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The use of questioning to aid progress

If you are in the teaching profession you know that the term “high order questioning” is used a lot and is an excellent tool to help accelerate learning and improve progress in your students. 776 more words

E-Learning

Science of Learning 1

Dr Nellie Deutsch – Recording from 18th January 2015

https://www.wiziq.com/online-class/2438558-science-of-learning

Some thoughts:

  • I should ensure that I am more focussed and relaxed when learning.
  • I should teach the science of learning to my students as well as trying to promote positive learning experiences.
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Teaching With Technology 2015

Lesson Planning

Whenever we discuss lesson plans in an education class the notion is broad, sweeping over all subjects, and not going much deeper than scratching the surface of what it means to create a lesson plan. 777 more words

EMath 200

Unending quest to learn "To Learn"

After reading the materials in the first module, I just have to get “what is learning now?” out of my system to make sense of all the information that came in. 388 more words

Learning

Infusing Meaning and Rigor Into Language Instruction

By: Dr. Anne Dahlman

In this blog entry, I will attempt to explore strategies that will enable us to provide high levels of cognitive content to our language learners who might be lower in language ability.  2,516 more words

ESL

Questioning as an Instructional Strategy

To begin, I believe that questioning is a great and effective instructional strategy! A questioning technique is so effective because it allows students the opportunity to build a hypothesis on their own. 407 more words

EDU 6526

Flipped classrooms: isn't that the way around it should have been anyway?

There is considerable buzz around universities at the moment about the “flipped classroom”. In essence, this is where the delivery of content is carried out online, leaving the face-to-face time available for discussion, interaction, group work and activities to promote higher level learning. 439 more words