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18 Tips to Increase Culture in the Classroom | Child Central Station

18 Tips to Increase Culture in the Classroom | Child Central Station | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
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20 tips for when you have 5 minutes left in a lesson.... - Innovate My School

20 tips for when you have 5 minutes left in a lesson.... - Innovate My School | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
You have a few minutes to go before the bell goes, and you’ve managed to get everything done. What next? Teacher and #PedagooCurator Rachel Jones gives her top 20 tips on what to do with this time.

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What Motivates Teachers? - Mind/Shift

What Motivates Teachers? - Mind/Shift | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

"A recent Gallup poll of 170,000 Americans — 10,000 of whom were teachers — found that teaching is the second most satisfying profession (after medicine). Ironically, the same Gallup poll found that in contrast to their overall happiness with their jobs, teachers often rate last or close to the bottom for workplace engagement and happiness.

“Of all the professions we studied in the U.S., teachers are the least likely to say that their opinions count and the least likely to say that their supervisor creates an open and sharing environment,” said Brandon Busteed, executive director of Gallup Education, at the Next New World Conference.

This is a troubling trend at a time when schools need to continue to attract high quality educators. “If the perception in our country is that teaching is not a great profession to go into, we certainly aren’t going to be encouraging really talented young people to be thinking about the profession of teaching,” Busteed said in an interview with Stephen Smith on the American RadioWorks podcast."


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Lon Woodbury's curator insight, January 21, 2:58 PM

Most of the ex-classroom teachers I know (including myself) say what they miss most from their teaching experience are the kids.  Even and sometimes especially those that are challenging. -Lon 

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Stewart Brand proclama 4 "heresias" ambientais

Stewart Brand proclama 4 "heresias" ambientais | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
O homem que ajudou a inaugurar o movimento ambiental nas décadas de 60 e 70 tem repensado suas posturas sobre cidades, energia nuclear, modificação genética e geo-engenharia. Esta conferência no Departamento de Estado norte-americano é um aperitivo de seu mais novo livro, que certamente provocará amplo debate.
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Why so many teachers feel so bad so much of the time | Valerie Strauss | WashPost.com

Why so many teachers feel so bad so much of the time | Valerie Strauss | WashPost.com | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

It’s no secret that most teachers today feel demoralized — poll after survey tells us so, and it’s no wonder, given that they feel school reformers have put targets on their backs with teacher evaluation systems they feel are unfair and support for programs that they believe belittle their profession. In this post an educator explains why she thinks so many teachers feel so awful so much of the time. The author is Ellie Herman, who took a rather unorthodox path to the world of education.

For two decades she was a writer/producer for television shows including “The Riches,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Chicago Hope” and “Newhart.” She wrote fiction that appeared in literary journals, among them The Massachusetts Review, The Missouri Review and the O.Henry Awards Collection. Then, in 2007, she decided “on an impulse” to become an English teacher. She got a job at a South Los Angeles charter school that was 97 percent Latino and where 96 percent of the students lived below the poverty line. She taught drama, creative writing, English 11 and ninth-grade Composition until 2013, when she decided to stop teaching and spend a year visiting classrooms and learning from other teachers.

Herman chronicled the lessons she learned on her blog, Gatsby in L.A., where a version of the following post appeared. Herman, who gave me permission to publish this piece, was awarded first and third place prizes in the 2014 SoCal Journalist Awards given by the Los Angeles Press Club for pieces on her blog. Now she teaches reading and writing at an after-school enrichment program for students from low-income families, visits the classrooms of great teachers, and works with writers, artists and other creative people.

She has written some popular posts on this blog, including “Are you a bad teacher? Here’s how to tell,” to which she refers in the following piece.

 

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jon inge's curator insight, January 24, 3:46 PM

perhaps the real issue is that teachers are no longer teachers - they have become responsible for more and more than just teaching and the process of teaching has become more challenging as they face sliding standards, a dumbing down of curriculum, greater administrative demands , constantly changing bureaucratic demands, greater social complications- computer addiction, disengagement,split families .....

 

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¿Cómo serías capaz de perder el tiempo con tus alumnos?

¿Cómo serías capaz de perder el tiempo con tus alumnos? | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

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Estrategias para trabajar la comunicación en el aula

Estrategias para trabajar la comunicación en el aula | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

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Breath taking examples of beautiful Street art | Creative Nerds

Breath taking examples of beautiful Street art | Creative Nerds | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Art or crime love it or hate street art also know as graffiti is here to stay. Below are some breath taking example of some of the finest street art you will ever cast your eyes on. The beauty within these pieces of street art is the vibrances of the colours used in each piece and the realism. Each piece has taken several hours, and the attention to detail each one consists has is simply jaw dropping. Its been a while since we have done a design inspiration post on Creative Nerds. I hope you enj

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8 Pathways to Every Student's Success

8 Pathways to Every Student's Success | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Welcome to our blog series on how to apply the principles of positive youth development: curiosity, sociability, resilience, self-awareness, integrity, resourcefulness, creativity, and empathy.

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O perfil do educador

O perfil do educador | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

A Organização para a Cooperação e o Desenvolvimento Econômico (OCDE) divulgou, no fim de junho deste ano, a última edição da Pesquisa Internacional sobre Ensino e Aprendizagem (Teaching and Learning International Survey – Talis, em inglês), a qual revelou que a maioria dos professores ama a sua profissão, mas o sentimento geral é de que eles são subvalorizados na sociedade, sem suporte e reconhecimento em suas próprias escolas – informações preocupantes para o setor no Brasil e no mundo.

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El engaño de Ícaro. Docente, ¿hasta dónde quieres volar?

El engaño de Ícaro. Docente, ¿hasta dónde quieres volar? | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Con El engaño de Ícaro aprenderás que vives en una sociedad del engaño y en la que sólo se cuenta una parte de la verdad. ¿Y cuál es esa otra verdad?

Via Gumersindo Fernández, José Manuel Lara
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Three tips for making a good first impression on your new class

Whether you are a new teacher or you have a new class, getting to know students can be daunting but it doesnt need to be How to help students in your new class get to know each otherWho are you and why should I care, a student asked on my first...
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Want to leave teaching? Here are a few questions to ask yourself first

Want to leave teaching? Here are a few questions to ask yourself first | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
If the prospect of teaching for another year fills you with dread then it may be time for a career change. But before you take the plunge, there are some things to consider"I don't want to go to school!
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24 maps that will change the way you see the world

24 maps that will change the way you see the world | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

Which countries offer the pill for free? Which countries are the richest? Or, more importantly, which countries have red in their flags?Find out here, with our latest collection of awesome maps.


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Silicon Valley Turns Its Eye to Education

Silicon Valley Turns Its Eye to Education | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Educational technology companies are latecomers to exploiting the potential of the Internet, but venture capitalists seem to believe their time has come.
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8 Things To Look For in Today's Classroom (Visual)

8 Things To Look For in Today's Classroom (Visual) | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
A couple of years ago, I wrote a post on "8 Things To Look For in Today's Classroom", and it has been something that has helped my own learning, and hopefully others as well. Sylvia Duckworth, who ...

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, January 19, 7:14 PM

We need people who are in the classroom sharing these things and many more with teachers. It is not enough to sit outside and be an expert.

 

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19 Inexpensive DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know - Buzzfeed Life

19 Inexpensive DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know - Buzzfeed Life | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
From the beginning of the year until the end, these fun activities will get your students excited about learning. You should definitely go out and get some popsicle sticks for this.

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Who Wants to Know? Use Student Questions to Drive Learning

Who Wants to Know? Use Student Questions to Drive Learning | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
As students get more confident asking questions in class, they'll be better prepared to take their questioning attitude into the world.

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Teachers to the Test

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Evaluating educators based on their students' exam scores is misguided and threatens reform efforts.

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20 Ways To Get A Noisy Classroom's Attention

20 Ways To Get A Noisy Classroom's Attention | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
20 Ways To Get A Noisy Classroom's Attention

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Educação superior é garantia de emprego formal, indica estudo da OIT

A educação superior é um pré-requisito para que milhões de jovens de países em desenvolvimento encontrem um trabalho decente, aponta um estudo da Organização Internacional do Trabalho (OIT) divulgado hoje (16). O relatório, feito com base em dados coletados em 28 países em 2012 e 2013, comprova que a educação superior “serve como uma garantia bastante confiável” de emprego formal.
De acordo com o levantamento, oito em cada dez jovens (83%) com qualificação acima do ensino médio (que cursaram uma universidade ou outro tipo de curso técnico profissionalizante) estão em empregos não vulneráveis. Enquanto isso, a conclusão do Ensino Médio, apenas, não é garantia suficiente para encontrar melhores condições no mercado de trabalho.
“Está claro que continuar a empurrar jovens menos qualificados para o mercado de trabalho é uma situação de perda, tanto para os jovens, que são destinados a trabalhar para sobreviver, como para a economia, que não ganha em termos de incentivar o potencial produtivo de seu mercado de trabalho”, disse Theo Sparreboom, autor do estudo.


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Cid Gomes defende reforma no currículo do ensino médio

Cid Gomes defende reforma no currículo do ensino médio | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Novo ministro da Educação recebeu o cargo do petista Henrique Paim.
Segundo ele, currículos têm de levar em conta ‘características regionais’.
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How to help students in your new class get to know each other

How to help students in your new class get to know each other | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
A new term means new teaching group. Here are three ways to help your class to get along by creating a learning community Three tips for making a good first impression on your new classWhen I started my very first teaching job it became clear very...
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