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Tag Archives: Applied behavior analysis
What is Student Engagement? And What Should it Be?
Maybe those seems like weird questions. But they’ve been bouncing around in my head for a while now. I hear a lot of people talk about student engagement as a goal, but I get the impression that not everyone means … Continue reading
Posted in App Reviews & Recs, Instructional Design, Learner Behavior, Technology Tagged Applied behavior analysis, Behavior, Child, Classroom, Colleges and Universities, Education, education apps, education technology, Educational technology, Educators, Instructional design, IPad, K through 12, Learning, Mastery learning, Methods and Theories, mlearning, Student, Student engagement, Time management, Wikipedia 1 Comment
When is Enough, Enough in Education?
This post was written by Dr. Aubrey Daniels and originally appeared on his blog, Aubrey’s Blog. It is reposted here, with his permission and my appreciation. ________________________________________________________________ On NPR this week I heard a report of a study on teacher … Continue reading
Posted in Academics, Instructional Design Tagged Applied behavior analysis, Aubrey Daniels, Behavior Analysis, Classroom, Education, Educators, Instructional design, K through 12, Kate Walsh, Learning, Montgomery County Public Schools, NAEP, National Assessment of Educational Progress, National Council on Teacher Quality, Student, Teacher, teaching, United States 2 Comments
Competency-Based Education and Me.
I’m kind of liking this competency-based education thing. I think I’ve been behind the curve on this, because it’s only really come to my attention recently. And when I did a little more reading for this post, I could see … Continue reading
Posted in Assessment, Instructional Design Tagged Applied behavior analysis, Associate degree, Carnegie Unit and Student Hour, Education, Instructional design, Learning, Mastery learning, Performance, Southern New Hampshire University, Student, United States Department of Education, US Department of Education 4 Comments
Worksheets: BAD. Technology: GOOD. An Analysis.
I was skimming through my twitter feed the other day and saw a tweet that stopped me dead in my tracks. I can’t quote it verbatim now, but it said something like this: Worksheets allow teachers to pretend that they’re … Continue reading
Newtown Violence: A Defense of Autism Spectrum Disorders
I remember when I first heard the description of Newtown shooter Adam Lanza on the radio. “Quiet student, kept to himself, carried a briefcase at school.” “Oh no,” I thought to myself, “Asperger’s.” Nobody was talking about a potential developmental … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Adam Lanza, Alexander Graham Bell, Alfred Hitchcock, Applied behavior analysis, ASD, Asperger, Asperger syndrome, Autism spectrum, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Behavior, Child, Diagnosis, Education, Franz Kafka, George Washington, Health, Isaac Asimov, Learning, Newtown, Student, Teacher, Vincent Van Gogh 4 Comments
The Power of One…A Reminder
From time to time we all question how much of a difference we, as individuals, can really make. I’ve been experiencing those moments of self-doubt as I move down this entrepreneurial road. Most of the time I think, shaking my … Continue reading
Attention problem? Let’s blame classroom technology!
I don’t know how I managed to miss this story, but did you all see the piece in the NY Times a few weeks ago, Technology Changing How Students Learn, Teachers Say? If you didn’t, you should check it out. The … Continue reading
Posted in Learner Behavior, Professional Development, Technology Tagged Applied behavior analysis, Attention span, Behavior, Behavior Analysis, Child, Classroom, Dan Willingham, Education, Educational technology, Educators, Learning, New York Times, Steven Pinker, Student, Teacher, Technology 5 Comments