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Teaching with Evernote: A 6th and 8th Grade Science Teacher Shares His Top Tips

Teaching with Evernote: A 6th and 8th Grade Science Teacher Shares His Top Tips | On education | Scoop.it

Kevin Buran teaches 6th and 8th grade science to students at Carmel Middle School.


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Louise Robinson-Lay's curator insight, January 29, 2013 2:53 PM

Evernote is a useful tool for teachers and this case study helps to show why and how it can be used.

Adam Lenaarts's curator insight, January 30, 2013 6:32 PM

Great case study! I would also like to apply more of Evernote in my classroom and was plannign to get started next year...it is so tempting to give it a try allready, but my experience tells me to make sure I am a bit in controll.

Alfredo Corell's curator insight, February 1, 2013 3:43 PM

Fabulous post by Kevin Buran

he teaches 6th and 8th grade science to students at Carmel Middle School.

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Communication Apps Districts Can't Live Without - TechNotes Blog - TCEA

Communication Apps Districts Can't Live Without - TechNotes Blog - TCEA | On education | Scoop.it
Are you the go-to person for getting the word out to others on your campus or district? Let’s consider that you may be responsible if you have any of the following roles: district technology director or coordinator, human resources director, superintendent, assistant superintendent, principal, or classroom teacher. Yes, that’s right. Almost everyone is responsible for ensuring positive, engaging communications with parents and community. In this blog entry, we’ll explore some services and communication apps that make it easy to get the word out.

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5 Lessons Learned in Pioneering Personalized Mastery Learning

5 Lessons Learned in Pioneering Personalized Mastery Learning | On education | Scoop.it
By Kate Bean and Sebastian Cognetta, Ph.D. - Aveson Charter School has evolved its personalized learning model into Personalized Mastery Learning.

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4 Tasks and 4 Tools for Creating Digital Narrative

4 Tasks and 4 Tools for Creating Digital Narrative | On education | Scoop.it
Nik Peachey shares a few tools and tasks that you can use to help your students develop their ability to create their own stories through digital media.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, October 5, 9:13 AM

My latest blog post for CUP.

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Una pequeña y breve entrada sobre cuatro herramientas para construir historias de forma más dinámica y visual

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Work Smarter--Not Harder!--As A Teacher

Work Smarter--Not Harder!--As A Teacher | On education | Scoop.it
This post is about helping teachers.

So below, I've listed some strategies to save teachers time, effort, angst, or wasted potential. The big idea is helping you work smart, and not harder, as a teacher.

While the benefits of smarter-not-harder-teaching include less mental and physical fatigue and likely more contentment as a professional and sustainability in your career, perhaps the most critical boon is to your creativity and inner genius: A cluttered mind burdened with task and tedium can't readily achieve its own potential.

So many teachers are amazingly gifted, but never quite find the space in their own mind and heart to bring it all together at the same time, and after four or five years of mediocrity, just accept that that's what 'they are' or what 'education is.' And it doesn't have to be that way.

 

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Numerous great recommendations. I need to implement some of these for myself! You will surely find something good here for you.


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How Technology Can Expand Creativity and Innovation in Education

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 Creativity has always been a part of a successful classroom, however recent advances in technology are making it possible to increase the ability for students to use their creativity in academia. With the ability to take and store thousands of pictures and videos, and listen to music in the palms of our hands, our students have the ability to be more and more creative in their projects, assignments, as well as group and individual tasks.


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Sara Astros Rojas's curator insight, October 11, 11:55 PM
Technology is part of our daily lifes, and we need to integrate it in our classroom, since foster creativity and innovation and encourage the development of new ideas that reach thousands through social media
Alexander Daron's curator insight, October 15, 11:06 AM

I chose this resource because I agree 100% with the title. When I have used different technology and different programs with my students, they love it. Students in todays society get bored sitting in class with teachers talking to them. They want to be up and moving around working with technology to help them learn. I hope that this article will prove to our teachers that they must use technology for the benefit of their students. I have been in special education classrooms where autistic students were benefiting so much from programs on the iPad. Implementing these practices is so important to our students. 

Alexander Daron's curator insight, October 15, 11:42 AM

I chose this resource because students can be so creative when using technology in their education. They aren't restricted, and can create assignments or projects that make sense to them. They aren't restricted, and don't have to do exactly what the teacher tells them. I hope that this article will come true for many schools around America. Too often, teachers are afraid to let students be creative with the use of technology, because it is outside of their comfort zone to let the students venture off and create their own learning opportunities. 

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Digital skills for life and work

Digital skills for life and work | On education | Scoop.it

The report, released today, highlights the emergence of a new global skills gap where gender, class, geography and age can have a huge impact on whether a person is able to harness new technologies or not. It also presents strategies for ensuring all groups of people can develop these skills.


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Alejandro Rodríguez's curator insight, October 10, 2:27 PM
Certainly, all the world around, everybody relies on technology more than they imagine or want. This is an interesting report to explore the challenges of this new reality.
Ralph Springett's curator insight, October 10, 2:36 PM
Supporting the development of digital skills is complex. Initiatives are often context specific and reliant on partnerships. In addition, the environment must be fertile for initiatives to flourish. Policy makers, education leaders, industry and the individual all have a role in equitable digital skills development.
How is it that you will contribute?
Willem Kuypers's curator insight, October 10, 4:15 PM
Quelques exemples de l'apprentissage à l'aide du numérique partout dans le monde.
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The Difference Between Open-Minded and Close-Minded People

The Difference Between Open-Minded and Close-Minded People | On education | Scoop.it
The rate at which you learn and progress in the world depends on how willing you are to weigh the merit of new ideas, even if you don’t instinctively like them. Perhaps especially if you don’t like them.

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Abel Linares's curator insight, October 7, 11:53 AM
The ability to change your mind is a superpower.
Suzana Biseul PRo's curator insight, October 8, 9:22 AM
Staying open-minded won’t happen by accident.
Pascale Hotterbeex's curator insight, October 8, 1:59 PM
"Closed-minded people focus much more on being understood than on understanding others..." - tout est dit!
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Modern Learning: Re-Discovering the Transformative Promise of Educational Technology | Steve Hargadon

Modern Learning: Re-Discovering the Transformative Promise of Educational Technology | Steve Hargadon | On education | Scoop.it
Today I've released a report that was funded by Acer Education and which attempts to synthesize the answers to three key questions about technology and learning which were part of a longer 2017 survey which was sent to the members of several online educational networks that are part of my Learning Revolution project.

DOWNLOAD THE REPORT HERE

The three survey questions for which the answers form the basis of the report are:
When do you believe technology enhances learning, and when do you believe it does not?How has technology impacted your own learning?Does your school, library, or organization have a specific learning philosophy that guides ed-tech purchases and implementation? If yes, what is that philosophy?
More than 450 responses were received (those that agreed for their answers to be shared publicly can be seen at modernlearning.com). This was not a scientific or statistically-rigorous process, but rather an attempt to find and highlight common-sense observations about the use of technology in teaching and learning. As such, I am hopeful that it might provide a springboard for those looking to clarify thinking, and to help guide organizations, in discussions and decisions about educational technology.

My conclusion from the survey responses is not only that real benefits exist from ed tech, but that there is good evidence that they are, and can be, as transformative as we might hope. The report attempts to create a framework for highlighting where this is true and where it may not be, hopefully in a way that can facilitate open conversations by those at all levels of the education process (especially including parents and students). This task feels eminently urgent and important, because without such clarity, the potential for real change is significantly diminished, or may only be possible with some innovation that is so disruptive that it overturns the education system as we know it.

Thank you for your attention, 

Steve Hargadon
 
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I received the above text in an email from Mr. Hargadon today. The report is well worth reading.

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Online Learning Must Be Collaborative and Social

Online Learning Must Be Collaborative and Social | On education | Scoop.it

"An annual report by The Open University said the current key challenge for education specialists is to engage thousands of learners in productive discussions while learning in a collaborative, online environment."


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Richard Samson's curator insight, February 23, 2015 7:58 AM

OU ahead of the curve!

Willem Kuypers's curator insight, February 24, 2015 3:34 PM

C'est toujours intéressant de suivre l'Open University dans ses opinions sur la formation.

Paul G. West's curator insight, October 6, 10:50 AM
Open Education provides access to learning. 
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WebRoom.net

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Share your screen and give a presentation, do a product demo, or do a real-time how to tutorial
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Make PDF Texts into Interactive Online Activities for Blended Learning

Make PDF Texts into Interactive Online Activities for Blended Learning | On education | Scoop.it
This tool enables teachers to build onto more traditional course book based courses and add a blended learning element. Once you have created an account you can upload PDF documents, or buy in text books from publishers or book stores and add them to courses.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, September 25, 3:44 AM

Perusall is a useful tool for turning a face to face course into blended learning without too much extra work.

Ariana Amorim's curator insight, September 26, 4:28 AM
Order and assign textbooks, articles, or your PDFs in Perusall. Students annotate the readings and asynchronously respond to each other's comments and questions about the readings in context. With novel data analytics, Perusall automatically generates optimal student groupings and social interactions, grades students' engagement to ensure they are prepared for class, and nudges those who need help to keep everyone on track.
Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, September 29, 2:44 AM
Make PDF Texts into Interactive Online Activities for Blended Learning
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Teaching Is Crazy Demanding—So I'm Making These Promises at Home

Teaching Is Crazy Demanding—So I'm Making These Promises at Home | On education | Scoop.it
With the new school year fast approaching, I can already feel the jarring shift from attentive husband and doting dad to harried English teacher. I know I’ll soon be lost in trying to grade a set of essays, plan a new lesson on subject/verb agreement, prep for club meetings, and cheer on my students in their extracurricular endeavors. Every year I lose track of aspects of family life that have been so wonderful all summer. This year I am trying to make some changes to my teacher work-life balance.

These are the promises I am making to my family this year. 

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, September 27, 11:41 AM

All online teachers seek a work life balance.  Few attain it, especially early in their online careers.  It is easy to be 'on' 24x7. What promises do you make to yourself and your family as the new semester begins?

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4 Ways to Use Augmented and Virtual Reality Apps in the Classroom

4 Ways to Use Augmented and Virtual Reality Apps in the Classroom | On education | Scoop.it
Are you curious about using augmented or virtual reality in your classroom? If you've already tried it out, are you looking for more app and lesson plan ideas? Either way, we've got you covered. Start with the Google Cardboard headset (it's only $15), and whether you're using iOS, Android, Chromebooks, or iPads, we've curated an assortment of apps and lesson plans to try out with your students.

Keep in mind there are ongoing debates around using virtual reality with kids. Skeptics argue that VR experiences can't create genuine empathy, that VR simulations make females sick at higher rates than males, and that ethical considerations -- from psychological implications to privacy concerns -- are urgent issues.

That said, many educators use virtual and augmented reality in their classrooms with positive results. Considering these ongoing debates, you'll probably want to try it out and decide for yourself. We've collected the best lesson plans, apps, and teaching strategies below. Don't forget to check out our Top Picks list for even more tool ideas.

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6 Free Online Teaching Platforms 

6 Free Online Teaching Platforms  | On education | Scoop.it
Our guide covers online learning platforms that let teachers design their courses. The best online learning sites let teachers shape their own curriculum.

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Has social media become a source of misunderstanding and miscommunication between students and administrators?

Has social media become a source of misunderstanding and miscommunication between students and administrators? | On education | Scoop.it
The problems that play out over social media aren’t any less real.

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How Technology Can Expand Creativity and Innovation in Education

How Technology Can Expand Creativity and Innovation in Education | On education | Scoop.it

 Creativity has always been a part of a successful classroom, however recent advances in technology are making it possible to increase the ability for students to use their creativity in academia. With the ability to take and store thousands of pictures and videos, and listen to music in the palms of our hands, our students have the ability to be more and more creative in their projects, assignments, as well as group and individual tasks.


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Sara Astros Rojas's curator insight, October 11, 11:55 PM
Technology is part of our daily lifes, and we need to integrate it in our classroom, since foster creativity and innovation and encourage the development of new ideas that reach thousands through social media
Alexander Daron's curator insight, October 15, 11:06 AM

I chose this resource because I agree 100% with the title. When I have used different technology and different programs with my students, they love it. Students in todays society get bored sitting in class with teachers talking to them. They want to be up and moving around working with technology to help them learn. I hope that this article will prove to our teachers that they must use technology for the benefit of their students. I have been in special education classrooms where autistic students were benefiting so much from programs on the iPad. Implementing these practices is so important to our students. 

Alexander Daron's curator insight, October 15, 11:42 AM

I chose this resource because students can be so creative when using technology in their education. They aren't restricted, and can create assignments or projects that make sense to them. They aren't restricted, and don't have to do exactly what the teacher tells them. I hope that this article will come true for many schools around America. Too often, teachers are afraid to let students be creative with the use of technology, because it is outside of their comfort zone to let the students venture off and create their own learning opportunities. 

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The Evidence Base for How We Learn: Supporting Students’ Social, Emotional, and Academic Development - The Aspen Institute

The Evidence Base for How We Learn: Supporting Students’ Social, Emotional, and Academic Development - The Aspen Institute | On education | Scoop.it

"The Evidence Base for How We Learn: Supporting Students’ Social, Emotional, and Academic Development articulates the scientific consensus regarding how people learn. The research brief presents a set of consensus statements—developed and unanimously signed onto by the Commission’s Council of Distinguished Scientists—that affirm the interconnectedness of social, emotional, and academic development as central to the learning process.

"The brief draws from brain science, medicine, economics, psychology, and education research to describe why it is essential to address the social, emotional, and cognitive dimensions of learning; how these dimensions together shape students’ academic and life outcomes; and how these competencies can be taught throughout childhood, adolescence, and beyond. The evidence outlined in this brief moves the nation beyond the debate as to whether schools should attend to students’ social and emotional development, to how schools can integrate social, emotional, and academic development into their daily work."


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The Evidence Base for How We Learn: Supporting Students’ Social, Emotional, and Academic Development articulates the scientific consensus regarding how people learn. The research brief presents a set of consensus statements—developed and unanimously signed onto by the Commission’s Council of Distinguished Scientists—that affirm the interconnectedness of social, emotional, and academic development as central to the learning process.

"The brief draws from brain science, medicine, economics, psychology, and education research to describe why it is essential to address the social, emotional, and cognitive dimensions of learning; how these dimensions together shape students’ academic and life outcomes; and how these competencies can be taught throughout childhood, adolescence, and beyond. The evidence outlined in this brief moves the nation beyond the debate as to whether schools should attend to students’ social and emotional development, to how schools can integrate social, emotional, and academic development into their daily work."

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=learning

 

Mark Cottee's curator insight, October 12, 10:08 PM
Short report that just happen to pop into my in tray at the same time as my attention to a MOOC on the science of teaching. 
Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, October 13, 4:39 PM
Learniing is linked to healthy social and emotional opportunities children encounter to solve problems. John Dewey argued that learning is problem solving and much of it is social. I think play is essential to learning.
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Academic Presenter

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Academic Presenter is professional presentation software designed by academicians for academicians to elevate presentations’ quality to the next level

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Baiba Svenca's curator insight, October 7, 11:01 AM

Free presentation software. You can zoom and pan the slides, add audio and video, project your presentation on the interactive whiteboard using its functions. Upload your presentation to the AP website to use it online.

ava smith's curator insight, October 8, 3:38 AM
Free Assignment Help, an online tutoring company, provides students with a wide range of online assignment help services for students studying in classes K-12, and College or university. The Expert team of professional online assignment help tutors at Free Assignment Help .COM provides a wide range of help with assignments through services such as college assignment help, university assignment help, homework assignment help, email assignment help and online assignment help. Our expert team consists of passionate and professional assignment help tutors, having masters and PhD degrees from the best universities of the world, from different countries like Australia, United Kingdom, United States, Canada, USE and many more who give the best quality and plagiarism free answers of the assignment help questions submitted by students, on sharp deadline. Free Assignment Help .COM tutors are available 24x7 to provide assignment help in diverse fields - Math, Chemistry, Physics, Writing, Thesis, Essay, Accounting, Finance, Data Analysis, Case Studies, Term Papers, and Projects etc. We also provide assistance to the problems in programming languages such as C/C++, Java, Python, Mat lab, .Net, Engineering assignment help and Finance assignment help. The expert team of certified online tutors in diverse fields at Free Assignment Help .COM available around the clock 24x7 to provide live help to students with their assignment and questions. We have also excelled in providing E-education with latest web technology. The Students can communicate with our online assignment tutors using voice, video and an interactive white board. We help students in solving their problems, assignments, tests and in study plans. You will feel like you are learning from a highly skilled online tutor in person just like in classroom teaching. You can see what the tutor is writing, and at the same time you can ask the questions which arise in your mind. You only need a PC with Internet connection or a Laptop with Wi-Fi Internet access. We provide live online tutoring which can be accessed at anytime and anywhere according to student’s convenience. We have tutors in every subject such as Math, Chemistry, Biology, Physics and English whatever be the school level. Our college and university level tutors provide engineering online tutoring in areas such as Computer Science, Electrical and Electronics engineering, Mechanical engineering and Chemical engineering. • www.onlineassignmenthelp.com.auwww.cheapassignmenthelp.co.ukwww.freeassignmenthelp.comwww.cheapassignmenthelp.com.au
vgpascal's curator insight, October 8, 5:18 AM
À verser dans la catégorie des applications pour présenter depuis son iPad ou autre tablette.
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Top 200 Tools for Learning 2017

Top 200 Tools for Learning 2017 | On education | Scoop.it

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Rebecca Scriven's curator insight, October 3, 8:58 PM
This list is great for finding out what's new on the tools scene.
 
Willem Kuypers's curator insight, October 8, 6:31 AM
Une belle liste d'outils.
Antònia Munar Gomila's curator insight, October 10, 2:28 AM
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Why Flipped Learning Is Still Going Strong 10 Years Later - EdSurge News

Why Flipped Learning Is Still Going Strong 10 Years Later  - EdSurge News | On education | Scoop.it

Description by EdSurge

 

"To mark the 10th anniversary of the flipped classroom, EdSurge caught up with Sal Khan, Jon Bergmann, Aaron Sams and more to find out what’s made the model such a global success. Discover whether the secret is in the videos after all, or in the active learning that flipping helps foster in the classroom."

 

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Informative update.


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Teaching Kids to Struggle #GrowthMindset

Teaching Kids to Struggle #GrowthMindset | On education | Scoop.it
How do you teach a Growth Mindset? By letting students struggle and share. This activity has been used by thousands of educators to teach Growth Mindset.

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Lon Woodbury's curator insight, September 28, 4:45 PM

Interesting technique for classroom exercise in helping develop a "growth" mindset.  -Lon

Victor Ventura's curator insight, October 1, 7:13 AM
Note the process used. Borrow the task then create/find more challenges.
Koen Mattheeuws's curator insight, October 16, 6:55 AM
In tijden waarin mensen aandringen om kinderen te catalogeren volgens IQ, breek ik graag een lans voor een groei-benadering. (growth mindset). 
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Google Image Search Tips via Educators' Technology

Google Image Search Tips via Educators' Technology | On education | Scoop.it

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GwynethJones's curator insight, April 1, 2:35 PM

LOVE this....but I love @CreativeCommons more!

Lee Hall's curator insight, April 4, 9:44 AM
Great infographic to help students or teachers search for images for research or projects. 
Marianne Hart's curator insight, April 14, 10:57 AM
Great way to search your family tree. I can also see  this being used to research potential job and college applicants.  
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New advances in measuring social-emotional learning - The Hechinger Report

New advances in measuring social-emotional learning - The Hechinger Report | On education | Scoop.it

"Core academic subjects have long been the top priority for districts preparing students for life after high school. Now districts are elevating social and emotional learning, as well, drawing from a large body of research showing that skills like grit and self-regulation are critical to life success. If they’re so valuable, the logic goes, schools should find concrete ways to teach them. And with teaching comes testing — not only to ensure students’ learning can be measured, but so that educators can determine how well the new efforts are working.


“As more programs are being taken up in schools and districts, there becomes this greater demand to assess them, to see if they’re working, to see if students are, in fact, learning the skills that are being taught,” said Lindsay Read, manager of research at the Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning, or CASEL.

 

"While there are some assessments on the market, Read said there is a clear need for more direct assessment options, as distinct from student or teacher surveys of social and emotional skills. And when it comes to direct assessment, there’s a need for tests that can be administered quickly in classrooms and return results to teachers right away.

"Enter the Measuring SEL design challenge. CASEL is spearheading a collaborative effort to help the field coalesce around practical and appropriate design principles that developers can use to make future assessments. The first of three annual design challenges produced seven top designs, all at varying stages of development. Some haven’t been used in schools at all, while others are already being piloted."


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5 Great Uses for Canva in the Classroom

5 Great Uses for Canva in the Classroom | On education | Scoop.it
What is Canva you ask?
In the companies own words “An amazingly simple graphic design tool.

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One 'dominator' can damage a group project - Futurity

One 'dominator' can damage a group project - Futurity | On education | Scoop.it
Love them or hate them, group projects are a staple of college coursework. New research identifies a key aspect of successful teams.

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