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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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10 Prácticos recursos para fomentar la creatividad de tus alumnos

10 Prácticos recursos para fomentar la creatividad de tus alumnos | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
¿Por qué la escuela mata la creatividad de tus alumnos? ¿Qué responsabilidad tienes como docente en el proceso creativo de tus alumnos? ¿Fomentas la creat

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Carbon Control: What America’s New Climate Change Offensive Looks Like

Carbon Control: What America’s New Climate Change Offensive Looks Like | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
UPDATE: On June 23, the U.S. Supreme Court effectively upheld the Environmental Protection Agency's authority, under the Clean Air Act, to regulate carbon and

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, July 4, 6:12 PM

If you are looking for a visual that looks at the new rules surrounding carbon emission and at what each state may have to do and how others are perceiving the new regulations you should check out this visual. You may scroll down the page (first click through to the site) or you can view it as a slideshow.

This visual would be great to share with students as it is designed as a cartoon (with many panels). It is easy to understand and describes where carbon emissions come from (in the US) as well as the impact this may have on countries outside the US.

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Using Dialogue Circles to Support Classroom Management

At Glenview Elementary School, dialogue circles are part of a program aimed at building collaboration, respect, and positive behavior among students.
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Infographic: Why Classroom Movement Gets an A+

Infographic: Why Classroom Movement Gets an A+ | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

"Sitting is a learned behavior, passed on through tradition and adults, and today’s sedentary lifestyles are affecting our youth and their classroom performance. Studies show that more activity throughout the school day improves health and academic outcomes."


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Beth Dichter's curator insight, June 26, 8:10 PM

Our students sit most of the day. Yet research tells us that activity is beneficial, that movement throughout the day improves academic outcomes. This infographic shares information on this subject and includes a list of resources.

faezams's curator insight, July 4, 8:17 PM

Brain breaks- vital for all learning.

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Lies Your World Map Told You: 5 Ways You're Being Misled

Lies Your World Map Told You: 5 Ways You're Being Misled | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

"Unfortunately, most world political maps aren't telling you the whole story. The idea that the earth's land is cleanly divvied up into nation-states - one country for each of the world's peoples - is more an imaginative ideal than a reality. Read on to learn about five ways your map is lying to you about borders, territories, and even the roster of the world's countries."


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Amazing stories on the World's changing Geopolitical status. Current stories about disputed borders, unrecognised territories and  newly declared nations.

Adilson Camacho's curator insight, June 29, 6:41 PM

Nunca é "Toda a Verdade" ... 

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Why Teachers Should Be Trained Like Actors

Why Teachers Should Be Trained Like Actors | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Teaching is a lot like acting, a high-energy, performance profession that requires a person to act as a role model. But when teachers go through training and professional development, the performance aspect of the job is rarely emphasized or taught. Acknowledging this aspect could be a missed opportunity to restructure ways teachers learn new skills and tactics.

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Evelyn Izquierdo's curator insight, June 21, 2:44 PM

There is no doubt that teachers develop many important skills during their teaching life, but definitely performing as actors and actresses is one of the most useful and enjoyable tasks in the classroom. Some teachers are very good at that, others need more training. This article discusses the role of performing as a teaching strategy and how being trained like actors/actresses may contribute to develop not only good academic habits but successful practices.

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Why It's Time To Rethink (And Question) Homework

Why It's Time To Rethink (And Question) Homework | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
The concept of homework as we have known it in the past is changing rapidly, since it often distorts the overall picture of learning. Flipped classrooms, the ability to use the same technology and tools both in and out of the classroom, and personalized learning are making ripples in the education world. And while most …

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Daniel Tan's curator insight, June 23, 4:42 PM

Homework vs home vs work, underlined by learnIng. Homework was originally designed  as an extension of a lesson to reinforce  what was taught.

 

What if now students are becoming more self directed and self motivated?  Fast and easily assessible content disrupts the "teacher-dependent student" paradigm, allowing (and motivating) the  student to self learn and group learn (student-student) rather beyond the formal homework. 

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Math-Haters, Alert!

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Writer Annie Murphy Paul recently interviewed the author and mathematician Professor Jordan Ellenberg about why people hate math. “We teach math as if it’s about applying a prescribed formula, circ...

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11 Bad Teaching Habits That Are Stifling Your Growth

11 Bad Teaching Habits That Are Stifling Your Growth | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
11 Bad Teaching Habits That Are Stifling Your Growth by Saga Briggs, opencolleges.edu.au There’s a certain class of mistakes that all educators can eliminate with conscious effort, and in this post we outline 11 of them.
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Secret Teacher: education needs more troublemaker headteachers

Secret Teacher: education needs more troublemaker headteachers | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Headteachers shouldn't be subservient managers who open the Ofsted book and enact it without question. But infiltrating the ranks to inspire change is proving tricky
More from The Secret TeacherI love my job.
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Rhythm Lesson - YouTube

“ Here is a basic rhythm lesson using syllables and signs for each note value. Copryight 2012 Obie Leff http://www.singtolearn.com


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Why Teaching Is Like Farming - Edudemic

Why Teaching Is Like Farming - Edudemic | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Sometimes, I think that teaching is a lot like farming. I know that statement won’t immediately convince most of you, but sometimes, you need to think of yourself as a farmer. Reap, Sow This principle is as old as time.
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The importance of school attendance - nwitimes.com

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The importance of school attendance
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This situation can create a drain on future classroom learning as teaching and learning is progressive and absent students requires more individual help, slowing down instruction.

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Monica S Mcfeeters's curator insight, May 25, 7:00 AM

This is so basic it is hard to believe we need to mention this. Showing up for classes matters! How many hours does every teacher spend catching those up that often just didn't bother to show up in the first place and the absence is often not  due to sickness.

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Dance Of Human Evolution Was Herky-Jerky, Fossils Suggest | Christopher Joyce | NPR.org

Dance Of Human Evolution Was Herky-Jerky, Fossils Suggest | Christopher Joyce | NPR.org | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

A trio of anthropologists has decided it's time to rewrite the story of human evolution.

 

That narrative has always been a work in progress, because almost every time scientists dig up a new fossil bone or a stone tool, it adds a new twist to the story. Discoveries lead to new arguments over the details of how we became who we are.

 

But anthropologists generally agree on this much: A little more than 2 million years ago in Africa, the human lineage emerged. Smithsonian anthropologist says the conventional wisdom is that much of Africa changed about then from forest to dry savanna. Our ape-like ancestors had to adapt or die, leave the forest and embrace the savanna — and in doing so, they evolved into something more like us.

 

"The traditional package of traits," Potts explains, "including elongated legs, large brain, culture, a whole variety of traits, were thought to have come together with the origin of the genus Homo. We're saying no, that's not the case."

 

Potts is curator of human origins at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. He and his collaborators, of New York University and of the Wenner-Gren Foundation, have analyzed fossils discovered over the last few decades. They say the human animal didn't come together quite as quickly and neatly as commonly thought.

 

"What's different," Aiello says of this new narrative, "is that the whole package that makes us human — long linear bodies, very large body size, delayed growth and development for the kids — didn't evolve at the same time."

 

Instead, these scientists say, traits that make us human arose separately, in a herky-jerky fashion.

 

Click headline to read more and listen to audio this NPR radio segment--


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A World of Project Ideas (You Can Steal)

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To get off to a flying start planning this summer, borrow good project ideas from other teachers and adapt them to fit your context.
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How Finland Keeps Kids Focused Through Free Play

How Finland Keeps Kids Focused Through Free Play | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
An American teacher in Helsinki questions the national practice of giving 15 minute breaks each hour—until he sees the difference it makes in his classroom.

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Over 400,000 Lesson Plan Resources for Teachers

Over 400,000 Lesson Plan Resources for Teachers | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

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25 Ways to Create A Sticky Lesson - InformED

25 Ways to Create A Sticky Lesson - InformED | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
How do we create learning that lasts? It's a hard question to answer, and in some cases an even harder reality to achieve, particularly with the pressure

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, June 22, 7:01 PM

After describing the three phases of the learning process based on cognitive science. The first two phases:

* Students decide what to attend to.

* Students organize the information

These work with short term memory but to know the information students must also activate long term memory which may begin in class with a review but should also includes well crafted assignments.

What can you do?The post continues by exploring ways to capture a students attention and ways to help them create a framework. The final section explores how to make the lesson stick. Three examples are below (quoted from the post).

* Begin lectures with a high level question that the upcoming information can answer.

* Highlight the "unfinished" nature of each subject.

* Don't use too many types of different presentation materials at once.

Throughout the post there are links to additional resources.

Nancy Jones's curator insight, June 23, 10:38 AM

I love this image. It captures it all. Beth Dichter posts great stuff on a regular basis. I am really spending some serious time inviestigating this topic of buy-in by the students by givening them more ownership .

Ness Crouch's curator insight, June 25, 2:38 AM

I like the analogy of a 'sticky lesson'... something that sticks in your head. That's the aim of every lesson... get what you are teaching to stick in the learners head!

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5 repositorios de vídeos para utilizar en el aula o en casa

5 repositorios de vídeos para utilizar en el aula o en casa | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Cinco webs con repositorios de vídeos sobre diferentes temas (Matemáticas, Historia, Ciencias...) y que pueden utilizarse en el aula o en casa.

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Always a teacher: a reflection (& confession) on 5 years out of the classroom.

Always a teacher: a reflection (& confession) on 5 years out of the classroom. | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

I can’t believe it’s been 5 years since I wrote this post about the (hilarious?) adventures of my very first job interview in Manhattan as an instructional coach.


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Explore World War 1 and 2 Images with History Pin

Explore World War 1 and 2 Images with History Pin | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

HistoryPin is a global community collaborating around history. It’s main focus is to superimpose historical pictures over a Google Map so you can compare the image to how things look today.


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Don't focus on behaviour management at the expense of learning

Don't focus on behaviour management at the expense of learning | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
'When I started as a teacher there was a lot of 'strutting and stagging' particularly by male teachers.
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Lunch not landfill: how schools can cut food waste and save money

Lunch not landfill: how schools can cut food waste and save money | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Food waste costs schools and colleges around £250m per year. But smart thinking could reduce the rubbish and needless spending.
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Professor inspirador faz diferença após a faculdade

Professor inspirador faz diferença após a faculdade | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Professores de graduação que fazem o aprendizado ser mais prazeroso, se importam com seus alunos, apoiam, estimulam e os incentivam a correr atrás de seus sonhos acrescentam mais à vida dos estudantes depois de formados do que apenas durante os...
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Censo: 65% das escolas brasileiras não têm biblioteca

Censo: 65% das escolas brasileiras não têm biblioteca | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Em três anos, parcela de unidades de ensino equipadas com espaços adequados para leitura passou de 33,5% para apenas 35%
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