Category Archives: Teaching Strategy

Effective Use of Groups in the Classroom

Using groups to help engage and involve students in their learning has become common place in today’s classrooms.  Unfortunately, it also presents many opportunities for students to be off task and to waste time chatting.  Another danger of group work … Continue reading

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Four Ways to Reflect (via Stable Transitions)

These four ways of reflecting have been now been used by many profs, teachers and students. They seem to be very helpful in guiding what to say in a reflection and have often led learners to a discovery about themselves … Continue reading

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Two Little Words that make a Huge Difference

Have you noticed any changes taking place in Education recently?  Conversations between teachers and students across the province have included emphasis on two small words that have now become very important in daily educational practices.  The two little words that … Continue reading

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Why Use ePortfolios for Assessment?

The eportfolio has been used successfully for assessment in K- 12 education as well as many faculties of higher education.  In addition to Education, it is often used in the Arts, the Humanities and Social Sciences; it is now becoming … Continue reading

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