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Why You Should Start a Second Blog on Blogger - Even if you are a Podcaster

Why You Should Start a Second Blog on Blogger - Even if you are a Podcaster | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

Why I'm Using Google's Blogger Platform for this Podcast's Blog

1. Integration with Google + including @ mentions of profiles2. Libsyn's "On Publish" podcasting feature works with Blogger which I first heard about from +Ray Ortega in an interview on The Podcasters Studio with +Rob Walch
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"I Give Up": Teaching Perseverance to Kids

"I Give Up": Teaching Perseverance to Kids | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
The lovely Kelly behind Idealist Mom recently wrote an article about how to parent your giver-uppers. How do you teach perseverance to children who just don't even want to try? You'll have to read ...

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Por que é dificil melhorar a educação? - 07/12/2014 - Mercado - Folha de S.Paulo

Por que é dificil melhorar a educação? - 07/12/2014 - Mercado - Folha de S.Paulo | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
É necessário, sobretudo, vencer interesses corporativos; sociedade precisa deixar de ser tolerante e exigir resultados



No ensino técnico, empresas precisam ajudar a formular os currículos, oferecer equipamentos, dar certificação
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NASA cria mapa interativo que mostra florestas no mundo inteiro

NASA cria mapa interativo que mostra florestas no mundo inteiro | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
A ferramenta está disponível on-line e é atualizada semanalmente, mostrando áreas desmatadas e ajudando a prever condições climáticas.
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A Must Have Rubric for Science Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Must Have Rubric for Science Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
A Must Have Rubric for Science Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning http://t.co/NlGdxRUwE5

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, November 22, 8:21 PM

I spent a lot of time with curricula and a rubric template I designed. Even after I had prepared a rubric, it was a living document to be worked on each time I used it. It was hard work, but worthwhile as I learned curricula and experienced it differently.

 

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Growth Mindset Reflective Questions for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Growth Mindset Reflective Questions for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

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Chris Carter's curator insight, December 13, 2:38 AM

It all starts with us, teachers.

Kathy Lynch's curator insight, December 13, 8:57 AM

Thx Chris Carter

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California's drought is the worst in 1,200 years, evidence suggests

California's drought is the worst in 1,200 years, evidence suggests | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
As California finally experiences the arrival of a rain-bearing Pineapple Express this week, two climate scientists have shown that the drought of 2012-2014 has been the worst in 1,200 years.

 

Daniel Griffin, an assistant professor in the Department of Geography, Environment and Society at the University of Minnesota, and Kevin Anchukaitis, an assistant scientist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, asked the question, "How unusual is the ongoing California drought?" Watching the severity of the California drought intensify since last autumn, they wondered how it would eventually compare to other extreme droughts throughout the state's history.

 

To answer those questions, Griffin and Anchukaitis collected new tree-ring samples from blue oak trees in southern and central California. "California's old blue oaks are as close to nature's rain gauges as we get," says Griffin. "They thrive in some of California's driest environments." These trees are particularly sensitive to moisture changes and their tree rings display moisture fluctuations vividly.

 

As soon as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released climate data for the summer of 2014, the two scientists sprang into action. Using their blue oak data, they reconstructed rainfall back to the 13th century. They also calculated the severity of the drought by combining NOAA's estimates of the Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI), an index of soil moisture variability, with the existing North American Drought Atlas, a spatial tree-ring based reconstruction of drought developed by scientists at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. These resources together provided complementary data on rainfall and soil moisture over the past millennium. Griffin and Anchukaitis found that while the current period of low precipitation is not unusual in California's history, these rainfall deficits combined with sustained record high temperatures created the current multiyear severe water shortages. "While it is precipitation that sets the rhythm of California drought, temperature weighs in on the pitch," says Anchukaitis.

 

"We were genuinely surprised at the result," says Griffin, a NOAA Climate & Global Change Fellow and former WHOI postdoctoral scholar. "This is California--drought happens. Time and again, the most common result in tree-ring studies is that drought episodes in the past were more extreme than those of more recent eras. This time, however, the result was different." While there is good evidence of past sustained, multi-decadal droughts or so-called "megadroughts"' in California, the authors say those past episodes were probably punctuated by occasional wet years, even if the cumulative effect over decades was one of overall drying. The current short-term drought appears to be worse than any previous span of consecutive years of drought without reprieve.

 

Tree rings are a valuable data source when tracking historical climate, weather and natural disaster trends. Floods, fires, drought and other elements that can affect growing conditions are reflected in the development of tree rings, and since each ring represents one year the samples collected from centuries-old trees are a virtual timeline that extend beyond the historical record in North America.


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Google Cultural Institute

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O Instituto Cultural do Google reúne milhões de artefatos de vários parceiros, junto com as histórias que os tornam importantes, em um museu virtual.
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A therapist goes to middle school and tries to sit still and focus. She can’t. Neither can the kids. | Valarie Strauss | WashPost.com

A therapist goes to middle school and tries to sit still and focus. She can’t. Neither can the kids. | Valarie Strauss | WashPost.com | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

This is a follow-up to two popular posts about the problems kids face when they are forced to sit still in school for hours on end without a break. The first, written by pediatric occupational therapist Angela Hanscom, was titled “Why so many kids can’t sit still in school today” and discussed how being inactive affects students’ ability to stay focused and learn, and in some cases leads to improper diagnoses of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD. The next piece was titled “The right — and surprisingly wrong — ways to get kids to sit still in class.”

Hanscom has now written a third related piece, this one specifically about middle-schoolers. Hanscom told me that she was curious about the effects of restricted movement on students in middle school, so she went to a local middle school to observe what was going on inside classrooms and talk to teachers and parents. The following post explains Hanscom’s experience and findings at the middle school she visited. Hanscom is the founder of TimberNook, a nature-based development program designed to foster creativity and independent play outdoors in New England.

 

Click headline to read more Angela Hanscom's article--


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Chomsky: How the Young Are Indoctrinated to Obey

Chomsky: How the Young Are Indoctrinated to Obey | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Forty years ago there was deep concern that the population was breaking free of apathy and obedience. Since then, many measures have been taken to restore discipline.

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, December 6, 12:07 PM

Those in charge of the status quo and their minions do a lot of talking to hide the lack of actual freedom that occurs in schooling children.

 

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The World of Teaching Part 4: Teaching in the World

The World of Teaching Part 4: Teaching in the World | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
A brief collection of infographics on the state of teaching around the world for teachers and would-be teachers.

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, December 5, 8:18 PM

Pay and job happiness are not directly correlated. What we should consider, is, in a country like Canada, with decent pay, why are teachers leaving the profession? It might less about pay and more about a sense of accomplishment. Does teaching have meaning for teachers?

 

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See How Humans Have Reshaped the Globe With This Interactive Atlas

See How Humans Have Reshaped the Globe With This Interactive Atlas | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

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Earth is changing rapidly, and an increasing number of scientists say that humans have become the dominant force driving these changes. While the term has no formal definition, many agree that we are now living in an age shaped by human activity: the Anthropocene.

Evidence for the Anthropocene ranges from worldwide population booms to the expansive transformation of the landscape. But solutions are cropping up at the local level that could help create a more resilient global community." 

 


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Olga Boldina's curator insight, December 3, 3:25 AM

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Truthbehere2's curator insight, December 5, 10:01 AM

Well duh...we are very greedy leeches that don't want to take the time to restore and repair what we take and destroy...

Kristen McDaniel's curator insight, December 8, 10:58 AM

Excellent use of an Esri Storymap to outline how humans have changed Earth over time.

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8 ways teachers can talk less and get kids talking more | The Cornerstone

8 ways teachers can talk less and get kids talking more | The Cornerstone | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
On Twitter, I recently shared an excellent article by Justin Tarte called 5 Questions Every Teacher Should Ask Him/Herself. The first reflection question Justin

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Contratação em escolas de elite imita empresas

Contratação em escolas de elite imita empresas | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Claudia Ayoub, 23, jamais havia pensado em ser professora. Artista performática, ela monitorava um grupo de crianças na Bienal de São Paulo quando um ex-professor a viu. Impressionado, ele a convidou a voltar ao Colégio Bandeirantes, onde ela estudara, para ensinar arte.
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App-vent Day 17 : Explore Circuits with Simple Circuits

App-vent Day 17 : Explore Circuits with Simple Circuits | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Simple Circuits allows children to explore electricity …

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Gerald Carey's comment, December 17, 5:32 PM
This looks like it has great potential but if you go to the website (which also looks fantastic) not a lot of work has been done since 2010. So make sure the app works before handing over any money - check the recent reviews.
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The South American Herb Map - Select Latin America

The South American Herb Map - Select Latin America | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
by BigGroup. A graphic look at medicinal and edible herbs found through South America. Use this chart for a remedy to just about any illness (although we suggest modern medicine for malaria!). It’s interesting that coca which is used as … Continue reading →

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I want a behaviour problem – I want my students to talk too much and be excited

I want a behaviour problem – I want my students to talk too much and be excited | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Award-winning teacher Thomas Elley talks about his controversial lessons and why a bit of disruption in class is a good thing

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Students don't know what's best for their own learning

Students don't know what's best for their own learning | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Universities and governments around the world rely on student evaluations to assess university teachers and degrees. Likewise, potential students check online ratings when deciding where to study. These…

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Chris Carter's curator insight, December 13, 2:30 AM

Student evals are linked to grades, not learning. Worried about grade inflation? Stop using student evaluations!

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40% dos alunos concluem o ensino fundamental sem saber interpretar textos

40% dos alunos concluem o ensino fundamental sem saber interpretar textos | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

Mesmo depois de passar nove anos na escola, 40% dos estudantes brasileiros não conseguem sequer identificar o assunto principal de um texto após sua leitura. E 37% deles também não são capazes de assimilar a ideia de porcentagem em um problema de matemática. É o que revelam os dados preliminares da Prova Brasil 2013, tabulados pelo Instituto Ayrton Senna e divulgados nesta quinta-feira.
"Os resultados da avaliação mostram que o problema da educação é cumulativo: o aluno começa no ensino fundamental com o baixo desempenho e segue nesse nível para o ensino médio. Se ele não consegue interpretar um texto simples quando chega ao 9º ano, não saberá resolver um problema de física ou compreender uma questão de filosofia quando estiver no ensino médio, perpetuando um ciclo de baixa aprendizagem", explica Mozart Neves Ramos, diretor do Instituto Ayrton Senna.


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População brasileira acredita que educação profissional abre portas para o mundo do trabalho

População brasileira acredita que educação profissional abre portas para o mundo do trabalho | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

“O desafio do país agora é montar uma rede de informações sobre oportunidades de cursos e oferta de empregos, e assim auxiliar a população na hora de fazer suas escolhas para entrar no mercado de trabalho”, diz Lucchesi. Ele faz esse alerta porque ainda são poucos os brasileiros que optam pela educação profissional. “Mudar esse quadro é responsabilidade de toda a sociedade, incluindo os governos, as instituições educacionais, as famílias. O Brasil registra um percentual muito baixo de pessoas na educação profissional”, avalia Lucchesi. Ele se refere aos dados da Organização para a Cooperação e Desenvolvimento Econômico (OCDE) que mostram que, na média dos países mais ricos, o índice de pessoas que passam pela educação profissional é de 46%, quase o dobro do registrado na pesquisa em relação ao Brasil.


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Ser mal profesor sale barato

Ser mal profesor sale barato | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Recortes, falta de rendición de cuentas y un sistema que premia sobre todo investigación lastran la docencia en la Universidad

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Debunking Homework Myths

Debunking Homework Myths | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Check out these homework myths one teacher debunked and the strategies he used to successfully engage his students in homework.

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, December 5, 8:11 PM

As with anything the more meaningful (full of meaning) homework is, the more likely it is to engage students. I did not assign a lot of homework and students did what was asked, but I kept in mind it had to hold meaning for students.

 

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10 Mini trucos para regalar felicidad a tu alumnos

10 Mini trucos para regalar felicidad a tu alumnos | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Debemos hacer felices a los que nos rodean. En muchas ocasiones pensamos en cómo ser felices y, cuando lo hacemos, cometemos el error de pensar que la feli

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Take a Listen: How Mindfulness Could Benefit Your Teaching Practice

Take a Listen: How Mindfulness Could Benefit Your Teaching Practice | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Dig in a little deeper to how teachers and students are using mindfulness to stay focused and calm at school.

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, November 29, 6:53 PM

Mindfulness is not a program and technique. It is a practice which draws from the root "praxis." Having said this, mindfulness and being present are important in teaching.

 

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Setor de educação amplia oferta, atrai investimentos e cria oportunidades

O salto na concessão de bolsas de estudo e a disseminação do financiamento estudantil nesta década mudaram o cenário da educação superior no Brasil.
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