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Minds Online: Teaching Effectively with Technology

For the Internet generation, educational technology designed with the brain in mind offers a natural pathway to the pleasures and rewards of deep learning. Drawing on neuroscience and cognitive psychology, Michelle Miller shows how attention, memory, critical thinking, and analytical reasoning can be enhanced through technology-aided approaches. Product Features Minds Online Teaching Effectively with Technology […]

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Everything You Need to Know to Effectively Integrate Formative Assessment in Your Instruction

November 13, 2016Formative assessment is an evaluative approach that allows teachers to take quick snapshots of students learning in class. It’s an ongoing process that can happen anytime during a lesson regardless of content area. Unlike summative assessment whose goal is to assess students overall learning outcomes at the end of an instructional unit, formative […]

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Some very Good Resources to Help You Effectively Integrate Chromebooks in Your Teaching

July 17, 2016In yesterday’s post we talked about Google Training Centre and the different professional development opportunities it provides for teachers and educators. Today we are highlighting a particular section from Google Training Centre dedicated to Chromebooks. This is a unit that contains a number of lessons and resources to help teachers make the best […]

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All The Resources and Tips You Need to Effectively Integrate Google Tools in Your Teaching

July 14, 2016Google for Education Training Centre is an excellent platform for teachers’ professional development. It provides a wide variety of educational resources, lesson plans, training guides, and tutorials to help educators make the best of Google tools in their instruction as well as in their professional growth. If you have some free time this […]

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4 Important Guides to Help Teachers Effectively Use iPad in Class

August 1, 2015This is the third post in a series of posts covering some very good guides to help teachers make the best of emerging technologies in education. After writing about technology tips and flipped classroom, this post presents some of our favourite reads for teachers looking for ways to better use iPad in their […]

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