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So, You Want to be an #MIEExpert? – Part 2 – Continuing Coursework by @VictoriaTheTech

Teacher Tech

– Part 2 – Continuing Coursework by @VictoriaTheTech appeared first on Teacher Tech. Guest Post by Victoria Thompson In our last post, we spoke about the first step of becoming an #MIEExpert.

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7 Tips for Students to Be Successful in Online Coursework

TeacherCast

Students need to understand that getting used to online coursework will take some time and that they should not be discouraged if they struggle at first. If you have developed good study habits for your traditional coursework, you should not have difficulty completing assignments on time and mastering the key concepts and skills of the course.

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The Best App for Your Coursework Isn’t a Single App – from Beth

EdTechTeacher

This post first appeared on Edutopia. At EdTechTeacher, we have a philosophy that All the Good Apps Fit on One Screen. These days, many of the teachers that we work with would rather just find ONE app! However, that single solution may not exist. Depending on the tasks that students may need to complete, and the skills that you may want them to gain, a variety of options might be required. Choosing the best options can seem daunting.

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What If Your Co-Teacher is a Computer?

Adam Watson Edtech Elixirs

Academic or SEL struggles are reported to those that can help, in a way that is least intrusive to the pacing of the online coursework. If you want to lean in more than an assistant or observer but not ready for the other models yet, consider customizing the coursework. blended learning co-teaching online courseworkI was speaking to a principal who had what at first sounded like a fairly unique problem of practice.

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Teaching the Principles of Computer Science Early in K–12 Schools

EdTech Magazine

high schools, only 51 percent offer computer science coursework, according to the 2021 State of Computer Science Education report by Code.org, the Computer Science Teachers Association and the Expanding Computing Education Pathways Alliance.

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Alabama Schools Now Required to Offer Virtual Courses

EdTech Magazine

Frank Smith State legislators are recognizing the potential for online coursework. Classroom Curriculum Internet Management Online Learning Online Video Policies

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What is Programming Plagiarism? Why Is It on the Rise?

Turnitin

examining academic programming coursework, the reasons behind it, and what educators can do to mitigate programming plagiarism

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Parts of Speech Fun in Immersive Reader

Teacher Tech

The possibilities to leverage this tool to help students are endless, especially in subjects and coursework that rely heavily on vocabulary. The post Parts of Speech Fun in Immersive Reader appeared first on Teacher Tech. Microsoft

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The Power of the iPad: Using Tablet Tech to Improve Student Performance

Battelle for Kids

Statistics show that from as early as kindergarten all the way up to medical school , utilizing iPads for coursework and lessons make students more efficient learners. Integrating iPad tablets into the classroom is becoming commonplace in schools all across the country. P21 Blog

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Get the Mac Advantage: Why Mac is an Ideal Choice for Students

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

That’s why there are many factors to consider when choosing a laptop to help with your coursework. A laptop is a convenient and essential tool for most students. Now, Macs are an ideal choice for.read more. 2020 sponsored posts

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How to certify teachers when schools are closed

eSchool News

Even before the crisis, Alliant’s teaching credential programs were composed of online coursework paired with hands-on practice. During the COVID-19 impact, many aspects of student life have come to a grinding halt.

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Prioritize Your Professional Development This Year with These New Micro-credentials

Digital Promise

Students are able to recognize ways that they get “stuck” in coursework, and learn ways to become “unstuck.”. Many of the micro-credentials we launched in 2021 focus on topics such as learner variability, digital fluency, STEM, flexible mindsets, early literacy, and more.

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Addressing the needs of all learners at Wolf Creek Public Schools

Hapara

It has given learners a consistently high level of rigor, more coursework options and the flexibility to work at their own pace whether they attend a very small school, an outreach school, a larger urban school or a suburban school. .

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The 20 Most Useful #hashtags In Education

TeachThought - Learn better.

As a teacher, continuing education is so important that most school districts require that teachers enroll in some form of coursework on a regular basis to keep their knowledge and skills fresh. And while those courses are essential, staying on top of the cutting edge of educational development is important as well. Through Twitter discussions, teachers can […]. The post The 20 Most Useful #hashtags In Education appeared first on TeachThought.

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Apply For Google For Education Certified Innovator 2018 Program Here

TeachThought - Learn better.

Apply For Google For Education Certified Innovator 2018 Program Here by TeachThought Staff This information has been compiled from a press release See our own Professional Development workshops and upcoming TeachThought University courses for additional training, development, and coursework for innovation in education.

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Rethinking Teacher Candidate Training with Micro-credentials

Digital Promise

Grades and assignments may differ of course, but how can a teacher candidate show they have gone beyond the required curriculum to deepen skills learned through coursework and hone better classroom practice and potentially increase their marketability to principals and schools? The College of Education and Human Performance at the University of Central Florida strives to be at the forefront of innovation in teacher training and development.

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VHS Learning Continues to Serve Massachusetts Students Underrepresented in Advanced STEM Courses Through Statewide Initiative

eSchool News

The STEM Advanced Placement Access Expansion Opportunity is designed to increase Massachusetts high schoolers’ participation in advanced coursework. Data from the DESE’s Student Longitudinal Database System reveals that students who take AP® coursework are more likely to enroll in college.

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Helping students overcome ‘social media speak’

eSchool News

As an English teacher, my students’ use of social media shorthand has become a bigger and bigger challenge with every new school year–especially as I see it carrying over into their coursework.

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Do teacher prep programs need an overhaul?

eSchool News

A new analysis from the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) reveals that few teacher preparation programs either conduct any sort of screening or require specific coursework in the subject area knowledge traditionally taught in elementary grades. Only a quarter of teacher prep programs (27 percent) require sufficient coursework in mathematics.

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The blended learning models that can help schools reopen

eSchool News

In an Enriched Virtual arrangement, students complete the majority of coursework online at home or outside of school, but attend school for required face-to-face learning sessions with a teacher a few times a week.

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How to ignite the fire of student engagement

eSchool News

The students, who normally struggled to engage with the coursework, were completely enthralled. Recently, a co-worker of mine shared a story from when he was in high school.

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How Software-Defined Instrumentation Will Revolutionize STEM, and why Educators are Slow to Adopt

EmergingEdTech

Recently, software-defined instrumentation has helped optimize power electronics coursework for electrical engineering education at the United States Air Force Academy.

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Google for Education Introduces Originality Reports

techlearning

Today, Google for Education announced the launch of originality reports, a new feature that helps ensure the authenticity of coursework by flagging any text that has missed citations and has high similarity with text on the web or in books  

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Getting up to Speed: Teacher Prep and Technology Integration

Ask a Tech Teacher

In my interactions with the candidates, I found that although their coursework focused on methodology and practice, it invariably lacked a technology integration component. We know technology is a challenge for veteran teachers.

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Three Ways to Prepare for and Successfully Land a Student Internship

EmergingEdTech

By taking the knowledge they’ve gained in their coursework along with a strong work ethic, great attitude and finally, displaying a very intentional desire to serve in order to be an asset to the organization. Internships are an amazing opportunity for students.

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Tech Startup Debuts Revolutionary Distance Learning Platform in Partnership with NYC School

eSchool News

With AuraNexus, students can directly engage with an “experience” of Mr. Walters to ask questions related to their current physics coursework and receive answers in real-time.

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Leadership for School Innovation graduate certificate 001: The launch

Dangerously Irrelevant

million School Technology Leadership Initiative at the University of Minnesota created 15 credits of new coursework that was given away – with accompanying pedagogical supports – to ten other university educational leadership programs across the country. I received permission from my faculty colleagues and Dean this summer to launch a new Leadership for School Innovation (LSI) graduate certificate. I’ve done this twice before.

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Blending Online and Offline Learning: Exploring Hybrid Schedules

Catlin Tucker

In the past, schools have offered online courses to help students pursue credit recovery or take advanced coursework not available on campus. School districts are grappling with how to resume school safely in the fall.

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How Any Teacher Can Use Lee Sheldon’s Multiplayer Classroom Model

The CoolCatTeacher

His book The Multiplayer Classroom: Designing Coursework as a Game is a favorite of many game based learning experts. Lee Sheldon author of The Multiplayer Classroom: Designing Coursework as a Game. Powerful Pedagogies for Every Teaching Professional From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter. Star Trek script writer and professional game author Lee Sheldon has designed his entire college course as a game.

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Alternative Learning: Supporting Our At-Promise Students

A Principal's Reflections

Flexibility in terms of the learning environment is pivotal, including start times, small group settings, unique classroom design, work-study options, and virtual coursework.

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UCLA Life Sciences Revamped How It Teaches Math. Is It an Example Others Should Follow?

ED Surge

The traditional calculus coursework, to people like Garfinkel, is totally outdated. Bringing in basic programming skills into the coursework is also a good idea.

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Don’t wait to start helping students ace their AP exams

eSchool News

AP classes are focused on preparing students for the rigor of college coursework, so AP teachers need to look beyond the test to help students gain the skills and knowledge they’ll need in college and in their careers.

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The Point of a Lesson

A Principal's Reflections

I know when I went through my coursework and teaching certification process this was emphasized in any lesson plan. I am not a huge fan of collecting lesson plans and have not been for years. It is my opinion that you can learn a great deal more by collecting and looking at assessments. Regardless of where you stand on the whole lesson plan debate, the intent is what really matters.

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5 policies to help rural students get ahead

eSchool News

Limited access to advanced coursework, medical care, food and employment opportunities continue to daunt students in many rural communities, according to the report released from AASA, The School Superintendents Association, and The Rural School and Community Trust. Rural students still face a staggering number of uphill battles when it comes to securing the same educational opportunities as their suburban and urban peers, according to a new report.

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3D Printing Across a Middle School Curriculum

District Administration

Fostering student creativity through project-based learning District Administration Custom Publishing Group One of the newest technologies being applied in K12 STEM coursework today is 3D printing, which helps to fuel creativity, problem solving and project-based learning while exposing students to tools they may use later in their careers.

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3 innovative ways to help teachers feel engaged and valued

eSchool News

Rubrics are, for example, a helpful tool in coursework and professional growth that convey levels of mastery (with clear descriptions), showing criteria for learners, as well as for everyone to understand the expectations.

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How A Montessori Education Can Help Students In The Future

EdNews Daily

Creating strong time management skills is a critical component to successfully completing coursework. A Montessori education can help kids develop a love of learning while also teaching independence.

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OPINION: Too many Black and Latino students are ‘academically alone’ in advanced classes

The Hechinger Report

It highlights the ways in which a school’s master schedule can inadvertently sort students into segregated learning environments by mandating requirements for accessing advanced coursework that disproportionately exclude marginalized students.

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Using Rubrics: Integrity, Fairness and Responsibility

Fractus Learning

Rubrics use benchmarks to help instructors to gauge student strengths and weaknesses in coursework. Specific performance expectations and standards are arranged to indicate the degree to which criteria has been met and how coursework is graded. This helps when a student doesn’t agree with the assessment of submitted coursework. Helps students to solve issues and improve performance with their individual or group coursework.

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Digital Signage at School: Upping Your Campus Communication

ViewSonic Education

This long-term knowledge retention boost can be especially useful for students taking exams, but it can also help with homework, conventional coursework, and classroom-based collaboration sessions. .

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Coronavirus accelerates higher education’s trend toward distance learning

The Hechinger Report

If it does go that way, CSU-Fullerton would benefit from the fact that it already offers a significant amount of online coursework. On the other end of the digital divide are more than 1,000 colleges where 95 percent of students or more do no online coursework.

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How to Center Equity in Undergraduate Digital Learning

Digital Promise

The COVID-19 pandemic caused postsecondary institutions to abruptly transition many of their spring 2020 courses to digital learning. While we know the seemingly overnight shift from in-person to remote classes was unplanned and unprecedented, it was also unequal.

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OPINION: How can teachers help students grapple with the chaos surrounding us?

The Hechinger Report

This problem has been created in large part by institutions’ failing to acknowledge that elementary teachers need to acquire specialized content knowledge — not just professional coursework — to be effective.

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