Ensuring children get enough sleep helps them to thrive academically. All children, including college students, need to have the energy and ability to concentrate, focus and recall information. 12 more words
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… and not one of them starts from prescribed curriculum content!
Redefining learning as the development of attitudes, behaviours and competences allows for the development of a curriculum defined as skills based, relevant and engaging. 202 more words
This article on The Edvocate website certainly accords with my experience of problems encountered in schools when bringing in new learning technologies…
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Education is all about purpose.
Having struggled myself, and taken teachers, students and adults with learning disabilities on this journey, I found this an interesting insight.
I used to tell teachers that they would know when they were mature users of items such as interactive whiteboards… when the students decided when they used them to organise their ideas and present reports to their peers. 34 more words
One area where new learning technologies is have a great impact on learning outcomes is in the field of gaming.
We all appreciate how much time young people today spend in front of computer screens, be they gaming machines or their mobile phones, but what learning is going on there? 176 more words
A periodic table of digital literacies compiled based on Dr Doug Belshaw’s work.
A useful discussion point for CPD activities…