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Social Media 101: Is There a Place For Social Media in Classrooms? [Infographic]

Social Media 101: Is There a Place For Social Media in Classrooms? [Infographic] | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Constructive uses of social media in education is becoming an integral (and one might venture inevitable) part of the learning experience. Here’s a look at how so, at every stage of the game.

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ANA's curator insight, February 12, 2014 4:20 PM

The new learning experiences

Sue Gaardboe's curator insight, February 13, 2014 2:20 AM

If you can do it with paper why use a digital alternative? Because for some of students, it makes the difference between engagement and being switched off.  Of couse finding the activities that you just can't do with paper...that's the real power of a digital solution.

Jennifer Turner's curator insight, February 24, 2014 1:40 PM

Don't be afraid of social media when you can learn how to use it in your classroom.  This reasource is a great find for educators that may want to use social media but just do not know where to incorporate it.

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The Socratic Process - 6 Steps of Questioning (Infographic)

The Socratic Process - 6 Steps of Questioning (Infographic) | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Hola: Una infografía sobre el proceso socrático. Un saludo

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Audrey's comment, August 9, 2013 7:31 AM
I agree Teri. It encourages reading and encourages students to be in charge of their learning.
Audrey's curator insight, August 9, 2013 7:39 AM

Using the Socratic process the educator is a tutor.  The process  encourages evaluative and analytical thinking.

Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, August 9, 2013 12:55 PM

This is an easy and yet thorough infographic.

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Without changes in education, the future of work will leave more people behind - The Hechinger Report

Without changes in education, the future of work will leave more people behind - The Hechinger Report | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

"A glimpse into America’s future labor market suggests a boom in health care jobs, soaring employment in clean energy and a continued decline in manufacturing positions.

 

"Those are among the key takeaways from 10-year employment projections released last week by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The findings offer more evidence of widening socioeconomic inequality, the migration of jobs to the service sector and a drop in the number of middle-class jobs for workers with only a high school diploma.

 

"This unfolding economic shift is challenging educators to shape curricula that will prepare students for positions requiring an elusive combination of soft skills — the ability to solve problems, communicate effectively and work with others — along with technical capacities.


“The skill requirements in jobs have increased remarkably in their depth and breadth,” said Anthony P. Carnevale, research professor and director of the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. “The pace of change is outrunning the ability of educators to provide those skills and to qualify people for entry-level jobs.”


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Gust MEES's curator insight, November 18, 6:47 PM

A glimpse into America’s future labor market suggests a boom in health care jobs, soaring employment in clean energy and a continued decline in manufacturing positions.

 

"Those are among the key takeaways from 10-year employment projections released last week by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The findings offer more evidence of widening socioeconomic inequality, the migration of jobs to the service sector and a drop in the number of middle-class jobs for workers with only a high school diploma.

 

"This unfolding economic shift is challenging educators to shape curricula that will prepare students for positions requiring an elusive combination of soft skills — the ability to solve problems, communicate effectively and work with others — along with technical capacities.


The skill requirements in jobs have increased remarkably in their depth and breadth,” said Anthony P. Carnevale, research professor and director of the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. “The pace of change is outrunning the ability of educators to provide those skills and to qualify people for entry-level jobs.”

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2015/07/19/learning-path-for-professional-21st-century-learning-by-ict-practice/

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2017/09/27/the-change-trend-in-education-to-make-educators-teachers-more-professional/

 

 

Mark Cottee's curator insight, November 19, 11:09 PM
More evidence to support a universal change in the education sector.
Rubiel's curator insight, November 20, 11:16 AM
This unfolding economic shift is challenging educators to shape curricula that will prepare students for positions requiring an elusive combination of soft skills . The ability to solve problems, communicate effectively and work with others along with technical capacities.
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These Bloom's Analysis Tools are Perfect for Higher-Order Thinking

These Bloom's Analysis Tools are Perfect for Higher-Order Thinking | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Here are 2 useful Bloom's analysis tools from educator Andrew Churches that will help you improve the taxonomic focus in your exams and activities.

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Chris Carter's curator insight, November 8, 10:17 PM
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Oskar Almazan's curator insight, November 9, 12:08 AM
Many examinations and activities place emphasis on skills like remembering and understanding. Unfortunately, this leaves little room for incorporating the Bloom’s taxonomic levels of higher order thinking like analysis, evaluation, and creativity. We know from research that teaching our students higher-order thinking skills is one of the most beneficial steps we can take. After all, these are the skills they truly need to succeed beyond school, after all. But do our examinations and activities reflect this need? To help you find out, educator Andrew Churches has devised two very useful Bloom’s analysis tools that are available on his website Edorigami. These two tools specifically analyze the Bloom’s taxonomic levels of activities and assessments. Moreover, they investigate the balance between higher-order thinking skills (HOTS) and lower-order thinking skills (LOTS). In doing so, they help you improve the taxonomic focus of your exams and activities or units. Download each tool by clicking on the image or the link below it.
 
Presenters's curator insight, November 10, 10:17 AM
Muchas veces, el aprendizaje se basa en recordar y comprender. Sin embargo, Bloom añade algunos elementos, como, el análisis, la evaluación y la creación para realmente dominar el concepto.
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Characteristics of Effective Learning Feedback

Characteristics of Effective Learning Feedback | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Students work on the feedback provided to them to bring the best out in their performance. However, there can be a possibility that students are getting the right feedback which hinders their growth. Without having the correct feedback it is impossible for students to work on their weak areas. As educators, the feedback provided needs to be of sort that can direct students towards better results.

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Mónica Antequera's curator insight, November 9, 12:30 PM
Características del Feedback Efectivo en Educación
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World-renowned futurist Michio Kaku: This is what higher ed should be teaching students right now 

World-renowned futurist Michio Kaku: This is what higher ed should be teaching students right now  | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

"Soft skills, ease with technologies are some of the most important skills undergrad students should be learning today for the future of tomorrow."


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EDTECH@UTRGV's curator insight, November 8, 6:30 PM

Are you FutureReady?

Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, November 10, 3:12 PM
Therfe is an echo of Albert Einstein's quote "we cannot solve our problems with thinking that created them" in this article. Michio Kaku arges junior high school is the enemy of creativity. Humans are by their nature explorers and researchers.
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Three Ideas for Implementing Learner Reflection

Three Ideas for Implementing Learner Reflection | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Educators have long recognized the importance and applicability of critical reflection across a wide range of educational settings, yet in practice it remains a challenging and nebulous concept for many to firmly grasp. In education, the concept of reflection dates back to the work of John Dewey (1933), who defined it as “active, persistent and careful consideration of any belief or supposed form of knowledge in the light of the grounds that support it and the further conclusion to which it tends” (p. 9). Dewey was the first to point out that experience alone does not constitute learning; instead, a conscious realization must occur for the experience to become a source of learning.

In examining the depth of reflection, Rogers (2001) made an influential and careful study and synthesis, while Peltier, Hay, and Drago (2005) put forward a way to evaluate different levels of reflective thinking, which include habitual actions, understanding, reflection, and critical reflection (refer to Weimer, 2012). Yet the void of ecologically valid classroom-based research on incorporating reflection to improve student learning has left teachers largely on their own when it comes to creating opportunities for reflection in their courses.

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David W. Deeds's curator insight, November 6, 11:16 PM

Thanks again to Jim Lerman. 

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hree Ideas for Implementing Learner Reflection
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No Courses, No Classrooms, No Grades — Just Learning

No Courses, No Classrooms, No Grades — Just Learning | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
A Boston area innovation studio for middle and high school students is bucking the traditional school model for what students love best: hands-on learning.

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Acharya Narmaada K.R.Das's curator insight, May 3, 2014 3:24 AM
In India too This sort of Create Learning has begun .Know Books know Tension ,Know Born/Orthopedic problems.Each Country /State In World should agree .Education is only to teach Basic's But Innovatory Learning sure help over all / Malty functional ,Is for sure. Love & Blessings.
Ra's curator insight, May 3, 2014 4:54 AM

Divorce your school from bells and national standards drive n data production in favour of connections. developing problem based learning requires questioning the structure that our schools operate within. Counter. Culture. 

AleksBlumentals's curator insight, May 6, 2014 2:50 AM

Learning by doing has always been a pattern to master a craft. This is particularly true for the  new-normal which cannot simply be taught as it is not there yet. 

What i mean is that the higher skill of entrepreneurship must be mastered in the same way: by doing, but with an OS that enables better results 

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10 Collaborative Technology Projects Your Students Will Love!

10 Collaborative Technology Projects Your Students Will Love! | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

If your classroom is far from a 1:1 environment (more like 1:32), it can be hard to find great technology projects that really work. Here are some simple tech tools students can use to create awesome projects.


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Carlos Fosca's curator insight, November 18, 2016 5:46 AM

Muy recomendado!!

Elizabeth Hutchinson's curator insight, November 5, 3:21 AM
Love these!
GwynethJones's curator insight, November 5, 2:45 PM

Great ideas for tech collaboration! Reel 'em in! 

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50 000+ Free ESL, EFL worksheets made by teachers for teachers

50 000+ Free ESL, EFL worksheets made by teachers for teachers | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
50,000 ESL, EFL printable worksheets, activities and exercises for teaching your next English class

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, October 26, 8:52 AM

A great place to find and download materials for the ESL classroom.

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10 Practical Strategies to Foster A Growth Mindset Culture in Your Class via educators' technology

10 Practical Strategies to Foster A Growth Mindset Culture in Your Class via educators' technology | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

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Shari Flynt Williamson's curator insight, October 21, 8:17 PM

There's little better in a classroom than a great discussion.  That's why I really like the ideas here, especially under "Encourage Students to Expand their Answers".  A great discussion fosters learning and students never even know it happened.  I still remember some of the great discussions in past classes!

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10 Tools & Resources for Developing Writing Skills

10 Tools & Resources for Developing Writing Skills | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Over the last couple of months I've found and written about a number of really great tools and resources to help improve our students' writing skills. This is a collection of links to reviews of ten of the best.

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Victor Ventura's curator insight, October 23, 8:34 AM
Explore and try a couple from this diverse variety of resources.
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10 Tools & Resources for Developing Writing Skills
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Why Self-Directed Learning Practices Make Us Better Learners

Why Self-Directed Learning Practices Make Us Better Learners | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
In this article, we discuss how the promotion of self-directed learning can be a benefit to every student of every level.

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Christophe BRIGNOT's curator insight, November 3, 1:20 PM
An article full of innovating ideas and two links toward captivating videos.
ThePlanetaryArchives/San Francisco CA's curator insight, November 3, 4:35 PM

Are schools relevant anymore? You should be able to get a degree at yout local library. Schools are mostly about childcare so both parents can work.

Dorothy Retha Cookd's curator insight, November 20, 5:26 AM

Self Directed Learning is a great help for people that learn in different ways than the quote unquote norm but learn their way just the same adult or child.

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10 Tools & Resources for Developing Writing Skills

10 Tools & Resources for Developing Writing Skills | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Over the last couple of months I've found and written about a number of really great tools and resources to help improve our students' writing skills. This is a collection of links to reviews of ten of the best.

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Explore and try a couple from this diverse variety of resources.
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10 Tools & Resources for Developing Writing Skills
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What truly drives change in Education?

What truly drives change in Education? | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Assessment is probably the strongest driver of education and the most significant obstacle to change. While high stakes testing focuses on low order skills, an emphasis on recall of knowledge and learned strategies for responding to predominantly content based questions progress will be stifled. Open a dialogue with teachers about the need to teach dispositions and it will not be long before someone says “That’s all very good, but I need to get my students ready for the test”. 

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, November 13, 12:41 AM

Interesting and insightful article.

Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, November 13, 4:59 PM
One thing that is missed is the role of teachers. I agree that we need goals, parental engagement, and developing skills (or as John Dewey called them habits). The article points a finger at teachers as if the only way to teach creatively is to hold teachers externally accountable. The truth is, when we treat teachers that way, we deny them their creative practices to engage in the change.
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Why Experiential Learning is the future of learning?

Why Experiential Learning is the future of learning? | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

It is a form of learning whereby students are “educated through first-hand experience. They acquire skills, knowledge and experience outside of traditional academic classroom settings. It includes more of internships, studies abroad, field trips, field research and service learning projects.” And with the advent of technological innovation, making use of various educational technologies and Virtual Reality further supports the goals of experiential learning.

To get a glimpse of the experiential/collaborative learning environment in true sense, let’s check out the video below as it provides a glimpse of experiential classroom activity conducted by Disney College Program.


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Lisa Marie Blaschke's curator insight, November 20, 7:30 AM
Experiential learning: One learning approach for realizing Heutagogy in the classroom. 
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The Future of Learning - PDF Version : The Paradigm Shift - MarkTreadwell.com

The Future of Learning - PDF Version : The Paradigm Shift - MarkTreadwell.com | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

"This 200pp resource provides a window into the future of learning that is now urgently required in all schools - NOW! We need to prepare our young people for this century; a century where our learners are increasingly using YouTube to learn about what they need to learn, Just in Time; an era where our personal, social and work places are all experiencing enormous rates of change. How do we prepare learners a world that is increasingly complex; and one that is now demanding high levels of personal competency. 

"This journey begins with an emerging model for how our brain learns. Understanding this background provides us with the capacity to defining what the Learning process looks like (formally referred to as the inquiry process).  

"The human brain is extraordinary, but even more extraordinary is how little we have understood its capacity to learn. As humans, we alone have all four +(1) learning systems, allowing us to take our overwhelmingly rich sensory data to create knowledge and leverage that to build ideas and concepts and then apply those innovatively and ingeniously.

"The Learning Process harnesses this potential, allowing intelligence to be far more equitable than we ever imagined – "all learners are intelligent, and it is time everyone has the opportunity to fulfil the inherent potential that lays within."

"The physical copy of 'The Future of Learning' is accompanied with access to the electronic PDF version. The electronic version is updated every four months to ensure we are keeping you up to date with the very latest information on learning and how we can make that both relevant and equitable." 


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Volkmar Langer's curator insight, November 13, 1:55 AM
This journey begins with an emerging model for how our brain learns. Understanding this background provides us with the capacity to defining what the Learning process looks like (formally referred to as the inquiry process).
Fiona Leigh's curator insight, November 13, 1:52 PM
Another interesting read to remind to be future focussed 
Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, November 14, 1:34 AM
Future of Learning
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Engaging Students' Interest, Not Just Offering Advanced Classes, Best Promotes Interest in STEM Careers

Engaging Students' Interest, Not Just Offering Advanced Classes, Best Promotes Interest in STEM Careers | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
A new study published in the journal Science Education finds that sparking students' interest in science at an early age is more effective at steering them toward eventual careers in the "STEM" fields – science, technology, engineering and mathematics – than pushing high school students into more advanced courses.

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Teachers: your guide to learning strategies that really work

Teachers: your guide to learning strategies that really work | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

"Research on effective learning reveals that an awful lot of what goes on in the classroom simply doesn’t matter. There are many pointless activities that take up valuable time in the name of engagement, merely demonstrating progress as opposed to actually making progress. Often, these approaches not only have limited impact on student learning but can have a hugely detrimental impact on teacher workload and wellbeing.

There is significant evidence to suggest that teachers should prune back what they do and focus on a more streamlined approach in the classroom. So it’s less about spending hours cutting things up and putting them in envelopes, and more about creating conditions in which students can gain long-lasting knowledge that can be applied in a range of situations. The following six principles are a distillation of key research on what really matters in the classroom."


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Ashley Hoyer's comment, November 16, 9:59 PM
@Tera S. Ellis You're right- it is possible that they could become a behavior problem. That makes me think of a child in my classroom- he hasn't been identified in our TAG program; however, I will be recommending him for next year. He tends to distract others and interrupt the learning of others quite possibly because he is completed and not being challenged enough.
Cheryl Turner's comment, November 16, 11:13 PM
Ashley and Tera , thanks for your comments but you are misunderstanding the definition of cognitive load. It doesn't have any thing to do with gifted learners not being stimulated. It has to do with the amount of information any person can handle focusing on at any one time. For instance, if you are trying to do a difficult math problem while listening to a challenging jazz riff or perhaps watch a movie at the same time, the cognitive load of those tasks in combination is going to be excessive. in that situation, you would not be effective at the math problem, because you have increased the cognitive load of the task. You have not increased the difficulty level of the task, in terms of its abstractness or the level of challenge for the mind trying to figure it out, but you have made the conditions less than optimal for that mind to operate on that task.
Ashley Hoyer's comment, November 19, 4:12 PM
@Cheryl Turner I really appreciate the clarification!
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4 Tools to Help Kids Develop Empathy and Cultural Humility

4 Tools to Help Kids Develop Empathy and Cultural Humility | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
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Great Teachers Don't Teach

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Blogger Ben Johnson outlines constructivist and experiential teaching techniques that go beyond direct instruction.

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, October 6, 2:23 PM
The objective is that good teachers create an environment where each student's learning can emerge. I don't think that means they don't teach. Gert Biesta uses John Dewey in his writing argues that teaching is relational. Having a strong grasp of content, being able to deliver it, caring for one's students, etc. each go into creating the environment where learning can emerge.
DEGERT Louis's curator insight, October 11, 4:32 AM
Improving teacher's efficiency 
Margaret Annen's curator insight, October 22, 5:03 PM
"Great Teachers Don't Teach" really sums it up with the idea that real teaching doesn't take place until the student does on their own.  This article relates to my project because I believe one way teachers can learn how to let go is for them to be in the same situation as they need to let their students be and that is be left to do.  The only issue perhaps is educators may go through and experience doing, but giving up the control is hard because day in and day out you have been doing the doing. I believe learning how to let go must be accomplished by learning how to let go.  Educators must plan a lesson and say include one or two steps of letting go.  Then they must build on it, so that day after day they themselves feel comfortable with letting go.  Managing a classroom of students who must do specific things on their own looks and feels different because the students are engaged to the point that they do not want to be interrupted rather they are feverishly and committed to learning.  
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10 Tools for Your Students’ Creativity Toolbox

10 Tools for Your Students’ Creativity Toolbox | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Creativity is a fluid and flexible process. Sometimes the best way to make something new is to muck around. Accept that the first, second, or nth round or draft may not be what is wanted. It’s a messy process. In the act of doing, we find pieces that become the foundation of the product that is eventually shaped.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, October 27, 4:42 AM

An interesting read.

Michael John Freestone's curator insight, October 30, 10:14 AM
Get the brain cells working brainstorming is in!
 
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Why the Increased Focus on Social-Emotional Learning? - by Katherine Prince

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by Katherine Prince

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Shari Flynt Williamson's curator insight, October 21, 8:38 PM

I was a little skeptical on this.  However, if you think about it-it makes sense.  All of this technology used for social media is impeding students from learning to critically think, collaborate, empathize-among other things.  Helping them learn to work closely with others in a school environment will help them learn to engage well with others at work and in society as a whole when they are adults.

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6 tools and tips for taking control of your teacher development

6 tools and tips for taking control of your teacher development | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
As I’m sure you are aware we live in changing times with technology impacting on every aspect of our lives and the lives of our students. Keeping up with these kinds of changes isn’t something we can expect others to do for us. As technology increasingly enables our students to have a greater degree of learner autonomy and drive their own education, we as teachers need to also take responsibility for our own development and ensure we make best use of the opportunities the internet offers.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, October 20, 12:49 AM

The most recent in my series of articles for Cambridge's World of Better Learning blog.

Fiona Leigh's curator insight, October 21, 1:38 AM
Teacher agency -very important for teacher self worth
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Alternatives To Homework: A Chart For Teachers

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Alternatives To Homework: A Chart For Teachers

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Education at a Glance 2017 | OECD 

Education at a Glance 2017 | OECD  | Studying Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
Education at a Glance: OECD Indicators is the authoritative source for information on the state of education around the world. With more than 125 char

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Education at a Glance 2017 | OECD