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Play the Global development game: identify the world's countries and territories, rank them according to GDP then fingers at the ready for the picture round
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Astrônomos do Telescópio Espacial Kepler anunciaram nesta quinta-feira (17) uma grande descoberta espacial: eles encontraram um planeta extremamente parecido com a Terra.
Escreve bem quem pensa bem. Uma das condições para isso é evitar erros lógicos, que denotam falhas no raciocínio e afetam a coerência. Tais erros comprometem qualquer tipo de texto, mas são especialmente nefastos naqueles (como o dissertativo-argumentativo) em que o rigor na articulação das ideias é fundamental..
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Rafael Dias Silva mostra a complexidade de conceitos em sinais
credit= credit= How do we measure learning beyond knowledge of content? Finding that winning combination of criteria can prove to be a complicated and sometimes difficult process.
Edutopia blogger Rick Curwin believes that rules and limits, while necessary in a classroom, are subtly shaded in meaning and use. He defines five critical categories of rules: academic, social, procedural, cultural and personal.
Nesta quarta-feira (09/4), em audiência pública da Comissão Especial de Financiamento da Educação, no Senado, especialistas da área discutiram sobre a necessidade de se definir um novo modelo para educação pública no Brasil.
Things that matter. Pass 'em on. (The life of a #teacher: Pay a lot to make a little and then … pay more?
Um levantamento realizado pela pedagoga Paula Louzano, da Faculdade de Educação da Universidade de São Paulo (Feusp), sobre a forma como é conduzida a questão do currículo em outros países mostra como é desenvolvido o currículo enquanto política...
Everyday, educators come together both in and out of our schools in order to promote social, emotional, cognitive, and behavioural success for all students, thus enabling them to function to their ...
A MUST read!!!
...Preserving the dignity of all students, not just students with special needs, is of utmost importance in our educational systems. Therefore, following these 5 ethical principles can have infinite positive effects in the lives of students, parents, teachers, and educational system when working with all students...
Brain breaks are short mind-body challenges that offer students a reprieve from routine learning activities. Not only are brain breaks fun, they’re a simple way to refocus students’ energy and get them back on track!
Here is something fun to offer your students! Thanks Beth!
We all need a break now and then, but for some reason teachers think students can sit still longer than teachers will when they are in a class. Beth Dichter says, "If you find this version too difficult for your students you will find a simpler version of it at http://www.yourtherapysource.com/files/Roll_Some_Fun_Freebie2.pdf "
Kind of Isaac Asimov's Multivac decisions based on flipping a coin, "Heads or tails, gentlemen?" http://www.olivenri.com/machine_won_files/The_Machine_that_Won_the_War01.pdf
Educative, no doubt.
Some teachers and schools are finding ways to build more freedom to move into formerly still, quiet classrooms.
Juegos y dinámicas grupales (100 #juegos y #dinámicas Juegos y dinámicas grupales http://t.co/85oYKTjHZq #educación #docentes)...
Segundo números do Pisa, problemas como interrupções de aulas, atrasos e ausência de professor são mais frequentes no Brasil
Do you know Tom? Tom is fictional, but like many kids in our school (or any school)...he struggles. He is different from many of his peers, while some of them struggle, Tom, well he struggles more...
Sitting beside a student who needs help is a rewarding experience. Students sense we care as we move past the shallow aspects of simple greeting and truly caring relationships.
Edutopia blogger Ben Johnson reflects on the importance of celebrating student learning often.
Everyone knows that the seas are salty because, while water evaporates, the salt doesn't. But why don't our seas keep getting saltier? Read more...
Edutopia blogger Heather Wolpert-Gawron thanks the teachers who taught her about writing.
Guest blogger Tom Whitby examines how a school district's professional development decisions come down to cost, and then proposes maximizing the trend of DIY PD as a cost-effective answer to the problem.
Edutopia blogger Monica Burns, advocating that teachers take ownership of their professional development, suggests seven online strategies to help, including Google Hangouts, video tutorials, and sane ways to embrace the information-rich Twitter...
I'm certain I am speaking for teachers everywhere when I say this: Pedagogy is a real thing. What teachers--and professors--do in their classes matters. It impacts learning, application and motivation.
If anyone tells you that an iPad is just for playing Angry Birds, this list of teacher tools is sure to change their mind. Check out these tips, tricks and apps for classroom management! Read Alou...
Teaching students to fail gives essential character while it changes a classroom to a more participatory, less fear-driven culture. Optimism can be taught.
The article discusses failures and how students can learn resilience and optimism. Three dimensions:
1) Teachers should pay attention to character education (non-cognitive skills). Optimism can be learned, for example by enouraging flexible thinking. In short, input from positive psychology should be implemented.
2) Gamification, if successfully integrated, can produce failure-resilence.
3) Teachers sharing personal stories of failures and joys of overcoming them. Role playing.