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I think Kagan’s cooperative learning structures are genius! They are all so simple, quick to implement, targeted at real learning, and loved by kids of any grade level! 616 more words
Thing 18 (Virtual Classroom):
Edmodo: See post in the group as required.
Navigating the Land of Online Learning: In order for a student to be successful learning online, the biggest thing I see him/her needing is the ability to stay organized and motivated. 379 more words
(Read part #1 on Socio(pathic) Skills; the dark tangent of Student-Centred Learning?)
My mentor teacher has not used cooperative learning in the two years that I have been in her classroom. When I asked her about it, she said that she wasn’t against it but that she had never found an effective way of introducing and using it, and that she had never had a group of students whom she felt could take it seriously enough for it to be worthwhile. 449 more words
I admit it; I was in school at a time when the 60s generation free thinking was not a rebellious idea, but a norm – both inside and outside the classroom – and communism was in vogue among intellectuals and teachers. 622 more words