Building Learning Communities
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Jennifer Abrams shares practical key insights into how we can all use this crazy time of COVID 19 to deepen our understanding of ourselves; knowing our identity, suspending certainty, taking responsibility, working interdependently, and building resiliency. Jennifer is a long time colleague and friend whose work as a communications consultant is in demand around the world. Enjoy.
Conversation with Dan Rothstein on teaching students the skill and fostering the confidence for asking more meaningful questions across all disciplines. My own sense is that the process Dan describes (QFT) is a prerequisite for teaching students to design the most effective searches on the web. Dan is the co-author with Luz Santana of "Make Just One Change: Teach Students to Ask Their Own Questions" and also the co-direct...
Lainie Rowell was a contributor to the National Standards for Quality Online Teaching. She has worked with schools all over the world to build capacity for innovation with teaching and learning. Lainie is a co-author of the recently published book, "Evolving Learner", which is available for purchase here, bit.ly/evolvinglearnerbook, with more information available here, EvolvingLearner.org.
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Eric Mazur, Harvard Applied Physics Chair, shares his pioneering work supporting online learning. Eric is a true seminal thinker about expanding the boundaries of learning by empowering students. Think Socrates meets the Internet!
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