Tuesday, December 9, 2014

The Best of What Tim Found This Afternoon #edtech 12/09/2014

  • tags: engagement post2blog

    • it is essential that students perceive activities as being meaningful.
    • when and how it is used in real life
    • only slightly beyond students' current levels of proficiency
    • Regularly demonstrate students’ understanding throughout the activity
    • peer modelling
    • eedback that helps students make progress.
    • Collaborative
    • When students work effectively with others, their engagement is consequently amplified
    • Positive Teacher-Student Relationships
    • enthusiasm
    • When students pursue an activity because they want to learn and understand (i.e. mastery orientations), rather than simply to obtain a good grade, look smart, please parents, or outperform peers (i.e. performance orientations), their engagement is more likely to be full

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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