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Paper games are easy to make and modify, so students can take charge of game design as well as playing.
Most games, including digital ones, start with a paper prototype. Students and educators can learn from the process of planning, drawing and creating a game on paper.
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NYC high school prepares students to work in aviation NPR's Education Team@Gabrielle_Emanu http://ow.ly/4nvHmC #edchat #cool
Aviation High School mixes advanced academics with aviation mechanics — and a paid internship at a big airline.
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4 Science-Backed Tips For Achieving Your Dreams
How to keep your willpower strong so you can achieve your greatest goals.
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Having a common language around focal character strengths helped facilitate cross-context transfer, which the research revealed doesn't always happen organically.
How do schools that focus on character affect students? One researcher took a close look by comparing schools that focus on moral, civic and performance character.
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The world has #teenage girls totally wrong says psychologist Lisa Damour Quartz http://ow.ly/4ntvBa #edchat #parenting #teens
“It’s not personal; it’s not you,” Damour says.
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Report: nearly half of teachers surveyed use digital games in the classroom Speak Up David Nagel http://ow.ly/4nt0SK #edtech #gbl
Nearly half of all teachers — 48 percent — are using games in their instruction now, according to a new Speak Up research report released by Project Tomorrow. That’s more than double the percentage from five years ago.
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How #colleges can again be levelers of society @nytimesfixes http://ow.ly/tLM630006w1 #edchat #highered #equity
Higher education has become a guardian of class division and privilege, but leadership can reverse that.
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NYC high school prepares students to work in aviation NPR's Education Team@Gabrielle_Emanu http://ow.ly/4nvHmC #edchat #cool
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Intentional efforts to weave spatial activities and language throughout the curriculum has primed girls at one school to enter engineering fields.
One school in Columbus, Ohio, has prioritized spatial skills as part of its strategic plan and incorporates spatial skills into arts and science curriculum.
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In our zeal to break teachers out of their isolated classrooms do we risk burning out introverted teachers?
As learning environments emphasize collaboration and teamwork more often, how can leaders make sure to support introverted teachers and learners?
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3 Ways to Shake Up The Station Rotation Model Catlin Tuckerhttp://ow.ly/4ntv5J #edtech #edchat #blended #blendchat
Over the last two years, I've spent time exploring variations on the established blended learning models. In this post, I want to share three different ways teachers can shake up the traditional approach to the Station Rotation Model. This model does exactly what its name suggests. Students rotate
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Teacher survey finds they don't feel heard in policy discussions that affect their work Education Week http://ow.ly/4nsJSL #edchat
While most teachers are satisfied with their jobs, about half would leave the profession immediately if they got a higher-paying job, the Center on Education Policy found in a new study.
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Technology is revolutionizing the world of education – replacing familiar classroom tools and changing the way we learn. MindShift explores the future of learning in all its dimensions – covering cultural and technology trends, groundbreaking research, education policy and more. The site is curated by Tina Barseghian.