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Flipping Your Classroom with FIZZ with Dr. Lodge McCammon

Flipping Your Classroom with FIZZ with Dr. Lodge McCammon | Effective teaching | Scoop.it

Thursday, March 1, 2012 7:00 pm

Join this educator-only webinar to learn how to apply this innovative and effective teaching strategy with none other than the expert himself, Dr. Lodge McCammon, Curriculum and Contemporary Media at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation. Dr. Lodge will be joined by leading North Carolina teachers from a variety of content areas and grade levels who are exploring how flipped learning works in the public school classroom. We will spend the hour discussing best practices, answering questions and sharing practical resources in order to make it possible for any teacher to start flipping the next day. Oh, and we'll even flip the webinar!


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Common Formative Assessments | Effective Teaching Practices

Articles to download on Common Formative Assessments


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Educational building blocks: how Minecraft is used in classrooms

Educational building blocks: how Minecraft is used in classrooms | Effective teaching | Scoop.it
Minecraft may be an addictive, open-ended game, but as one New York computer teacher learned, it can also be a very effective teaching tool.

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What Can Be Learned by Teaching the Brain? | PLoS Blogs Network

What Can Be Learned by Teaching the Brain? | PLoS Blogs Network | Effective teaching | Scoop.it

Effective teaching can only happen when the material is thoroughly understood. This becomes particularly apparent when having to dissect the material more carefully to deliver it to a naïve audience, as would be a classroom full of school children. The undergraduate students realize very quickly that they didn’t really understand many neuroscience concepts when having to explain them in simple, yet accurate terms. In essence, teaching is a great way to identify gaps in one’s knowledge.


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Humor and Information Literacy: Practical Techniques for Library ...

Humor and Information Literacy: Practical Techniques for Library ... | Effective teaching | Scoop.it
How can humor be applied by academic librarians to better teach information literacy? And why is humor such an effective teaching tool? This book provides a cross-disciplinary review of the literature regarding use of humor ...

Via Cindy Tschernitz
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5 Ways Leaders Can Teach Instead of Tell

5 Ways Leaders Can Teach Instead of Tell | Effective teaching | Scoop.it

Great leadership means more teaching than telling, and there are 5 ways to make that teaching more effective.


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Free Technology for Teachers: 77 Educational Games and Game Builders

Free Technology for Teachers: 77 Educational Games and Game Builders | Effective teaching | Scoop.it

Here's Richard Byrne's "humongous" list of educational games.  I don't know when I'll ever get the time to check them all out, but I'll bookmark it here.   The sites I know already are certainly effective in my teaching contexts (for example, for young EFL learners: Starfall, Literacy Center, LearnEnglish Kids)


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Teaching English Games

Teaching English Games | Effective teaching | Scoop.it
Fun FREE Teaching English games! Proven, effective ESL games and activities for teaching English to children and adults. Students love them and so do teachers.

Via Balqis Thaahaveettil
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Bullies, Bullied, Bystanders, or Bullet Proof -- How the Arts Help Break the Cycle of School Violence

Arts education, particularly theater education, may be an effective method of teaching young people tolerance, and helping them recognize, and stand up against, injustice.

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Tech Transformation: Rethinking how students learn

Tech Transformation: Rethinking how students learn | Effective teaching | Scoop.it

The book is entitled 21st Century Skills - Rethinking How Students Learn and is edited by James Bellanca and Ron Brandt. In the preface to the book Ron Brandt explains why a focus on skills is so important. He writes "effective teaching involves students using skills to acquire knowledge" and explains how important it is that these skill are embedded into the curriculum and taught along with content.

 


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Poetry by Annette Breaux: Make Learning Fun > Eye On Education

Poetry by Annette Breaux: Make Learning Fun > Eye On Education | Effective teaching | Scoop.it
Children learn as children play, so play with your students every day! While I was conducting a presentation on effective teaching for high school a...

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New Teacher Academy: Building Relationships | Edutopia

New Teacher Academy: Building Relationships | Edutopia | Effective teaching | Scoop.it
Blogger Lisa Dabbs, with help from teacher and coach Joan Young, explains how building relationships with both students and colleagues is at the heart of effective teaching.

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