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Anne Murphy Paul: Why Floundering Makes Learning Better <img src="http://timeopinions.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/a108006197.jpg?w=480&h=320&crop=1" alt="Floundering" title="Floundering"/> Call it the “learning paradox”: the more you struggle and even fail while you’re trying to master new information, the better you’re likely to recall and apply that information later.
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Three Steps to Layering the Curriculum « How the Brain Learns: The Blog Layering the curriculum is a simple way to differentiate instruction, encourage higher-level thinking, prepare students for adult-world decision making and hold them accountable for learning.
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How To Get Involved in the Peeragogy Project | Peeragogy.org Hello and welcome! The peeragogy project was kicked off around the time of Howard Rheingold’s January 23, 2012 Regents Lecture at UC Berkeley on Social Media and Peer Learning: From Mediated Pedagogy to Peeragogy . We have put together a handbook about peer learning: you’re reading it — maybe on our website , or in your hammock with the beverage of your choice and our print on demand paperback.
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E ffective thinking-centered instruction aims to achieve two educational objectives: To cultivate the active use of knowledge, and To help students become self-regulated learners. Toward that end, this section of The Thinking Classroom highlights four thinking-centered approaches for infusing high-level thinking instruction into your regular curriculum. The Ways of Teaching Thinking region features a preview and description of each of the approaches. Why These Four Approaches?
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The Flipped Classroom Just been reading a white paper from Cisco about the Flipped Classroom -- linked here for download FlippedClassroomWhitepaper_D8_V5 .
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The History of Distance Learning and Online Education
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