Smile, be consistent and add some fun – teacher and blogger Michael Linsin explains his behaviour management basics As a new teacher facing their first classroom experience, you will have no doubt been bombarded with information.
Save the Date for the most definitive EdTech Conclave to be held on October 15 The coming together of education and technology has led... The post EdTech.Now: Riding the EdTech Wave Together appeared first on Official WizIQ Teach Blog.
En esta Infografía de Féliz Eroles, @felixeroles, en Personas que aprenden: Neuroeducación y redes sociales (absolutamente recomendado) puedes ver su análisis comparativo de ambas plataformas educativas.
Some colleagues and I are starting to wonder about what type of "digital knowledge" teachers might need. This is occurring in the context of a re-design of a Bachelor of Education. This particular post is a summary of reading and thinking about ideas outlined in Kirschner (2015) and related writings. Apparently Instructional Science 43(2) feature…
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