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EDU 6171 Instructional Strategy Observation

I have recently had the privilege of observing two very different classes with two very different goals in mind. One class was comprised of highly gifted students in an 8th grade Biology course. 1,025 more words

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PBL Hangouts

The Buck Institute for Education, creator and host of Edmodo, hosts weekly Hangouts in Google that are quick and excellent. For 30 minutes you get to bask in the light of PBL in the middle of the day. 29 more words

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Schools are still important

Jack Jeffries is a Year 10 student at Parramatta Marist High.  I invited him to write a guest blog as we don’t hear student voice enough when it comes to mapping the future of education.   527 more words

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Engaging Undergraduates with Digital Scholarship Projects

Today, I’m presenting at Temple University Center for Humanities as part of their Digital Humanities in Practice series.  More information is here:  http://www.cla.temple.edu/chat/activities/index.html#davis  This post includes links, references, and slides for my talk. 462 more words

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My Opinion on Do Now: Project-Based Learning

Hello again! Today I will be sharing my opinion on the KQED Do Now regarding Project-Based Learning.

Project-based learning is the idea that students research and discover the topics themselves. 553 more words

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Soon To Be On Late Night T.V.? An Infomercial for Peroxisome...

By Liz Swain, VI Form

An excerpt from the Advanced Biology assignment in the classes of Ms. Berndt and Ms. Lohwater: “Cells, Inc. has hired us to write and ‘produce’ infomercials to sell its organelles. 111 more words

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