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Encontraba hoy la página de un proyecto que me resultaba tremendamente interesante, The Global Peace Index. lo firma el Institute for Economics and Peace y describe un marco conceptual desde el q...
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How do you teach children empathy for others ?Show them empathy. Openly empathize with others as an example.
Talk about feelings, a lot. Theirs, yours, anyone’s. Talk about fictional character’s feelings. Connect these feelings to your children. ” Wow Alexander is really angry at his brother. Have you ever been angry at your brother?” Role play. We use this strategy all the time from preparing our kids for special events like holiday parties to going on the airplane and conflicts with friends. Work to see their viewpoint as often if not more often than we try to force them to see ours. When your kid is acting up it’s hard sometimes to put yourself in their shoes. It might make you feel soft or like a pushover even. You can still have clear and solid boundaries and consequences while empathizing and it will encourage empathetic responses from your kids as well. Teach by example. Don’t wait for your child to feel an emotion before you talk about that emotion. Have them practice putting themselves in others shoes. Tell stories true and fictional. There are a lot of experiences my kids haven’t had but I have and I use those as we explore feelings. It gives them a connection to the feelings without having to have had to experience it themselves, at least not yet.
Once kids can empathize with children
Don't cry because he has gone - smile becaue he was here.
As Dr Suess almost said.
Don't cry because he has gone - celebrate because he was here.
As Dr Seuss almost said.
¿Qué quedará, dentro de diez años, de todas esas tecnologías urbanas inteligentes que hoy tanto prometen?
Students shouldn’t only be listeners. They should also interact with learning content. Quiz is one of the possible interactions that gives great results for long-term knowledge. There are four basic types of questions: multiple choice, single choice, true/false and fill in the blanks. As I’ll explain, these types serve slightly different purposes, but the main purpose of all quizzes is assessment. You can and should mix it up with different types of questions – as it engages the students mind in multiple ways. There are however some basic principles to follow.
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The rise in e-Learning's popularity isn't showing any signs of slowing. In fact, judging by the following Top 10 eLearning statistics for 2014 article and infographic, the future of the e-Learning Industry is brighter than ever.
Descubre cuáles son los aspectos clave del éxito del modelo educativo finlandés, el que muchos consideran el mejor sistema educativo del mundo.
Sistema emergente de trabajo en la que la acción y el conocimiento de los individuos y las organizaciones interactúan entre sí. Así, la autoridad y la autoría del conocimiento resultante no es vertical, sino distribuida.
Comenzamos esta selección de lecturas recomendadas con un artículo que lleva por título "Are You a Thought-Provider or a Thought-Provoker?" [algo así como "¿Ofreces ideas o provocas la reflexión?"]...
La creciente demanda de un mundo hambriento de Internet ha llevado a Japón a sumergirse en un ambicioso proyecto para desarrollar una nueva tecnología que reemplace a la actual Red y que sea más rápida y confiable.
Hola: Una infografía sobre los 10 mandamientos del éxito. Vía Un saludo Los 10 mandamientos del éxito Archivado en: Infografía Tagged: Infografía
A fascinating site with thought provoking questions specifically for teachers and students.
Learn how to create an engaging blog series with these useful tips!
A great way to spread out your content over a few weeks is to create a blog series! This will force you to fully think and plan out your idea, as well as to publish at least once a week. :-)
Further, it's a great opportunity to link back to previous posts on your blog as well as to leave the readers wanting more and increase the changes of their return.
From the #UKEdchat archive: Session 32 - What’s the purpose of education? Are we heading in the right direction? http://t.co/nVJfuhdnVv
As teachers and students browse the Internet, they often find websites, articles and videos they want to share. However, finding those resources again is often a challenge, as it is nearly impossible to keep all of those links organized. Social bookmarking tools make the process of finding, organizing and sharing online resources much easier, and can also be put to use in a variety of ways within the classroom. We have handpicked some of the best social bookmarking tools for educators to organize their online resources.
The Science as an open enterprise report highlights the need to grapple with the huge deluge of data created by modern technologies in order to preserve the principle of openness and to exploit data in ways that have the potential to create a second open science revolution.
Exploring massive amounts of data using modern digital technologies has enormous potential for science and its application in public policy and business. The report maps out the changes that are required by scientists, their institutions and those that fund and support science if this potential is to be realised.
Areas for action
Six key areas for action are highlighted in the report:
Scientists need to be more open among themselves and with the public and media
Greater recognition needs to be given to the value of data gathering, analysis and communication
Common standards for sharing information are required to make it widely usable
Publishing data in a reusable form to support findings must be mandatory
More experts in managing and supporting the use of digital data are required
New software tools need to be developed to analyse the growing amount of data being gathered