Doing a Student Brain Dump Scoot

Starting a new unit or lesson can sometimes be difficult, both for the teacher and the students. How can the educator get them excited/interested in […]

Buncee-Based Learning: Building Block for Knowledge Construction

Ready to adopt powerful learning strategies for use in your classroom? John Hattie, author of the acclaimed Visible Learning research, points out that technology alone […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 6/2/19

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: three questions that can add more meaning to your elearning courses why user-testing can still be […]

10 MORE digital bell-ringer activities to kickstart class (Part 2)

We have a golden window of time at the beginning of any class. For these first five or ten minutes of class (OK, probably more […]

10 digital bell-ringer activities to kickstart class (Part 1)

One of the hooks from the book Teach Like a PIRATE that’s most memorable to me is the Board Message Hook. In a book about engaging students, […]

Incremental Innovations: 3M’s for a Learning #WIN

This week we’re getting our first peek inside the US Bank Stadium here in Minneapolis – the Viking’s spectacular new home. At the beginning of […]

Activate Learner’s Prior Knowledge

Adapted from the original from Elham Thinks That via PressForward. The article is the property of the original author.   Students’ prior knowledge can help […]

How to Activate Learner’s Prior Knowledge?

When designing eLearning courses or trainings, I usually ask myself whether the information in the content is going to help learners understand a point better […]

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