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Juan Carlos de Lassaletta

online learning insights | A Blog about Open and Online Education - 20 views

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    This article examines the potential of synchronous communication in online education by analyzing the newest tools and platforms that facilitate real-time group communication, and the pedagogy associated with implementing synchronous communication tools into asynchronous learning environments.
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    The next big-think in online education: learning in real time
Juan Carlos de Lassaletta

PowerPoint in higher education is ruining teaching. - 56 views

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    HOW POWERPOINT IS RUINING HIGHER ED, EXPLAINED IN ONE POWERPOINT
    Slate
Paul Beaufait

Rubrics for Teachers - Assessment - 65 views

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    A mother lode of rubrics for all sorts of products, projects, and processes
Matt Esterman

Mobile learning | St Scholastica's College Library - 18 views

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Matt Esterman

2 years down the BYOD Track | Christinekw's Blog - 28 views

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Matt Esterman

Teaching with Aurasma - YouTube - 58 views

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Dwayne Abrahams

6 Free Online Resources for Primary Source Documents | Edutopia - 44 views

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    "The Common Core Learning Standards describe the importance of teaching students how to comprehend informational text. They are asked to read closely, make inferences, cite evidence, analyze arguments and interpret words and phrases as they are used in a text. Primary source documents are artifacts created by individuals during a particular period in history. This could be a letter, speech, photograph or journal entry."
Steve Ransom

Teaching for Understanding (Harvard GSE) on Vimeo - 45 views

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    Great video to watch and think about what learning should look like
Nigel Coutts

What questions shall we ask? - 44 views

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    How can teachers encourage students to ask questions that will result in new thinking?
Paul Beaufait

Learning objectives, targets and goals - 13 views

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    "While the authors of The SIOP Model advocate for writing separate content and language objectives, others are advocating for the incorporation of language skills into content objectives. In either case, making language learning explicit benefits students as it clarifies what they should know and learn in a given lesson" (¶9).

    Some teachers also incorporate a third type of objective: behavioral. Behavioral objectives make explicit to students the actions and behaviors associated with classroom activities. Examples of behavioral objectives may include engaging in conversations, working in cooperative groups or delivering speeches" (¶10).
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    Behavior Learning Objectives: these are now "Ownership" in the Relevance and Rigor, paradigm. Would you agree?
Kerry J

The neuroscience of online learning Registration, Adelaide - Eventbrite - 22 views

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    Neuroscience has shown that our brains are plastic and that education, gaming and the use of technology can change our brains' connectivity, function and structure. (1, 2)
    But learning is more than just biology - it is affected by our learning environment and the people with whom and from whom we learn. So how do you take what neuroscience reveals about the plastic, learning brain and combine it with educational research, expertise and common sense?
    Klevar, in association with Flinders University, are offering you the chance to explore this with Dr Paul Howard-Jones of the University of Bristol, researcher and author of "Introducing Neuroeducational Research: Neuroscience, Education and the Brain from Contexts to Practice".
Derek Baird

Instagram in the Classroom - 32 views

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    Tips for educators on how to use Instagram in the classroom
Nigel Coutts

Preaching to the School Choir: Why do we need Sir Ken Robinson? - 25 views

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    I like Sir Ken Robinson, his TED Talks combine humour, insightful commentary and a perspective on education that I agree with. But after watching his latest speech (see video) I was left wondering, who is he preaching to and why is there a need for it?
Dwayne Abrahams

Google Changes Its Tune on Interviews - Vault: Blog - 12 views

  • Thus, the old pre-reqs are out: GPAs, transcripts, SATS.  In fact, Google is beginning to disregard academic educations altogether: they're just not a good predictor of success at the company. Says Bock, "After two or three years, your ability to perform at Google is completely unrelated to how you performed when you were in school, because the skills you required in college are very different. You’re also fundamentally a different person. You learn and grow, you think about things differently."

    According to the Times, Google is putting its money where its mouth is: they've actually increased their hires with no college education—14% of some of its teams have never been to school, according to Bock.

    Instead, the emphasis is on hiring candidates who are leaders, and work well in teams. The only way to discover this, says Bock, is through "structured" behavior interviews that assess how a person makes decisions. The winning interviewees will be able to demonstrate that they are "consistent and fair in how [they] think about making decisions and that there’s an element of predictability." This is key to building trust among team members once hired, he explains. "If a leader is consistent, people on their teams experience tremendous freedom, because then they know that within certain parameters, they can do whatever they want. If your manager is all over the place, you’re never going to know what you can do, and you’re going to experience it as very restrictive."

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    Google is beginning to disregard academic educations altogether: they're just not a good predictor of success at the company. 
    According to the Times, Google is putting its money where its mouth is: they've actually increased their hires with no college education-14% of some of its teams have never been to school, according to Bock.
    Instead, the emphasis is on hiring candidates who are leaders, and work well in teams.
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