DC: Helping our students in K-20 learn how to learn. Post includes several resources re: metacognition.

From DSC: From an early age, we need to help our students learn how to learn. What tips, advice, and/or questions can we help our […]

Using music to teach math. Very interesting! Teachers: Might this approach help 1 or more of your students better connect w/ math?

From DSC: While I haven’t gone through all of these videos/modules/practice problems, I find the idea of using music to teach math very intriguing. So […]

“As educators, how do we prepare today’s students for a future employment landscape that is vastly different from what we ourselves have known?” [Niehoff]

Training today’s learners to be the hired guns of tomorrow — from gettingsmart.com by Michael Niehoff Excerpt: Freelancer. Free Agent. Independent Contractor. Consultant. Hired Gun. […]

DC: Reflections on “TV is (finally) an app: The goods, the bads and the uglies for learning” [Norris & Soloway]

TV is (finally) an app: The goods, the bads and the uglies for learning — from thejournal.com by Cathie Norris, Elliot Soloway Excerpts: Television. TV. […]

Talk about displaying your students’ artwork throughout your hallways!!! (What about on your connected “TVs?”) Talk about discovering & displaying art masterpieces! Wow! Very cool.

From Elliott Masie’s Learning TRENDS – January 3, 2018. #986 – Updates on Learning, Business & Technology Since 1997. 2. Curation in Action – Meural […]

“Utilize virtual showrooms | See stores in your living room.” DC: If this is how retail could go, what might be the ramifications for learning-related environments & for learners’ expectations?

Cisco: “Utilize virtual showrooms | See stores in your living room.” DC: If this is how retail could go, what might be the ramifications for […]

DC: The next generation learning platform will likely offer us such virtual reality-enabled learning experiences such as this “flight simulator for teachers.”

Virtual reality simulates classroom environment for aspiring teachers — from phys.org by Charles Anzalone, University at Buffalo Excerpt (emphasis DSC): Two University at Buffalo education researchers […]

Alexa, how can you improve teaching and learning? [Roddy]

Alexa, how can you improve teaching and learning? — from edscoop.com by Kate Roddy with thanks to eduwire for their post on this Special report:? […]

Reflections on “Keeping Joy in the Classroom” [Koplik]

Keeping Joy in the Classroom — from teachervision.com by Lisa Koplik How do we keep joy in our classrooms — for both students and teachers? […]

Some predictions for 2018: Learning-wise & tech-wise

eLearning: Predictions for 2018 — from news.elearninginside.com by Cait Etherington Excerpts: The educational technology sector grew substantially in 2017 and all signs point to even […]

DC: If we need to interact with content to learn it…how might mixed reality allow for new ways of interacting with such content?

From DSC: After reviewing the article below, I wondered...if we need to interact with content to learn it…how might mixed reality allow for new ways […]

15 Gifts Any Art Teacher Would Love this Holiday Season [Harmon]

15 Gifts Any Art Teacher Would Love this Holiday Season  — from theartofed.com by Wynita Harmon Excerpt: With the holidays just around the corner, the […]

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