How can you activate the curiosity in students’ minds and get them excited about learning new topics or subjects? Meet inquiry-based learning, the teaching strategy that triggers your students’ curiosity and helps them develop their enthusiasm for learning.
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South by Southwest (SXSW) is an annual music staple in Austin, Texas. But, did you know that in addition to the popular music, film, and interactive media festivals, SXSW hosts a conference centered all around education? SXSW EDU aims to deliver a professional development destination for those in the education industry through incredible thought leader talks, fascinating sessions, films, and much more. We’ve assembled an amazing team who is excited to share our expertise in Austin, and we need YOU to help us by voting through all of the sessions below!
What does the adult and higher education landscape look like today? What kind of payoff can a prospective student hope to receive by returning to the classroom? Here are some of the latest research and numbers (compiled by World Education, eLearning Industry, and COABE) to help provide adult learners and educators with a snapshot.
Summer is almost over, and back-to-school preparation is right around the bend! While you’re working on planning for this upcoming school year, it’s important to think about specific ways that you can support the English language learners (ELLs) you’ll have in your class. We’ve compiled six top tips to help your students start off the new year on the right foot.
Norman Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DOK) framework is a highly regarded model that has been proven to be useful in understanding what type of knowledge is required to solve problems in academia. Webb has outlined different levels of content complexity and understanding. Let’s take a look at an example, the DOK summary definitions for mathematics, which follow 4 steps.
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