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Reflections on “Teaching: A University-Wide Language for Learning” [Supiano]

Teaching: A University-Wide Language for Learning — from by Beckie Supiano Excerpt (emphasis DSC): Last week, as I was interviewing Shaun Vecera about a […]

Why Studying Is So Hard, and What Teachers Can Do to Help [McKenna & Willingham]

Why Studying Is So Hard, and What Teachers Can Do to Help — from by Laura McKenna Beginning in the upper elementary grades, research-backed study […]

An Introduction to Sociocultural Learning Theory

In this blog and video, we will discuss the sociocultural learning theory and how you can apply it in your Instructional Design. The post An […]

Some resources regarding how our emotions impact our learning [Knight]

Learning relies on emotions — from by Melanie Knight From DSC: I don’t know nearly enough about how our emotions impact our learning. But […]

Introducing: ChatGPT Edu-Mega-Prompts [Hardman] + several other items re: AI

Introducing: ChatGPT Edu-Mega-Prompts — from by Dr. Philippa Hardman; with thanks to Ray Schroeder out on LinkedIn for this resource How to combine the […]

Introduction to Discovery-based Learning

Learn about discovery-based learning that encourages learners to uncover new information and concepts independently. The post Introduction to <strong>Discovery-based Learning</strong> appeared first on Check N […]

Using Design Thinking with ADDIE

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For those interested in educational therapy and those teaching students with special needs

Learn Smarter Podcast — from Somewhat along these lines…for some other resources related to the science of learning, see’s research database: Scientific Literature […]

Let’s develop a nationwide, direct-to-learner campaign: “Learn how to learn.” [Christian]

From DSC: Let’s put together a nationwide campaign that would provide a website — or a series of websites if an agreement can’t be reached […]

Situated Cognition Theory: An Introduction, The Benefits, and Applications

Learn how to apply the Situated Cognition theory in Instructor-led and Web-based Training as an Instructional Designer. The post <strong>Situated Cognition Theory: An Introduction, The […]

Some example components of a learning ecosystem [Christian]

A learning ecosystem is composed of people, tools, technologies, content, processes, culture, strategies, and any other resource that helps one learn. Learning ecosystems can be […]

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