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How to create a community of learners. Reflective prompts for students, teacher and principals. Modeled on Bloom's approach to thinking.
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@jlh842000 Starting our ePortoflios http://t.co/1Dk1sixaOn RT @lmorowski @posickj tell me more. Wanting to do this 4 my spec needs kids!...
Poster presented at AMEE 2013 looking at whether engagement with an ePortfolio (the NHS Education for Scotland or NES ePortfolio that most Foundation Year docto
We invite you to submit your ePortfolio to the CUNY School of Professional Studies ePortfolio Student Showcase for an opportunity to be selected as one of the “Featured Student ePortfolios” on the ePortfolio Showcase ...
How to develop meaningful, relevant, authentic learning through PBL ... http://t.co/VM457rVu via @markliddell
Do you know the actual theories of learning? A learning theory is an attempt to describe how people learn, helping us understand this inherently complex process.
Great background information to build our understanding. I really like seeing them all presented this way for easy comparison.
(Edudemic - 24 Déc 2012)
A very visual illustration of learning theory.
My Masters degree focus was on MCLS.
AU Press publishes scholarly monographs, journals and websites. Electronic publications of AU Press are freely available online via open access.
In the ninth installment of their monthly column, blended learning experts Michael B. Horn and Heather Staker predict how blended learning programs will evolve in 2013.
A helpful K-12 focus with relevance to all educators at every level. It will be interesting to see which of these predictions hold for 2013. Any guesses?
Presentation given at SXSWedu on March 6, 2012.
<- very nice work on curation process for teachers (JS)
A website to support Reflection in Education K-16...
Case studies addressing eportfolio use.
This page gives more information about the Best Practice Models project run in the Learning Development and Innovation team at Staffordshire University and details of how you can get involved.
Une autre vision de la dynamique de la démarche !
Which energy form was the easiest to find on your scavenger hunt? Which energy form was the hardest to find on your scavenger hunt? Describe how your group worked together. What collaboration... (A4 - Each ePortfolio entry we do has ?
Great article promoting ePortfolios and Student Led Conferences http://t.co/ZU7arCq6Ml
"The human brain wasn’t designed for industrial education.
It was shaped over millions of years of sequential adaptation in response to ever-changing environmental demands. Over time, brains grew in size and complexity; old structures were conserved and new structures emerged. As we evolved into social beings, our brains became incredibly sensitive to our social worlds."
How much do you know about your brain? This post will help you learn more about it and how understanding the brain will help you with your students. There is a short introduction and the a list of the main ideas is below. Additional information is available in the post as well as a visual image that links to the nine ideas. Links to additional materials are also available.
* The brain is a social organism.
* We have two brains.
* Early learning is powerful.
* Conscious awareness and unconscious processing occur at different speeds, often simultaneously.
* The mind, brain, and body are interwoven.
* The brain has a short attention span and needs repetition and multiple-channel processing for deeper learning to occur.
* Fear and stress impair learning.
* We analyze others but not ourselves: the primacy of projection.
* Learning is enhanced by emphasizing the big picture—and then allowing students to discover the details for themselves.
November 30, 2012 by Angela Maiers
Love this great post from the folks at Always Prepared entitled: ‘The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teachers Who Use Technology‘ and the infographic it inspired from Mark Bates. Both highlight “The Habitudes” of educators who are effectively using technology to enhance and impact teaching and learning. Hat tip to Shawn McCusker for this awesome Twitter find!
A MUST read:
Applicable to all learners, whether students or teachers or carrerists.
A very useful Top 7 for E-champions and E-mentors...
we don't want to be left behind
Despite almost universal agreement that critical thinking needs to be taught in college, now perhaps more than ever before, there is much less agreement on definitions and dimensions.
Collection of resources realted to iPads in K12 education curated by Kathy Schrock. There are lots of lists of suggested apps generated by multiple schools. if you have some time to spend just browsing, this seems a good place to start.
Well-known K-12 tech expert, Kathy Schrock, presents a helpful list, mostly aimed at K-12 folks, but the list offers a model for thinking about iPad use in the classroom.
Thorough research, practical guides and pedegogy to iPads.
I was thinking a few of these would be good to use. I think playing around would be best!
This booklet goes through the basics of what The New Bloom's Taxonomy is, key terms and words which can help with questioning, quick tips and a quiz for understanding (RT @tesPrimary: New Bloom's Taxonomy - A useful guide
Helpful info on driving questions! Could provide some ideas for creating reflection prompts.
If you cultivate your social media relationships with care, you can develop a personal learning network that will put you in contact with a steady stream of valuable ideas.
"I have grounded my concept of a writing across the curriculum program (WAC) in connectivist theory: that knowledge and communication are network phenomena, a function of mapping and traversing complex, multi-scale networks. "