Category Archives: Education

Adjusting the default settings: Educoach

RT @CmunroOz “Adjusting your default settings through coaching  … #educoach @jocpyp @debsnet http://t.co/kk2lj7CiiU” http://t.co/XjiSO5pXKK

How can the US improve foreign language education?

RT @MsClaraGalan “How can the US improve foreign language education?  … via @TheAtlantic #langchat #edchat” http://t.co/1jynGmJen9

Happiness correlates to achievement

Happiness correlates with intrinsic motivation & grades; sometimes it takes a Harvard study to point out the obvious: http://t.co/uGV51SizB8

The Perfect Language Learner

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RT @LanguageDove “The perfect #language #learner http://t.co/0AcgV87tsm”

Neuroscience & teaching

“A Primer: Neuroscience & Teaching Strategies”http://t.co/ln9R2WRgx6 #blendedlearning

Make Thinking Visible

RT @HollyClarkEdu “Making Thinking Visible in a Technology Infused Classroom   #edtech http://t.co/V9GKad05rl” http://t.co/WSw5jwq18y

#Flip your class with new guide by #Coursera

Interactive Guide to Making Flipped Videos for your class–http://t.co/Tjjgxo00eN Thanks @coursera !

Proficiency based learning

“With Proficiency-based learning, educators provide kids with a vision about what is great about being an adult.”

Proficiency based, or mastery based learning–either of these keywords brings up a growing wealth of discussion leading beyond the macro-differentiation of many current blended learning programs and make entry into the world of micro-differentiation possible. If teachers could go beyond standards and into creating content that shows mastery, many students would follow.

Are you ready to go Blended?

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RT @gmagley “How Do You Score on This Blended Learning Checklist?  … #edtech via @EdSurge” http://t.co/MLC3pv5y7S

GoogleEduOnAir Mantra

Stop asking kids what they want to be when they grow up. Start asking “What problems do you want to solve when you grow up?” #GoogleEduOnAir