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The ‘A’ in STEAM: What, Why, and How

Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Tue, Aug 25, 2020

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” – Pablo Picasso

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Topics: Student Engagement, STEAM, teacher resources, steam education, student learning

Remote Learning TiPS for Teachers, Parents, Students

Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Thu, Aug 13, 2020

Whatever our opinions are on in-class vs remote learning, the unpredictability of coronavirus has necessitated that many districts opt for the latter to ensure the safety of teachers, school staff, and students. That being the case, the following are helpful tips for teachers, parents, and students.

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Topics: tips for teachers, Parent resources, distance learning, distance teaching, online learning, student learning, remote learning

Blended Learning in Effect

Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Tue, Jul 14, 2020

As more and more school districts are making decisions about schools reopening and how learning will take place, an approach that is being considered is blended learning. It is doubtful that many have not already heard of blended learning so let’s refer to its simplest form – bricks and clicks learning (‘bricks’ is face-to-face learning in a physical classroom; ‘clicks’ is online learning in a virtual classroom). Most teachers and students have experience using desktops, laptops, and/or tablets to do things such as research information or take state tests. So, bricks and clicks is familiar and in some cases a whole school initiative.

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Topics: Student Engagement, tips for teachers, blended learning, student learning

Five Blended Learning Models to Consider for the Fall

Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Thu, Jun 11, 2020

It’s doubtful that you haven’t already heard of the concept of blended learning, but just in case, this approach combines face-to-face learning with online learning experiences. Basically, blended learning changes what has been traditionally ‘front-of-class’ style of lesson delivery to incorporating digital tools and features to create a more interactive and engaging experience. Blended learning used to be a novel idea that some teachers saw as an innovative opportunity to explore, but it has become more necessary as learners – digital natives – spend more time creating and viewing content on web-enabled devices (think Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok).

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Topics: Education Technology, distance learning, distance teaching, blended learning models, online learning, student learning

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