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Hey teacher find your inner designer
2019 || Hardcover || Manon Mostert-van der Sar || Boom
Our world has changed a great deal since we first (or last) designed education. The current educational setting – a bunch of students in a classroom, at a set time and place, with one teacher sharing their knowledge as an omniscient authority – is still very much the same as it was a century ago.
In the Netherlands, the educational landscape provides, at least in theory, a great deal of freedom for schools to transform the contemporary learning environment as well as our vision of learnin...
Teaching with Clarity
How to Prioritize and Do Less So Students Understand More
2021 || Paperback || Tony Frontier || Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development
Focuses on three fundamental questions to help reduce curricular and organisational clutter in the interest of clarity and focus: What does it mean to understand? What is most important to understand? How do we prioritize our strategic effort to help students understand what is most important?
The Hidden Lives of Learners
2007 || Paperback || Graham Nuthall || NZCER Press
The Hidden Lives of Learners takes the reader deep into the hitherto undiscovered world of the learner. It explores the three worlds which together shape a student's learning - the public world of the teacher, the highly influential world of peers, and the student's own private world and experiences. What becomes clear is that just because a teacher is teaching, does not mean students are learning. Using a unique method of data collection through meticulous recording - audio, video, observati...
How Learning Happens
Seminal Works in Educational Psychology and What They Mean in Practice
2020 || Paperback || Paul A. Kirschner e.a. || Taylor & Francis
How Learning Happens introduces 28 giants of educational research and their findings on how we learn and what we need to learn effectively, efficiently, and enjoyably. Many of these works have inspired researchers and teachers all around the world and have left a mark on how we teach today. Exploring 28 key works on learning and teaching, chosen from the fields of educational psychology and cognitive psychology, the book offers a roadmap of the most important discoveries in how learning happens.
Each chapter examines a different work and explains its significance before describing the research, its implications for practice, how it can be used in the classroom and the key takeaways for teachers. Clearly divided into six sections, the book covers: How the brain works and what this means for learning and teaching Prerequisites for learning How learning can be supported Teacher activities Learning in context Cautionary tales and the ten deadly sins of education. Written by two leading experts and illustrated by Oliver Caviglioli, this is essential reading for teachers wanting to fully engage with and understand educational research as well as undergraduate students in the fields of education, educational psychology and the learning scienc...
Designing Effective Feedback Processes in Higher Education
A Learning-Focused Approach
2019 || Paperback || Naomi Winstone e.a. || Taylor & Francis
Feedback is one of the most powerful influences on student achievement, yet it is difficult to implement productively within the constraints of a mass higher education system. Designing Effective Feedback Processes in Higher Education: A Learning-Focused Approach addresses the challenges of developing effective feedback processes in higher education, combining theory and practice to equip and empower educators. It places less emphasis on what teachers do in terms of providing commentary, and ...