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Why I quit my teaching job mid-year | The Cornerstone

Why I quit my teaching job mid-year | The Cornerstone | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
I debated on whether I should do a nice Thanksgiving Day post as I've done in the past (I still love this one.) But this year, I thought I would write a post...
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A Tale of Two Teachers: Why You Shouldn't Try to Be the Favorite

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In rare instances they can be the same, but not often. Many students confuse their favorite with the best, but that’s a common misconception. Hear me out: as a teacher, you shouldn’t try to be the favorite.
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MEC e Inep divulgam dados do Censo da Educação Superior 2016

Em 2016, 34.366 cursos de graduação foram ofertados em 2.407 instituições de educação superior (IES) no Brasil para um total de 8.052.254 estudantes matriculados. Os dados são do Censo da Educação Superior e foram divulgados nesta quinta feira (31) em coletiva de imprensa com a presença do ministro da Educação, Mendonça Filho, da secretária executiva do Ministério da Educação (Mec), Maria Helena Guimarães de Castro, e da presidente do Instituto Nacional de Estudos e Estatísticas Educacionais Anísio Teixeira (Inep), Maria Inês Fini.
Segundo as estatísticas apresentadas, as 197 universidades existentes no país equivalem a 8,2% do total de IES, mas concentram 53,7% das matrículas em cursos de graduação.
No ano passado, o número de matrículas na educação superior (graduação e sequencial) continuou crescendo, mas essa tendência desacelerou quando se comparado aos últimos anos. Entre 2006 e 2016, houve aumento de 62,8%, com uma média anual de 5% de crescimento. Porém, em relação a 2015, a variação positiva foi de apenas 0,2%.


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Una web nos muestra cómo ha cambiado la Tierra en los últimos 600 millones de años

Una web nos muestra cómo ha cambiado la Tierra en los últimos 600 millones de años | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
En Internet encontramos montones de mapas interactivos enfocados a diferentes usos. De hecho, en los últimos meses os hemos hablado acerca de mapas con los

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What happened to all the Teachers?

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A recent headline from CNN that declares "schools throughout the country are grappling with teacher shortages" may seem like a rerun to anyone who's been paying attention to news about public schools over recent years.

"A perennial issue," an article in Education Week calls it, and points out most states have had chronic teacher shortages "for years, if not decades," particularly in staffing positions in special education, math, science, and foreign-language instruction.

But this year's reports of teacher shortages seem different. Indeed, mounting evidence should convince anyone who cares that providing students a guaranteed access to highly qualified teachers, no matter where they live – an ideal that's never been a well-kept promise to begin with – is weakening even further.

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LOS JÓVENES Y EL SISTEMA EDUCATIVO: DESMOTIVACIÓN - INED21

LOS JÓVENES Y EL SISTEMA EDUCATIVO: DESMOTIVACIÓN - INED21 | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Desmotivación de alumnado: sistema educativo, horario, currículo, contenidos. Desgaste psíquico y motivacional. Educación obligatoria, aprendizaje pedagogía

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Materiais educacionais comprados pelo MEC terão licença Creative Commons | Iniciativa EA

Materiais educacionais comprados pelo MEC terão licença Creative Commons | Iniciativa EA | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
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Recursos e ideas para aprender sobre la Tierra, el Sistema Solar y el universo

Recursos e ideas para aprender sobre la Tierra, el Sistema Solar y el universo | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Seleccionamos los recursos más interesantes sobre la Tierra, el Sistema Solar y el universo, para Ciencias de la Naturaleza, en Primaria y Secundaria

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29 Challenging Teaching and Learning Strategies

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this Powerpoint file is my visualising some of the brilliant Mike Simpson's ideas - I would really appreciate any comments on how other teachers might use some of these strategies, which ones people find effectiv

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Why there’s no such thing as a gifted child

Why there’s no such thing as a gifted child | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Even Einstein was unexceptional in his youth. Now a new book questions our fixation with IQ and says adults can help almost any child become gifted
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Things That Principals Know About Great Teachers

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I have had the privilege of working with many great teachers.  These are some things that are true about them: Great teachers don'
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Kroton antecipa plano de expansão

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Na manhã seguinte à reprovação da fusão com a Estácio pelo Conselho Administrativo de Defesa Econômica (Cade), em 28 de junho, a Kroton já apresentava aos seus 70 principais executivos o plano de expansão sem a companhia carioca. "Apresentamos nosso plano estratégico para cinco anos com uma série de oportunidades de crescimento. A reunião foi feita às nove da manhã, poucas horas após a sessão do Cade. Não deixamos um vácuo para a equipe ficar desmotivada", diz Rodrigo Galindo, presidente da Kroton.
Os projetos de expansão orgânica serão antecipados e as aquisições agora estão focadas em faculdades presenciais de médio e pequeno portes. Na educação básica, a meta da companhia, dona do sistema de ensino e colégio Pitágoras, é comprar ativos e também erguer escolas. Já no longo prazo, a ambição da Kroton é ser uma companhia com "modus operandi" tecnológico e não apenas uma empresa que oferta serviços e produtos digitais.
O executivo pontua ainda que, além do aumento de receita com essas iniciativas, a companhia tem em andamento três projetos que garantem a rentabilidade pelo menos até 2019. A previsão é que, neste ano, a receita feche em R$ 5,5 bilhões e a margem Ebitda fique em 44,1%.
No segmento de cursos presenciais, a Kroton está antecipando o pedido de abertura de 40 campi no Ministério da Educação (MEC) para 2017 e 2018. Se a fusão tivesse sido aprovada, a ideia fazer essas solicitações em 2018 e 2019. A Kroton já tem em andamento no MEC outras 56 solicitações e quatro campi foram inaugurados recentemente. No total, a empresa projeta adicionar 96 unidades presenciais nos próximos anos. A estrutura atual é de 114 campi. Se o plano der certo, a Kroton terá 210 unidades presenciais nos próximos anos. Além disso, haverá um aumento na quantidade de cursos ofertados por campus. Uma unidade completa tem 90 cursos disponíveis e vários deles ainda não têm esse total de graduações.
Em relação à aquisições, o interesse é por instituições de ensino presencial de pequeno e médio portes nas regiões Norte, Nordeste e Centro-Oeste. "Há 900 cidades no país com potencial para aquisição", diz Galindo. Hoje, a Kroton tem campi em 76 municípios.
Já no ensino a distância, a estratégia é crescer de forma orgânica. Na visão do executivo, a concorrência será maior daqui para frente, mas a empresa sai na frente devido à estrutura já montada nos últimos sete anos, desde a compra da Unopar. Neste período, foram feitos investimentos em plataforma tecnológica, metodologia pedagógica adaptada para cursos on-line e parceria com os donos de polos. A Kroton é líder absoluta em cursos on-line com 910 polos. Para efeitos de comparação, a Estácio tem 230 unidades de ensino a distância. Em maio, o MEC mudou as regras desse setor e liberou mais de 10 mil polos para faculdades com conceito acadêmico entre 3 e 5.
Com a sinalização do Cade de que as transações de faculdades devem ser analisadas com mais rigor e critérios distintos dos demais setores, a Kroton deve partir com força para educação básica. Desde 2015, a empresa demonstra interesse por esse segmento, que movimenta R$ 57 bilhões (sem incluir os cursos extracurriculares) no país. "O mercado de educação básica é maior do que o ensino superior, que fatura R$ 55 bilhões, e mais pulverizado. Há mais 20 mil escolas contra 2,3 mil faculdades", afirma Galindo. Essa empreitada será liderada por Mario Ghio, atual vice-presidente acadêmico da Kroton e ex-presidente da Somos Educação.
Entre os projetos, o que mais tem entusiasmado Galindo é a transformação da Kroton numa companhia tecnológica. O empresário diz que é um processo desafiador. "É uma forma de gestão mais rápida, em que as decisões são mais compartilhadas. Vamos ter que mudar o nosso mindset".


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Please! No more Icebreakers: 5 Ways to Get a Group Connected Without Icebreakers

Please! No more Icebreakers: 5 Ways to Get a Group Connected Without Icebreakers | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

"I want to affirm that getting people connected at the beginning of a meeting is essential for creating an openness and willingness to challenge. Peter Block has influenced my thinking on this issue. He always says, “Connection before Content.” If a group is going to concentrate on a difficult issue, they need to learn who others are, the skills they bring, the experience they represent, and the values they hold. Stasser, who studies group performance, notes, “Group performance increases when everyone in a group is aware of each other member’s expertise.” But unfortunately, icebreakers, like those I’ve listed above, don’t accomplish that that goal.

"Happily there are alternatives to icebreakers that effectively build connections between members of a group. I will suggest five that I use, but first I want to share my rules of thumb for designing an activity that creates connection, because the rules of thumb are much more important than the specific activity you choose."

 

Jim Lerman's insight: Very informative article


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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, July 17, 1:56 PM
I am not a big fan of icebreakers. The article suggests to "connect" in a group, form community, activities have to be well-thought out. What is the gathering about? What does the group want to accomplish?
Paulette Dotson's curator insight, July 18, 2:29 PM
You must remember as a younger person those awful icebreakers at camp, school etc.  There are other options to help build connections in groups.
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If You Want to Prepare Students for College, Stop With the Homework

If You Want to Prepare Students for College, Stop With the Homework | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
If you want to prepare students for college, stop with the homework. This might seem like a provocative opening sentence to some, but please read to the end to see what I mean. With growing interest around “no homework” policies in schools, there is a persistent debate about the subject. Some point to early studies showing a correlation between homework and performance in school. Notice that these are correlation studies, but they don’t necessarily indicate causation. In other words, there is not certainly that doing homework is actually what resulted in the increased academic performance. Others argue that homework is an important part of preparing students for the next level, especially college. Opponents often contend that there is more to life than school, and homework unnecessarily extends school well into the evening hours, leaving less and less room for family, other hobbies, down time, free play, self-directed learning, and much more.

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, July 14, 2:41 PM
Homework that does not mean anything besides completing worksheets is useless. I was careful what I assigned. Students had to be able to do it and it had to add to their learning.
Jillian Schaibly's curator insight, July 25, 9:32 PM
This article debates if homework helps prepare students or not. I find it interesting how they discussed the issues based on what goes on in the classroom and how homework should be given. As an administrator you should be aware of what the teachers are doing in their classes and what their homework policies are.
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The Top 7 Stategies for Efficient Lesson Planning

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An article by Richard James Rogers Illustrated by Sutthiya Lertyongphati It was a warm September Sunday evening back in 2006. I was in my second week of my first teacher-training placement for my PGCE. My mentor wanted all of my lesson plans, as full A4 rubrics filled to the brim with activities, learning outcomes and all manner of…
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The 10 Shifts of Practice That Will Benefit Today's Learners

The 10 Shifts of Practice That Will Benefit Today's Learners | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
If you want to begin incorporating the 10 shifts of practice into your teaching, we've made it easy with resources for professional learning—check it out.

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This article links through to a free tool to start planning how you will incorporate these aspects into your teaching.

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Harvey Didn’t Come Out of the Blue. Now is the Time to Talk About Climate Change. 

Harvey Didn’t Come Out of the Blue. Now is the Time to Talk About Climate Change.  | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

Now is exactly the time to talk about climate change, and all the other systemic injustices — from racial profiling to economic austerity — that turn disasters like Harvey into human catastrophes.

Turn on the coverage of the Hurricane Harvey and the Houston flooding and you’ll hear lots of talk about how unprecedented this kind of rainfall is. How no one saw it coming, so no one could adequately prepare.

What you will hear very little about is why these kind of unprecedented, record-breaking weather events are happening with such regularity that “record-breaking” has become a meteorological cliche. In other words, you won’t hear much, if any, talk about climate change.

This, we are told, is out of a desire not to “politicize” a still unfolding human tragedy, which is an understandable impulse. But here’s the thing: every time we act as if an unprecedented weather event is hitting us out of the blue, as some sort of Act of God that no one foresaw, reporters are making a highly political decision. It’s a decision to spare feelings and avoid controversy at the expense of telling the truth, however difficult. Because the truth is that these events have long been predicted by climate scientists. Warmer oceans throw up more powerful storms. Higher sea levels mean those storms surge into places they never reached before. Hotter weather leads to extremes of precipitation: long dry periods interrupted by massive snow or rain dumps, rather than the steadier predictable patterns most of us grew up with.


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BACK TO SCHOOL!

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It's the most wonderful time of the year, with the kids back to schooling and teachers so dear, it's the happiest season of all. Here are my favourite activities (this year 9+1, and a couple of new activities to try shared by other bloggers) to kick off the new academic year and transition back into…
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The Teacher's Ultimate Checklist for Effective Lesson Planning

The Teacher's Ultimate Checklist for Effective Lesson Planning | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
No matter what your most effective lesson planning strategy consists of, if you need some more tools this post will provide them. Sound like a plan?

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La metáfora de la escuela como factoría

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La metáfora de la escuela como factoría Larry Cuban nos señala tres fases de la metáfora de la escuela como fábrica… y también como una riña entre tendencias pedagógicas. En la primera fase, cuand

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5 Mistakes Teachers Make the First Week of School via @coolcatteacher

5 Mistakes Teachers Make the First Week of School via @coolcatteacher | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
You can start strong or you can play catch up the rest of the school year. Linda Kardamis shares her advice on the mistakes teachers make and how to avoid them.

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Stop Forcing Introverts to Speak in Class. There Are Better Ways.

Stop Forcing Introverts to Speak in Class. There Are Better Ways. | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
One professor understood, and the remarkable example she set showed me that there was no reason for introverts to struggle so much in the classroom.
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Education Policy: How is Singapore Doing Things Differently from Other Countries?

Education Policy: How is Singapore Doing Things Differently from Other Countries? | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
How is Singapore implementing definite actions pertaining to a more effective education policy? Find out!

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3 Confusiones sobre la Expansión del Universo

El espacio ahí fuera crece en todas las direcciones, pero ¿crece a causa de una explosión? ¿y en dónde crece? Y si todas las galaxias se alejan, ¿por qué se dice que andrómeda va a chocar contra nosotros? Es hora de resolver estas confusiones.

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First Day of Class Activities that Create a Climate for Learning

First Day of Class Activities that Create a Climate for Learning | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
There’s no discounting the importance of the first day of class. What happens that day sets the tone for the rest of the course. Outlined below are a few novel activities for using that first day of class to emphasize the importance of learning and the responsibility students share for shaping the classroom environment.

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Regardless of who we teach, students and teachers first day together sets the table for the year. I used a poetry activity based on a poem called Who Am I? It included writing a paragraph, poems, creating a collage, etc. It was designed for me to learn about my students, their interests, and how those could inform my teaching over the course of the year.
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30 filmes para entender a história da arte

30 filmes para entender a história da arte | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
A arte e nada mais que a arte! Ela é a grande possibilitadora da vida, a grande aliciadora da vida, o grande estimulante da vida. (Friedrich Nietzsche)
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