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Combatting a Rote Legacy

You know it’s a rough day to be a teacher when you have to reprimand a nun for lying to you about doing an assignment. In front of a class. 1,419 more words

Student Demand for Technology is Challenging the Classroom

Blooms taxonomy and how it has adapted to new technology.

The one item this week that was most helpful for me was the revised Bloom’s Taxonomy by Andrew Churches (2012) 418 more words

Features and qualities important to pedagogical models

I have long had an interest in pedagogical and instructional design models and the elements of them I have looked for, as evidence of their quality, has been guided by these questions: 600 more words

Instructional Design

Navigating the USER method: Structure

Part two of the USER method, Structure, consists of two parts: create targets (basically making the lesson plan) and involve and extend (ways to bring learners in and make the learning last longer than the one lesson). 399 more words

Information Literacy Instruction

ETEC 648 Session 3

  1. After reviewing the Quality Matters Checklist, what are three best practices you can extract? List each one and explain its significance and importance. Be sure to give an example of how using this idea would make either delivery or assessment better in a specific eLearning context.
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Levelled Questioning: Help your students bloom in the classroom

Nobody can undergo teacher training without being told more times than they can count how important questioning is in the classroom. Although I don’t want to go over well-covered ground, many teachers ask me about how I structure questions in my classroom and often when I observe others this is the area that is lacking in terms of preparation. 440 more words

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