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Tech, Agency, Voice (On Not Teaching)

Hybrid Pedagogy - May 31, 2018 2463

This keynote opened IPL 2018: New Learning Horizons: Digital and Hybrid Pedagogy / Nye lærinshorisonter — digital og hybrid pedagogikk on 31 May 2018 at NTNU, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. This talk grew out of a question: “How can the use of technology contribute to support student agency and voice?” Along the […]


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Two studies point to the power of teacher-student relationships to boost learning

Hechinger Report - May 21, 2018 1897

Two studies on how best to teach elementary schools students — one on the popular trend of “platooning” and one on the far less common practice of “looping” — at first would seem totally unrelated other than the fact that they both use silly words with double-o’s. “Platooning” refers to having teachers specialize in a […]


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6 Design Principles Of Connected Learning

Spigot Community via @LearningLurker - July 11, 2018 1444

6 Design Principles Of Connected Learning Last updated Jul 9, 2018 3,229 The Learning And Design Principles Of Connected Learning by TeachThought Staff No teacher should be hurting for compelling progressive education content. Sites like edutopia, Langwitches, Cult of Pedagogy, and dozens of others offer outstanding reading on a daily basis to help you improve the things that happen in your classroom. (And this list is frustratingly incomplete–they’re just the sites on my radar that I’ve been reading since I entered education.