Launched in 2010 by KQED and NPR, MindShift explores the future of learning in all its dimensions, covering cultural and technology trends, innovations in education, groundbreaking research, education policy, and more. The editor is Tina Barseghian
Quando se abre uma nova aba no Google Chrome, encontra-mos uma caixa de pesquisa e os sites recentemente visitados… Pois bem, o Pinterest lançou uma extensão para o Chrome, que lhe permite escolher os seus interesses e, sempre que abrir uma nova aba, esta nova extensão irá trazer-lhe sempre uma imagem inspiradora diferente.
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High school students increasingly see school as something to "do," not a place to learn. How can parents and educators reframe success to allow schools to become a place of deep engagement and real learning?
But teachers who are more advanced in using technology and more comfortable with experimenting have students rotate through different learning modalities at different times, including time for online learning, working with the teacher face-to-face, and working on projects in groups fluidly.