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9-11-2001 - 18 years later - please don't forget

Educational Technology Guy

It is a day we honor and remember the thousands of lives lost, the survivors, and those who rose up in service in response to the attacks on 9-11-2001. It is a day of remembrance, a day of reflection and a day to be proud. It is a day Americans can be proud of the way we came together following the attacks on 9-11.

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TCEA 2023: Texas School District Shares 12 Tips for Success with a 1:1 Program

EdTech Magazine

In 2001, Irving ISD became one of the first school districts in the nation to implement a one-to-one student device program. Though their session was titled “A 20-Year Success Story of District-Wide 1:1,” James Tiggeman, assistant director of digital learning, admitted, “We haven’t had 20 years of success. Located northwest of Dallas…

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Digital Learning Theories and Frameworks to Elevate Instruction

Teacher Reboot Camp

According to McIsaac and Gunawardena (2001), we must consider the following four concepts essential to effective distance learning for our students, which are transactional distance, learner control, social context, and interaction. Picciano McIsaac, M. S., & Gunawardena, C. Distance Education. Jonassen (Ed.),

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What Is Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy?

TeachThought - Learn better.

In 2001, a group The group consisted of “representatives (from) three groups: cognitive psychologists, curriculum theorists and instructional researchers, and testing and assessment specialists” (Anderson & Krathwohl 2001). Who Revised Bloom’s Original Taxonomy? Hereafter, this is referred to as the revised Taxonomy.

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Better Feedback for Deeper Learning

A Principal's Reflections

Goodwin & Miller (2012) provided this summary: In Marzano, Pickering, and Pollock's 2001 meta-analysis, McREL researchers found an effect size for feedback of 0.76, which translates roughly into a 28-percentile point difference in average achievement (Beesley & Apthorp, 2010; Dean, Pitler, Hubbell, & Stone, 2012).

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Online Teaching Is Improving In-Person Instruction on Campus

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Even back in 2001, an in-depth study of an online-education effort at the State University of New York reported that most faculty who taught remotely found the techniques they discovered online positively impacted their campus instruction when they returned to the classroom.

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Homework: Good or Bad? Here Is What Research Says

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

The relationship between homework time and achievement is not universal: Evidence from multilevel analyses in 40 countries. School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 20, 375– 405. Epstein, J. & van Voorhis, F. More than minutes: Teachers’ roles in designing homework. Educational Psychologist, 36, 181–193 7. Tymms, P., & Trautwein, U., &

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