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All about the future of learning.
All about the future of learning.

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In a class discussion or on a problem-solving team, bringing together different viewpoints and experiences makes everyone think harder and provide better evidence for their opinions.

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Could student-created videos help develop #metacognition? Lisa Westman http://ow.ly/RQ0V309egHj #edchat #parenting #edtech #noncog

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A 4-wk program meant to get mathematically inclined kids of color hooked on the fun parts of #math The New York Times http://ow.ly/Zf7H309dU3T #edchat

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How to help students tap leadership potential MiddleWeb KevinHodgson http://ow.ly/betZ309dREW #edchat #mschat #stuvoice

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Young adults are joining clubs to learn how to be adults - financial literacy is a big one Maine Public http://ow.ly/qhU8309dywj #edchat

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To improve a student's information processing around fractions neuroscience tells us teachers should both present information and give students ways to interact with it, in a variety of ways.

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Hamilton is especially galvanizing for the student who believes that stories about 18th century America are distant and irrelevant. For many history teachers, making "ancient" subjects come alive is their biggest challenge.

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Social science studies show people often feel the disruption or mess is getting in the way of their ability to complete the task, while in reality, their discomfort is actually helping them reach higher.

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Do we overvalue in quantity, as opposed to quality, of participation? Are there ways to think about class participation differently?

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The teenage brain is an incredibly fertile place for learning, but it responds best to personal, passionate topics and will easily tune out the boring.
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