Marcia Webb’s students have put brush to canvas to depict the lives of the Mi’kmaq in Nova Scotia, an effort the Halifax West High School teacher believes helped them better appreciate the aboriginal group’s rich history.
Australian Aboriginal history is the only history that grows both ways—forward into the present and backwards into the past as new scientific methods indicate that archaeological sites are much older than originally thought.
A film developed to empower primary school councils, and give pupils an understanding of democracy and representation. Featuring the headteacher and pupils of Thomas Buxton Primary School in Tower Hamlets.
"The mission of My Kindness Counts is to encourage young people from around the nation to work together in brainstorming better ways to address bullying in our communities." http://www.mykindnesscounts.com/
Students are more inclined to use education tools when they’re fun, and mind maps fit the bill. The process of creating a mind map is as important as the finished map, and students and teachers like using mind maps because the mind mapping process is engaging and motivating...
12 Canoes is a broadband website presenting, in an artistic, cultural and educational context, the stories, art and environment of the Yolngu people who live around the Arafura swamp in north-eastern Arnhem Land.
Almost 25 years ago, I wrote a widely-read and discussed paper that was entitled: “A True Test: Toward More Authentic and Equitable Assessment” that was published in the Phi Delta Kappan. I believe the phrase was my coining, made when I worked with Ted Sizer at the Coalition of Essential Schools, as a way of describing “true” tests as opposed to merely academic and unrealistic school tests. I first used the phrase in print in an article for Educational Leadership entitled “Teaching to the (Authentic) Test” in the April 1989 issue.
A disaster simulation game from the UN/ISDR. Upper primary teachers might use this game when teaching about the roles, rights and responsibilities of governments and how different groups in societies respond to disasters.
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