Delaying the grade: How to get students to read feedback [Louden]

Delaying the grade: How to get students to read feedback — from cultofpedagogy.com by Kristy Louden Excerpt: This meant that I could return papers with comments […]

My notes on “Teaching Law Students How to Become Metacognitive Thinkers: Helping Students Develop Their Mental Apps”

From DSC: With thanks going out to Nelson Miller, Associate Dean at WMU-Cooley Law School, a Professor of Law, and an author of many of […]

No-quiz retrieval practice techniques [Severs]

No-quiz retrieval practice techniques — from thatboycanteach.co.uk by Aidan Severs Excerpt: So, although quizzing is one popular (and easy) way of ensuring that facts are remembered and recalled, […]

The Learning Scientists: Check them out for some excellent posters, podcasts, blog postings & more!!!

From DSC: I just found out about the work going out at LearningScientists.org. I was very impressed after my initial review of their materials! What […]

Evolve to Solve: 6 Ways to Navigate the Changing Landscape of an Instructional Designer [Davis & Fourie]

Evolve to Solve: 6 Ways to Navigate the Changing Landscape of an Instructional Designer — from er.educause.edu by Sara Davis and Linley Fourie Excerpt: These […]

7 characteristics of successful flipped learning experiences [Honeycutt]

7 characteristics of successful flipped learning experiences — from linkedin.com by Barbi Honeycutt, Ph.D. Excerpt: If your flipped classroom isn’t working the way you thought it […]

Investigating themselves: Students are data detectives in crowd-sourced Big Dayta Project

Over 800 participants worldwide and growing every day Big Dayta is an international collaboration of students sharing what they do every hour for one typical […]

RPP #165: Coursetune - Interview with Maria Andersen

Interview with Maria Andersen, CEO and Co-Founder, Coursetune. Coursetune has a completely new way to visualize the underpinnings and framework of curriculum design - a […]

The foundations of innovation in L&D

There are two sides of the innovation coin in corporate learning & development: technology and pedagogy. The former is rather obvious and is often conflated […]

From DSC: Formative assessments offer enormous benefits! My notes on “The ‘F’ Word: Top Five Complaints (and Solutions) About Formative Assessment” [Duhart]

From DSC: Low-stakes formative assessments offer enormous benefits and should be used extensively throughout K-12, higher education, L&D/corporate universities, in law schools, medical schools, dental […]

6 Reasons Blended Learning Works [Kelly]; From DSC: Note the *team-based effort* in the ID section

6 Reasons Blended Learning Works — from campustechnology.com by Rhea Kelly Excerpts: 6 reasons why blended learning is so effective in higher education: Improved instructional […]

Data, information and knowing your learners

Whether you like it or not data and knowing how to understand, interpret and analyse it is an important facet of the modern educator. There […]

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