And the blogs and newsletters just keep on coming….
- A way to teach students about careers through online research, interviews, and observations (and then share the information in a video)… how can this be adapted for ancient jobs?
- Reasons to not use only multiple choice on exams, and alternative types of questions
- Ways to make project-based learning more common in the classroom
- Teachers Pay Teachers: Latin lessons plans and worksheets for sale. Generally, these are about derivatives, vocab, or culture.
- Advice for talking with students about electronic dating violence
- OpenEd: an Open Educational Resource Library – It’s geared towards K-12 and has the ability to assign assessments and resources to your students, whose answers and scores you can review
- A Stanford study examined test scores to suggest that there is vast inequality among schools, and it’s associated with racial and economic differences
- Different ideas for stations within the Station Rotation Model (for the basic idea of the model, see my earlier post)
- Mike Caulfield’s challenge to how some of the “personalized” learning items work… and why his Wikity idea is more personalized than “personalized learning”
- Myths about technology in the classroom and how to avoid falling into these traps
- An analysis of the limits of homework, “personalized learning software,” and how to use these things well
- A list of podcasts about education
Whew! That’s all I have for now. Some newsletters or blog posts have triggered ideas that will result in some future posts by me. Hope you read them soon!