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Learning Technology & Tech Observations by Dr. Helen Teague

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ STEAM Education and the Arts ~ February 28

“Arts learning experiences benefit students in terms of social, emotional, and academic outcomes”
~Researchers Dan Bowen of Texas A&M and Brian Kisida of the University of Missouri

 

 

@pbsteachers   #STEAM   #CUNE606   #CUNE604

 

 

 


How Extra Arts Education at School Boosts Students’ Writing Scores — And Their Compassion
Retrieved from https://www.kqed.org/mindshift/53036/how-extra-arts-education-at-school-boosts-students-writing-scores-and-their-compassion 

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Best Tweet Roundup: 6 Powerful Learning Strategies that you must share with your students

6 Powerful Learning Strategies that you must share with your students– Click here to read the link from the Cult of Pedagogy blog. 

 

6PowerfulLearningStrategies you must share with Students

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ February 21

“When you stand in the darkness, when you have lost all hope, when you can’t see any path to walk ahead, read; reading will act as the lantern to show you the path. It might not take you to the destination, but it will keep on guiding you towards a resolution.”

~Neelabh Pratap Singh, author Pi Agency

Breadcrumb trail

 


 

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Reading Across The Globe ~ #PBSReaders4Life

 

 

#PBSReaders4Life

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Tweet of the Week! February 17 2020

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Happy President’s Day! *More* President’s Day Jeopardy!

Happy President’s Day! Which President welcomed the first precursor to word processing technology?

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Happy President’s Day! President’s Day Jeopardy!

Happy President’s Day! Which President Was An Avid Reader?

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ February 15

“Until we invent telepathy, books are our best choice for understanding the rest of humanity.” ~Christopher Paolini 

BookmarksTwitter

 


 

 

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De-escalation Exercise for Upset Students

Tweet Round-Up – A De-escalation Exercise for Upset Students by Jennifer Gonzalez, Cult of Pedagogy

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ February 7

Collective intelligence is “the capacity of human collectives to engage in intellectual cooperation in order to create, innovate and invent.” (Levy 2010, p.1).

AloneTogether

 

 

 

Source:
Levy, Pierre (2010). From social computing to reflexive collective intelligence: The IEML research program. Information Sciences, vol. 180, no. 1–2, pp. 71–94. Retrieved from https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007%2Fs10606-012-9165-3.pdf  


 

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