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6 Golden Rules For Engaging Students

6 Golden Rules For Engaging Students by TeachThought Staff If the mind of a student isn’t engaged, understanding and content mastery don’t stand a chance; If the mind and heart together aren’t engaged, long-term retention and transfer of understanding and content mastery are unlikely as well. The accompanying graphic does a good job of representing both […]

3 Ways To Bring Live Blogging To The Classroom

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by Heather Edick

Using ‘Self-Initiated Transfer’ To Drive 21st Century Assessment

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by Terry Heick
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12 Powerful New Ideas For 21st Century Learning

How we learn is changing in response to a changing environment, from fluid digital environments to constant access to information, incredible peer networks to learning simulations, 21st century learning is teeming with possible learning pathways....The post 12 Powerful New Ideas For 21st Century Learning appeared first on TeachThought.

3 Hurtful Trends In Educational Technology–And How To Mitigate Their Effects

Let’s play word association for a moment. When you read the word teacher, what’s the first image that pops in your head? How about school? What about technology? For me, technology is all about change. (I know that’s not really...The post 3 Hurtful Trends In Educational Technology–And How To Mitigate Their Effects appeared first on TeachThought.

Why Apple Is In Trouble

Why Apple Is In Trouble by Terry Heick While it will be years before the long-term effects to its elegant product and billion-dollar brand are known, it’s clear that with the death of Steve Jobs,...The post Why Apple Is In Trouble appeared first on TeachThought.

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