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aplicación del diseño instruccional - 6 views

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    promote effective classroom practices
Nigel Coutts

Curriculum - The messy field of education - 49 views

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    A discussion of curriculum review and nationalisation reveals a messy field with no clear way of meeting the needs of all involved. What lessons might we learn from high-performing international systems and what are the dangers of borrowing ideas?
Tim Jefferson

http://csjarchive.cogsci.rpi.edu/1988v12/i02/p0257p0285/MAIN.PDF - 25 views

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    Problem solving strategies and links with cognitive load. A worthy read.
Nigel Coutts

Reflection from International Conference on Thinking ICOT - 16 views

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    If we teach our children to think then they will do better on the test and they will do better in life. This was one of the clear messages delivered by the presenters at the International Conference on Thinking (ICOT) in Bilbao, Spain.
Yozo Horiuchi

The 2015 Honor Roll: EdTech's Must-Read K-12 IT Blogs - 72 views

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    The world of educational technology can be intimidating. Bloggers help make sense of this ever-changing industry with wit, insight and tactical advice. EdTech is proud to recognize this latest crop of the top K-12 IT bloggers. This year's 50 entries are a mix of veterans from years past, fresh picks by our editorial staff and nominations from readers.
Yozo Horiuchi

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Standardized Testing (HBO) - 44 views

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    This is probably not the forum for this video but I love that John Oliver took a stand and explained the ridiculous issues the United States education system faces with standardized tests.
Nigel Coutts

What are your students doing? - 54 views

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    Recently I read Amanda Ripley's thought provoking book 'The Smartest Kids in the World: And How They Got That Way' in which through a comparative study of foreign exchange students she reports from the inside on the modern powerhouses of education. Amanda set out to explain why some countries are able to outperform others on PISA scores.
Deborah Baillesderr

Weekly News Quiz | April 21-27, 2015 - NYTimes.com - 39 views

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    The Learning Network - Teaching & Learning With The New York Times
    This site not only provides news, but also includes lesson plans, fun challenges, quizzes and more.
Deborah Baillesderr

Youngzine | News and more for the Young - 40 views

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    Great news site for children.
Yozo Horiuchi

edshelf - 56 views

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    A discovery engine of websites, mobile apps, desktop programs, and electronic products for teaching and learning.
Nigel Coutts

The future of Schools - 65 views

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    Ask the average adult to describe a school and you are likely to get similar responses. There will be a focus on the places and spaces in which their education occurred, the teachers who taught, the rows of desks, the daily schedule of classes and breaks. But what is the future of schools?
Wayne Holly

How Do We Meet Today's Online Education Challenges? - OnlineColleges.net - 28 views

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    Identifying the best possible strategies for online education initiatives is a common goal for instructors, students, course designers, administrators, and technologists alike.
Ms. Rowley

8 Best Practices for Moving Courses Online -- Campus Technology - 2 views

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    I like how these suggestions are clearly laid out. Each seems common sense but crucial to being successful.
Paula Miller

cultureofwriting | All things writing from the Undergraduate Writing Center at TAMUK - 35 views

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    Texas A&M Kingsville Writing Center's blog
rooncl

Student News Daily - 36 views

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    Student news daily. Great for latest stories and comprehension quizzes.
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    I took a close look at this material -- it definitely tilts conservative. Take a look at the examples of media bias, for example.
Nigel Coutts

Schools, learning, innovation and student futures - 29 views

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    For all of us, learning was an innate part of life. It was something we just did, that was as natural to us as breathing. If not for this innate desire to learn and with it the ability to do so, we would never learn to walk, or speak or interact with others. But what happens to this innate drive to learn and how might we get ti back?
Nigel Coutts

The Future of Knowledge - 13 views

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    What services like Google Now and Evernote Context suggest for the future of knowledge?
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