Researchers can predict when a student’s mind is wandering. What should we do about it?

Hechinger Report - February 12, 2018 2844

For some education experts, “personalized” learning isn’t only about figuring out how to customize the content of a lesson for each student, but also about how a student is taught. Many students are zoning out even when the instructional content is more or less right. They’re just not in the mood to focus and study. […]

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Reaching Learners With Mobile Learning Infographic

ELearningGraphics - March 07, 2018 2257

Reaching Learners With Mobile Learning Infographic Mobiles are now the natural access point for information. They are the go-to devices for catching-up on news, checking email, being ‘social’, watching videos, listening to music, taking photos, finding directions and general entertainment. Today’s learners are on the go, working remotely and using mobile devices for their day-to-day […]

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Co-Learning: Modeling Cooperative-Collaborative Learning

DML Central - January 29, 2018 2049

.broken_link, a.broken_link { text-decoration: line-through; } Toggle navigation Search Co-Learning: Modeling Cooperative-Collaborative Learning Monday, January 29, 2018 Moving the classroom chairs in a circle had radical effects on the way we all looked at our learning: As I told my students, if we transported a warrior from 1,000 years ago to a present-day battlefield, he would die quickly; if we transported a surgeon from 1,000 years ago to a modern operating room, he wouldn’t know what to do; but, if we transported students and a teacher from 1,000 years ago to most contemporary classrooms, everyone would know where to sit, who was in charge, who would speak, and who would remain silent.