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Jonathan Becker

Early Learners, Ed Tech, and Active Learning - Medium - 1 views

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    "the "active" in "active use of technology" we are referring to is what is happening in the mind of the child. Active use for young children occurs when they use technologies in generative ways, that is, when they are generating insights, associations between new and existing knowledge, or creating their own content. This encourages more active cognitive processing that leads to deeper, longer lasting learning."
Tom Woodward

Designing Journalism for Discovery and Engagement - The Local News Lab - Medium - 1 views

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    "Later in his commentary Ragusea touches on transparency: "just trust me I know what I'm talking about doesn't work anymore, even if you are trustworthy and you do know what you're talking about," he says. "It's like math problems in school: it is not enough to get the right answer you have to show your work." Since at least 2011 in journalism developer circles show your work has been a mantra, and it is slowly spreading to other parts of the newsroom.
    Ragusea argues that Thompson's idea of discovery is important not because "people enjoy watching their hero sleuth chase down a mystery" but because nobody will believe you anymore when you "report a bunch of facts, even if you explain where you got them from. You have to show how you got them."
    Show, don't tell. It's writing 101 and it is the basic idea of active versus passive transparency.
    I like putting the emphasis on active transparency, in part, because it reinforces the idea of journalism as a process not a product."
Jonathan Becker

Active learning increases student performance in science, engineering, and mathematics - 1 views

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    "The studies analyzed here document that active learning leads to increases in examination performance that would raise average grades by a half a letter, and that failure rates under traditional lecturing increase by 55% over the rates observed under active learning. The analysis supports theory claiming that calls to increase the number of students receiving STEM degrees could be answered, at least in part, by abandoning traditional lecturing in favor of active learning."
Enoch Hale

Active Learning with Technology (ALT) Classroom on Vimeo - 1 views

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