You might be interested in reviewing one or more of the items out at Faculty Focus Live Podcasts.

From DSC: You might be interested in reviewing one or more of the items out at Faculty Focus Live Podcasts. Some example podcasts: Episode 11: Assessing […]

Planning for a blended future: A research-driven guide for educators [Joosten & Weber]

Planning for a blended future: A research-driven guide for educators — from everylearnereverywhere.org by Every Learner Everywhere in partnership with Online Learning Consortium (OLC) & […]

Growth Mindset Leadership & The Pygmalion Effect [Ragan, Rosenthal, Rubie-Davies, Merzenich]

Growth Mindset Leadership & The Pygmalion Effect — from by Trevor Ragan and the Learning Lab; featuring Robert Rosenthal, Christine Rubie-Davies, and Michael Merznich. With […]

Student Experiences Learning with Technology in the Pandemic [educause.edu]

Student Experiences Learning with Technology in the Pandemic — from educause.edu Excerpts: However, as most institutions pivoted to remote learning as a result of the […]

Evolving Instruction in a Rapidly Changing World [Sheninger]

Evolving Instruction in a Rapidly Changing World — from esheninger.blogspot.com by Eric Sheninger Excerpts: In Chapter 3 of Disruptive Thinking in Our Classrooms, I lay out […]

A smorgasboard of apps and tips — including one that can trace where water flows within the U.S.

Leveraging EdTech: brilliant tools for student voice — from global-edtech.com by Cecilia Astolfi Cecilia Astolfi provides three very useful tips for any teachers wishing to […]

Wow! Some significant statements coming from this highly-regarded physics professor!

Teaching: Why an Active-Learning Evangelist Is Sold on Online Teaching — from chronicle.com by Beth McMurtrie Excerpts: Now, says Mazur, the results are in and […]

Tools to Boost Student Engagement at the End of the Year [Dene Poth]

Tools to Boost Student Engagement at the End of the Year — from gettingsmart.com by Rachelle Dene Poth Excerpts: EdLight Figment AR Gimkit Draw Nearpod […]

Video Lectures: 4 Tips for Teachers [Ofgang]

Video Lectures: 4 Tips for Teachers — from techlearning.com by Erik Ofgang Creating short and engaging video lectures for students is a growing trend at […]

Who should lead on digital in your school?

Who should lead on digital in your school? It’s a question I’m often asked. Many think it should fall upon the shoulders of the Head […]

The importance of edtech efficacy

In recent years, a welcome change in the world of edtech has been the developing conversation around the effective use of technology being reinforced by […]

Six postings designed to help students learn how to study effectively [Megan Smith & Yana Weinstein]

Learn How To Study Using… Dual Coding — from learningscientists.org by Megan Smith & Yana Weinstein Excerpt: This is the final post in a series […]

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