Category Archives: Learning

Google Classroom Comment Bank vs. Setting Your Preferences in Google Docs

I was excited in August when Google Classroom got an upgrade. The feature I was most excited about was the Google Classroom comment bank. Two year ago, I decided I was all done taking grading home and moved all feedback and assessment … Continue reading

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Cultivating Communities of Practice

By Tim Seavey and Catlin Tucker A Community of Practice (CoP) is a branch within social learning theory that resides within the constructivism paradigm. A CoP is a social system and defined as a group of individuals who share a … Continue reading

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Reflections on Situated Learning vs. The Traditional School System

The more I learn about situated learning theory, developed by Jean Lave and Etienne Wenger, the more I find myself reflecting on the sharp contrast between authentic learning and the design of traditional schools and curriculum. In an attempt to teach … Continue reading

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