Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Edutopia's Top Posts for 2014

A site that regularly supplies us with interesting ( and practical ) links is Edutopia. Edutopia is a site set up byGeorge Lucas of Star Wars fame. I recommend you joining their  newsletter – add your e-mail on theEdutopia site.

George Lucas visiting a classroom
George and Darth Vader

The George Lucas Educational Foundation (GLEF) documents and disseminates the most exciting classrooms where these innovations are taking place. By shining the spotlight on these inspiring teachers and students, Edutopia hopes others will consider how their work can promote change in their own schools

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Edutopia. Happy End of 2014

Edutopia’s Top 10 for 2014

Some helpful (and awesome!) strategies to try in your classroom.

Use this list to teach problem solving, creativity, and critical thinking.

Discover 53 short and simple ways that you can use formative assessment.

Try these helpful attention-grabbing strategies, organized by grade level.

What myths would you like to see exposed? Some may surprise you.

This fan favorite is packed full of quick tips and free resources to make vocabulary memorable.

Put a pep in your step in 2015 with these teacher-recommended ideas.

This teacher remade his class for better collaboration. Watch the big AFTER reveal and get tips of your own!

Hear this veteran educator’s reflections on the six things she would’ve done differently.

How do you deal with classroom disruptions? Learn this two-step process.

As the year comes to a close, Edutopia wants to thank you for all you do to improve education. On behalf of everyone here at Edutopia, we wish you and yours a happy and healthy holiday!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Agree - it is a site all teachers should subscribe to.