Well, that’s obvious isn’t it? Good behaviour is sitting still, doing what you’re told, speaking when you’re spoken to and generally following instructions. And that’s great except for the fact that students are in school to learn not to behave.
1. The iPad 2. Social Media — Adoption and Crackdown 3. Text-messaging 4. Data (Which Still Means Mostly “Standardized Testing”) 5. The Digital Library 6. Khan Academy 7. STEM Education’s Sputnik Moment 8.
Via Stephanie Sandifer
This is Part IV in the series “Stepping it Up: Learning About Blogs FOR your Students” if you've started using a blog for your class but are disappointed with the response or wondering how to develop the project, this is a great article to help you.
"Reflection is such a huge tool for my own learning, and I feel like I’m getting better and better at finding ways to do this with students. It isn’t that I have never used student reflections to improve my own teaching.