Tag Archives: learning by doing

A Collaborative Future

Transforming education with multi-touch, multi-person technology. GUEST COLUMN | by Jonathan Priestley Recent studies from Harvard and Michigan State University have shown that group activities empower individuals to perform better in a variety of tasks compared to working independently. In … Continue reading

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Helping Students Learn by Doing

What happens to learning when students are able to interact with content. GUEST COLUMN | by Tom Piche “Anyone, anyone?” echoed Ben Stein’s character to a disengaged class in the 1986 classic Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Thankfully, education has dramatically … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Learnerator

An engaging platform that delivers practice materials created by educators across a variety of academic and professional subjects, Learnerator offers more than 10,000 AP-style practice questions. Thousands of students use it to help them master concepts through a “learning by doing” … Continue reading

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