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Mathieu Plourde

3 'Knowns' in Learning Science-and How to Apply Them in Practice | EdSurge News - 1 views

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    "The key to unlocking a brighter future for students lies within the understanding and application of learning science. As a data scientist and edtech developer, I believe our job is not about inventing the next shiny digital device; it's about improving education outcomes for students, and doing so demonstrably and empirically with research. And the starting point for that is looking at what we already know from the science of learning."
Mathieu Plourde

Efficacy, the Golden Ratio, and the OER Impact Factor - 1 views

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    " when access conditions in the research lab do not mirror access conditions in the real world, efficacy studies tell us nothing about the actual efficacy of a product. We have to add a consideration of students' ability to actually access and use (and as I have argued elsewhere, own a copy of) the product to discussions about efficiacy."
Mathieu Plourde

Blooms Digital Web Tools - 1 views

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    "The Tools - Is it engaging? Authentic? Relevant? Did it facilitate critical reflective behavior?"
Mathieu Plourde

Graphic Display of Student Learning Objectives - 3 views

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    A graphical display of this information might be helpful. Below is a graphic that depicts the student learning outcomes for a course I taught last year, a course for preservice teachers and the teaching of writing in K-12 schools.
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    This is right on target for what I am trying to pull together for my major project for my program. Mat, when you designed your Fall 13 course - did Canvas have advantages over SAKAI when it came to the mechanics of assessing your students' work?
Mathieu Plourde

The 60-Second guide to Blooms Taxonomy - 3 views

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    Kevin Wilcoxon, Instructional Designer at University of Nevada Las Vegas, created the following infographic to simply describe the Blooms Taxonomy. In my opinion, this infographic is a 60-Second guide to Blooms Taxonomy with no necessary words or graphs, straight forward and up to the point.
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