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Monthly Archives: January 2021

We learn in all modalities: You are not a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic learner

Author: Jovi Nazareno, EdM Candidate at Harvard Graduate School of Education While surrounded by educators in a course called Becoming an Expert Learner1, a discussion came up about how to support memory in learners. We talked about the importance and helpfulness of exposure to multiple modalities of information. This topic became tangled up with what [...]

2021-01-23T23:16:26-05:00January 23rd, 2021|Articles|Comments Off on We learn in all modalities: You are not a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic learner

Advantages of Teaching Online are Confirmed, by Cynthia Borja, Ph.D.

Cynthia Borja was interviewed (in Spanish) in El Comercio about some "Advantages of Online Teaching". This interview was published in a special edition "Challenges 2021". Full text is on page 22, Click here

2021-01-21T17:10:48-05:00January 21st, 2021|News|Comments Off on Advantages of Teaching Online are Confirmed, by Cynthia Borja, Ph.D.

Memory overconfidence: A student’s perspective

Author: Jovi Nazareno, EdM Candidate at Harvard Graduate School of Education When in the midst of a busy semester, I too often find myself in moments of what I’ll call memory overconfidence. The long to-do list lures me to move quickly, to get things done. Patience with myself can begin to feel like a luxury [...]

2021-01-07T05:55:18-05:00January 6th, 2021|Articles|Comments Off on Memory overconfidence: A student’s perspective
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