Build engaged audiences through publishing by curation.
Sign up with Facebook
Sign up with Twitter
I don't have a Facebook or a Twitter account
Start a free trial of Scoop.it Business
RT @vickyloras: RT @chucksandy: Collaboration in Action on @Barbsaka's Teaching Village Blog http://t.co/sScdppdX #collaboration #iTDi #esol #esl #efl...
Are you sure you want to delete this scoop?
Stormboard, a free, online whiteboard and sticky note brainstorming and collaboration application, is proud to announce the launch of Stormboard 2.0.
Digital Tools for Project Based Learning http://t.co/Eg7CZCkHqh
A different side of EFL: Motivating and involving teachers in applying Project Based Learning on eflclassroom curated by Juergen Wagner (A different side of EFL: Motivating and involving teachers in applying Project Based Lea...
Edynco is a wonderful new site for creating Learning Maps. This site reminds me of Prezi in that it allows educators to create a multimedia presentation that is "zoomable". These Learning Maps can contains all types of media (i.e.
Project based learning where #students "tune" the project. Brilliant idea via @coolcatteacher http://t.co/b7RgL4yBFi
It almost seems too good to be true... Students asking for more work? Using emoticons to describe an assignment? Taking pride in their work? But it’s not a just a dream, it’s reality.
Two years ago when my wife and I moved to Madison, Wisconsin, I was lucky enough to get a job at a new project- and environment-based charter school, Badger Rock Middle. After a tough first year of l
Formative assessment, just to get you all up to speed, covers the range of informal diagnostic tests and techniques, such as learner portfolios, us teachers can use to assist the process of learning by our learners.
Reflections of a Class Flipper: Piloting Student-Led Project Based Learning on M-learning in 9-12 education curated by Edith Irizarry (Reflections of a Class Flipper: Piloting Student-Led Project Based Learning | @scoopit
In ELT, research indicates that the portfolio process is beneficial when compared to traditional assessment, because its emphasis is on learners’ strengths as opposed to their weaknesses.
I wanted to share what I think is a really interesting teaching approach that Elliott's teachers are taking with homework. The sad reality is that many parents at our school aren't super involved with their kids education.
More than 20 years of teaching and leading schools that rely on project-based learning (PBL), I have heard many untruths stated as "PBL gospel." These fallacies survive as myths that get in the way (Debunking the myths of project based learning - ...
Buncee is a innovative new (beta) site for creating interactive presentations/lessons. This is a fantastically simple site to use to create not only beautiful looking slideshows but e-cards, posters, and more.
Create a striking slide presentation. Tips on using InDesign
Even though Adobe is not a free software, their product InDesign lets you stand out by creating stunning presentations. Watch the tutorial that will give you an insight into the creative process.
InDesign is aimed at academics but in my opinion it can successfully be used in general education as well.
The handy infographic below takes a look at different methods of online research, and gives a flowchart flush with a number of different web search options for you to try out.
A tour of a project at Wildlands Science Research Charter School. (RT @pblhq: Excellent video from an awesome school outlining authentic, rigorous project-based learning.
When I hear people mention project based learning I think of releasing control.
Been is a new site for social bookmarking that has to be seen to be believed. This is a beautiful looking site that installs a plugin that allows people to bookmark sites in a visual way.
Last Spring I was hearing a lot of hullabaloo about Project Based Learning. Most of what I ...
Students expect it at this point. Let's take a look at how to create some online collaborative spaces for students ready to learn. The post A Look At Creating Online Collaborative Spaces For Students appeared first on Edudemic.
"I thought the project was going well . . . but by the end, I felt that the work my students produced was not as good as I imagined it would be. I was a little embarrassed and almost wanted to dial b
We are pleased to be sharing about our project based learning at the Brandon Teachers' Association LIFT conference in Brandon, Manitoba. Please visit this link to access our presentation slides.
Note: above trailer has one example of mild language (that’s in the original film). Preview and decide before sharing publicly. Are you planning a book trailer for your students? A “writer’s antithesis” assignment where you...
looks like a really cool way to engage lower level/teens