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Student-Centered Learning: Methods of Best Practice

GotTechED Epi 14 Student-Centered Learning

GotTechED Episode #14: Student-Centered Learning: Methods of Best Practice

Welcome to GotTechED the Podcast! In this episode, Guise and Nick discuss student-centered strategies that every teacher should know.  After a teachers inquiry, they explain the difference between gamification and game-based learning. They also take a look at social media and some creative ways that it can be used in the classroom.  Finally, Guise and Nick argue over the best time-saving Chrome Extensions.

Student-Centered Strategies Every Teacher Must Know

Teacher Question: Differences Between Gamification and Game-Based Learning

Social Media in the Classroom

Tech Battle Royale: Time-Saving Chrome Extensions

  1. Nick argues for Equatio
  2. Guise argues for Last Pass

Music Credits:

  1. The Degs: Shotgun

Social Media:

  1. Guise on Twitter @guisegotteched
  2. Nick on Twitter @nickgotteched
  3. GotTechED the Podcast on Twitter @wegotteched

Other Relatable Episodes:

  1. Making the Switch from Traditional to Student-Centered Teaching
  2. Second-Chance Learning, Escape Rooms, and Pecha Kucha
  3. Flipped Classroom, UDL, and Edtech Reform
  4. Is a Genius Hour a Genius Idea
  5. Using Edjinotes for Student Collaboration and Feedback with Dan Gallagher
  6. EdTech Fantasy Draft: 41 EdTech Tools for the Student-Centered Classroom
  7. 24 Tech Tools for Student-Centered Learning
  8. How to Implement Passion Projects into your Classroom

Other ways to follow GotTechED

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  5. Twitter
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About the author, Eric

Eric Guise is a media specialist and technology coach with more than a decade of experience as a teacher.

Eric was named the 2016 Biology Teacher of Year by the New Jersey Biology Teachers Association and is currently pursuing an EdD in Leadership in Digital Transformation in Educational Technology.

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