In this book by Andy Hargreaves and Dennis Shirley, we get advice on how to approve student engagement. When reading about this topic I was
What the COVID-19 Pandemic Has Taught Us About Teachers and Teaching Andy Hargreaves, University of Ottawa This article is found in the report Children and
I just read this article by By: Michael B. Horn. By fall, every child should have an individualized learning plan. My question is; should they? Post-Covid
Memorization can get a bad rap in education debates, conjuring images of mindless repetition or a “drill and kill” pedagogy. After all, why memorize something
With Hypermedia Mean Improved Student Learning Outcomes? These are actually two different questions that both are of interest to me. Does the use of a
For exams, is using the internet considered cheating? I wrote this article published by KQED in 2012. That was the year the Ministry of Education
One of the strongest sources of negative emotion with colleagues is betrayal I just read this paper published in 2003 and think it is of
Introduction I just read two articles on classroom assessment and self-regulated learning. Be sure to read the reports, you will find the links in this
Coinciding with Women’s History Month, International Women’s Day is a global celebration observed on 8 March every year. It is an opportunity to celebrate the
I just read this research by Eva Svensson, Ann-Marie Pendrill, Susanne Pelger. doi: 10.24834/educare.2020.4.7 It is actually close to our findings in our master thesis , “ Better
Seth Godin I enjoy reading Seth’s blog and this one really caught my attention. Possibly a good way to start a conversation with your colleagues.
In today’s tech-focused world, we often fixate on the biggest technologies. But this often misses some of the most impactful and powerful low-tech solutions to
How to use speech-to-text on Microsoft Word to write and edit with your voice Most schools are experiencing some one kind of lockdown these days.
Boosting your innovation and success, while also having more fun at work? There’s a paradox that’s certainly worth embracing. By Loizos Heracleous and David Robson
Remarkable learning experience I just read about this in Barbra Oakley’s newsletter I get every Friday. I haven’t tried this yet, but I thought I’d share