Doris Lancaster @ OP

Doris Lancaster @ OP

Dunedin, New Zealand / I am privileged to work with the great staff at Otago Polytechnic - focusing on Learning and Teaching.
Doris Lancaster @ OP
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To conclude, in problem based learning, teacher presents student with a problem, not lectures or exercises. Students' learning becomes active because student discover and work with content that students determine to be necessary to solve the problem.

42 Fill-in-the-Blank Prompts For Students To Design Their Own Projects

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You can't do the Bloom stuff until you take care of the Maslow stuff--Alan Beck

Teaching High School Psychology: "Bloom Stuff" and "Maslow Stuff". Addressing safety, emotional and physical basic needs before logic, analysis and synthesis in any educational setting.

Elements of Culture

Elements of Culture ~ Relevant to world building in fiction. I certainly wouldn't attempt to determine every one of these elements.BUT this fantastic chart is a great place to get a grasp of your storyline.

Corkboard Connections: Checking for Understanding with Exit Tickets - Guest post by Greg Coleman from Mr. Elementary Math with excellent strategies for using exit tickets ... and a nice freebie!

Corkboard Connections: Checking for Understanding with Exit Tickets - Guest post by Greg Coleman from Mr. Elementary Math with excellent strategies for using exit tickets . and a nice freebie!

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Strategies for Helping Students Motivate Themselves | Edutopia

Teacher Paul Gigliotti suggests 12 simple interactive activities for teaching elementary and middle school students about how elections work.