Monthly Archives: September 2013

Remembering and Forgetting.

I recently read an article about how we remember and why we forget on the website Brain Connection. http://brainconnection.positscience.com/how-we-remember-and-why-we-forget/.  In this article the author had and interesting view on memory.  The author explored how experiences become memories, and examined whether … Continue reading

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How Do You Learn?

                      A few days ago I was asked to describe my learning style. I struggled to identify my style and was clueless about the implication of not knowing the answer to this question.  After extensive research I found a very … Continue reading

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Understanding how the brain processes information

I struggle with retention and focus when I read instructional text books with unfamiliar material. I usually find myself drifting and often must read the material several times.  I do not retain much of what I read and I am … Continue reading

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Building online learning communities

Originally posted on idt2me:
Shana Tova!  Glad you could make it to my blog. Today’s blog is about online learning communities. Engaging learners in instruction is not a new teaching strategy (Conrad & Donaldson, 2011).  Student engagement is necessary…

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Blog Review

I am currently an elementary school teacher and, I am hoping to make the plunge into the world of Instructional systems design.  This is a new concept for me, but I have already seen some similarities in instructional delivery.   Whether … Continue reading

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