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A Diagram Of 21st Century Pedagogy -

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A diagram of 21st century pedagogy for the purpose of 21st century learning.


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Hattie effect size list - 195 Influences Related To Achievement 

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John Hattie developed a way of ranking various influences in different meta-analyses related to learning and achievement according to their effect sizes. In his ground-breaking study “Visible Learning” he ranked 138 influences that are related to learning outcomes from very positive effects to very negative effects. Hattie found that the average effect size of all the interventions he studied was 0.40. Therefore he decided to judge the success of influences relative to this ‘hinge point’, in order to find an answer to the question “What works best in education?”

Hattie studied six areas that contribute to learning: the student, the home, the school, the curricula, the teacher, and teaching and learning approaches. But Hattie did not only provide a list of the relative effects of different influences on student achievement. He also tells the story underlying the data. He found that the key to making a difference was making teaching and learning visible. He further explained this story in his book “Visible learning for teachers“.

John Hattie updated his list of 138 effects to 150 effects in Visible Learning for Teachers (2011), and more recently to a list of 195 effects in The Applicability of Visible Learning to Higher Education (2015). His research is now based on nearly 1200 meta-analyses – up from the 800 when Visible Learning came out in 2009. According to Hattie the story underlying the data has hardly changed over time even though some effect sizes were updated and we have some new entries at the top, at the middle, and at the end of the list.

Below you can find an updated version of our first visualization of effect sizes related to student achievement. You can compare the entries from Visible Learning (red), Visible Learning for Teachers (green) and Hattie 2015 (blue). Hattie constantly updates this list with more meta studies. Here is a backup of our first visualisation of 138 effects.


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Koen Mattheeuws's curator insight, December 5, 3:35 AM
Het voordeel van deze lijst is dat ik voortaan niet meer hoef te stil te staan bij de (figuurlijke) vraag of de onderwijswereld nu rond is of plat. Die zekerheid spaart veel tijd uit. Die kunnen we gebruiken want er ligt nog veel werk op de plank. 
David Santibáñez Gómez's curator insight, December 5, 8:28 AM
Estimaciones de logro del profesor, eficacia colectiva entre docentes, notas autogeneradas, programas basados en Piaget y programas basados en cambio conceptual serían los 5 factores más determinantes en el aprendizaje, de acuerdo al último trabajo de "Tamaño del efecto" de Hattie. El conocimiento del contenido conceptual es uno de los factores con menor tamaño de efecto.
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How Teachers Leverage Mobile Technology -- THE Journal

How Teachers Leverage Mobile Technology -- THE Journal | 21st century learning | Scoop.it

Project Tomorrow has been collecting data on the use of technology in American schools on a massive scale for more than a decade. Since 2003, the organization’s Speak Up Research Project has involved more than 4.5 million participants — teachers, parents, students, administrators and technology professionals — from more than 35,000 schools representing all 50 states.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, October 19, 4:44 AM

US focused but still interesting data for educators in other countries.

Charmaine Thomae's curator insight, October 22, 12:08 PM
On of the biggest reasons why mobile learning has not taken off quiet like some people would like is because students don't have access to the devices. The main reason behind it is schools can not provide all students with these devices. The schools that can are using the "bring your own device" to school that way they are not having to provide every student with one. 
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Brain Hacking 304: Why Every Educator Needs To Know How The Brain Learns | #LEARNing2LEARN #Infographic

Brain Hacking 304: Why Every Educator Needs To Know How The Brain Learns | #LEARNing2LEARN #Infographic | 21st century learning | Scoop.it

Brain, Learning, and Teaching Infographic

I hope you find the Brain Hacking infographic above useful. You can access the other Brain-Based Learning infographics I created by scrolling down my ED!Blog. Please share it with other educators, parents, and learners. I will feature additional Brain-Based Learning Infographics in my future NEWSLETTERS, so please SIGN UP if you would like to receive more tips and strategies that work in helping students become better learners.

If you find the information in the infographic useful, consider buying "Crush School: Every Student's Guide To Killing It In The Classroom", which is a book I wrote to help students learn more efficiently and effectively using proven research based strategies.

And Remember: You Have the Power to Change the World. Use it often.

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Linez Technologies's comment, October 20, 12:40 AM
amazing information about human brain
Succeed Education's curator insight, October 20, 6:06 PM

Great article about how the brain learns.

Serge G Laurens's curator insight, October 28, 3:29 PM
Brain Hacking 304: Why Every Educator Needs To Know How The Brain Learns
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Creating Purpose-Driven Learning experiences

Creating Purpose-Driven Learning experiences | 21st century learning | Scoop.it

Creating Purpose-Driven Learning Experiences provides support for teachers interested in engaging students in meaningful work at schools, and provides ideas and resources for using technology to do just that.

Bill Ferriter’s book is easy to read with a combination of research and practical ideas for incorporating meaningful project-based learning work into 21st century classrooms.


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What is Phenomenon-Based Learning? | #Finland does it WHY NOT WE!? #Europe #LEARNing2LEARN #PracTICE

What is Phenomenon-Based Learning? | #Finland does it WHY NOT WE!? #Europe #LEARNing2LEARN #PracTICE | 21st century learning | Scoop.it

What is Phenomenon-Based Learning?

Finland will go through a new education reform that will take over in the academic year 2016-2017. Phenomenon-Based Learning will be complementing Finland’s traditional subjects. The Phenomenon or Topic Based Learning is being planned to be conducted over periods during the year and could be paced in projects – is the old new in Finland’s education. For more than three decades, Finnish schools have had a form of Phenomenon-Based Learning. What will change in 2016-2017 is that it will be obligatory in all basic schools for seven to 16-year-olds.

Phenomenon-Based Learning tackles real-world scenarios holistically from different subject areas’ perspectives. This method will entail a rich learning experience, which is relevant to learners’ lives. The interdisciplinary learning could be conducted in a simple way, by linking similar knowledge areas between different subjects and introducing them at the same slot of the academic year.

 

This develops awareness of how curricula intersect to form the broader frame of knowledge. A more sophisticated interdisciplinary approach, such as Phenomenon-Based Learning occurs when we go beyond simply linking different subjects to applying, organising centers and essential questions to plan topic teaching. One example could be the questions students have about a topic such as the importance of the European Union. To answer these questions knowledge and skills from economics, history, geography and languages are to be integrated.

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http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Finland

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Phenomenon+Based+Learning

 


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Marina Pérez Sabio's curator insight, October 13, 5:22 PM
#SCEUNED16 Phenomenon-based learning
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An upgraded approach to PBL? Worth reading
Corina Barbu's curator insight, November 26, 12:53 PM
#SCEUNED16 WHAT IS PHENOMENON
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The future of Education Credentials: 5 potential influencers

The future of Education Credentials: 5 potential influencers | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
What is the future of education credentials? Is the diploma worth the cost of college tuition? Why are certificates programs increasing in enrollment? Are nano-degrees the new associate’s degree or new pathway to career transitions? What, if any, role does the digital badge play as a form of recognizing learning? Are we experiencing “credential creep” and how might it be increasing or decreasing access and opportunity for people? Is the bachelor’s degree the new high school diploma? These are some of the many questions that people are posing, exploring and debating as we talk about modern education and credentials.

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Back-to-School Night: A New Approach

Back-to-School Night: A New Approach | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
Back-to-school night can be a time to shine light on the importance of social-emotional learning -- at both home and school.
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Part 3: Facilitating Inquiry in the Classroom… Questions, Metacognition, and 15 Pre-search Tools

Part 3: Facilitating Inquiry in the Classroom… Questions, Metacognition, and 15 Pre-search Tools | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
Welcome to this third post in a series that promotes student inquiry in the classroom. This post is dedicated to reflecting on that important topic of metacognition and reflection with questions before the search. You will discover multiple resources in this series along with some great ideas for finding student success in student owned inquiry.…
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Part 1: Facilitating Inquiry in the Classroom… Driving and Investigative Questions

Part 1: Facilitating Inquiry in the Classroom… Driving and Investigative Questions | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
Welcome to this first post in a series that promotes student inquiry in the classroom. This post is dedicated to writing that Driving or Investigative Question which is so important in STEM and PBL. You will discover multiple resources in this series along with some great ideas for finding student success in student owned inquiry.…
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Critical evaluation of information: GeSTE windows overview

Critical evaluation of information: GeSTE windows overview | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
This is the last in the series of posts presenting the GeSTE windows model for the critical evaluation of information (Generic, Situated, Transformative, Expressive). In the table below I provide an overview of the model. Please let me know how you're using the model in your own practice!  
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Critical evaluation of information – Situated window

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In this post I present the second in a series of posts explaining the GeSTE windows model for the critical evaluation of information (Lupton 2008, Lupton & Bruce 2010). The GeSTE windows is a way of seeing information literacy as Generic, Situated, Transformative and Expressive. The GeSTE windows form a hierarchy of increasing complexity with the Generic…
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Critical evaluation of information – Transformative window

Critical evaluation of information – Transformative window | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
In this post I present the third in a series of posts explaining the GeSTE windows model for the critical evaluation of information (Lupton 2008, Lupton & Bruce 2010). The GeSTE windows is a way of seeing information literacy as Generic, Situated, Transformative and Expressive. The GeSTE windows form a hierarchy of increasing complexity with the Generic…
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How Failure and Solving Real Problems Helps This School Thrive - Mind/Shift

How Failure and Solving Real Problems Helps This School Thrive - Mind/Shift | 21st century learning | Scoop.it

When Michael Stone was considering a job at the STEM School Chattanooga he was a little skeptical at first. He had been a successful traditional high school calculus teacher and he wasn’t totally sure he bought into the project-based learning model. Proponents always described it to him as though students should do all the work with no help from him — something he couldn’t imagine in calculus. But a tour of the school — led by a student — was all he needed to see what an education there was all about.


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Teachers and Copyright - Copyright Decision Tool - Council of Ministers of Education Canada

Teachers and Copyright - Copyright Decision Tool - Council of Ministers of Education Canada | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
" The Copyright Decision Tool helps teachers decide whether they can use print materials, artistic works or audiovisual materials without getting copyright permission. 

 Teachers! Thinking of using a copyright-protected work? Find out if you have permission."

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Judih Weinstein Haggai's curator insight, November 20, 6:42 AM
A very useful tool. In general, classroom use seems to be okay as is LMS
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Students want more digital learning outside of the classroom

Students want more digital learning outside of the classroom | 21st century learning | Scoop.it

The need for digital learning content in classrooms is nothing new, but teachers, parents, and students are becoming more vocal in their desire to provide or have access to such materials outside of the school day or school year. Deloitte‘s inaugural 2016 Digital Education Survey surveyed teachers, students and parents to uncover how technology is changing the concept of the classroom.

 


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Why Does Writing Make Us Smarter?

Why Does Writing Make Us Smarter? | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
Through our technology dependence, from smartphones to laptops, we seem to have a keyboard attached to our fingertips at all times. Have you thought about the last time you wrote something by hand? Research shows that our brains benefit from handwriting in multiple ways.

Melissa Thompson talked with Dr. Marc Seifer, a graphologist, expert in handwriting, and the author of The Definitive Book of Handwriting Analysis (published in 2008). According to Seifer, the following are the main ways in which handwriting helps our brains.

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Victor Ventura's curator insight, October 20, 8:44 AM
From a personal standpoint, I appreciate numbers 3,5, and 6. Think about the connection to children with ADD.
Sheryl Nienhaus's curator insight, October 21, 7:24 PM

The author of this article argues the point of stepping away from our devices and using the brain and hand to write! She outlines many reasons why the physical act of writing is good for our brains and demeanor. Good read for teachers and parents. 

Walter Gassenferth's curator insight, October 23, 4:35 PM

Post very interesting, revealing some aspects that I did not know about writing. For those who speak Portuguese or Spanish, more about education improvement in business can be read in http://www.quanticaconsultoria.com

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Arts Integration: Resource Roundup

Arts Integration: Resource Roundup | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
All points of arts integration -- from benefits and implementation to linking the arts with core curriculum -- are covered in this roundup of useful Edutopia blog posts, articles, and videos.

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20 Free Educational Tools: Videos, Guides, and Printables!

20 Free Educational Tools: Videos, Guides, and Printables! | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
Enjoy this list of 20 free educational tools for teachers. Educators everywhere can find free teaching resources for all subjects and grade levels!

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Lihi Telem's curator insight, June 2, 1:57 AM
מבחר כלים דיגיטליים חינמיים להוראה בכל הגילאים ובתחומי דעת שונים
Jamie Edwards (IDS)'s curator insight, June 3, 8:34 AM
The iRubrics by rcampus.com was particularly interesting. I will pass it on to instructors for rubric ideas.
Rosemary Tyrrell, Ed.D.'s curator insight, June 10, 3:40 PM
Some helpful tools here. 
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New Teachers: Working With Parents

New Teachers: Working With Parents | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
Engaging and building trust with parents and creating supportive home-to-school connections is critical to new-teacher success; find resources to get started here.
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Part 4: Facilitating Inquiry in the Classroom… Questions and Search Engines

Part 4: Facilitating Inquiry in the Classroom… Questions and Search Engines | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
Welcome to this fourth post in a series that promotes student inquiry in the classroom. In this post, I wish to emphasize the idea of knowing what search engines to use for student questions.  You will discover multiple resources in this series along with some great ideas for finding student success in student owned inquiry.…
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Part 2: Facilitating Inquiry in the Classroom… Student Owned Questions… 10 Resources

Part 2: Facilitating Inquiry in the Classroom… Student Owned Questions… 10 Resources | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
Welcome to this second post in a series that promotes student inquiry in the classroom. This post is dedicated to promoting student owned inquiry in the classroom. You will discover multiple resources in this series along with some great ideas for finding student success in student owned inquiry.  Before reading, please take a moment to subscribe by email or…
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Grammar Game | Knowledge Quest Englsh

Grammar Game | Knowledge Quest Englsh | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
Knowledge Quest is a Grammar Game that promises delivers results. Start your FREE trial and let Jacaranda show you why KQ is the best grammar game for kids.
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Critical evaluation of information – Expressive window

Critical evaluation of information – Expressive window | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
In this post I present the fourth in a series of posts explaining the GeSTE windows model for the critical evaluation of information (Lupton 2008, Lupton & Bruce 2010). The GeSTE windows is a way of seeing information literacy as Generic, Situated, Transformative and Expressive. The GeSTE windows form a hierarchy of increasing complexity with the Generic…
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Critical evaluation of information – Expressive window

Critical evaluation of information – Expressive window | 21st century learning | Scoop.it
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