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”Alla barn ska ha tillgång till bemannat skolbibliotek”

”Alla barn ska ha tillgång till bemannat skolbibliotek” | Apprentissage | Scoop.it
“ 2,4 miljarder till läsning. God läsförståelse är grundläggande både i arbets­livet och i demokratin – ändå sjunker den bland svenska skolelever. Bemannade skolbibliotek och en stärkt lärarkår är tv...”
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"Att kunna läsa och skriva är nyckeln både till böckernas värld, och till att kunna ta del av, förstå och utvecklas i skolans alla ämnen. Den elev som missförstår en klurig räkneuppgift räknar sig fram till fel svar, även om hon har matematikkunskaperna. Den som inte själv kan söka, granska och förstå källor på internet, har svårt att klara samhällsvetenskapliga ämnen."

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How Mobile Devices Can Promote The Development Of Non-Cognitive Skills

How Mobile Devices Can Promote The Development Of Non-Cognitive Skills | Apprentissage | Scoop.it
"Although there are many reasons to use the iPads in the classroom, the development of noncognitive skills is one the educators should consider as well with the implementation of the device. Since the early 1980s, educators and employers across many disciplines have stressed the importance of noncognitive skills although the focus of most educational research has been dedicated to the relationship between cognitive skills and student achievement."
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”Alla barn ska ha tillgång till bemannat skolbibliotek”

”Alla barn ska ha tillgång till bemannat skolbibliotek” | Apprentissage | Scoop.it
“ 2,4 miljarder till läsning. God läsförståelse är grundläggande både i arbets­livet och i demokratin – ändå sjunker den bland svenska skolelever. Bemannade skolbibliotek och en stärkt lärarkår är tv...”
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Anu Ojaranta's curator insight, September 30, 2013 12:42 PM

"Att kunna läsa och skriva är nyckeln både till böckernas värld, och till att kunna ta del av, förstå och utvecklas i skolans alla ämnen. Den elev som missförstår en klurig räkneuppgift räknar sig fram till fel svar, även om hon har matematikkunskaperna. Den som inte själv kan söka, granska och förstå källor på internet, har svårt att klara samhällsvetenskapliga ämnen."

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E-Learning: Infographic

E-Learning: Infographic | Apprentissage | Scoop.it
“What does it take to build successful e-learning? [infographic] (What does it take to build successful e-learning?”
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29 Ways to Stay Creative (Infographic)

29 Ways to Stay Creative (Infographic) | Apprentissage | Scoop.it
“Inspirational infographics submission by 'islam.abudaoud' on Creattica - 29 Ways to Stay Creative (Infographic)”
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Becoming a world champion blogger by leveraging your existing characteristics and resources

Becoming a world champion blogger by leveraging your existing characteristics and resources | Apprentissage | Scoop.it
“ Editor's Note: At Scoop.it, we believe content curation is just as powerful as original content generation.”
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Stoltz-Loike: Why flexible online instruction beats MOOCs - Newsday

Stoltz-Loike: Why flexible online instruction beats MOOCs - Newsday | Apprentissage | Scoop.it
“ Stoltz-Loike: Why flexible online instruction beats MOOCs Newsday Two years ago, massive open online courses, known as MOOCs, burst on to the education scene when Stanford University offered a free introductory course in artificial intelligence...”
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How To Teach Critical Thinking Using Bloom's Taxonomy - Edudemic

How To Teach Critical Thinking Using Bloom's Taxonomy - Edudemic | Apprentissage | Scoop.it
“You can now easily integrate Bloom's Taxonomy into the teaching of critical thinking skills in your classroom using a fabulously simple chart!”
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Why Teachers Should Be Preparing For A Multi-Screen Classroom

Why Teachers Should Be Preparing For A Multi-Screen Classroom | Apprentissage | Scoop.it
“ Students are accustomed to having a bunch of iPads and laptops around them. So it's time to prepare for a multi-screen classroom as well! The post Why Teachers Should Be Preparing For A Multi-Screen Classroom appeared first on Edudemic.”
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What’s the social world teaching us these days? | Scoop.it Blog

What’s the social world teaching us these days? | Scoop.it Blog | Apprentissage | Scoop.it
Social media has had an impact on both business and people’s personal and private life. The impact on business is not as massive as many people assume, but this does not mean that many businesses have not adopted social media, as it is a free resource after all. Here are a few things that social media has taught us all.The most immediate effects on a person’s private lifeIt has lowered phone bills. People are using social media instead of texting and calling. Staying in touch is simply a case of logging onto social media these days. On the other hand, it has also lowered the amount of physical social interaction. People are simply using social media as a substitution for seeing people in real life. There appears to be a casual payoff, as people tend to stay predominantly more in touch than top UK writers, whilst seeing each other less frequently.Click headline to read more--
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Learning to learn: losing yourself in passion

Learning to learn: losing yourself in passion | Apprentissage | Scoop.it
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