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How We Can Actually Create Lifelong Learners - Edudemic

How We Can Actually Create Lifelong Learners - Edudemic | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
I’m now enjoying the most exciting times of my career because I see that the dream of developing lifelong learners can be a reality.

Via Grant Montgomery
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Lovely article.  Indeed, being lifelong learner is one of the major goals we have for our students as educators.  The more we are able to design so that students are driving the car , the more pratice they have with questioning and problem solving.  Learning is an active process!

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Mark E. Deschaine, PhD's curator insight, August 3, 2015 1:54 PM

Lovely article.  Indeed, being lifelong learner is one of the major goals we have for our students as educators.  The more we are able to design so that students are driving the car , the more pratice they have with questioning and problem solving.  Learning is an active process!

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Teaching the Whole

Teaching the Whole | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
, In his book, Making Learning Whole, David Perkins uses the game of baseball as an analogy to discuss the concept of teaching whole concepts in education. An article in  Ed., the Harvard Graduate ...
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Learning to bat is virtually meaningless if you never get to "play ball".  

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Suvi Salo's curator insight, August 3, 2015 2:00 PM

Learning to bat is virtually meaningless if you never get to "play ball".  

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Learning to bat is virtually meaningless if you never get to "play ball".  

Yashy Tohsaku's curator insight, August 3, 2015 3:06 PM

Learning to bat is virtually meaningless if you never get to "play ball".  

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What Questions Did You Ask Today?

"The average five-year-old asks 65 questions per day, most of them starting with "why." The average 44-year-old manager only asks six questions per day; most of them starting with "when," "where," or "how much."

The number of questions we ask per day doesn't increase until retirement. Why retirement? Because that's when we start asking, "Where are my keys?" and "Why did I walk into this room?" 

In this animated three-minute video, Chic Thompson the author of What a Great Idea!, will help you "jump start" your question asking ability."


Via Ariana Amorim, Les Howard
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Fabulous!    

 

Jonas Salk:  "The answer to every problem pre-exists.  We need to ask the right Questions to reveal the answers."

 

Great tips...........Parents:  instead of asking "what did you learn today?", ask "what questions did you ask today?"

 

Desinging learning, we need to ask HOW last.  What and why first.  "What is the result we want to see, feel and hear."  Then:  Why do you want to achieve these results.  LAST:  How will we do it.  

 

 

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john dimitriou's curator insight, April 14, 2014 5:49 AM

Questions, questions and more questions. What are the right questions?

Mark E. Deschaine, PhD's curator insight, August 3, 2015 2:25 PM

Fabulous!    

 

Jonas Salk:  "The answer to every problem pre-exists.  We need to ask the right Questions to reveal the answers."

 

Great tips...........Parents:  instead of asking "what did you learn today?", ask "what questions did you ask today?"

 

Desinging learning, we need to ask HOW last.  What and why first.  "What is the result we want to see, feel and hear."  Then:  Why do you want to achieve these results.  LAST:  How will we do it.  

 

 

Dennis Swender's curator insight, August 4, 2015 10:08 AM

Fabulous!    

 

Jonas Salk:  "The answer to every problem pre-exists.  We need to ask the right Questions to reveal the answers."

 

Great tips...........Parents:  instead of asking "what did you learn today?", ask "what questions did you ask today?"

 

Desinging learning, we need to ask HOW last.  What and why first.  "What is the result we want to see, feel and hear."  Then:  Why do you want to achieve these results.  LAST:  How will we do it.  

 

 

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Differentiated Instruction: 5 Quick Tips For A Simpler Classroom

Differentiated Instruction: 5 Quick Tips For A Simpler Classroom | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
By Heather M. Stocker, TeachThought Intern A few years ago “differentiation” was the buzz word of choice around local school systems. Teachers were concerned about the time involved in all that specialized education and how...
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Students stay engaged when working with challenging concepts and materials.  Differentiation helps that along,  but can be a complex endeavor. Here are a few tips for teachers looking to move in that direction.  

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Cooperative Learning: Summing It Up

Cooperative Learning:  Summing It Up | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
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Just finished chapter 8 in High Impact Instruction by Jim Knight.   To summarize:  

 

Cooperative learning is any structured, sytematic learning activity in which groups of learners work together to achieve a common goal.  It is a high impact strategy because it:

 

ensures engagement

facilitates formative assessment

facilitates differentiated instruction

allows students to collaboratively construct knowledge

develops students' communication skills

prepares students for life after school

 

It is most successful when teachers:

 

understand learning structure

create positive interdependence

teach expectations

teach social skills

determine optimum makeup of groups

manage time successfully

use an attention signal

 

Five learning structures that are easy"

 

turn to your neighbor

think, pair, share

jigsaw

value line

round table

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Mark E. Deschaine, PhD's curator insight, August 5, 2015 10:52 PM

Just finished chapter 8 in High Impact Instruction by Jim Knight.   To summarize:  

 

Cooperative learning is any structured, sytematic learning activity in which groups of learners work together to achieve a common goal.  It is a high impact strategy because it:

 

ensures engagement

facilitates formative assessment

facilitates differentiated instruction

allows students to collaboratively construct knowledge

develops students' communication skills

prepares students for life after school

 

It is most successful when teachers:

 

understand learning structure

create positive interdependence

teach expectations

teach social skills

determine optimum makeup of groups

manage time successfully

use an attention signal

 

Five learning structures that are easy"

 

turn to your neighbor

think, pair, share

jigsaw

value line

round table

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Teach Kids Before Subjects

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Ask any teacher what they teach, and you’ll get the typical responses: “I teach science.” “I teach 3rd grade.” “I teach English.” Words matter. And when we give those answers, we miss a chance to h...
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Early childhood and elementary have this nailed, mostly!  

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Learning no longer has to stop

Learning no longer has to stop | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
we are often forced to ask students to put their learning on hold … if not stop it all together while they compete for resources.
That is a topic for next year.  STOP
Today’s lesson is on page 43.  Turn to that page and do only questions 4 and 5.
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This is why some kids get in trouble for putting in headphones.  

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Sharing Learning Creating

Sharing Learning Creating | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
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Wonderful day of creating for this lucky group of kids!  

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Wonderful day of creating for this lucky group of kids!  

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Is My Professional Development Up-To-Date?

Is My Professional Development Up-To-Date? | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
. Is your Professional Development Up-To-Date? I think that “Is MY Professional Development Up-To-Date?” is the first question which you need to ask yourselves! You can ONLY give BEST and QUALITY c...
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Great post, full of links and resources.  Much to ponder, here!  

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Intellectual Engagement, Good Grades and “Doing School” | Canadian Education Association (CEA)

Intellectual Engagement, Good Grades and “Doing School” | Canadian Education Association (CEA) | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

AWESOME way to think about student engagement!

 


Via Grant Montgomery
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The table (Figure 1) does a great job organizing the big concepts around student engagement.

 

 1. Grades do not correlate with interest and motivation.  The authors invite educators to think critically about the impact of marking practices on student learning, student engagement, and teaching.They may, in fact, reflect behaviors and not understanding of content.  

2.  Students are motivated and interested when adequately challenged,  


3.  Collaboration among teachers and with students raised levels of intellectual engagement


Full report can be found here:   www.cea-ace.ca/wdydist.


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6 ways to use social media to connect with parents | SmartBlogs

6 ways to use social media to connect with parents | SmartBlogs | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Social media can be a powerful tool to coordinate and connect with parents. At the school level, this is important work for everyone, from the classroom te
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Keeping engaged with parents is an effective way to build relationships.

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Mark E. Deschaine, PhD's curator insight, August 6, 2015 8:39 AM

Keeping engaged with parents is an effective way to build relationships.

WEAC's curator insight, August 6, 2015 11:02 AM

Keeping engaged with parents is an effective way to build relationships.

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for the love of learning: Here's what learning looks like

for the love of learning: Here's what learning looks like | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Continuous learning!! what we might experience everyday in the classroom and staff meetings!! http://t.co/wOb8FVB6
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Yep, learning can be "all that".  When you hit your flow it is glorious!  

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Gust MEES's curator insight, January 21, 2013 11:24 AM

Concerning ===> Safe. One of the first things I learned in teacher school was that learning only happens when people feel safe. This includes physical and emotional safety. It's important to note that the girl says "I'll be fine." Despite her obvious fear of the unknown, she is telling us that she feels safe.


In 21st Century while using e-Learning, m-Learning and "Bring Your Own Device" [BYOD] WE MUST also consider the Internet Safety and the Security in School Environment as well as the Security of Home Environment because of HomeWork and the Protection of the devices!


A MUST know...

 

Learning the basics of Cyber-Security is ALSO a MUST in 21st Century! Education should follow this and teaching it up from the early age as nearly anyone is Online today!

 

It is actually very easy, so don't fear about, and check my FREE courses to find out and to help protecting the kids worldwide:

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2012/11/29/cyber-hygiene-ict-hygiene-for-population-education-and-business/

 

The "Practice" is very easy to implement, YOU can do it in ONLY 1 week and less, it's ALL about the reflexes later to NOT forget it ;)

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com

 

https://gustmeesen.wordpress.com/2012/02/13/why-ict-security-why-the-need-to-secure-a-computer/

 

When #Kids use Internet they MUST know the #dangers ===>  #InternetSafety ===> http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching?tag=Internetsafety… and #protection ===>  #CyberSecurity ===> https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2012/11/29/cyber-hygiene-ict-hygiene-for-population-education-and-business/

 


Gianfranco D'Aversa's curator insight, January 23, 2013 1:59 PM

Continuous learning!! what we might experience everyday in the classroom and staff meetings!! http://t.co/wOb8FVB6

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User-Generated Learning: A Must-Do for School Leaders Today

User-Generated Learning: A Must-Do for School Leaders Today | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
School leaders must move beyond passive PD & take charge of their professional growth. A new book on user-generated learning can help, says principal Lyn Hilt.
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A must read.  Today's learners take charge of their professional growth via:  

 

learning acquired through active curation, reflection, and contribution to a self-selected collaborative space

 

A book to assist individual's with a self-made plan is:  http://www.eyeoneducation.com/bookstore/productdetails.cfm?sku=7228-4

 

I've learned more, in this manner, than ever since leaving grad school.  

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Mark E. Deschaine, PhD's curator insight, August 6, 2015 11:49 PM

A must read.  Today's learners take charge of their professional growth via:  

 

learning acquired through active curation, reflection, and contribution to a self-selected collaborative space

 

A book to assist individual's with a self-made plan is:  http://www.eyeoneducation.com/bookstore/productdetails.cfm?sku=7228-4

 

I've learned more, in this manner, than ever since leaving grad school.  

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Turning Students Into Teachers

Turning Students Into Teachers | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
The best way to learn anything is to teach it to someone else . Isn't that what you've always been told? It's true ... and also a great philosophy to apply in…

Via Kylie Joyce, Elena Keating
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Great philosophy!

 

Many tools that can be used for students to TEACH what they understand!

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I just love your curated picks. Wonder and awe
Begoña Iturgaitz's curator insight, August 26, 2013 6:28 AM

Crystal clear. I truly cannot understand why we don't make any profit of this at schools. As a related issue, also absolutely worthy for  those high skilled learners at our own schools, instead of searching only  for individual gateways.

Randall Crosby's curator insight, September 29, 2013 4:17 PM

Let our kids teach. They will learn more.

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Explanations: Top Ten Teaching Tips

Explanations: Top Ten Teaching Tips | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
“There is no pleasure to me without communication: there is not so much as a sprightly thought comes into my mind that it does not grieve me to have produced alone, and that I have no one to tell i...
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I have not read an article specifically about giving explanations before!  This one give ten great tips to ponder when we are attempting to explain to others.   May favorite is the last:  "check for understanding"!  

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Mark E. Deschaine, PhD's curator insight, August 3, 2015 2:24 PM

I have not read an article specifically about giving explanations before!  This one give ten great tips to ponder when we are attempting to explain to others.   May favorite is the last:  "check for understanding"!  

Vladimir Kukharenko's curator insight, August 4, 2015 3:08 AM

I have not read an article specifically about giving explanations before!  This one give ten great tips to ponder when we are attempting to explain to others.   May favorite is the last:  "check for understanding"!  

Dennis Swender's curator insight, August 4, 2015 10:08 AM

I have not read an article specifically about giving explanations before!  This one give ten great tips to ponder when we are attempting to explain to others.   May favorite is the last:  "check for understanding"!  

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20 Great Websites For Elementary Educators

20 Great Websites For Elementary Educators | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Some of the best websites for elementary educators are ones that save time, make you think, and inspire. Here's just a handful!
The post 20 Great Websites For Elementary Educators appeared first on Edudemic.
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I was unaware of many of these!  Nice compilation!  

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Hacking the Classroom: Beyond Design Thinking

Hacking the Classroom: Beyond Design Thinking | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Design Thinking is trending is some educational circles.  Edutopia recently ran a design thinking for educators workshop and I attended two great workshops at SXSWedu 2013 on Design Thinking: Hack ...
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I think the issue raised in this article, again, is that we must always know our purpose for everything we do.  Indeed, design thinking could be used in a canned approach, inappropriately.  This is true, only if people design lessons without understanding and clarifying the purpose from the start.  

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I think the issue raised in this article, again, is that we must always know our purpose for everything we do.  Indeed, design thinking could be used in a canned approach, inappropriately.  This is true, only if people design lessons without understanding and clarifying the purpose from the start.  

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Re-do's and rolling grades.

Re-do's and rolling grades. | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Over the past year and a half I have been tinkering with re-do's (re-tests or re-assessments) and rolling grades (grades that do not get set until the end of the semester) with my Biology 12 classe...
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Tremendous way to keep kids hopefully engaged:  the chance to master,and improve ; learn from mistakes. 

 

I also see that there is a need to TEACH expectations OFTEN so kids understand what is expected of them.  

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My Voice National Student Report 2012:

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My Voice provides educators with a powerful tool for understanding both what motivates and inspires students to achieve, and how well students believe their school is meeting those objectives. My Voice is a powerful tool for initiating innovative, meaningful school reform.  

 

Global summary:  

 

Student-teacher relationships, which can be powerful contributors to student engagement
and academic success, are in need of improvement; moreover, perceptions of studentteacher relationships appear to weaken, rather than strengthen, through the middle school
and into the high school years.
– At all levels of secondary education, students need to be more engaged—and trends across
the grade levels suggest this problem gets worse, not better, the longer students are in
school; and
– While learning in school in general is perceived as important, it is not perceived as
particularly relevant to many students’ lives, and this perceived relevance generally declines
as students progress through school.

 

This document needs to be read and read well for those looking to change the culture of their building.  

 

 

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10 ways to create a learning culture…

10 ways to create a learning culture… | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
I first posted this at the start of 2011… A new school year is about to begin in Australia. It’ll be the first time in nearly 30 years that I don’t have a class to teach and it’s not an easy ...
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Writer uses the "I used to think..  Now I think....." routine regarding teaching.  10 insights into growing a learning culture.  Nuber 10?  Laugh!  : )

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Writer uses the "I used to think..  Now I think....." routine regarding teaching.  10 insights into growing a learning culture.  Nuber 10?  Laugh!  : )

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Incorporating Depth and Complexity Icons Into Gifted Lessons

Incorporating Depth and Complexity Icons Into Gifted Lessons | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
New to teaching gifted students? Find resources about Sandra Kaplan's elements of depth and complexity and download smaller icons.

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"Each of these eleven tools are considered essential elements one needs to master a subject. For example, chemists need to understand the language of a chemist, the different points of view of in chemistry, the rules that govern chemistry, the ethical decisions chemists face, etc. Likewise, a master of chess would be an expert in the language of chess, the patterns of chess games, the rules to follow, and the way the game has changed over time.

When students think using these tools, they learn to approach subjects from the point of view of an expert."

 

I suspect these concepts will work with all students......thoughts?

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"Each of these eleven tools are considered essential elements one needs to master a subject. For example, chemists need to understand the language of a chemist, the different points of view of in chemistry, the rules that govern chemistry, the ethical decisions chemists face, etc. Likewise, a master of chess would be an expert in the language of chess, the patterns of chess games, the rules to follow, and the way the game has changed over time.

When students think using these tools, they learn to approach subjects from the point of view of an expert."

 

I suspect these concepts will work with all students......thoughts?

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"Each of these eleven tools are considered essential elements one needs to master a subject. For example, chemists need to understand the language of a chemist, the different points of view of in chemistry, the rules that govern chemistry, the ethical decisions chemists face, etc. Likewise, a master of chess would be an expert in the language of chess, the patterns of chess games, the rules to follow, and the way the game has changed over time.

When students think using these tools, they learn to approach subjects from the point of view of an expert."

 

I suspect these concepts will work with all students......thoughts?

A.Frater's curator insight, August 7, 2015 10:12 AM

"Each of these eleven tools are considered essential elements one needs to master a subject. For example, chemists need to understand the language of a chemist, the different points of view of in chemistry, the rules that govern chemistry, the ethical decisions chemists face, etc. Likewise, a master of chess would be an expert in the language of chess, the patterns of chess games, the rules to follow, and the way the game has changed over time.

When students think using these tools, they learn to approach subjects from the point of view of an expert."

 

I suspect these concepts will work with all students......thoughts?

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10 Great Guides for Better Professional Learning Network ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

10 Great Guides for Better Professional Learning Network ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

Via Tracy Shaw
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Many guides with tips and tricks to help you stay engaged and informed.

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Tracy Shaw's curator insight, January 25, 2013 12:06 PM

Ideas from experts to help you get started.

Mark E. Deschaine, PhD's curator insight, August 6, 2015 8:38 AM

Many guides with tips and tricks to help you stay engaged and informed.

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Many guides with tips and tricks to help you stay engaged and informed.

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Ten Obvious Truths That We Shouldn’t Be Ignoring: Alfie Kohn

Ten Obvious Truths That We Shouldn’t Be Ignoring:  Alfie Kohn | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
articles by alfie kohn
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What's it all about............Alfie?

 

Alfie highlights and discusses 10 controversies that exist.  Despite knowing better, we seem to ignore these truths.  

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Jesse Soininen's curator insight, January 24, 2013 3:56 PM

Substance matters more than...

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What's it all about............Alfie?

 

Alfie highlights and discusses 10 controversies that exist.  Despite knowing better, we seem to ignore these truths.  

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This Week In The Brilliant Report: Why A Sense Of Belonging Is Essential To Learning

This Week In The Brilliant Report: Why A Sense Of Belonging Is Essential To Learning | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
From the latest issue of my newsletter, The Brilliant Report: “This week I blogged about a new study that suggests one reason why there are so few women in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and math): they are vulnerable to feeling...
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Belonging is a fundamental human need.

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Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR)

Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR) | Engagement Based Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Beginning during my Doctoral studies and continuing throughout my professional career as an educator, I discovered and keep re-discovering how congruent the concepts related to Progressive Educatio...
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"Students should be part of the research process. Note that the emphasis here is on part of the research process not the subjects of the research.


Students assess what they learned, how they learned it . . . and reflect on their learning as part of their participation. They learn the skills for reflective practice. They learn to be critical consumers and producers of their own learning.The boundaries between assessment and research become blurred . . . as it should be. Assessment becomes naturalistic and descriptive rather than reductionistic and contrived.Best practices are described, developed, and disseminated through the collaborative efforts of educators and students, the populations who have the vested interest in these practices. This increases the validity of these practices in the eyes of these stakeholders and the chance/opportunity for implementing these best practices. The quality of education improves.Nice entry, Jackie.  I am encouraged and hope this is heard.  The students have so very much to say.  How often do we really ask them what they need?


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