Category: Literacy

Design Principles for Effective Teacher Professional Development inIntegrated STEM Education: A Systematic Review

https://www.j-ets.net/collection/forthcoming-articles/24_4 Design Principles for Effective Teacher Professional Development inIntegrated STEM Education: A Systematic Review Source: 24_4_11.pdf – Google Drive

Copyright Continues To Be Abused To Censor Critics By Entities Both Big And Small | Techdirt

We need to change the way we protect copyright online A week after posting it, Quentin’s video got flagged for a copyright claim and was blocked. He fought that claim and the video was put back online. Then, months later, Quentin was assessed his first copyright strike by YouTube, meaning his account was now in jeapordy of being shut down if future strikes occurred. Source: Copyright Continues To Be Abused To Censor Critics By Entities […]

Ctrl-F: Helping make networks more resilient against misinformation can be as simple as two fingers » Nieman Journalism Lab

People have a limited amount of effort they’ll expend on verification, the lack of knowledge here may be as big a barrier as other cognitive biases. Why we aren’t vigorously addressing issues like this in order to build a more resilient information network (or even to just help students study efficiently!) is something I continue to not understand. Yes, we have big issues. But can we take five minutes and show people how to search? […]

Ctrl-F: Helping make networks more resilient against misinformation can be as simple as two fingers » Nieman Journalism Lab

The first thing you have to do to verify it is click the link. And right there, most students don’t know they should do that. They really don’t. It’s where most students fail, actually, their lack of link-clicking. Source: Ctrl-F: Helping make networks more resilient against misinformation can be as simple as two fingers » Nieman Journalism Lab

September | 2021 | Hapgood

Anyway, this is my attempted contribution to get us past the endless cycle where people involved with theorizing one level explain to people theorizing the other levels why their work is not the Real Work (TM). In reality, no link in the intervention chain can function meaningfully without the others. (And yes, I am mixing a “chain” metaphor with a “layers” metaphor, but it’s a first go here.) Source: September | 2021 | Hapgood

Teaching in the Age of Disinformation

Students would benefit, Caulfield says, if professors spent more time explaining how their discipline functions. Who do the experts turn to to understand how something in their field works? How is knowledge built? Describing to students how the World Health Organization comes up with its guidance around Covid-19, and how that differs from the CDC’s decision-making process, he says, is of greater long-term value for most students than understanding how mitochondria operate. Source: Teaching in […]

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