What is incidental learning, and how can we use this when teaching foreign languages? Incidental learning refers to any learning that is unplanned or unintended.
Unparalleled in intensity’ – 1,500 book bans in US school districts. More than 1,500 book bans have been instituted in US school districts in the
How will AI change education? In recent years, most students in Norwegian schools have their own digital devices, either a PC, iPad, or Chromebook, all
Leadership Leadership is about making others better as a result of your presence and making sure the impact lasts in your absence. Loved the latest
Teacher strikes might be a reality in Norway by the end of May. Last year’s strike did not have the desired effect even if many
The School Hall Pass Is Going Digital. Is That a Good Thing? I just read this article in EdSurge and it reminded me of the
This article was written by Seth Godin. When Betty Crocker (not her real name) first started selling cake mixes, all you had to do was
Interesting point about textbooks You can say what you want about using textbooks in class, often depending on the subject taught. The quality of the
And the same goes for high school students is my educated guess! The research evidence is clear. Learning by trying something yourself is superior to
A Review of the Research Research from 2016 by Tara Kini and Anne Podolsky looked at the question; Do teachers continue to improve in their
Problem-based learning (PBL) is a teaching style that pushes students to become the drivers of their learning education. Problem-based learning uses complex, real-world issues as the
By reading this background paper, you will learn more about the model of effective communication that is the focus of this module. Viviane M J
Concerned Parents and Lawmakers “Recently, lawmakers in Iowa penned a bill that, if passed, would have required cameras in every K-12 classroom in the state.
Discussion topics I just read this article by Eric Sheninger. “The Role of a Leader in Building Capacity” Here are some points to consider, is
I just read this article by Terry Heick. Although it is influenced by an American way of thinking school, at least that is my opinion,