Skip to main content

Home/ teacher-librarians/ Group items tagged teaching students

Rss Feed Group items tagged

Jamin Henley

Teaching Students to Fail Their Way to Success » Online Universities - 11 views

    "Failure has been a trending topic on Education Unbound recently, particularly in regards to the disconnect between educational objectives and game-based learning (GBL). The basic problem is that games depend on players failing multiple times as the primary means of learning how to overcome obstacles. Education, in contrast, is predicated on the notion that failure is bad - for the student, the teacher, and the system as a whole."
Anthony Beal

STUDYBLUE | Make online flashcards & notes. Study anywhere, anytime. - 28 views

    Students quoted as using this to create flashcards to review on phone in University of Washington report:
Fran Bullington

The KYVL for Kids Research Portal - How to do research Home Base - 52 views

    Interactive How to Do Research
Donna Baumbach

Students, Ownership, & Creativity: 35 Resources | Teacher Reboot Camp - 19 views

    These tools motivate students to learn, share, and develop presentation and collaboration skills needed in their future careers. Teaching them how to do this now means we are preparing them for their future effectively! Rarely will a student have to fill out a bubble test for their careers, but trust me many will have to prepare presentations, brainstorm ideas, be creative, and collaborate on teams through ICTs.
1 - 5 of 5
Showing 20 items per page