Friday, 29 July 2016

The Science of Learning

I've always believed that teachers must be guided by what research says about teaching and learning. This is one wonderful article highlighted in a group I've joined. Thanks to Learning Innovation Circle (https://www.facebook.com/groups/LearningInnovationCircle/?pnref=story) and in particular Zaid Ali Alsagoff (https://www.facebook.com/zaid.alsagoff?fref=nf), whose expertise is mind blowing!. FYI Zaid I've been very quiet because I just feel overwhelmed by the experts in your group. A small teacher like me who belongs to the baby boomers generation is still learning how to embrace technology in her classroom in small strides. Thanks also to Fazleen (http://fadzleen.com/?page_id=22) for accepting me into the group. 

Sometimes teachers make day-to-day teaching and learning decisions in the classroom based on their whims and fancy. Small wonder then the results achieved. It's time to change this by doing some reading on what research actually says before planning to teach. Enjoy the article below!





(credit: http://deansforimpact.org/the_science_of_learning.html)








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