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Peer Feedback, Facebook, and Undergraduate Writing

Article: “Peer Feedback on Facebook: The Use of Social Networking Websites to Develop Writing Ability of Undergraduate Students” by Saovapa Wichadee, published in the Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, October 2013. 159 more words

Computer And Comp Musings

I'm really glad...

Q: Students lead in U:PASS for a wide variety of reasons – to mentor, to gain leadership skills, to improve communication skills, to get educational experience, to see what it’s like working for UTS.  178 more words

Education

Peer Learning

The first, most noticeable difference between peer learning and individual learning is perspective.  I know when I am researching or writing about a topic, I can get very focused on one or two ideas that can take over my work.   550 more words

ED677

Forest school: Inspiring outdoor play and adventure every day, regardless of the weather @sthildasbushey

Jose Martinez has been teaching at St Hilda’s since September 2013. As well as teaching PE, Science and Spanish, Jose is trained in Forest School Education and enjoys working outdoors with children in Bluebird Nursery and the Lower School. 536 more words

Learning Strategies

Clearing the one armed bandits

Three times a year, our classrooms transform: round tables are replaced with rows of tablet-armed desks during the state testing weeks of January, June, and August.    450 more words

Bronx High School

Cornell University

Center for Teaching Excellence:

http://www.cte.cornell.edu/

Commited to the advancement of teaching and learning.

Teaching Ideas:

http://www.cte.cornell.edu/teaching-ideas/

Problem-Based Learning:

http://www.cte.cornell.edu/teaching-ideas/engaging-students/problem-based-learning.html

Problem-based learning (PBL) is a student-centered approach in which students learn about a subject by working in groups to solve an open-ended problem. 289 more words

Higher Education