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5 Ways to Teach Character with Edtech

5 ways to teach character with edtech #1: curiosity Give students exciting choices for independent research projects Network with other classes using video-conferencing and collaborate. Use rich multimedia in presentations # 2: perseverance Use ExitTicket to give assessments and consistently use the RETEACH option to review material and address misconceptions. Follow it with another exercise to lock it in # 3: conscientiousness The SuperStreak app inside ExitTicket rewards streaks of correct answers. Students begin to think more critically to preserve their hot streak # 4: self-regulation Time your exercises. Use interventions to coach students to evaluate their own performance data in ExitTicket and plan their own growth goals # 5 optimism Keep activities fun and engaging. Celebrate growth: Even when students have low averages, it's still easy to identify areas of strength in their scorebooks. You can get more from your educational technology than you may have first thought. Remember, tools should add to the relationship you have with your students and never replace it. All of the tips here require a skilled teacher and mentor to capture students' imaginations and guide them on a self-driven exploration with helpful performance metrics that empower students to take ownership. ExitTicket can help you. et

5 Ways to Teach Character with Edtech

shared by dan.adiletta on Jan 28
Non-cognitive skills, popularized by the Paul Tough's How Children Succeed, can be taught in class with edtech. These are character skills that are thought to have a strong impact on a person's inclin...




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