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Applying Cognitive Psychology to the Classroom - AP Psychology Teacher - @researchEd_US Speaker - @RoutledgeED Author

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@erickalenze Exactly.You mean to tell me that something that distracts you from instruction harms attention and memory of instruction?… https://t.co/6AcbGs051J
12/12
2019
It's getting near the end of the semester. Nerves are frayed. People are stressed. Try not to curse in the classro… https://t.co/aQhStSz6vZ
Retweeted by Blake HarvardSometimes I think in the new world of teaching I'm becoming morose, surly and cantankerous (and maybe I am, this ha… https://t.co/kYRuNCBaHD
Retweeted by Blake HarvardIt's getting near the end of the semester. Nerves are frayed. People are stressed. Try not to curse in the classro… https://t.co/aQhStSz6vZEnhancing questioning is a low risk/high reward starting point for instructor development. Shifting closed Qs to op… https://t.co/dDJAEFcbG9
Retweeted by Blake Harvard @MsGReadingTMS https://t.co/DlyENk1S9WWhat types of questions are you asking your students during class? https://t.co/4KWcZVPvY1https://t.co/Z2Qg4bSkKTIt's getting near the end of the semester. Nerves are frayed. People are stressed. Try not to curse in the classro… https://t.co/VWqxcR3bPD @EdPsychMama Yeah, but only for your students with an olfactory learning style. https://t.co/Pa0fDBn5RP @joshua_r_eyler I got the idea from @effortfuleduktr! See here for the original post: https://t.co/76JOavJ1aM
Retweeted by Blake Harvard @WarhamWilliam Sorry if it seems implied that you would advocate for any unwanted hug...I certainly didn't mean that you thought. Sorry.What types of questions are you asking your students during class? https://t.co/imNg7PVrTs https://t.co/vczznaWJWfThere’s a big imbalance of powers there. They may feel pressure to say yes, even though they want to say no. I’m… https://t.co/SdOqsihHwbI would’ve been quite uncomfortable giving any of my teachers a hug...heck, there are very few people I feel comfor… https://t.co/GvVjQuLCAI @EThorntonGHS Keep up the good fight. You got this. :) #fightthefluff @a_mcsquared @ZackHawes8 Very kind words. Thank you very much. :) @Morey2200 Exactly. To say that teaching is 75% acting is ridiculous. But...it sounds good, so it's acceptable for most of edutwitter.Definitely not a fan of this quote...unless, maybe, you're the theater teacher. https://t.co/xl8vrDygAK @steven_kolber https://t.co/dfSx457eXJ
12/11
2019
@BetsyDeVosED @rweingarten Thanks for reminding me that you are against me. -A public school teacher @AnnaRopp Super jelly. https://t.co/xRp6oZVJwRAssumptions About Learning in the Classroom Don't assume. You know what that does, right? https://t.co/pDMuAYxXC4 https://t.co/Dn1IZvCHsO
Retweeted by Blake HarvardAssumptions About Learning in the Classroom Don't assume. You know what that does, right? https://t.co/pDMuAYxXC4 https://t.co/Dn1IZvCHsO @VaughnPresents @AlamanceCC @Nick_Offerman That’s just fantastic. Looks great. You should be really proud. 👍🏻 https://t.co/QTu4caN62lLook at these awesome, free downloadable guides for educators on #retrievalpractice a key learning strategy support… https://t.co/pMJ2Zt2YfR
Retweeted by Blake HarvardOn Changing Minds What would it take to change your mind? https://t.co/boH9dfRQzJ https://t.co/XTRfIXdwrF @jontfila https://t.co/M4R8cofEOc @branowar Can’t say that I blame you. @JohncattUsa https://t.co/S6QAigbNhg @swopepsych Or a pyramid/triangle. @branowar 4 hugs or else.
12/10
2019
What in the world? https://t.co/5nAyxyUASpKnowledge is like a spider's web. The more you know, the stronger the web of knowledge. The stronger the web, the… https://t.co/4ZOlhxDmek
Retweeted by Blake HarvardOn Changing Minds What would it take to change your mind? https://t.co/boH9dfRQzJ https://t.co/Dh3uRLgZzKOn Changing Minds What would it take to change your mind? https://t.co/boH9dfRQzJ https://t.co/0c4jmkkOYvOn Changing Minds What would it take to change your mind? https://t.co/boH9dfRQzJ https://t.co/Uuh9WS8Pl5
Retweeted by Blake HarvardOn Changing Minds What would it take to change your mind? https://t.co/boH9dfRQzJ https://t.co/Uuh9WS8Pl5In today's EDvent treat, enjoy a bitesize blog about maximising the effectiveness of multiple choice questions from… https://t.co/yzDrjWjPs9
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12/9
2019
A Great Day Of Teaching…Or Was It? How do you know when you’ve had a great day of teaching? https://t.co/05YobgZ7zWWhen reviewing, should recall or recognition questions be provided for students to answer? https://t.co/imNg7PVrTs https://t.co/xMz6W80y3t
Retweeted by Blake HarvardWhen reviewing, should recall or recognition questions be provided for students to answer? https://t.co/imNg7PVrTs https://t.co/Er2JXiqViRNew Today! "We have to explicitly teach students how to construct meaning, and without active retrieval, we are l… https://t.co/5KGvRFWS6B
Retweeted by Blake HarvardGross. https://t.co/hQm69CuKV3Learning is addictive. https://t.co/mWw8pWq2I7
Retweeted by Blake HarvardWhen reviewing, should recall or recognition questions be provided for students to answer? https://t.co/imNg7PVrTs https://t.co/xMz6W80y3tKnowledge is like a spider's web. The more you know, the stronger the web of knowledge. The stronger the web, the… https://t.co/UbUGc7o7DN
Retweeted by Blake Harvard“What kinds of ?s should I ask my students? When should I provide recognition ?s (multiple-choice, matching, et cet… https://t.co/ZkYQaCMBFn
Retweeted by Blake HarvardKnowledge and understanding builds on prior knowledge. Absolutely true. https://t.co/n3gOHD42Ha
Retweeted by Blake HarvardSimple Activity to Prepare Homework While in the Classroom Creates healthy study habits and is transferable from c… https://t.co/CvcQ7UC98U
Retweeted by Blake HarvardGreat analogy to understand the role of schema, prior knowledge and context in learning 🕸 https://t.co/aePe7bvuRa
Retweeted by Blake HarvardKnowledge is like a spider's web. The more you know, the stronger the web of knowledge. The stronger the web, the… https://t.co/UbUGc7o7DNKnowledge is like a spider's web. The more you know, the stronger the web of knowledge. The stronger the web, the… https://t.co/YfxdwFOZfr
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12/8
2019
GREAT article for HS teachers on effective HW. Quick read. https://t.co/hAShDXVfW7
Retweeted by Blake HarvardKnowledge is like a spider's web. The more you know, the stronger the web of knowledge. The stronger the web, the… https://t.co/YfxdwFOZfrSimple Activity to Prepare Homework While in the Classroom Creates healthy study habits and is transferable from c… https://t.co/CvcQ7UC98U @taylorgrayson Oh geez...brutal.Knowledge is like a spider's web. The more you know, the stronger the web of knowledge. The stronger the web, the… https://t.co/4ZOlhxDmekSitting at a coffee shop right now...there are two people on a first date across from me...they are so nervous and… https://t.co/qNh7PTYDQXSimple Activity to Prepare Homework While in the Classroom Creates healthy study habits and is transferable from c… https://t.co/rzUXdpDtdcQuick and simple activity to adapt in any class to encourage retrieval, self-assessment, and leave students with a… https://t.co/plIi9caBvZ
Retweeted by Blake HarvardSimple Activity to Prepare Homework While in the Classroom Creates healthy study habits and is transferable from c… https://t.co/A9034KU61l
Retweeted by Blake HarvardSimple Activity to Prepare Homework While in the Classroom Creates healthy study habits and is transferable from c… https://t.co/A9034KU61lBoth types of Qs during #RetrievalPractice improve learning. @PoojaAgarwal and authors of #MakeitStick conducted re… https://t.co/lhcPy1grCk
Retweeted by Blake HarvardHighlight of my day: 17 year old student to me: You know I follow you on @Spotify, right? @teacher2teacher @mosswa @sboyd80 @YWG_66 @Hessteacherest @janellyarce @Mrs_Mongelli @TobiaBrooke @mssacksteinhttps://t.co/SRUm2asVXH
12/7
2019
Interesting question. What do you do? Recall or Recognition Questions When Retrieving? - The Effortful Educator… https://t.co/g1eTaFCTnA
Retweeted by Blake HarvardRecall or Recognition Questions When Retrieving? https://t.co/imNg7Qd2L0 https://t.co/Y3dZP2yyoO
Retweeted by Blake Harvard @PoojaAgarwal @PsyDocCindy @lkfazio @AcademicChatter It's all a lie. #powerlessteaching :) @NicoleBarbaro Not sure if we could then call it a textbook...might look more like a brochure or a pamphlet. #TeachPsychMultiple-choice tests have a bad rep. But, designed the right way, the create helpful #retrievalpractice. What's… https://t.co/L0l44EIkWG
Retweeted by Blake Harvard @JamesClear Here's how I've used spaced practice in my classroom: https://t.co/rST1n6MFdQ https://t.co/JHD6umWOue
12/6
2019
The Most Dangerous Phrases in Education When taken out of context, several popular quotes can be dangerous for the… https://t.co/uwkaqXWR9z
Retweeted by Blake HarvardThe Most Dangerous Phrases in Education When taken out of context, several popular quotes can be dangerous for the… https://t.co/dXYjqer2LwMaking meaning is the queen of desireable difficulties (imo) and hence exploring ways to "Organize knowledge usably… https://t.co/83YgfUuiDt
Retweeted by Blake HarvardRecall or Recognition Questions When Retrieving? https://t.co/imNg7Qd2L0 https://t.co/Y3dZP2yyoOThank you @RussoAlmostDead for spending 70 hours with me this year on @Spotify. You are my #1. #spotifywrappedThe Most Dangerous Phrases in Education When taken out of context, several popular quotes can be dangerous for the… https://t.co/uwkaqXWR9zRecall or Recognition Questions When Retrieving? https://t.co/imNg7PVrTs https://t.co/CxariVqFGd
Retweeted by Blake HarvardRecall or Recognition Questions When Retrieving? https://t.co/imNg7PVrTs https://t.co/CxariVqFGdWhen reviewing, should recall or recognition questions be provided for students to answer? https://t.co/4KWcZW77mB
Retweeted by Blake HarvardWhen reviewing, should recall or recognition questions be provided for students to answer? https://t.co/4KWcZW77mB @SnySciCHS Haha...that’s very fair.New Today When reviewing, should recall or recognition questions be provided for students to answer?… https://t.co/cqPdIcLHxQ
Retweeted by Blake HarvardI know this is well intentioned but it is based on a fictitious, misleading model. So many better, evidence-based m… https://t.co/C7W7snE4ox
Retweeted by Blake HarvardIn response to the recent wave of critiques that attempt to put @researchED_US/@researchED1 at odds with equity wor… https://t.co/But3FwW5sH
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12/5
2019
"Educators like me are concerned that, so far, the equity conversation isn’t centered enough on actual classroom pr… https://t.co/LkM5aQabl0
Retweeted by Blake HarvardNew Today When reviewing, should recall or recognition questions be provided for students to answer?… https://t.co/cqPdIcLHxQNo. Having 3 kids isn't basically the same as having 2 kids. https://t.co/PGCvJasg8yNew Today When reviewing, should recall or recognition questions be provided for students to answer?… https://t.co/qsk6ntNdUE
Retweeted by Blake Harvard @ghenrick Great question...I need to look into that option. Thanks.I just decided to back out of a speaking engagement...I hate it and I feel quite unprofessional, but I just had to… https://t.co/1U6gUMvSSl @teacher2teacher Summative assessments are structured like the AP exam my students will take in May...it allows the… https://t.co/FpNs1Jjh2ONew Today When reviewing, should recall or recognition questions be provided for students to answer?… https://t.co/zYA63SgLqO
Retweeted by Blake Harvard @teacher2teacher It really depends...most days include some sort of low-stakes assessment of info from previous day… https://t.co/GAXHU8SbAVNew Today When reviewing, should recall or recognition questions be provided for students to answer?… https://t.co/zYA63SgLqO @it_se @ssat https://t.co/5pnNOEql0q @it_se @ssat Learning styles may be worth it? #SSATNC19New Today When reviewing, should recall or recognition questions be provided for students to answer?… https://t.co/qsk6ntNdUEWhen reviewing, should recall or recognition questions be provided for students to answer? https://t.co/imNg7PVrTs https://t.co/gFOfj9eOwo
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12/4
2019

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