No virtual session for tonight and no recorded lecture for next Tuesday’s week 8 class:)
Please continue to work on your Unit Plan and Podcast/Flipped project. Post both on you GSite when finalized (add new pages).
See you at Rowley Hall for our next to last class on July 23rd.
- Watch the video with Howard Gardner on Digital Youth via @edutopia and respond to at least 2 of the questions below the video.
- Explore the resources at BrainRules.net and add a comment to this post about how you can apply a few of these rules in your future classrooms.
- Read and comment on at least one of your classmate’s blogs.
- Read at least one of the posts on mobile learning and post a reaction/review on your personal blog. Please include the link of the post you are writing about and include an image that supports the topic.
1. What are specific ethical issues you see kids struggling when they use digital media?
Answer here >>> http://padlet.com/wall/foxmyrlthz
2. How is our sense of identity changing in the digital world? How can adults learn from kids and guide them at the same time?
Answer here >>> http://padlet.com/wall/nzmz3n8811
3. How does teaching and learning change in a world where information is at your fingertips?
Answer here >>> http://padlet.com/wall/4rs30vdbik
What do we know about the brain and how does what we know (or think we know) drive how we teach. John Medina and his book Brain Rules breaks the latest brain research into 12 principles/rules. His book is a great read and it is supported by a companion DVD. Much of the video content on the DVD is shared on his website @BrainRules.net. On this site you can access information/activities to support all 12 principles/rules by selection the icon at the top of the media window.
Check out this news report that does a great job of summarizing the book.