Sunday, October 7, 2018

Educational Links 10/8/18


THE ADHD BRAIN



'Behaviour management: You have to adapt to survive'



30 Best Education Podcasts



Why “good grades” do not automatically rule out “adverse educational impact”

https://www.smartspeechtherapy.com/why-good-grades-do-not-automatically-rule-out-adverse-educational-impact/


THE BEST VIDEO CLIPS SHOWING EXAMPLES OF BAD & GOOD LISTENING – CONTRIBUTE MORE!


Do I Need an Advocate?


Disrupting Illusions of Fluency


No matter the academic discipline, course level, or time of day, the last five minutes of class often present instructors with a challenge and an opportunity. The challenge is maintaining students’ interest. Disrupting “illusions of fluency” is the opportunity. The term refers to misjudging the depth of what one knows (Carey 2015). Further, it describes the belief that a mastery over something has been achieved, when actually it has not (Lang 2016). The final class minutes can be best spent constructively assessing levels of student learning and understanding of course material.

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