An exciting update to my work ICT Evangelist!

I am truly blessed to do the work that I do. Working with schools and helping leaders, teachers, and pupils, I get to fulfil my […]

Think, Pair, Share (on Twitter) — Dr. Honeycutt references The Scholarly Teacher blog

From DSC: Perhaps folks might want to experiment with the teaching strategy as mentioned below from Dr. Barbi Honeycutt’s Lecture Breakers Weekly e-newsletter. From The Scholarly Teacher blog […]

3 Tips for Making Passion-Based Learning Work Successfully [Pierce]

3 Tips for Making Passion-Based Learning Work Successfully — from thejournal.com by Dennis Pierce Excerpt: Passion-based learning, a form of self-directed learning in which students […]

Create E-learning content that actually works [Claned]

@CanvasLMS users, checkout this great article on creating e-learning content. #CanvasLM #CanvasFAM https://t.co/TgYrHbX35z — Jim Wolf M.S.Ed., M.S.Ed.I.T. (@wjameswolf) October 5, 2021 Here’s an example […]

Talking About Forgetting with Students [Harvard]

Talking About Forgetting with Students — from theeffortfuleducator.com by Blake Harvard Excerpt: Over the course of 24 hours, students are going to forget a lot […]

Think-Pair-Share: The Basics! [The Scholarly Teacher Team]

Think-Pair-Share: The Basics! — from lillyconferences.com by The Scholarly Teacher Team Think-Pair-Share is a collaborative learning strategy that promotes critical thinking and peer learning. This […]

Common Anxieties in Beginning HyFlex: Learning to Teach a HyFlex Class [Beatty]

Common Anxieties in Beginning HyFlex: Learning to Teach a HyFlex Class — from hyflexlearning.org by Brian Beatty Excerpt: Not surprisingly, one of the biggest anxieties – […]

#Edtech efficacy and pedagogical value in edtech

In my role as Head of Education at NetSupport, I recently had the opportunity to meet with and interview Olli Vallo, CEO of Education Alliance […]

Resources from “The Science of Learning” [deansforimpact.org]

Resources from “The Science of Learning” — from deansforimpact.org Excerpt: The Science of Learning summarizes existing cognitive-science research on how students learn, and connects it to […]

Feynman – Don’t lecture and Feynman Technique [Clark]

Feynman – Don’t lecture and Feynman Technique — from donaldclarkplanb.blogspot.com by Donald Clark Excerpt from the Feynman Technique section Write down everything you think you know […]

This article is for us IDs, trainers, teachers, faculty members, & teams who are working on creating online-based learning…

From DSC: For IDs, trainers, teachers, faculty members, & teams who are working on creating and delivering online-based learning……the following article is a good one […]

150 learning theorists… 2500 years of learning theory… from Greeks to Geeks! [Clark]

150 learning theorists… 2500 years of learning theory… from Greeks to Geeks! — from onaldclarkplanb.blogspot.com by Donald Clark Excerpt: These were written as quick, readable […]

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