These are a few links and notes from “Teaching 2.0: Engaging the Interactive Generation” by Chris Moersch at NECC 2009. I did not attend this full session, but got in on the end.
Dr Chris Moersch on HEAT walkthroughs
– identifying similarities and differences
– summarizing and note-taking
– reinforcing effort and providing recognition
– homework and practice
– nonlinguistic representations
– cooperative learning
Digital Age Learning Best Practices
– promoting shared expertise with networked collaboration
– bolstering inquiry through student questions
– making authentic connections
Do we see HEAT taking place in the classroom?
Near the end of the session Chris showed the EduTopia video “Dollars and Sense: Kids Invest in Funds — and Their Own Future”
What continuous improvement plan are you using to promote digital age teaching?
may the LoTi be with you
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