• by Bill Soistmann
    Programmer, educator, troublemaker. I love baseball.

Do Our Questions Inhibit Learning? via @TeacherToolkit

Do you ever find that only a select few pupils opt in to discussions, put hands up or are vocal in class? How could stopping using ‘Who…’ and ‘Can…’ at the beginning of our questions change this? Source: Do Our Questions Inhibit Learning? via @TeacherToolkit

No classrooms, lessons or homework: New Zealand school where children are free to roam | World news | The Guardian

Source: No classrooms, lessons or homework: New Zealand school where children are free to roam | World news | The Guardian

Pop-Up MOOC – Engagement in a Time of Polarization – ProfHacker – Blogs – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Source: Pop-Up MOOC – Engagement in a Time of Polarization – ProfHacker – Blogs – The Chronicle of Higher Education