The setup. Now for some context. What’s the seemingly oddest learning experience you’ve had that you were able to make a connection with? What about with your students? How do we teach people to see patterns and connections.
60 Minutes on Mindfulness
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First read this: Thoughts?
We’re on a roll. Today’s Walk and Talk asks a simple but I think challenging question: Why would students want to come to your class? It really came out of a post I wrote last week called “Put Away The Laptops“. I’m dead serious when I ask for some comments here. I’d love to know
Remember the Walk and Talk series? Sure you do. At least pretend you do and go back and watch the past episodes and then reshare them. They’re pretty good. Tim kicks off this school year with some interesting thoughts on grading. Watch and give him some feedback, he’s asking for some.
Tim has a new toy and has some thoughts about it.
Kyle and Chad are on site preparing for the upcoming livestream when then ask a really interesting question.
To cheat or not to cheat.
After a few weeks hiatus, we’re back. This time I’m asking, what was your seminal moment of learning? I need your feedback.