How to Promote Divergent Thinking in Your Students

What would happen if, one day, NASA discovers that the moon actually is made out of cheese? Would it fall out of the sky? Would it spontaneously (and deliciously) explode? Is this even worth thinking about? This kind of question is not only worth asking, but is also a great way to develop creative and higher-order thinking skills in your students.

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Open All Hours

I have spent the last six years thinking about and creating open educational resources. I have had two very important guides over this time: Stephen Downes and Leigh Blackall. Guides are very important if we are to venture out from closed information networks. I have felt emboldened by the advice I have received from Stephen’s OLDaily newsletter and by Leigh’s…

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How to Create a Constructivist Learning Environment Through Hosting a Dinner Party

Deeper learning or construction happens when the student is actively involved in their learning process. Learn our tips for creating a Constructivist learning environment online!

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