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30 Of The Best Digital Collaboration Tools For Students

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30 Of The Best Digital Collaboration Tools For Students contributed by Nicholas Martino & TeachThought Staff We are living in a digital age where students shuffle between smartphones, iPads, and MacBooks on the daily. We can now communicate with anyone, anywhere, anytime through the simple click of a button, and it is our job as […]

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2019 HBCU Competitiveness Scholars Announced

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Washington – The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (Initiative) announced today the names of 44 students from 34 historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) selected as 2019 HBCU Competitiveness Scholars – the Initiative's highest student recognition.

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A Comprehensive Gamification Framework For Human Motivation

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A Comprehensive Gamification Framework For Human Motivation by Terry Heick When researching student motivation and gamification a few years ago, I came across the most comprehensive gamification framework I’ve ever seen. Developed by gamification expert Yu-kai Chou, it was an ambitious effort that distinguished black hat gamification (which is “bad”–think Farmville and Candy Crush) from white hat […]

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Speeches From High School Seniors As They Say Goodbye To Classmates

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It's the time of year when high schools are saying goodbye to its seniors. And with graduation ceremonies come commencement speeches by top students.

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Time, place, path, and pace

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Even though we've changed the time, place, path, and pace, it can still be low-level learning

Can you say… adaptive learning software?

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Teaching With Historical Newspapers – An LOC Webinar Recording

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There are two sites that often refer people to when I'm asked about locating copies of old newspapers. The first is the Google Newspaper Archive. The second is the Chronicling America collection from...

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The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 167 Why “Anti-Bullying” Is A Problem And What Works Better

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The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 167 Why “Anti-Bullying” Is A Problem And What Works Better Drew Perkins talks with school psychologist Izzy Kalman about his work to help bullied kids better deal with their aggressors and why the “anti-bullying” movement is not helping. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Bullies2Buddies.com Izzy Kalman on Psychology Today […]

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Tinkerine U: Learn and teach 3D printing

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What it is: So you have a 3D printer…now what?! Introducing Tinkerine U the place where you can learn (and teach) 3D printing. Tinkerine U is a great starting point (no matter what brand of 3D printer you have!). Not only can you take online courses to learn more about 3D printing, you can also get real-life application stories about how a variety of professions are using 3D printing. Additionally, you can watch Tinkerine U test out myths and facts about 3D printing and access a variety of challenges for your students.

 

How to integrate Tinkerine U into your classroom: So often I see schools who have a strong advocate for new technologies, but don’t know exactly what to do with the technologies they’ve championed when they show up. Tinkerine U is a great place for you and your students to learn the logistics of how to 3D print, while also giving you ideas for practical real-life applications that will launch your student’s creativity. The starter challenges are a fantastic way to get started with using your 3Dprinter. Challenges are fun and vary in difficulty. Allow students to choose their own challenges, or choose challenges for your students to take on as a class.

Of course, you can go through all of the Tinkerine U content (and I encourage you to start there), but ultimately, it would be great to have your students go through all of the Tinkerine U content. Empower THEM to be the experts!

If you have a maker space and want to help your students envision possibility, Tinkerine U could be a great launching point for them. Just enough instruction and videos to spark curiosity and creativity without being too prescriptive.

 

Tips: You don’t have to have a Tinkerine 3D printer to take advantage of these resources! They are 3D printer-agnostic and can help spark learning and creativity for your students.

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FAQs About Working With Me

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Last week I published a list of my ten most popular professional development workshop topics. That post generated a handful of emails from folks who asked good questions about the structure of my...

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Congratulations, Drs. Linenberger, Burns, and Brown!

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I graduated 3 more doctoral advisees this Saturday. Woo hoo! A hearty congratulations to Drs. Linenberger, Burns, and Brown (and Kapushion)! Go forth and (continue to) do amazing things!

Linenberger

Burns

Brown

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