Interesting article by TeachThought about some traditional view on education and the role of the teacher/education as a tool for developing an interesting life.
This a recent book about common situations in the classroom, and how to deal with them. You will feel identified with many situations, and some of the ideas can be really useful and simple to put into practice.
You can find some more comments about it here.
Outliers School grabbed our attention from the moment it launched its first proposal. Although not every lecturer has the possibility of teaching outside a classroom, there are many ideas, examples and concepts that can be applied, even in “traditional” higher education. Here you have the link to their site (in English and Spanish).
This is the launching video (in Spanish):
Have you checked Ed Puzzle, a free tool that allows you to create your own videos easily? You can use previous material, add information, edit and cut, and also check how your students are doing.
The digital world is as real as the physical one, although it may not seem so sometimes. In order to help our young students understand that you have to be a responsible citizen also online, Edudemic published this interesting guide that you can check here.
Moreover, Edutopia published some resources around this.
And last but not least, Wikipedia gives ideas to develop students’ literacy about statistics (or big data, under its recent and fashionable name…)
Hope you find it useful!
Some students from the Universtiy of Westminster prepared this video to show how to research assignments. Great ideas in less than 5 minutes!