Virtual Laboratory: Authenticity and Metacognition

Recently I was invited to contribute to the Virtual Laboratory on Cognitive Approaches to L2 Instruction by the Universities of Heidelberg and Kent. It’s always […]

Digital2Learn: Chris Devers [PODCAST S1 E8]

"If you follow the right people on Twitter, the right hashtags, they are posting their research ideas and preprints of their research months, and sometimes […]

TeachTalk Webinar: Metacognition - Creating self-regulated learners

Our webinar today was facilitated by Joshua Caulkins from the School of Life Sciences at Arizona State University. The agenda included: Defining metacognition;   Identifying components […]

RPP #173: Neuro-Andragogy - Presentation by Kristen Betts

This podcast is a presentation entitled "Neuro-Andragogy: Science & Art of Changing the Brain" Presented by Dr. Kristen Betts, Clinical Professor, Drexel University School of […]

Recommended Reading Summary: A Chapter from “How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School”

I recently posted some recommended reading that relates to a virtual class I recently taught on gamification.  (Here is the recording.) This is my own […]

Crash! Bang! Boom! How to add Google Drawings comic strips to your class

We (Cori and Matt) are betting that comics are a memorable part of your childhood, whether they were the color comic strips in the Sunday […]

How To Ensure Students Take Your Feedback Seriously

“Stop ranting!” That’s what students are thinking, whenever a teacher begins giving feedback. Research, too, suggests that most children label feedback as demoralizing, irrelevant and unhelpful. […]

How To Create A Student Centered Classroom

What does it mean to have a student centered classroom? Generally, when people discuss student centered classrooms, they begin by talking about technology, how technology […]

Tweeting as Practice in Metacognition

My Twitter journey has been an intentional one.  I had never used Twitter at all when I signed up for a Canvas Network MOOC on […]

Why Quality Professional Development Matters for Successful Technology Integration

Often, professional development programs for teachers focus over hardware-usage and certain software applications. However, there is another aspect to educational technology training- developing teachers’ knowledge […]

Your Strategies for Success: Metacognitive Skills

In our last blog on Metacognition, we discussed how metacognition could help your students make the grades. In this article, we discuss in depth how […]

How to Help Students Fall in Love with Math

Do your students hate Math? It’s okay, if your answer is yes. As per a survey conducted in 2011 to understand Math relevance to middle […]

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