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Augmented Reality (AR) is one of the disruptive technologies we have identified as suitable for teaching in secondary school.
AR is a live, direct or indirect view of a physical real-world environment whose elements are augmented (or supplemented) by computer generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data. 614 more words
by Minch Minchin
Ph.D and J.D. student, University of Florida
Class discussions as a pedagogical tool are as old as teaching, itself.
Yet despite discussion’s rich and ancient lineage, some teachers may be wary of promoting discussions in their classrooms. 946 more words
With new curricula being released in all subject areas in British Columbia, the big lunchroom discussion is often authentic assessment. How do we keep up our expectations for students while still scaling back in our gradebooks to have our reporting reflect only what is essential to learning outcomes? 723 more words
by Margaret Gaylord
Master’s Student, University of Florida
Academic dishonesty has reached epidemic proportions, starting as early as middle school. Cheating is a complicated problem, not just explained away by a lazy student. 827 more words
9 principles of Universal Design assist in designing more effective instruction for students with learning disabilities
by Amanda Kastrinos
Master’s student, University of Florida
The goal of any successful instructor is to teach the course in a way all students will understand. 1,124 more words