future of education

Sharing: The Moral Imperative by Dean Shareski (2010) – YouTube
25:56 “This keynote looks at the new obligation of sharing for educators. With stories from the a variety of sources, the fact that we now have the ability to teach and share beyond our classroom
This Is the Future of Education – YouTube
“Pundits are always selling the latest and greatest “future of education.” But what if the answer is already in the room? In this illustrated video, I share some thoughts on the future
Orthopaedics In Action | Perry Initiative
“Orthopaedics In Action (OIA) is unique, hands-on curriculum for middle and high school STEM classrooms that features real-world challenges from orthopaedic surgery and biomedical engineering.
100th Day Answer Sheet – Google Docs
Make a student-centred classroom [Part 2] – EDUWELLS
“Practical tools: These are used to help improve and measure both progress and eventually the final outcome. They include: Content/topic resources made available from the start.
“engineering design process to: design and build a crane out of cardboard; figure out ways to reinforce the arms so they don’t collapse under a heavy load; build a crank handle
“Know, Understand, and Do . Tiered Instruction
100 things I wish someone had told me about teaching | Ditch That Textbook
“The topic of the chat was “What I wish I knew,” playing off the fact that preservice teachers from Converse College in South Carolina were planning to join us. We examined seven areas
Can-Do Descriptors: A Free Tool for ESL Differentiation | Cult of Pedagogy
“These descriptors are designed to help classroom teachers understand what students at different levels of English proficiency should be able to do in a regular content area classroom.
WIDA: CAN DO Descriptors by grade level cluster; download for PreK-K, Grades 1-2, 3-5, 6-8, or 9-12
“Creating learning environments for language learners based on what they can do! The Can Do Descriptors highlight what language learners can do at various stages of language development

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