Teague's Tech Treks

Learning Technology and other Tech Observations by Dr. Helen Teague

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ May 14

“It’s time to admit we don’t know what we’re doing when it comes to educational technology.” ~Daniel Willingham,  author of Why Don’t Students Like School?

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The Goal of Personalized Learning

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ May 7

“On demand learning turns the world itself into a potential classroom, library, lab, or studio” ~Bryan Alexander

learning with tech

photo by Helen Teague

 

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The Socratic Process: 6 Steps of Questioning Infographic

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Using Library of Congress Primary Resources Webinar Today

Primary Sources Webinar November 18

 

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Weekend Ed. Quote~July 5

Learn­ing is phys­i­cal. Learn­ing means the mod­i­fi­ca­tion, growth, and prun­ing of our neu­rons, connections–called synapses– and neu­ronal net­works, through expe­ri­ence. Enriching the practice of teaching can be done by exploring the biology of learning.”~James Zull, Pro­fes­sor of Biol­ogy and Bio­chem­istry at Case West­ern Uni­ver­sity, Direc­tor of UCITE (The Uni­ver­sity Cen­ter for Inno­va­tion in Teach­ing and Edu­ca­tion)

 

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An animated, illustrated model of how the brain learns based on descriptions and illustrations in “Key Aspects of How the Brain Learns” by James Zull (2006).

Zull, J. (2002). The Art of the Changing Brain. Stylus Publishing.

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