Reflections on “Cut the curriculum” [Richardson; K-12 focused]

Cut the curriculum — from willrichardson.com by Will Richardson Excerpt: Here’s an idea: A Minimal Viable Curriculum (MVC). That’s what Christian Talbot over at Basecamp is […]

Top Education Trend of 2018: Active Learning Spaces [Vander Ark]

Top Education Trend of 2018: Active Learning Spaces — from gettingsmart.com by Tom Vander Ark Excerpts: The top learning trend in K-12 learning in 2018 […]

Assessment for Learning: It Just Makes Sense [Box]

Assessment for Learning: It Just Makes Sense — from facultyfocus.com by Cathy Box Excerpt: Assessment for Learning (AfL), sometimes referred to as “formative assessment” has […]

A new idea for a show! Would *you* watch this? [Christian]

From DSC: Not too long ago, I really enjoyed watching a program on PBS regarding America’s 100 most-loved books, entitled, “The Great American Read.”   […]

The Top 20 Education Next Articles of 2018

The Top 20 Education Next Articles of 2018 — from educationnext.org Excerpt: Every December, Education Next releases a list of the most popular articles we published over the course […]

Modern Learners 2018 Provocation of the Year [Dixon]

Modern Learners 2018 Provocation of the Year — from modernlearners.com by Bruce Dixon Excerpt: In this context, provocation is therefore about deconstructing meanings and hidden […]

Virtual classes shouldn’t be cringeworthy. Here are 5 tips for teaching live online [Stachowiak]

Virtual classes shouldn’t be cringeworthy. Here are 5 tips for teaching live online — from edsurge.com by Bonni Stachowiak (Columnist) Excerpt: Dear Bonni: I’m wanting […]

Peer-to-peer explanations, regular review, & interleaving can boost retention. [edutopia]

Humans are hardwired to forget. But research shows that strategies like peer-to-peer explanations, regular review, and interleaving can boost retention. pic.twitter.com/0IVVz2M3FJ — edutopia (@edutopia) December […]

Reflections on obtaining a long term return on investment (ROI) in our current learning

From DSC: First of all, an excerpt from an email from RetrievalPractice.org: Last week, we talked about an activity we call Flash Forward. Simply ask your […]

How faculty can ‘click’ their way to a more inclusive classroom [Hogan & Sathy]

How faculty can ‘click’ their way to a more inclusive classroom — from edsurge.com by Kelly Hogan and Viji Sathy Excerpt: What do you think […]

This type of functionality from Chegg will likely be a piece of a next gen learning platform

The information below is from Heather Campbell at Chegg (emphasis DSC)   Chegg Math Solver is an AI-driven tool to help the student understand math. […]

Teachers across America are obsessed with Google products — here’s how Apple and Microsoft plan to win them back [Premack]

Teachers across America are obsessed with Google products — here’s how Apple and Microsoft plan to win them back — from businessinsider.com by Rachel Premack […]

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