Projet. MOOC. Construisons l'école numérique - Partage. The impact of video in education (infographic) 7 Ways to Transform Your Classroom. Background: This is a blog post I originally wrote for a presentation on Classroom 2.0 Live!
It is based on some ideas sparked in another post, Transformative or just flashy educational tools? , which only had 6 suggestions, but David Warlick inspired the 7th in his comment. Broadcast Yourself.
Et si l’on arrêtait d’utiliser des manuels scolaires. Modèle Finlandais. Organismes et rapports. Pédagogie et technologie. Apprentissages et émotions. Évaluations et Devoirs. Classe inversée. Cerveau. Structure+Strangeness: Why students don't learn what we think we teach. « Storm, by Tim Minchin | Main April 26, 2011 Why students don't learn what we think we teach It's that time of year when professors reflect on what their students have learned in the past semester.
While mulling over my own class on the design and analysis of algorithms, by chance, I was pointed at this excellent lecture by Robert Duke, a professor of music and human learning at the University of Texas Austin, on "Why students don't learn what we think we teach" (hosted at Cornell University Videos).