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Why are games good for learning?

Why are games good for learning? Ever wondered what all the fuss is about around serious games? Take a look at this infographic for an overview of why games are good for learning.

This would be good to display in the classroom to remind students how to problem solve using their critical thinking skills.

Critical Thinking Toolkit Infographic- these are the types of questions a critical thinker is asking when working through inquiries.

Bloom's Taxonomy Revisited - from "Oscar Learn, Oscar Teach" http://oscarlearnoscarteach.tumblr.com/. There are lots of other great graphics there as well, mostly relating to English teaching.

Wake County Public School System Bloom's Taxonomy posters // Search terms: Higher order thinking skills, HOTS, higher level thinking…free printable posters!

This is a graphic demonstrating the value of active learning over passive learning. Thus teachers should strive to create a learning environment in which the student can learn to restructure new information and their prior knowledge into new knowledge about the content and to practice using it.  Not just have the student act as a complacent sponge and the teacher as the faucet just telling them what important and interesting.

The Active Learning and Student Performance Infographic presents how students in an active learning environment demonstrate better improvement in conceptual understanding.

"Sticky Teaching" - Smart Teaching, understanding what a brain can't ignore (infographic, from Chris Lema)

"Sticky Teaching" - Smart Teaching, understanding what a brain can't ignore (infographic, from Chris Lema) these verses! All year I've been trying to study and mimic how Jesus, the Great Teacher, taught. Good reminder for me!


The Why Teachers Should Use Rubrics Infographic shows how providing detailed explanations of an assignment using a rubric can assist students in both completing tasks and improving future performance and suggests various ways teachers can use.

Feedback Please

Events in Instruction- Event #7

The 27 Ways Teachers Can Give and Receive Feedback Infographic refers to Gagne’s event of instruction and presents ways that help teachers provide informative feedback to their students as well as receive feedback upon their teaching practices.

21 Things Every 21st Century School Teacher Should Do This Year via @sjunkins #NJPAECET2 #edtech pic.twitter.com/FsVOj6v9mF

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21 Things Every Century Teacher Should Do This Year. I hate the term Century teacher. we are almost 15 years in! Get over it and just TEACH to today's kids!

Inquiry student engagement questions

5 Powerful Questions Teachers Can Ask Students

An Overview of the Principles of Adult Learning

[INFOGRAPHIC] An Overview of the Principles of Adult Learning

PD: A simple infographic providing an Overview of the Principles of Adult Learning by Nicole Legault. Seems clear and common-sense . good food for thought by course designers.

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My Collection of Education Infographics

The Help Your Students Develop Critical Thinking Skills Infographic presents the 7 stages of critical thinking to turn your students into critical thinkers.