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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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Taylor Mali: What Do Teachers Make?

Taylor Mail provides the ultimate comeback for anyone with the audacity to ask what a teacher makes. For more inspiring videos of teachers, head over to www....
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Toys around the world

Toys around the world | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
The photographer Gabriele Galimberti's portraits of children and their toys in 58 countries around the world

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On the Brink of a World Without Large Predators

On the Brink of a World Without Large Predators | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Scientists looked at 31 predator species and found 75 percent of them are in decline—including leopards, cheetahs, polar bears, tigers, giant otters, and multiple wolf species.

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Highly trained, respected and free: why Finland's teachers are different

Highly trained, respected and free: why Finland's teachers are different | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Extensive training is the basis for giving teachers the autonomy to work the way they want. The result is a highly prized profession and an education system always near the top in international rankings

Via Ana Cristina Pratas, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD
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Chile, Costa Rica y México, líderes en educación

Chile, Costa Rica y México, líderes en educación | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
La Unesco presenta los resultados de una evaluación latinoamericana de 2013
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New research helps explain why girls do better in school

New research helps explain why girls do better in school | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Why do girls get better grades in elementary school than boys -- even when they perform worse on standardized tests?

Via Mary Perfitt-Nelson, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD
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This really is an engagement issue.  As a former preschool, toddler and first grade teacher- I firml believe students "look different" based on gender at these early ages. 

 

So then what?  

 

Again.........I question the content we teach and the timeline we put boys on for learning that content.  I suspect more damage is done by expecting them to be something they aren't.  

 

I can vision a different reality where boys are allowed to be boys with strong men supporting and guiding along the way.  Yes.  We need more men in elementary schools.  

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This really is an engagement issue.  As a former preschool, toddler and first grade teacher- I firml believe students "look different" based on gender at these early ages. 

 

So then what?  

 

Again.........I question the content we teach and the timeline we put boys on for learning that content.  I suspect more damage is done by expecting them to be something they aren't.  

 

I can vision a different reality where boys are allowed to be boys with strong men supporting and guiding along the way.  Yes.  We need more men in elementary schools.  

Mark E. Deschaine, PhD's curator insight, August 8, 6:41 PM

This really is an engagement issue.  As a former preschool, toddler and first grade teacher- I firml believe students "look different" based on gender at these early ages. 

 

So then what?  

 

Again.........I question the content we teach and the timeline we put boys on for learning that content.  I suspect more damage is done by expecting them to be something they aren't.  

 

I can vision a different reality where boys are allowed to be boys with strong men supporting and guiding along the way.  Yes.  We need more men in elementary schools.  

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ENEM - Nível social do aluno e formação do professor são determinantes

Nesta quarta-feira, o Ministério da Educação e o Instituto Nacional de Estudos e Pesquisas Educacionais (Inep) divulgaram as notas do Exame Nacional do Ensino Médio (Enem) por Escola de 2014 e apresentaram novos indicadores para interpretar melhor os dados obtidos das instituições de ensino.

Entre os indicadores, é importante destacar dois: o nível socioeconômico (Inse) e a formação docente. O Inse é a média do nível socioeconômico dos estudantes, distribuído em sete níveis (7 é o mais alto). O cálculo parte das informações dos próprios estudantes no questionário contextual. Por meio desse indicador, é possível observar como o contexto social dos estudantes tem impacto direto sobre o desempenho escolar. Os dados mostram que quanto mais alto o nível socioeconômico, melhores são as notas em todas as áreas de conhecimento avaliadas.

Quanto à formação docente, o indicador aponta a proporção de professores, de cada escola, que lecionam no ensino médio e têm a formação adequada, nos termos da lei, a partir dos dados do Censo Escolar da Educação Básica. As maiores médias foram apresentadas pelos estudantes cujos professores têm formação acadêmica específica nas disciplinas que lecionam.

A divulgação dos dados do Enem por escola permite ainda a consulta ao desempenho médio de cada unidade de ensino e os percentuais de estudantes em cada um dos níveis de desempenho. Foi calculada, ainda, a média dos 30 melhores estudantes de cada instituição. Com isso, é possível comparar, de forma mais adequada, escolas que têm projetos pedagógicos diferentes em relação à seleção dos estudantes.


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Redesigning My Classroom Environment

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Mixing up the types of seating in a classroom can engage different learners and allow students to select various positions depending on exhaustion level, needs of an assignment, or their need for simply a new view.

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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A change is as good as a holiday. Enabling students to move in a designated space is a small way of passing the redponsibility of their learning onto them. It works in my school.

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Ten Reflective Questions to Ask at the End of Class - Brilliant or Insane

Ten Reflective Questions to Ask at the End of Class - Brilliant or Insane | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Use these ten reflective questions at the end of class to help learners deepen their understandings of themselves and their work.

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Motivating the Unmotivated

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A simple, no-cost video chat program motivates unruly, disengaged elementary and middle school students through relationships with high school students who demonstrate the value of education.

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6 técnicas para aumentar a qualidade do seu plano de aula

6 técnicas para aumentar a qualidade do seu plano de aula | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
// Olá professores! Hoje em dia, com tanta tecnologia, distrações e modernidades, o professor tem que “rebolar” em sala de aula para chamar a atenção dos alunos. Mas não precisa ser tão difícil. Tudo depende de um bom plano de aula.
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Atrasos em série

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Um quarto dos alunos termina o ensino médio sem ter aprendido em matemática o que se esperaria deles aos 10 anos
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Smarter Teaching: 10 Ways You’ll Know You’re Doing It Right

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Smarter Teaching: 10 Ways You’ll Know You’re Doing It Right
by TeachThought Staff
Notice that we didn’t use the more vague “good teacher” phrasing.

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Always be reflective. There is no growth without reflection. I particularly like "you don't do what you're told." Yes, when you are told to adhere to the Common Core skills list, certainly listen, but design backward from them through the lens of your content.

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How Poverty Impacts Education

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"If you are in a community with high levels of poverty, you are likely in a community that lacks the tax base to provide decent public education, even were the students not already disadvantaged in their basic living situations. Those of us who teach do all we can to ameliorate the difficulties with which children arrive in our classrooms. But what happens outside school has a profound effect on what we can do in school. We know these children will score lower on the kinds of tests we are using to beat up on public education, but those of us who teach also know that does not mean they cannot learn. Yet it is often precisely these children, who need the enrichment of music and art and poetry and drama and access to the things taken for granted by kids of middle class settings and up, who lose the most when we cut out those "frills" in order to raise scores on tests that really do not indicate a higher level of learning." | via Alternet.org

 


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Life of an Educator: 5 ways to make your classroom more student-centered

Life of an Educator: 5 ways to make your classroom more student-centered | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

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Don't Waste the First Day of School

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The first day of school is an opportunity. It's a chance to let students know what they can expect from you and your class. Will the class be teacher centered or student centered? Will they work in isolation or in collaborative groups? Will they be challenged or not? Unfortunately, many teachers
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Aprendizagem destravada

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Em lugares onde o Estado não consegue oferecer uma educação adequada, o setor privado começa a se encarregar do serviço
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Governo aumenta carga horária de cursos de formação de professores

Os futuros professores vão passar mais tempo em sala de aula, como alunos, antes de começarem a atuar em definitivo na própria sala de aula.
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Escolas começam cedo demais, dizem autoridades americanas

Escolas começam cedo demais, dizem autoridades americanas | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Especialistas afirmam que jovens precisam de mais sono para melhorar a saúde, a segurança e o desempenho acadêmico
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Stop burning fossil fuels now: there is no CO2 'technofix', scientists warn | Tim Radford | The Guardian

Stop burning fossil fuels now: there is no CO2 'technofix', scientists warn | Tim Radford | The Guardian | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

German researchers have demonstrated once again that the best way to limit climate change is to stop burning fossil fuels now.

In a “thought experiment” they tried another option: the future dramatic removal of huge volumes of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. This would, they concluded, return the atmosphere to the greenhouse gas concentrations that existed for most of human history – but it wouldn’t save the oceans.

That is, the oceans would stay warmer, and more acidic, for thousands of years, and the consequences for marine life could be catastrophic.

The research, published in Nature Climate Change today delivers yet another demonstration that there is so far no feasible “technofix” that would allow humans to go on mining and drilling for coal, oil and gas (known as the “business as usual” scenario), and then geoengineer a solution when climate change becomes calamitous.

 

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5 PASOS PARA CREAR UN MÉTODO DE ESTUDIO EFECTIVO - INED21

5 PASOS PARA CREAR UN MÉTODO DE ESTUDIO EFECTIVO - INED21 | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
5 pasos para crear un método de estudio efectivo.

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¿Cómo aprendimos a medir el tiempo? - Karen Mensing - YouTube

Para ver la lección completa, visita: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-history-of-keeping-time ¿De dónde viene tomar el tiempo? ¿Cuáles son las zonas horarias y...

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7 Lessons for Teachers from Dumbledore | Katy Farber Blog | Edutopia.org

7 Lessons for Teachers from Dumbledore | Katy Farber Blog | Edutopia.org | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

One of my favorite times of the day is when I settle in with my two young daughters for read-aloud time. For several years, we have been working our way through the Harry Potter series. I had read them all before, but it has been a delight to read them again with my girls, using as many voices as possible, and seeing the incredible story through their eyes.

It has also shared many secrets about teaching and living with me on this second reading, especially when it comes to Dumbledore. The way he interacts with Harry, fellow teachers, muggles, and various magical creatures has lessons for all of us -- especially teachers and parents. Whether you have read the Harry Potter series or not, there is wisdom from this character we can all learn from.

 

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