Kendall College of Art and Design spotlights sixteen student projects [dezeen.com]

Kendall College of Art and Design spotlights sixteen student projects — from dezeen.com The post Kendall College of Art and Design spotlights sixteen student projects […]

We need to use more tools — that go beyond screen sharing — where we can collaborate regardless of where we’re at. [Christian]

From DSC: Seeing the functionality in Freehand — it makes me once again think that we need to use more tools where faculty/staff/students can collaborate […]

Reflections on “Do We Really Want Academic Permanent Records to Live Forever on Blockchain?” [Bohnke]

From DSC: Christin Bohnke raises a great and timely question out at edsurge.com in her article entitled: Do We Really Want Academic Permanent Records to […]

7 Digital tools for project-based learning

Students have become more outspoken about the type of education they want. As a teacher, I constantly hear about their desire to learn by doing, […]

A Teacher’s Guide to Genius Hour: How to Perfectly Implement it in Your Class

Image source One of the hardest things to do as a teacher is integrating students’ individual interests with a strict curriculum. We learn best when […]

Five Building Blocks in the New Architecture of High Schools [Vander Ark]

Five Building Blocks in the New Architecture of High Schools — from gettingsmart.com by Tom Vander Ark Key Points Schools personalizing learning and moving to […]

PBL and Transversal Competence: A Free Curriculum

Wish you had free curriculum for your first grade students? Explore This Works!, engaging content with a PBL focus. The post PBL and Transversal Competence: […]

Why the Science of Teaching Is Often Ignored [McMurtrie]

Why the Science of Teaching Is Often Ignored — from chronicle.com by Beth McMurtrie There’s a whole literature on what works. But it’s not making […]

PGCEi Module 2 assignment

I’ve had a few requests for advice on the Module 2 assignment for the PGCEi (Nottingham). You can find an overview of the module here. […]

Animating Kids — Learn Media-Making Superpowers!

AnimatingKids.com — with thanks to Mrs. Julie Bender (an excellent art teacher within the K-12 space) for this resource Free examples: 4 New Animation Kits […]

Problem-Based Learning: Strategies for Forming Effective Learning Behaviors

Problem-based learning starts with a question – a real-life question. It is an educational method that seeks to engage people in what they’re learning. It […]

Why Project-Based Learning could be the right format for your team

One of the greatest challenges of instructional design is finding the right practical activities that allow learners to use the new knowledge in relevant, day-to-day […]

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