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Using phonics in the adult learning context (#AusELT Twitter chat summary)

The last #AusELT Twitter chat of 2015 was on the topic of using phonics in the adult learning context.

With apologies for the long delay, you can now read the… 33 more words

#AusELT Twitter Chat

Mott CTL Tech, Paula Harris, and the Multigenerational Classroom

Community Colleges are known for enrolling a wide range of demographics within their student body. This creates further challenges to faculty as we try to engage learners with a broader range of experiences in technology. 47 more words

Good Reading

Principios para implementar y fomentar un programa de dos idiomas - Ryan Pontier/Paula Moujalli

¿Qué significa ser bilingüe?

Los bilingües:

  • Usan más de un idiomas a grados diferentes.
  • Usan estos idiomas para una variedad de propósitos.

Niño bilingüe:

Alguien que está expuesto a dos idiomas sin importar su nivel de suficiencia en cada idioma. 282 more words

Teaching Approaches

Creating Intentional Teaching and Learning Opportunities Using STEM

Defining STEM for Early Childhood:

  • Science is a way of thinking: Science is observing and experimenting, making predictions, sharing discoveries, asking questions, and wondering how things work.
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Early Childhood

Total control: a user model for student results

Yesterday, I wrote:

We need assessment systems that work for the student first and everyone else second.

This is now one of my principle aesthetics for evaluating assessment systems.

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Education

Handwriting - how to teach it?

I know that there has been much debate around the topic of handwriting on Twitter lately, and it is one which continues in our house. 592 more words

Curriculum

Technology and its Softer side to Learning

Much has been written on the topic of incorporating technology into the classroom, all in the name of increasing student success through increased engagement. Technology has been an important factor in the concept of the… 446 more words

Student Learning