learning to learn

Solution Fluency | Global Digital Citizen Foundation
The 6Ds process of Solution Fluency—Define, Discover, Dream, Design, Deliver, Debrief—are your path to gaining superhuman problem-solving skills.
Inspiration – Wikiquote
The inspirational value of the space program is probably of far greater importance to education than any input of dollars… A whole generation is growing up which has been attracted
3 Keys for Teaching Kids to Set Goals – Teach Kids Engineering
VIP Goals Values – Does the goal align with my deepest values? 2) Inspiration – Does this goal inspire me? 3) Periodic – How often do I have to engage with this goal?
5 Lessons from Implementing Personal Learning – Next Gen Learning in Action – Education Week
Personal Learning Readiness Skills express student voice recognize one’s own interests, strengths, and values be proactive in inquiry-based learning be accountable for one’s own learning
5 Ways to Teach Students to Be Future-Ready | EdTech Magazine
“Establish a Culture of Creativity Ideas — and the execution of them — are king. Increasingly, information is available for free through the internet.
Think Resilient | Girlguiding
“Think Resilient aims to help girls understand the need for and importance of resilience, as well as practice resilience-building techniques and then plan ways to keep growing
“When girls exhibit these attitudes and skills, they become responsible, productive, caring, and engaged citizens. But don’t take our word for it
The Worlds Largest Lesson
video “Global Goals for Sustainable Development. 17 goals to achieve 3 extraordinary things in the next 15 years. End extreme poverty. Fight inequality and injustice. Fix climate change.
The lazy person’s guide to saving the world – United Nations Sustainable Development
Change starts with you. Seriously. Every human on earth—even the most indifferent, laziest person among us—is part of the solution. Fortunately, there are some super easy things
Here’s how we’ll measure Internet health – Home
“list of almost 30 topics that offer a rounded overview across our five issues. For now, we know that these are the topics we will return to every year (in addition to timely annual highlights
Education World: The Importance of Preparing Students for Life After Graduation Through Collaborative Learning
Kathy Murphy, a seventh-grade math teacher in Worchester, MA, often has both students and parents question her about the value of her group work assignments.
ESCAPE ROOM ELA CONTEXT CLU… by Darlene Anne | Teachers Pay Teachers
“This creative Escape Room challenge is well organized and has a fun sci-fi twist! Your students are visiting relatives on the planet Nonsensica, but their only map home to Earth
ESCAPE ROOM ELA COMPREHENSI… by Darlene Anne | Teachers Pay Teachers
Our ESCAPE activities are interactive and immersive. YOUR students are directly involved in the story. This is perfect to use for an observation, to set up for a substitute
An Easy Group Work Tip With a HUGE Payoff – ELA Buffet
“In addition to creating an instant buy-in to the project, having to come up with a name serves to focus every student. They must use the academic vocabulary and immediately function
Desktop Learning Adventures
“Empower kids to take responsibility and ensure their group’s success by setting clear expectations in the beginning. Let them know they will evaluate their groups at the end.
3 Ways Schools Condition Students – The Principal of Change
develop students as deep and thoughtful learners, once I stopped focusing on awards and grades as being a driver, my expectations for my students became higher, as it did for myself.
Creating Schools That Are Future Ready – TechNotes Blog – TCEA
“three critical components to the successful infusion of technology. for interactive learning; to explore and create rather than to “drill and kill;” Utilizing the right blend of teachers
Rethinking the Lesson Plan – Katie Martin
“1st graders were recording videos in pairs to narrate their informational writing. I asked a student what she was writing about and she explained to me what she was learning about turtles
OLPC-SF: Ethiopia – YouTube
ExplodingBacon1902 – YouTube
Jennifer is a 10th grader with Exploding Bacon. This is how Jen does #FIRSTLikeaGirl!This is our second video in a series, FIRST Like A Girl, FRC Team 1902’s effort to encourage girls and women

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