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How one school turned homework on its head with 'flipped' instruction

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Clintondale High School is the nation's first completely flipped school, meaning teachers record lectures for students to watch online outside of class, and what was once considered homework is now done during classtime, allowing students to work...
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A Teacher Tells Why She's Quitting - Valley News

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A Teacher Tells Why She's Quitting Valley News Here's one answer to that question from an e-mail by a veteran seventh-grade language arts teacher in Frederick, Md., who says she is quitting because of what she considers students who don't work,...
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The 7 Key Elements to Creating Successful Infographics - Jeffbullas's Blog

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Infographics creation and sharing has exploded. Short attention spans require optimal visual communication. Here are the 7 keys to successful infographics

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School Improvement Network Launches Student-Centered Learning Blog - DigitalJournal.com

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School Improvement Network Launches Student-Centered Learning Blog DigitalJournal.com School Improvement Network, the leader in educator effectiveness resources, today released the Student-Centered Learning Blog, a resource connecting educators to...
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Embedded Formative Assessment - Assessment Strategies

Author Dylan Wiliam provides perspective on his book Embedded Formative Assessment

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Teaching Your Students How to Have a Conversation

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While it is impossible to know all of the reasons, there is no doubt that learning to listen and talk is an extremely important way to broaden knowledge, enhance understanding and build community. Perhaps this is why the core standards in English-language arts include an important emphasis on developing speaking and listening, the basic tools for conversation. This eight tips can be used regularly to help students learn good conversational skills.


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Audrey's curator insight, November 18, 2013 4:32 PM

The tips are: Imitate good conversations; encourage non-verbal behaviour as it shows interest; challenge hurtful comments; ask open-ended questions; Do not accept , 'I dont'know'. Ask, 'What do you think?; Ask students informal questions, e.g. about their other classes; make eye contact.  This shows you are listening; encourage turn-taking.

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A Simple Guide To 4 Complex Learning Theories - Edudemic

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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. (A great infographic on learning theories, including the role of connectivism!

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Ling Tzi Yeoh's curator insight, November 18, 2013 8:02 AM

A useful platform for teachers to share.

Pamela D Lloyd's curator insight, November 18, 2013 6:03 PM

Understanding how learning works helps both teachers and students.

Javier Duque's curator insight, November 19, 2013 1:21 AM

Una interesante infografía sobre´teorías de aprendizaje y sus caracterísiticas. La conclusión de la misma es que el "conectivismo" es la teoría general de aprendizaje que recoge en la era digital las aportaciones de las anteriores teorías.

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The Disciplinary Economy of Open Peer Review

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There seems to be widespread skepticism that peer review without anonymity can be both rigorous and fair.


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The Difference Between Doing Projects Versus Learning Through Projects

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"We’ve clarified the difference between projects and project-based learning before. Projects are about the product, while project-based learning is about the process."


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Ricard Garcia's curator insight, November 5, 2013 6:57 AM

Easy approach, reeeeeally useful!!

Richard Whiteside's curator insight, November 11, 2013 8:31 AM

Not research per se, but it's an interesting prompt towards thinking carefully about uilding projects for education. There are may things to think about to make a project a really good, worthwhile learning experience. 

Miles McGeehan's curator insight, November 11, 2013 10:28 AM

I completely concur.  Excellent graphic.

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Formative Assessment That Truly Informs Instruction

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Formative Assessment That Truly Informs Instruction, NCTE October 2013 (Formative Assessment That Truly Informs Instruction http://t.co/VsdivrEmBI via @ncte #engchat #ELAchat #edchat #pedagogy)...

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How Our Minds Mislead Us: The Marvels and Flaws of Our Intuition

How Our Minds Mislead Us: The Marvels and Flaws of Our Intuition | ELA Pedagogy in Motion:Common Core:Education:Leadership | Scoop.it

"Every year, intellectual impresario and Edge editor John Brockman summons some of our era’s greatest thinkers and unleashes them on one provocative question, whether it’s the single most elegant theory of how the world works orthe best way to enhance our cognitive toolkit. This year, he sets out on the most ambitious quest yet, a meta-exploration of thought itself:Thinking: The New Science of Decision-Making, Problem-Solving, and Prediction (public library) collects short essays and lecture adaptations from such celebrated and wide-ranging (though not in gender) minds as Daniel Dennett, Jonathan Haidt, Dan Gilbert, and Timothy Wilson, covering subjects as diverse as morality, essentialism, and the adolescent brain.

One of the most provocative contributions comes from Nobel-winning psychologist Daniel Kahneman — author of the indispensable Thinking, Fast and Slow, one of the best psychology books of 2012 — who examines “the marvels and the flaws of intuitive thinking.”


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Matrix » WIDE @ Matrix

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Writing in Digital Environments (WIDE) Research  is a research area operating within the context of MATRIX. WIDE’s maintains its historical focus on creating new knowledge about digital communication, and we remain committed to results that have impact via academic literatures and via more public outcomes, such as events, performances, and software.

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Study: Schools’ data-driven programs must be used to support students and teachers, not punish | Michigan Education Association

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Teacher Motivation Part I

Dave Bosso, 2012 Connecticut Teacher of the Year, discusses Teacher motivation. Teachers Leading is an initiative sponsored by the National Network of Stat
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Principal Reflections | How Can I Support the Shift?

Principal Reflections | How Can I Support the Shift? | ELA Pedagogy in Motion:Common Core:Education:Leadership | Scoop.it
We need to be experts at pedagogy. We are also asking teachers to make the shift while opening their classroom doors and student rosters so that their colleagues can share the load. This is a cultural adjustment that can be ...
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365 Things

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A fascinating site with thought provoking questions specifically for teachers and students.

http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Cross+Curricular


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Welcome to the Research Skill Development (RSD) homepage | Research Skill Development for curriculum design and assessment

Welcome to the Research Skill Development (RSD) homepage | Research Skill Development for curriculum design and assessment | ELA Pedagogy in Motion:Common Core:Education:Leadership | Scoop.it
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How Does 'Lord of the Flies' Fit Into Common Core? - MindShift (blog)

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Resources for Understanding the Common Core State Standards

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Feeling overwhelmed by the sheer volume of dense information out there about the Common Core State Standards (CCSS)? You're not alone. Here's Edutopia's guide to resources that will help you make sense of it all.

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Mary Reilley Clark's curator insight, November 15, 2013 4:27 PM

Perhaps an overwhelming list to share--it might be best to share links to some of the resources listed!

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Taking a stance: why learning is always contextual

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Wherever we stand, we take a stance: as an instructional designer or an individual learner. Our stance is the ground we stand upon and the direction that we face. It's influenced by our experiences...

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Educator Elena Aguilar on How to Teach Interdisciplinary Projects

A K-12 instructional coach guides teachers through the challenges of presenting a fully integrated curriculum for learning, based on her experiences teaching...
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Report: Many Kids Lack Cognitive Skills Needed to Succeed

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Latest Kids Count study says almost two-thirds of America's children lack cognitive skills needed to be successful adults. And it's not just the individual kids who suffer for it.
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A new study says only one in three children in the U-S has the cognitive skills they need by third grade to become successful adults.

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What do the Common Core State Standards Mean for Reading Assignments? A New Report Takes a Look. | Blog | A+ Education Partnership

What do the Common Core State Standards Mean for Reading Assignments? A New Report Takes a Look. | Blog | A+ Education Partnership | ELA Pedagogy in Motion:Common Core:Education:Leadership | Scoop.it

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The Padagogy Wheel V2.0: It’s All About Transformation and Integration

The Padagogy Wheel V2.0: It’s All About Transformation and Integration | ELA Pedagogy in Motion:Common Core:Education:Leadership | Scoop.it
  via Unity.net I knew I was onto something useful when I first put the Padagogy Wheel together in July 2012. It was always designed to be a starting point to be developed further. It was orig...
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State legislators considering numerous cuts to school revenues | Michigan Education Association

State legislators considering numerous cuts to school revenues | Michigan Education Association | ELA Pedagogy in Motion:Common Core:Education:Leadership | Scoop.it
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