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Glenn Hervieux

My Study Life - 14 views

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    "Organise your classes, tasks and exams & never forget a lecture or assignment again"
Matt Renwick

Why Your Students Forgot Everything On Your PowerPoint Slides | EdSurge News - 31 views

  • We’ve all got a limited amount of working memory, so when we have to handle information in more than one way, our load gets heavier, and progressively more challenging to manage.
  • when you lighten the load, it’s easier for students’ brains to take information in and transform it into memory.
  • The duplicated pieces of information--spoken and written--don’t positively reinforce one another; instead, the two effectively flood students’ abilities to handle the information.
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  • mixing visual cues with auditory explanations (in math and science classrooms, in particular) are essential and effective
  • delivering content in a conversational tone will increase learning
Matt Renwick

New 'Toys' for Your Students' Publishing Toolbox - 62 views

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    Tackk,PowToon for Education and Smore
Filip Goc

Students don't know what's best for their own learning - 63 views

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    short article on students who receive better grades submit more favorable evaluations
Paul Klym

How Black Students Tend to Learn Science - The Atlantic - 47 views

  • limits students’ sense of isolation and fosters communal feeling among classmates
  • active learning limits students’ sense of isolation and fosters communal feeling among classmates.
  • active learning limits students’ sense of isolation and fosters communal feeling among classmates
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  • So why are students relegated to lectures when it’s proven that active learning can significantly enhance the educational experience?
    • Matt Renwick
       
      Simple. They don't have instructional beliefs that they all agree upon. These teachers work as independent contractors, and take any criticism of their practice personally. But they forget that it is not about them. It's about the students.
    • Paul Klym
       
      I think that you have forgot to include a lack of professional development (training) to demonstrate successful educational strategies.  Telling someone (a teacher) they must change is just like a lecture.  Showing them how they can change their practice to make a difference is needed as well.
Matt Renwick

How and How Not to Prepare Students for the New Tests - Shanahan - 2014 - The Reading T... - 49 views

  • read extensively within instruction
  • read increasing amounts of text without guidance or support.
  • rich in content and sufficiently challenging
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  • explain their answers and provide text evidence
  • writing about text, not just in replying to multiple-choice questions.
Matt Renwick

Report: Students read way below level that prepares them for college, careers - CSMonit... - 29 views

  • cornerstone of reading comprehension is vocabulary
  • words that need to be learned are encountered in literature
  • Students' reading amount peaks in sixth grade
Matt Renwick

What Happens When Students Control Their Own Education? - The Atlantic - 64 views

  • some staff members rejected
  • eliminated the principal position and instead installed two deans at the helm
  • strong leaders, supported teachers, and an engaged community
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  • no longer in the bottom 5 percent
  • incredibly freeing
  • I’m a better teacher
Mary Glackin

Report: Teachers Better at Using Tech than Digital Native Students -- THE Journal - 59 views

  • Today's school-age learners are no more technology savvy than their teachers.
  • teachers' technology use experiences surpassed students whether it [was] inside or outside of school
  • eacher age had no impact on the kinds of technology skills they have. The gap between them and their students lies with how little opportunity students get to practice technology beyond pursuing their personal interests
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    learners are less tech savvy than their teachers
Matt Renwick

Charter School Study Finds High Teacher Pay Helps Students - WSJ - WSJ - 20 views

  • After four years at the charter school, eighth-graders showed average test score gains in math equal to an additional year and a half of school, compared with district students.
  • an extra half-year in science and almost an extra half-year in English
  • the charter has a lean administrative staff and slightly larger classes—31 students compared with an average of about 26 or 27 in district schools—so it can pour resources into teacher pay and training.
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  • Days are long, with teachers at work from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and students attending from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Teachers are observed by colleagues and get feedback weekly, and they have four weeks of full-day professional development each year.
  • Many teachers don’t last. Of 43 hired during the four years studied, 47% didn’t return for a second year, in most cases because they weren’t asked back.
    • Matt Renwick
       
      I wonder why - performance, or too much stress due to longer hours and out of work expectations? Regardless, this high turnover rate has got to impact the kids in the end.
  • Critics of charter schools say, among other complaints, that they drain money from regular public schools, skim talented students and nudge out disruptive ones.
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