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23 propositions in an attempt to etch out the paradox of the modern teacher.
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Teachers who effectively use technology in the classroom have one thing in common: They care more about learning than the tools that cause it.
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Connected learning prepares students to make meaningful contributions to today’s rapidly changing work and social conditions.
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We developed a taxonomy to provide a schema of prompts that could be used by students and teachers to hone their reflective thinking skills.
Adaptive computer-based testing slowly begins to replace one-size-fits-all assessment of academic proficiency.
During meaningful conversations, students are forced to be accountable for positions, to listen, and to analyze opposing perspectives & ideas.
In this alternative to letter grades, work is first graded and then, through revision and iteration, is gradually improved and ultimately curated.
Most of these Bloom's taxonomy poster examples are concept maps with a design that signifies extended function, detail, or features.
What if a class consisted of words that led to information that whirled into blended realms of creativity set up just for students, created by students?
Teaching for disruption means that things aren’t always going to according to plan—your plan, anyway.
Implementing the instructional process of formative assessment can actually maximize time for teaching and learning.