Many students complain that online-based learning doesn’t engage them. Well, check this idea out! [Christian]

From DSC…by the way, another title for this blog could have been: WIN-WIN situations all around! The Theatre Departments out there could collaborate with other […]

Genially: A Fun New Tool For Distance Learning Projects

Photo by August de Richelieu from Pexels As distance learning becomes part of our “new normal”, teachers are working harder than ever to implement effective […]

PGCEi Module 2: Understanding Learning and Teaching in International Contexts

Module 2 of the PGCEi (though Nottingham) is in two parts. Part A starts with framing unit. It introduces various theories of learning such as […]

Problem Based Learning: Med School Lessons

There are as many ways to learn as there are learners in the world. Though several tried and true techniques are emulated or replicated by […]

DC: For those involved in Theatre, here’s to such innnovation in the future!

From edsurge.com today: THOROUGHLY MODERN MEDIA: This spring, a college theater course about women’s voting rights aimed to produce a new play about the suffrage […]

Creating remote communities of learners; recent resources from “A New Way Forward”

Recent resources from A New Way Forward: 10 Things To Do in the First Weeks of School to Connect with Learners in Distance Learning — […]

A few creative ways to use student blogs [Gonzalez]

A few creative ways to use student blogs — from cultofpedagogy.com by Jennifer Gonzalez Excerpt: Since those early days the blog has really evolved as […]

Education For Robotics

The article presents an Italian educational program for teaching robotics in the new industrial world. This develops abilities to communicate, cooperate, and collaborate in group […]

Integrating Project-Based Learning Into Online Learning

The transition of traditional learning into online learning would have taken years, but due to the lockdown, it happened in weeks. This post was first […]

Project-based learning at home

It all started with a pandemic Dear reader, as you are well aware, back in March a global pandemic struck The post Project-based learning at […]

How to throw culminating events — online!

It is spring. I know, snow has fallen and it has been cold lately, but it’s officially May. And while The post How to throw […]

Connecting students to community in the Northeast Kingdom

How do we help students connect to their communities, and consider how to enrich community life? That’s the question Chrissy The post Connecting students to […]

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