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ATIVIDADES EDUCATIVAS | Escola Games

ATIVIDADES EDUCATIVAS | Escola Games | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Conheça os 49 jogos cujos temas se relacionam à língua portuguesa, à matemática, à geografia, à história, à ciências, ao inglês e ao meio ambiente.
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Energy and Calm: Brain Breaks and Focused-Attention Practices

Energy and Calm: Brain Breaks and Focused-Attention Practices | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Here are some activities to stimulate your students' minds when they need a change, and to focus and calm them when they're just too stimulated.
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To address the climate crisis, we must address inequality | Darren Walker | ThisIsPlace.org

To address the climate crisis, we must address inequality | Darren Walker | ThisIsPlace.org | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

For most people, the mega-hurricanes we have witnessed - along with their devastating consequences - have put an exclamation point on the urgency of climate change. But an even bigger exclamation point came in the form of a new scientific study showing how the carbon released by tropical deforestation and degradation has been underestimated.

Before the study, scientists had always viewed tropical forests as a tool for soaking up the carbon emitted from manmade sources like coal-fired power plants. But these forests and their inhabitants have been perpetually under siege, pushed aside for large-scale agriculture, mining, and hydropower developments. Today, the amount of carbon released as tropical forests are degraded and destroyed far outweighs the amount of carbon that the remaining forests absorb.

It is the land underneath these forests that is sought after - and these lands are inhabited. In the linkage between inequality and climate change, this is the one issue that underlies everything else.

For many poor and rural communities around the world, their land is their livelihood. In fact, more than half of the world’s land area - including most of the world’s tropical forests - is occupied by communities following customary or traditional systems. Yet, the 2.5 billion people in traditional rural communities have formal legal ownership of only 10 percent of the world’s land.


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Aquacalypse Now

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The End of Fish
Our oceans have been the victims of a giant Ponzi scheme, waged with Bernie Madoff–like callousness by the world’s fisheries. Beginning in the 1950s, as their operations became increasingly industrialized--with onboard refrigeration, acoustic fish-finders, and, later, GPS--they first depleted stocks of cod, hake, flounder, sole, and halibut in the Northern Hemisphere. As thos

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Milhões de crianças vão à escola, mas não aprendem

Milhões de crianças vão à escola, mas não aprendem | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
No Brasil, apesar dos avanços educativos, o estudo adverte que no ritmo atual, levaria cerca de 75 anos para alcançar a média dos países ricos em matemática
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The Top 7 Stategies for Efficient Lesson Planning

The Top 7 Stategies for Efficient Lesson Planning | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
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

La metáfora de la escuela como factoría | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
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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MEC anuncia nova política para a formação de professores

MEC anuncia nova política para a formação de professores | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Residência pedagógica e estágio supervisionado serão enfatizados no trajeto formativo dos docentes
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O hip hop como pedagogia das juventudes: Encontro possível entre o multiculturalismo crítico, a pedagogia social e a educação popular

" Em um período marcado por profundas mudanças sociais, culturais, políticas e tecnológicas, em que se acentuam os processos de exclusão social, é necessário avançar no entendimento de como a pedagogia e suas práticas podem contemplar os desafios colocados para o atendimento dos direitos de educação e de cultura, particularmente de sua juventude. Emergem novas perspectivas de educação pautadas por concepções multiculturais e críticas, compromissadas com os direitos dos indivíduos e com a problemática da inclusão social da juventude, como a Pedagogia das Juventudes. Esta, aliada aos elementos disponibilizados pela crescente produção acadêmica sobre o hip hop no Brasil e em outros países, em suas intersecções com a educação alimentam a nossa reflexão sobre o potencial pedagógico dessa manifestação. Neste artigo evidenciamos como esta expressão juvenil, entendida como um lugar de construção identitária dos jovens em que são mobilizados processos simbólicos, sociais e materiais, pode ser entendida e apropriada em processos de pedagógicos críticos, inclusive na educação escolarizada, não só pelo caráter cotidiano e problematizador dos raps, senão também, pelo tipo de interação e modelo educacional que o embasam em suas diferentes manifestações. "

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Livro "Ser Diretor"

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Uma viagem por 30 escolas públicas brasileiras.

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A Tale of Two Teachers: Why You Shouldn't Try to Be the Favorite

A Tale of Two Teachers: Why You Shouldn't Try to Be the Favorite | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
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

Via Teresa Torné, Sifop-CARM, Fernando de la Cruz Naranjo Grisales
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What happened to all the Teachers?

What happened to all the Teachers? | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
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

29 Challenging Teaching and Learning Strategies | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
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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