Yeah yeah, yet another teacher jumping on the bandwagon. Well, not quite. Perhaps I should explain myself better:The Flipped Classroom is a bit of a buzzword at the moment (though Bergmann and Sams…
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Teaching students the mechanism behind how the brain operates and teaching them approaches they can use to work that mechanism more effectively helps students believe they can create a more intelligent, creative, and powerful brain. It also shows them that striving for emotional awareness and physical health is part of keeping an optimally functioning brain.
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This presentation sparked my thinking about what other skills and attributes would serve the learners (of all ages) in this era of learning. Some other ones that I believe important based on what I hear at conferences, read via blogs and other social networks include: