retrieval, selfies

Selfie Activities to Inspire Reflection on Digital Identity – Teacher Reboot Camp
“Taking selfies is an important part of a student’s sense of self, self belief, and self-esteem. We need our learners to reflect on selfie culture and the impact of technology in their lives…
Retrieval Practice: A Powerful Strategy to Improve Learning
“Retrieval practice” is a learning strategy where we focus on getting information out. Through the act of retrieval, or calling information to mind, our memory for that information is strengthe…
5 Collaborative Practices that Impact Learning – Katie Martin
“To create the change that we want to see in classrooms for all learners, we need to create the structures within our collaboration that deepen our practice and allows teachers the space to fo…
Dos and Don’ts. Display the poster below in your classroom and consider sending a copy home with students. Alternatively, why not have students create their own posters or bookmarks with tips abo…
Updated Password Advice: What Teachers and Students Need to Know – The Edublogger
“The advice around passwords has recently been updated and while there are varying opinions, this post will help you learn about the current best practices.Passphrases are usually longer than…
Remake Learning Playbook
A field guide of ideas and resources for building innovation networks for teaching and learning “the Playbook documents the process and outcomes of both the Pittsburgh region’s efforts to cre…
Two Things That All Parents Want for Their Children – The Principal of Change
“parents want these two things for their kids (minimum); they want them to be safe and they want them to have every opportunity for them to be successful. We also have to understand that our c…
5 Selected Frameworks for Teaching and Promoting Digital Literacy | Emerging Education Technologies
“frameworks examined covered a wider breadth of grades. I don’t think many would disagree that teaching these competencies must start in lower grades, so this dialogue is as germane to the…
Education World: Teaching Keyboarding: More Than Just Typing
So how young is too young? “In our district, keyboarding skills are taught in the middle school in fifth and sixth grade as part of the computer rotation,” where technology facilitator Je…



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