7 Tips on how to Drive Students Motivation ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
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This is a motivational chart where it gives the teacher ideas or example of how to motivate different types of students. It fits in with several theorist one of which is Skinner's positive/negative reinforcement.
7 Tips on how to Drive Students Motivation ~ This post focuses on encouraging student motivation. It stresses the importance of intrinsic motivation and how the student sees themselves in the teacher's eyes as opposed to extrinsic rewards. Each suggestion discusses a need of the student in some way focusing on Maslow's Hierarchy of Need.
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7 Tips on how to Drive Students Motivation ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. Learn more about the LMS Schoology, here: http://t.sch.gy/HEMsG
How to Drive Motivation Educational Leadership:Motivation Matters:EL Takeaways #infographic
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 7 Tips on how to Drive Students Motivation
7 Tips on how to Drive Students Motivation ~ need to show this to my parents
7 Tips on how to Drive Students Motivation ~
Making Thinking Visible
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App Smashing with Qr Code linking to an app, then using Stick Around App and creating a puzzle.
This could be a great idea for keeping students on track during independent work time...
Making thinking visible: apps & web tools
12 apps to help make thinking visible
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The new visual below is intended to give teachers and students more choices of make their thinking and learning visible using the following platforms, activities, tools, Visible Thinking Routines as an option or starting off point. The suggestions include tools and platforms that are specifically suited to connect, collaborate, communicate and create, 21st century style, one’s process and make it easier to amplify and to document4learning.
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KWHLAQ chart is a different take on the KWL chart. It is intended to give teachers and students more choices of their thinking and learning.
In 2011, I wrote a blog post, titled Upgrade your KWL Chart to the 21st Century. It described how I learned about a new version of the traditional KWL (What do I Know, What do I Want to know and wh...
I think the KWL chart is a great way to track your students' progress, and this extension is even better. This KWHLAQ chart allows for students to take hold of their own learning. They are able to identify for themselves what they want to learn, and then show that they really understand what they are supposed to have learned.
This visual is intended to give teachers & students more choices to make their thinking & learning visible. The suggestions include tools & platforms that are specifically suited to connect, collaborate, communicate, & create, 21st century style, one’s process & make it easier to amplify & to document4learning.
GREAT improvement on the old KWL chart...The new visual below is intended to give teachers and students more choices of make their thinking and learning visible using the following platforms, activities, tools, Visible Thinking Routines as an option or starting off point. The suggestions include tools and platforms that are specifically suited to connect, collaborate, communicate and create, 21st century style, one’s process and make it easier to amplify and to document4learning.
Could potentially incorporate into the big six research steps?
KWHLAQ: KWHLAQ for the 21st Century: Parent and Teacher Links
KWL chart for the 21st century upgraded. Genius Hour guide.
Upgrade your KWL Chart to the 21st Century.
Inquiry questions teachers should ask ...
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Great questions to cultivate critical thinking skills and intellectual independence in children while encouraging them to develop thoughtfulness as a habit.
21st CENTURY LEARNING | Use these questions to get your student critically thinking and verbally communicating
GE Practice : Critical Thinking Skills Are Taught. 5 questions to increase engagement and critical thinking in your classroom.
5 Simple Questions: A wonderful tool for the classroom -- increases engagement and critical thinking among your students.
5 questions to increase engagement and critical thinking in your classroom. Inquiry learning
5 essential questions teachers should ask students every day for inquiry based learning!
5 Simple Questions to Promote Critical Thinking.
Embedded image permalink 5 simple questions
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scaffolding in education
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Scaffolding in Education - infographic ....Follow for Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)
Scaffolding Education brings up a variety of new facets or approaches being used by teachers.
Get savvy about the structure of #education with this super informative infographic #teaching
scaffolding in education infographic. I like the idea of the 'wheels turning'
Scaffolding, teaching. The family business.
Scaffolding in #Education #INFOGRAPHIC
Alternatives to homework
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I really like about two of these. If you could move your teachers to using ONE of these alternative assessments, which one would you choose?
Awesome Chart for Teachers- Alternatives to Traditional Homework ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning vía @Juan Farnós Miró
Alternatives to traditional homework assignments. CAN SOMEONE SHOW THIS TO MY TEACHERS???
Alternative homework assignments. Seriously, more teachers need to read this.
Alternative assessments instead of traditional homework
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Alternative homework ideas
You failed. OUTSTANDING! 37 second video to reinforce that failure is an important part of learning! Terrific as a discussion starter!
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You failed. 37 second video to reinforce that failure is an important part of learning! Terrific as a discussion starter!
So the video clip doesn't hold the quote, but I swear it rolls with it quite wonderfully. ( ; The quote in question? Well you'll just have to follow the link...
You failed. OUTSTANDING! 37 second video to reinforce that failure is an important part of learning! Terrific as a discussion starter, and perfect for Back to School.
You failed. 37 second video to reinforce that failure is an important part of learning! Terrific as a discussion starter and for students who feel like they are always struggling. Watch on Youtube at: https://youtu.be/7p_eKV3SzwE
You failed. OUTSTANDING! 37 second video to reinforce that failure is an important part of learning! Terrific as a discussion starter! More free #math ideas here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Mathfilefoldergames/Price-Range/Free
Brief, to the point and cute kid video to reinforce that failure is an important part of learning! Terrific as a discussion starter. Subscribe to Life's Learning's blog at: http://lifeslearning.org/ Facebook for Counselors: Facebook.com/LifesLearningForCounselors Twitter: @sapelskog. Facebook for Everyone: www.facebook.com/LifesLearningForEveryone
[Sounds promising but I have yet to be able to watch this after 5 minutes of loading and then stalling in the middle of this 37 sec clip. :p] You failed. OUTSTANDING! 37 second video to reinforce that failure is an important part of learning! Terrific as a discussion starter!
You failed. OUTSTANDING! 37 second video to reinforce that failure is an important part of learning! Terrific as a discussion starter! From one of my favorite cartoons (annual last day of school video)...Meet the Robinsons. Love it!
An A-Z of Learning
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Jom try! Here is a great chart for use with colleagues and / or students, providing some great learning tips.
Here is a great chart for use with colleagues and/or students, providing some great learning tips. #goalsetting and #KPI Experts Follow us now on Twitter @jamsovaluesmart and see the latest news on http://www.jamsovaluesmarter.com
Skills to enhance Learning - Here is a great chart for use with clients and/or students, providing some great skills for enhanced learning.
Here is a great chart for use with colleagues and/or students, providing some great learning tips. Created by Dennis Callahan at learnstreaming.com, the chart is a great motivator to help people to learn in a smart fashion
26 Tips to Help Students Become Better Learners ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
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26 Tips...by the alphabet...to help kids THINK...
35 Psychology-based critical thinking strategies for your classroom.
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35 Psychology-based critical thinking strategies for your classroom. ... http://www.pinterest.com/vycine/education-biology/
35 Psychology-based critical thinking strategies for your classroom - I think these will be good tips for AVID students.
35 Psychology-Based Critical Thinking Strategies.... http://www.teachthought.com/learning/35-psychology-based-critical-thinking-strategies/
35 Psychology-Based Critical Thinking Strategies. Metacognition, anyone? But is this critical thinking?
35 Psychology-Based Critical Thinking Strategies http://personal-spanish-online.tumblr.com for more information about new learning and teaching techniques
35 Psychology-Based Critical Thinking Strategies by Sara Briggs, opencolleges.edu.au Have you ever considered letting your students l...
Good strategies: 25-psychology-based-critical-thinking-strategies
35 Psychology-based Critical Thinking & Learning Strategies
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Visual notetaking model http://sachachua.com/blog/2013/05/sketchnote-visual-thinking-patricia-kambitsch/
INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN: Sketchniting: This is a great way to take class notes and study if you are a visual learner
UITPRINTEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Tips for sketchnoting. This is a great way to take class notes and study if you are a visual learner
Tips for sketch noting- great way to take class notes and study if you are a visual learner
Visual-Thinking sketch notes
Follow for Free 'too-neat-not-to-keep' literacy tools fun teaching stuff :) .....awesome Bloom's Taxonomy Anchor!!
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BLOOM’S REVISED TAXONOMY WITH VERBS! I had to learn Blooms Taxonomy for my Nursing Teaching and Learning course for my BSN
The various levels of Bloom’s (Revised) Taxonomy are pretty well known to most teachers at this point. The gradated levels of critical thinking allow teachers to build lesson plans and identify learning outcomes that are appropriate for the level of exploration of material for the students at that time. A useful way of understanding how …
The 6 Levels Of Bloom's Taxonomy, Explained With Active Verbs. Nice poster for students to use during critiques and even for future teachers to use for lesson plan development.
Teacher- Education and Training Career Cluster. Blooms taxonomy is something every teacher used in his/her classroom everyday. It guides the success in the classroom.
Bloom's revised Taxonomy with verbs! Even though Bloom's Taxonomy is a little outdated now with common core, I like the verbs, which can be applied to the DOK
A New Wonderful Bloom's Taxonomy Visual for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
Bloom's Taxonomy #bloomstaxonomy
Thinking about thinking and reflecting on learning.
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You should SEE EVIDENCE of your students' learning EVERYDAY. Exit Slips are an excellent way to ensure that your students are reflecting on their learning as well as a way to keep tabs on their progress.
Create a "master" anchor chart with the prompts and use them for different lessons. Students can choose the color they want to answer or you can assign specific colors to individuals.
See evidence of students' learning and progress every day - Exit Slips.
You should SEE EVIDENCE of your students' learning EVERYDAY.
Feedback thinking about thinking and reflecting on learning.
Here's a nice page for reflecting on learning.
reflecting on learning.
Student "Exit Slips"
Exit ticket ideas
On Twitter, I recently shared an excellent article by Justin Tarte called 5 Questions Every Teacher Should Ask Him/Herself. The first reflection question Justin recommends is: Who is doing a majority of the talking in your classroom? It’s the person who is doing the majority of the talking that tends to do the most learning, so what …
8 ways teachers can talk less and get kids talking more | The Cornerstone
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Love these! Great thing to keep in mind, especially for a first year teacher
teach more by talking less. engaging students with collaborative discussions
Interesting article about engaging students in conversation more.
Fostering student accountable talk and student engagement ideas
Basics. Good reminders for facilitating class discussion.
Those first year teacher probs
The 5 Levels of Student Engagement
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Teaching Resource: A Must See Visual Featuring The 5 Levels of Student Engagement ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning #ACTFL
Os Cinco Níveis de Engajamento dos Estudantes // The 5 Levels of Student Engagement ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning #edtech #elearning
The 5 Levels of Student Engagement ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning #edtech #elearning
Schlechty's levels of engagement infographic
sumardihamid: Curious about the level of engagement of your students in your class? This infographic will help you to understand about the engagement levels of your students. It is inevitable for teachers to know the engagement levels of their students so that they will be able to recognize and understand the status of their classroom, whether or not it is the highly engaged, well-managed or pathological classrooms. Having that in mind, the teachers can do something to improve the status of the classroom if it needs remedial actions before it becomes worst. Source: http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/11/a-must-see-visual-featuring-5-levels-of.html Other links: http://www.schlechtycenter.org/system/tool_attachment/4046/original/sc_pdf_engagement.pdf?1272415798http://www.cobbk12.org/sites/ALT/training/forms/cwt/Engagement.ppt Very informative. I like that it shows there is no such thing as “perfect.”
What Teachers Need to Know about Fixed Vs Growth Mindset ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
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The Fixed Mindset vs the Growth Mindset - Oh, yes! Project Info: Stanford, magazine article, 2007, USA Data Source: Carol Dweck: Mindset: The New Psychology of Success", 2006. Design: Nigel Holmes www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2012/mar/16/infographics-data-visualisation-history?CMP=SOCNETIMG8759I
Fixed vs. Growth Mindset via Carol Dweck. So interesting to have a conversation about this with my 10-year-old son and have him recognize his typical fixed mindset yet want to develop a growth mindset
Fixed Mindset vs. Growth Mindset A growth mindset will help you achieve more, according to Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck. Challenges: embrace them Obstacles: persist in the face of setbacks Effort: see it as the path to mastery Criticism: learn from them Success of others: find lessons and inspiration in others’ success
taschen informationgraphics: fixed vs growth mindset http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2014/01/29/carol-dweck-mindset/
Fixed mindset vs Growth mindset. Goes along with "The Secret to Raising Smart Kids" by Carol Dweck (http://www.ccsf.edu/Campuses/Downtown/scientific_american.pdf)
Fixed Mindset Vs #GrowthMindset ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning #NurturingBrilliance
Fixed vs. Growth mindset: The two mindsets that represents our lives, this picture explains the differences between both mind. Believing that your qualities are carved in stone will ruin the way you think and will make everything look impossible, that is the fixed mind set. On the other hand, people that accept other ideas, accept complains and try improving them selves are the ones that succeed in their path. Those are the growth mindset people.
Fixed Mindset vs. Growth Mindset - according to Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck.
Fixed Mindset vs Growth Mindset (Carol Dweck)
Personalize learning Vs traditional learning
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How personalized learning can benefit students. #elearning #education, #infographic #personalized #learning
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Critical thinking skills chart. Awesome visual with lots of suggestions for putting these skills to use!
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LAFS.910.RL.1.1 Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text. LAFS.910.RL.1.2 Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text.
Critical thinking skills chart... This is a chart that basically shows the framework of HOTS. It provides verbs, starter phrases, and tools that any teacher or student can refer back to.
Thinking skills chart. Nice way to get students thinking and creating.
Critical thinking skills chart. Lesson planning
Critical thinking skills charts
Here's a sign about how students will be learning, with expectations for how each form should look.
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Learning styles are different for everyone and my teachers over the years used lots of different methods to teach me what I needed to know. From learning trees, to pictures, to diagrams, to other methods, all of these methods of learning have helped me in different ways.
Hmmm.. Classroom/behaviour management expectations too...
9 strategies to scaffold for deep learning
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9 Steps To Scaffold Learning For Improved Understanding. Scaffolding is a critical teaching strategy that can support students struggling with a concept, or those that have mastered it.
9 Strategies to Scaffold for Students Deeper Learning ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
Scaffold Like an Ant- A simple scaffolding example for deeper understanding - Mia MacMeekin
Scaffolding assumes that learning occures in the 'zone' specified in Vygotsky's (1966) ZPD theory. It is the space between what a child is capable of accomplishing individually and what they can accomplish in collaboration with experienced others. The approach to scaffolded learning in this pin is an example of Rogoff's (1990) 'guided participation'. It allows the educator to guide a child to competency through modeling, questioning, planning and explaining. - A Constructivist Approach
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Ant Scaffolding. Example of scaffolding learning and discovery
9 Steps To Scaffold Learning For Improved Understanding
New Interesting Visual on Learning Styles and Study Tips ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning