Memorization can get a bad rap in education debates, conjuring images of mindless repetition or a “drill and kill” pedagogy.
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With Hypermedia Mean Improved Student Learning Outcomes? These are actually two different questions that both are of interest to me.
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I just read this article by Terry Heick. Although it is influenced by an American way of thinking school, at
Is it possible? I just read an interesting article about the dilemma of deeper learning and broad content coverage. Christensen
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by Keri Facer and Neil Selwyn April 2021 I just read this paper for the Futures of Education initiative. I
For exams, is using the internet considered cheating? I wrote this article published by KQED in 2012. That was the
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I just read this article from CNN and would like to share it here. Lesson plan Look at the rankings
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