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Learning on the Edge

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One of the first exercises I ask the pre-service and in-service teachers in my Psychology of Learning course to do is define learning.  This is not a look-up-in-the-dictionary type of activity.  Th...

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Evidence of "tipping points" turning climate change from gradual to rapid

Evidence of "tipping points" turning climate change from gradual to rapid | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Anyone who has seen The Day After Tomorrow will be familiar with the concept of "tipping points" where slow and gradual changes in atmospheric CO2 levels can reach a point that triggers a sudden change in temperatures. While a lot of the aforementioned movie remains firmly in the realm of science fiction, a new study has found evidence of such tipping points occurring in the past, resulting in dramatic climate changes over a short period.

Ice core samples in Greenland have shown that during the last glacial period, temperatures periodically shot up by as much as 10° C (18° F) in a matter of decades, but it wasn't clear why that was the case. A study by researchers at the Alfred Wegener Institute and the University of Cardiff has shed some more light on this phenomena, known as Dansgaard-Oeschger events, using a computer model that simulates the relationship between the atmosphere, ocean currents and sea ice levels.

The team found that a high concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere was the likely suspect for these sudden warming events. The CO2 levels didn't have to rise quickly either: after a period of slow but constant growth, the climate can reach a crucial tipping point, setting off a chain reaction that results in temperature spikes.

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Teaching Strategies for Boosting Engagement

Teaching Strategies for Boosting Engagement | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
We explain engagement, and how teachers can use teaching strategies to increase student engagement.

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How do you draw a circle? We analyzed 100,000 circles to show how culture shapes our instincts

How do you draw a circle? We analyzed 100,000 circles to show how culture shapes our instincts | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Let’s do a quick exercise. Are you ready? Draw a circle in the box below. Don’t think too hard! Did you start at the top or bottom? Clockwise or counterclockwise? New data show that the way you draw a circle holds clues about where you come from. In November, Google released an online gam

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What Works In Education And How Do We Know?

What Works In Education And How Do We Know? | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
What Works In Education And How Do We Know?

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, June 16, 12:39 PM
Teaching is relational. Good teachers teach well because they relate to each child. They do not look for shortcuts and understand each child is exceptional. It is essential to know content. When I knew my content well, I taught better. It was less stilted and technical sounding.
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Listen to Student Complaints - Sometimes Their Gripe is Legit

Listen to Student Complaints - Sometimes Their Gripe is Legit | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

"Instead of being defensive about a student’s complaint, why not try listening?"


Summary from Academica Group - Friday 16 June 2017


Sometimes students have legitimate complaints about teaching: Gooblar 


“We may not want to think of our students as customers, but they are paying for their courses. Shouldn’t they have some control over their choices?” asks David Gooblar for Chronicle Vitae. 


The author argues that while it is crucial that professors maintain their power to decide how they teach their classes, they still face an ethical obligation to justify their decisions to their students. 


Gooblar notes that in many instances, professors will discount student complaints as mere excuses for a poor performance. Yet “if our mission is to help them develop,” Gooblar concludes, “then the students themselves have to be an important source of feedback. 


They may not be completely reliable judges of their own learning, but clearly they know how they’re experiencing something better than anyone else.”


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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, June 16, 12:42 PM
Listening to and observing students is part of the teaching relationship.
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A Day in the Heart of a Teacher

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A recent Friday was my 1,379th day of teaching. And it was a day that reminded me what it means to be a teacher. On Friday I used my heart so fully, and this to me is the essence of being a teacher.

Friday morning I went to City College for their annual Poetry Festival.

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A nova revolução educacional com que a Finlândia quer preparar alunos para era digital

A nova revolução educacional com que a Finlândia quer preparar alunos para era digital | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Apesar de sempre figurar no topo dos rankings internacionais, país está implantando sistema baseado no conceito de habilidades; críticos temem que nova abordagem afete resultados.
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What makes a good teacher great?| Azul Terronez 

I've been asking the question: What makes a good teacher great? for 24 years. I have collected 26,000 responses from 8 different schools and patterns hav

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, June 6, 1:04 PM
Humility is essential in teaching. Ultimately, I made mistakes and fretting over them was a bigger mistake. Something as simple as eating a lunch with them each day brought me closer to my students.

What do teachers think about this question? I would ask them too.

It is not that good teachers do not want to hear from their students. I think they do not know how to engage their students in dialogue. They might even be constrained by the very traditions of teaching.


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Why I got rid of my desk

Why I got rid of my desk | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
What happens when a teacher removes the time-honored symbol of power from his classroom?

By Matthew R. Morris

I feel bad when I take a day off. I imagine the substitute teacher looking around my classroom, trying to locate that spot where they can clearly define their territory

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, June 6, 12:47 PM
The article echoes Parker Palmer's commentary on teacher desks and podiums. We use them to stand between us and students, defining our place in the classroom.

I had a desk for years and rarely sat at it. I meandered. If I sat, students would comment I must not be feeling well.

I eventually got rid of the desk, when I had tables in the classroom. I sat with my students, read with them, had conversations with them, etc. Without a desk, I shared the landscape differently with students.

I prepared plans at the tables with various resources and books piled around the laptop..
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Experiência com palavras de amor e ódio muda forma de arroz em escola do Paraná

Experiência com palavras de amor e ódio muda forma de arroz em escola do Paraná | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Professora de Curitiba fez experimento para mostrar a alunos o poder das palavras.
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Telling another teacher how to teach? It's a sin, says leading academic

Telling another teacher how to teach? It's a sin, says leading academic | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, June 1, 8:55 PM
When we engage in telling people how to teach like us, we engage in best practices. There may be a role for them somewhere in teaching; I am not sure where. A conversation with questions for the other teacher to reflect on their teaching is a better path. What if we took turns observing each other? It might lead to a sense of reciprocity that is sorely lacking in schools.
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29 Scary Facts About Global Water [Infographic] | Daily Infographic

29 Scary Facts About Global Water [Infographic] | Daily Infographic | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Scary Facts About Global Water Pollution

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malek's curator insight, May 29, 9:18 AM

2 million tons of sewage, industrial, and agricultural waste are returned back into the world’s water.  This is roughly the weight of the entire human population.  The global population is around 7 billion people, but half of them will face water shortages in 2025.

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Técnicas para combatir la ansiedad durante los exámenes

Técnicas para combatir la ansiedad durante los exámenes | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
El 35% de los universitarios no sabe gestionar el estrés. Respetar las horas de sueño y practicar ejercicios de relajación ayuda

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La escuela intercultural hoy: reflexiones y perspectivas pedagógicas

Por Juan Leiva Universidad de Málaga En el desarrollo práctico de la educación intercultural en las escuelas del siglo XXI podemos vislumbrar aspectos positivos y otros menos positivos o directamente negativos. Algunos deberán ser fomentados desde los equipos directivos de … Sigue leyendo →

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Nasa just discovered '10 new planets like Earth'

Nasa just discovered '10 new planets like Earth' | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Space agency says latest discoveries have 'significant implications for the search for life' in other parts of the universe

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Physicists review three experiments that hint at a phenomenon beyond the Standard Model of particle physics

Physicists review three experiments that hint at a phenomenon beyond the Standard Model of particle physics | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
To anyone but a physicist, it sounds like something out of "Star Trek." But lepton universality is a real thing.

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Pedagogía de Emergencia

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La Pedagogía de Emergencia rescata emocionalmente a niños en casos de catástrofes naturales, civiles o situaciones de maltrato, abuso o abandono.

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Dejemos que los niños se aburran - BBC Mundo

Una experta en educación infantil dice que a los niños se les debe permitir aburrirse, así pueden desarrollar una habilidad creativa innata.

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Why Teachers Should Add Debate to Their Curriculum

Why Teachers Should Add Debate to Their Curriculum | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Debate- needed in all classrooms across the world.

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, June 16, 12:33 PM
This has a hidden interpretation. We should also critically reflect on the curricula and their meaning in the 21st Century. Perhaps, this is something students can engage in with teachers, as well.

Debating is good. A challenge is to not let students become accustomed to debating something they do not truly believe in and that there are only two sides to a debate. Another skill debating might encourage is problem solving. How do differing views, and I don't mean just two, challenge us to work together and solve problems?
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Nunca Me Sonharam | VIDEOCAMP

Nunca Me Sonharam | VIDEOCAMP | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

"Os desafios do presente, as expectativas para o futuro e os sonhos de quem vive a realidade do Ensino Médio nas escolas públicas do Brasil. Na voz de estudantes, gestores, professores e especialistas, ‘Nunca me sonharam’ reflete sobre o valor da educação."

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Alunos fazem festa com tema 'se nada der certo' e se fantasiam de faxineiro, ambulante e cozinheiro

Alunos fazem festa com tema 'se nada der certo' e se fantasiam de faxineiro, ambulante e cozinheiro | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

Uma festa com o tema "Se nada der certo" dos secundaristas do Instituição Evangélica de Novo Hamburgo (IENH), no Rio Grande do Sul, repercutiu nas redes sociais.
Em uma das típicas comemorações do 3º ano do ensino médio, alunos da escola na região metropolitana de Porto Alegre se fantasiaram de profissões que julgaram ser "alternativas" se nada der certo na vida profissional.


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Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: How Can I Be a Better Teacher Next Fall?

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: How Can I Be a Better Teacher Next Fall? | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Educator and blogger Richard Curwin reminds us that it's never too early for teachers to consider how they could improve next fall, and offers us six suggestions for getting started now.
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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, June 15, 12:25 PM
Better is one of those words that does not have a fixed meaning. A good read of Aristotle and Dewey reinforces that understanding. Dewey argued that growth is its own objective. It feeds into more growth. It is better understood through the gerund growing.

The article provides good ideas. One that was interesting was the essay asking to write about "if they were the teacher."
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Applying Gagné's 9 Events Of Instruction In #eLearning 

Applying Gagné's 9 Events Of Instruction In #eLearning  | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Want to know about applying Gagné's 9 Events Of Instruction In eLearning? Check how to apply Gagné's theory of 9 Events Of Instruction In eLearning.

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Why Are Finland's Schools Successful?

Why Are Finland's Schools Successful? | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

The country's achievements in education have other nations, especially the United States, doing their homework

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The First Climate Model Turns 50, And Predicted Global Warming Almost Perfectly | Ethan Siegel | Forbes.com

The First Climate Model Turns 50, And Predicted Global Warming Almost Perfectly | Ethan Siegel | Forbes.com | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

Modeling the Earth's climate is one of the most daunting, complicated tasks out there. If only we were more like the Moon, things would be easy. The Moon has no atmosphere, no oceans, no icecaps, no seasons, and no complicated flora and fauna to get in the way of simple radiative physics. No wonder it's so challenging to model! In fact, if you google "climate models wrong", eight of the first ten results showcase failure.


But headlines are never as reliable as going to the scientific source itself, and the ultimate source, in this case, is the first accurate climate model ever: by Syukuro Manabe and Richard T. Wetherald. 50 years after their groundbreaking 1967 paper, the science can be robustly evaluated, and they got almost everything exactly right.


Click headline to read more, access hot links and view pix, charts and graphics--


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