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Amy Adams, lead actor of Arrival.

This is one of a series of posts by Leeds Beckett sociology staff and students which will introduce and reflect on a book, film or other piece of culture which is of sociological significance. mais 1.421 palavras

The Dance: Navigating the A, B, C's of Student Motivation With Technology

Several years ago, I was speaking with a colleague while the two of us were chaperoning a dance in the gym at our high school. My friend, like me, was a middle-aged, Generation X teacher with 10-15 years of classroom experience. mais 892 palavras

Ajatuksia oppimisesta, opettajuudesta ja maailman murroksesta

Kuten hyvin tiedämme, maailmamme on keskellä globaalia murrosta. Niin oppiminen, koulutus kuin opettajuuskin ovat osa muuttuvaa maailmaa, eivätkä ne elä erillään muutoksesta. Maailmassamme jylläävät digitalisaation kaltaiset megatrendit, joiden jalkoihin jää tulevaisuudessa yksi jos toinenkin perinteikäs ammatti tai työpaikka. mais 640 palavras

My educational blog

I’m taking classes towards getting a MEd in Desiging Digital Learning. I’m keeping a blog with all of my thoughts as I go through this course for the next two and half years. mais 23 palavras

21st Century

On Immersion & Truth Diversion

When i re read this poem, after i listened Robert Pinsky socialized it with another students, it just light up for me.

I believe that all that she’s saying comes out of her own experience; whether by the fact that she has felt and taste the water (immersion) or because her socially acquired knowledge tells her that it would be so: mais 892 palavras


Vygotskyan view on constructivism

Lev Vygotsky was a psychologist from Russia  (1896-1934) who did research on cognitive development of learners and is one of the foundations of constructivism. His work and influence still has substantial base on different approaches to learning. mais 839 palavras

Designing Opportunities for Mistakes

An abundance of research and blog posts exist that point to the learning that happens when our students make mistakes. This week, I wanted to explore some ways to use this knowledge in the classroom/as a class. mais 827 palavras