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Action plan | New blog by Robyn Berryman

action plan 


Fliping the class room | New blog by Alrick Gladden

Inverted Classroom: Students are assigned the “homework” of watching video lectures and reading any materials relevant to the next day’s class. During class time, students pract...


delivery | New discussion by Wilhelmina Mensah-Aggrey

great ideas to incorporate in class.

Flipped classroom | New blog by Wilhelmina Mensah-Aggrey

I appreciate the tools given in this course and will implemnt some of the now inmy traditional calass.

Action Plan | New comment by Adrian Carroll

Thanks Bellaida I found your action plan useful

Action Plan | New blog by Bellaida Lozano

Work on clear communication skills, Road map, and pacing. Self-Video tape Use memorable examples Focus on nonverbal communication Know my studens: Ability, Previous Experience, Motivation Identi...

ED 106 | New blog by Wilhelmina Mensah-Aggrey

This class has refreshed me and i will implement some of the recommendations especially for those with learning disability.

ED114 Questioning in the Classroom | New blog by Adrian Carroll

There was some use to taking this course. Most were common sense but a good reminder for best practise.

flipped classsroom | New blog by tara khosrowabadi

Fliipped classroom is a new idea to me.  somewhat laborious, needs a lot of prep.  but it is a good idea.  Every time students are in charge of learning they learn deeper and the owners...

Structured notes work for Sales training | New blog by Sabrina Curry

I created a participant guide with structured notes to serve as an active learning opportunity. Sales staff had a reference guide afterwards for their resource to refer to in the future.