Sunday, February 5, 2017

Educational Links 2/6/17

How To Never Run Out Of New Ideas As A Teacher

Gender Equity in the Classroom


FAQs About Evaluations for Learning and Attention Issues



10 Excellent Web Tools For Creating Digital Quizzes


Get Your Students Moving in 2017 With the 5-Minute-Per-Hour Challenge


Why We Shouldn't Ignore Political Speech on Facebook


Lecturing v. active learning


 A growing body of evidence suggests that the lecture is not generic or neutral, but a specific cultural form that favors some people while discriminating against others, including women, minorities and low-income and first-generation college students. This is not a matter of instructor bias; it is the lecture format itself — when used on its own without other instructional supports — that offers unfair advantages to an already privileged population.

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