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My post today is a personal reflection on effective feedback use. Feedback is a crucial aspect of the learning process. It helps us correct errors and improve performance in the future. However, effective feedback remains a problem in education.
One way to quickly spot educational fads is when the seller argues that something will “always work” and that’s it’s “super easy” to implement. As educators know all too well, human minds are complex and there is no approach that will “always work”.
By Yana Weinstein
Earlier this week, Dr. Kate Snyder wrote about how she used strategies for effective learning from cognitive psychology for her horse-riding (if you haven't read that, go down it right now). I can't top that, but I did find an interesting article…
In college, one of my roommates really liked the cookbook Deceptively Delicious: Simple Secrets to Get Your Kids Eating Good Food. The cookbook is full of dessert recipes with purred vegetables in it, and my roommate joked that she was going to bake brownies with …
Escape rooms have become increasingly popular over the last decade.... The interactive format and team based problem solving has made escape rooms popular with teachers as well.