“My Learning Journal”: Try using this tool to boost your learning & identify knowledge gaps [Christian]

From DSC: Here’s an idea that I’ve been thinking about for quite some time now. It’s not necessarily a new idea, but the seed got […]

Reflections on a section from “How the research on learning can drive change” [Sturgis]

How the research on learning can drive change — from gettingsmart.com by Chris Sturgis Excerpt (emphasis DSC): #2 Learning results from the interplay of cognition, emotion, […]

5 easy ways to infuse learning science into remote teaching [Hendricks]

5 easy ways to infuse learning science into remote teaching — from campustechnology.com by Andrea Hendricks These practices will help engage students and improve outcomes […]

7 guiding principles for parents teaching from home [Lee]

7 guiding principles for parents teaching from home — from edutopia.org by Laura Lee Understanding the “why” behind teaching practices can help parents create meaningful […]

Some brief reflections on Philippians 4:8 (NIV)

From DSC: A reminder to myself, and perhaps it will help someone else out there as well… Philippians 4:8 (NIV) — from biblegateway.com 8 Finally, brothers and […]

For those of you who teach and/or give presentations, you might be interested in this new video regarding what’s called “cognitive load” [Christian]

From DSC: For those of you who teach and/or give presentations, you might be interested in a new video that I put together regarding cognitive […]

Learning looks different with every mind. [Christian]

From DSC: What I mean by this is this: While I certainly agree that research has produced excellent, proven, effective pedagogies that work with many […]

“The teacher isn’t teaching and I’m having to teach myself the material” has three embedded misconceptions that need to be addressed. [Talbert]

Three thoughts on active learning and self-teaching — from rtalbert.org Robert Talbert “The teacher isn’t teaching and I’m having to teach myself the material” has […]

Reflections on “An Existential Crisis in Neuroscience” [Guitchounts]

An Existential Crisis in Neuroscience — from by Grigori Guitchounts We’re mapping the brain in amazing detail—but our brain can’t understand the picture. Excerpt: Neuroscientists […]

Four 2020 Training Trends Your Gen Z Workers Will Love

I don’t have to tell you that workforce training has changed dramatically in the last 10 years. Ever since we caught up to the potential […]

The Secret to Student Success? Teach Them How to Learn. [Bain]

The Secret to Student Success? Teach Them How to Learn. — from edsurge.com by Patrice Bain Excerpt: Abby’s story is hardly unique. I often teach […]

The Research is in: 2019 Education Research Highlights [Terada]

The Research is in: 2019 Education Research Highlights — edutopia.org by Youki Terada Does doodling boost learning? Do attendance awards work? Do boys and girls […]

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