Better Feedback for Deeper Learning

Joan S. Reed

In order to learn and improve, some variety of opinions is wanted alongside the way. When an expertise can be a foundation for mastering, it is the feedback that typically serves as a catalyst for reflection. At this position, learners attain beneficial perception into the procedures staying utilized so that […]

Prevention Is Wiser Than Reaction: Cybersecurity Awareness Training for Faculty and Staff in Higher Education

Joan S. Reed

Oct 172022 Prevention Is Wiser Than Reaction: Cybersecurity Awareness Teaching for College and Employees in Higher Schooling Shannon Flynn Shannon Flynn is a freelance blogger who handles schooling technologies, cybersecurity and IoT topics. You can abide by Shannon on Muck Rack or Medium to examine extra of her articles. Cybersecurity is a prime issue for […]

How do I start a career as a student?

Joan S. Reed

It is a pretty potent and essential dilemma – let us check out. The English phrase – occupation – derives from the historical Latin phrase – carrus – a chariot. So, let us visualize that your lifetime route and occupation are ahead of you – and you’re driving your chariot […]

Teach More, Hover Less with Miriam Plotinsky

Joan S. Reed

Miriam Plotinsky is an educational expert with Montgomery County General public Universities in Maryland, and the writer of Instruct Far more, Hover Less: How to End Micromanaging Your Secondary Classroom. She joins host Mike Palmer in a conversation about what drove her to publish the e-book. In a assumed-provoking discussion […]

Resourceaholic: 5 Maths Gems #163

Joan S. Reed

Welcome to my 163rd gems post. This is where I share some of the latest news, ideas and resources for maths teachers. The new school year has brought a flurry of activity on Twitter, with tonnes of great resources being shared over the last few weeks. 1. Zeroes and Ones @TickTockMaths shared a […]