Saturday, February 27, 2016

Educational Links 2/28/16


Teaching Channel--videos on the Common Core,topics_common-core&load=1

Strategies for Reaching Quiet, Disengaged, Struggling, and Troublemaking Students 

Understanding Dyspraxia 

What Savvy Teachers Know About Managing Disruptive Student Behavior 

The Week in Review - The Most Popular Posts of the Week 

Teaching Strategies that Enhance Higher-Order Thinking 

What is Student Centered Learning? 

In a student centered classroom the instruction command changes from “Do-As-I-Say” to “Lets See How We Can Do This” where the solutions are brought forward together and not just by the teacher. Allowing students to share and have a voice in what, how and why of the classroom activities give them a sense of responsibility and authority over their learning which again is a good thing. Student-centered classrooms include students in planning, implementation, and assessments. Involving the learners in these decisions will place more work on them, which can be a good thing.

Priyanka Gupta


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