Investigating Science with Flipgrid

Regardless of what grade you teach, science processing skills are critical for all students to master. Though the focus of the content may change by […]

Facebook Fridays: Merissa Waddey / GoReact [BROADCAST VIDEO]

From early benchmarking to student teaching in the field, GoReact allows educators to capture video of students for feedback, grading, and critique of their skills. […]

#GuildChat for 02/2/18: Tacit Knowledge Sharing & Supporting

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, February 2 at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic for this week’s chat is on Tacit Knowledge.  Organizational knowledge […]

Basic Science Skills to Let You Tackle Any Problem as a Student

Scientific knowledge is crucial for every professional field. There is a simple explanation for that. By understanding the algorithm of any process and the way […]

IATEFL 2017: Does feedback work?

A summary of Loraine Kennedy’s main points from the talk ‘In one ear and out the other: does feedback work?’ You can access the session […]

Keep it Social: Using Social Learning Theory to Improve Instructional Strategies

I’m going to come right out and say it: learning is social. All learning occurs in a social context. Whether it is the social pressures/motivators […]

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