Monthly Archives: April 2014

21st Century Educator Skills, For A Better Teacher

See on Scoop.it – 21st Century TeachingTeaching is a noble profession and a teacher in education system is like an umbrella in the rain. If you got the skilled quality teacher you have the most electrifying, engaging and productiveSee on … Continue reading

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Why You Should Use Video In Education

See on Scoop.it – 21st Century TeachingWhen I was a student, ‘using video in education’ mostly meant showing a movie in class. Which to me, as a student, was clearly much better than the alternative of a lecture.See on http://www.edudemic.com

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How Do You Teach the 4Cs to Students (Part – 2) – Critical Thinking and Problem Solving! – EdTechReview™ (ETR)

See on Scoop.it – 21st Century TeachingThis is the second of the series of four articles about teaching the 4Cs to students. Learn how to teach critical thinking and problem solving.See on edtechreview.in

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Teaching Grit Cultivates Resilience and Perseverance (Research Made Relevant Series)

See on Scoop.it – 21st Century TeachingIn rural New Hampshire, fifth-grade teacher Amy Lyon has created a curriculum based on researcher Angela Duckworth’s ideas about grit.See on http://www.edutopia.org

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The 10 Biggest Educational Trends (And What Teachers Think)

See on Scoop.it – 21st Century TeachingDo you know the ten biggest educational trends making the rounds today? What about how teachers feel about each?See on http://www.edudemic.com

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Why Teachers Should Use Rubrics Infographic | e-Learning Infographics

See on Scoop.it – 21st Century TeachingThe Why Teachers Should Use Rubrics Infographic shows how providing detailed explanations of an assignment using a rubric can assist students in both completing tasks and improving future performance and suggests various ways teachers … Continue reading

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STEM into STEAM in the Elementary School Classroom

See on Scoop.it – 21st Century TeachingI remember a few years ago when I first began hearing about STEM initiatives around the country, the effort to bring more Science, Technology, Engineering and Math into the curriculum of schools acros…See on … Continue reading

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