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Mark McDonough

Testmoz - The Test Generator - 27 views

    free, online test generator. auto-corrects tests.
Dan Sherman

Online Summer Math Programs - proven to reverse summer learning loss - 2 views

Research shows that most students lose more than 2 months of math skills over the summer. TenMarks summer math programs for grades 3-high school are a great way to reverse the summer learning loss...

TenMarks Summer Math Programs Learning Loss Online Web 2.0 Interactive Slide Worksheet Structured Review Master Learn

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Choong Charles

Constructivism as a Paradigm for Teaching and Learning - 0 views

    • Choong Charles
      Theory/ Principle
  • it usually means encouraging students to use active techniques (experiments, real-world problem solving) to create more knowledge and then to reflect on and talk about what they are doing and how their understanding is changing.
  • Constructivist teachers encourage students to constantly assess how the activity is helping them gain understanding. By questioning themselves and their strategies, students in the constructivist classroom ideally become "expert learners." This gives them ever-broadening tools to keep learning. With a well-planned classroom environment, the students learn HOW TO LEARN.
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    • Choong Charles
      Example of how constructivism takes place in classroom
  • One of the teacher's main roles becomes to encourage this learning and reflection process.
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      Role #1
  • For example: Groups of students in a science class are discussing a problem in physics. Though the teacher knows the "answer" to the problem, she focuses on helping students restate their questions in useful ways. She prompts each student to reflect on and examine his or her current knowledge. When one of the students comes up with the relevant concept, the teacher seizes upon it, and indicates to the group that this might be a fruitful avenue for them to explore. They design and perform relevant experiments. Afterward, the students and teacher talk about what they have learned, and how their observations and experiments helped (or did not help) them to better understand the concept.
    • Choong Charles
  • teachers help students to construct knowledge rather than to reproduce a series of facts.
  • The constructivist teacher provides tools such as problem-solving and inquiry-based learning activities with which students formulate and test their ideas, draw conclusions and inferences, and pool and convey their knowledge in a collaborative learning environment.
Anne Marie Littrell

101_Tips.pdf - 0 views

    Great resource/list of icebreakers, paired activities, group work ideas, and much more.
Nigel Coutts

Lessons from a Hole in the Bucket - 0 views

    In the song 'There's a Hole in the Bucket' we are introduced to Liza and Henry as the overcome the difficulties caused by a bucket with a a hole in it. Liza sets Henry the task of collecting water but as we soon find out this is no simple task.
Allison Burrell

Kahoot! | Game-based blended learning & classroom response system - 68 views

    I've been hearing a lot about Kahoot. Might need to check that out for my staff.
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    Thanks Kelly. We just implemented our first Kahoot! for physicians on our e-learning website
    Nice to read this about kahoot. please don't miss about mothers day of this new year .
    Thanks Kelly. We just implemented our first Kahoot! for photoshops learning website
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