December 2014 3
By Scott Sterling Just like a computer or office, the brain needs to organize information in a way that makes it easily accessible while enabling further growth. For example, if you can’t classify and find information related to the solar system, how are you supposed to understand astrophysics? Students need to move from rote memorization […]
By Scott Sterling You would think that needing to understand how to record and represent knowledge has lost importance in the age of smartphones, BYOD, and tablets. After all, to record knowledge, a student only has to tap the “record” button. That practice might accomplish one goal (having access to that knowledge at a later […]
By Scott Sterling The more rigorous college and career readiness standards, on which most states are embarking, universally call for students to have a deeper interaction with knowledge. It’s not enough to simply remember things—they have to be able to use new knowledge effectively in order to achieve goals, such as making strong arguments and […]
Ready to transform your school or district into a powerful 21st-century learning environment?
20 Strategies for Increasing Student Engagement
By William N. Bender
Make this the most engaging school year ever.
Boost morale and encourage teamwork with the SOAR School-Year Theme Kit.
RESERVE YOURS TODAY