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Learning on the Edge

Learning on the Edge | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
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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É a vez da energia solar? Cada vez mais gente acha que sim

É a vez da energia solar? Cada vez mais gente acha que sim | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
A energia solar já é a fonte que mais cresce no mundo. No Brasil, o medo de uma nova crise elétrica leva o governo a romper barreiras para torná-la competitiva
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The Mercator Perception

The Mercator Perception | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
What you think you know about the shape of the world has likely been skewed by a visualization technique.

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Bonnie Bracey Sutton's curator insight, June 28, 5:10 AM

Why are we still using this map??

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What Are You Doing With the Last 5 (minutes of class)

What Are You Doing With the Last 5 (minutes of class) | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
This is the perfect time to help make decisions about tomorrow’s instruction. Here are three ways you can better utilize the last five minutes of class.

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa) , Juergen Wagner, Miloš Bajčetić
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Base curricular de Mangabeira terá cinco divergências em relação a texto do MEC

Base curricular de Mangabeira terá cinco divergências em relação a texto do MEC | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Base curricular de Mangabeira terá cinco divergências em relação a texto do MEC
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Who ya callin' bird brain? - Washington Post

Who ya callin' bird brain? - Washington Post | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Crows may be among the most intelligent animals on Earth, rivaling chimps and other primates.

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Low salaries lead to "teacher shortage."

Low salaries lead to "teacher shortage." | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

Low Teacher Pay In South Dakota Drives Teachers Out.
The AP (4/2) reports that one in three new teachers trained in South Dakota leave the state for work, in large part due to the state’s salaries, ranked last nationwide. The movement has led to a “teacher shortage,” according to Rob Monson, executive director of the School Administrators of South Dakota, and one he deems likely to continue as the number of teachers at retirement age increases compared to new staff.


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Help Teaching

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Help Teaching is an excellent site for educators, parents, and others looking for educational resources such as quiz/test creators, online assessments, or worksheets/printables.  These printables are for K-12 and cover a wide range of subjects.

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Highly trained, respected and free: why Finland's teachers are different

Highly trained, respected and free: why Finland's teachers are different | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Extensive training is the basis for giving teachers the autonomy to work the way they want. The result is a highly prized profession and an education system always near the top in international rankings

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RESENTICE's curator insight, June 22, 3:44 AM

Très expérimentés, respectés et libres : pourquoi les enseignants finlandais sont-ils différents .

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What are You Doing to Encourage Curiosity in Your TEACHERS?

What are You Doing to Encourage Curiosity in Your TEACHERS? | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

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What are the Best Ways a Teacher can Demonstrate Leadership in the Classroom?

What are the Best Ways a Teacher can Demonstrate Leadership in the Classroom? | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
As part of C.M Rubin’s monthly series in the Huffington post: The Global Search for Education: Our Top 12 Global Teacher Blogs, this is my third contribution. This month we are answering the follow...

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Pesquisa revela insatisfação com excesso de teoria e falta de prática do atual modelo de ensino

Pesquisa revela insatisfação com excesso de teoria e falta de prática do atual modelo de ensino | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Estudo da Fundação Lemann mostra como jovens e professores enxergam a educação no Brasil
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New Teachers: Classroom-Management Fundamentals

New Teachers: Classroom-Management Fundamentals | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Discover resources for new teachers about developing routines, fostering classroom community, managing disruptions, and building student relationships.

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We need to grow 50% more food yet agriculture causes climate change. How do we get out of this bind? | Mark Cackler | The Guardian

We need to grow 50% more food yet agriculture causes climate change. How do we get out of this bind? | Mark Cackler | The Guardian | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

We are trapped in a vicious cycle: we will need to grow 50% more food by 2050 to feed 9 billion people but agriculture, which is paradoxically vulnerable to climate change, generates 25% of heat-trapping greenhouse gas emissions that lead to climate change. The more we grow using conventional methods, the more we exacerbate the problem. It’s time for a climate-smart agriculture but first we must address a few man-made problems.

First, there is a frustrating lack of attention paid to agriculture in the current global climate talks leading up to the Paris conference later this year. By definition, food production affects all countries, rich and poor, and it is hard to imagine any effective post-Kyoto climate change agreement that ignores 25% of the problem. So, we need a climate change agreement where agriculture is a big part of the solution, and delivers a triple win: higher agricultural productivity to feed more people and raise the incomes of poor farmers - especially women, greater climate resilience, and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

Second, we still grow our food largely using 20th century technology - over 100 years old in the case of fertilizer production! We need more and better agricultural research to bring farming into the 21st century. Other sectors like energy have made great breakthroughs in remarkably short periods of time, but where is the “electric car” for agriculture? The Copenhagen Consensus concludes that agricultural research is one of the single most effective investments we could make to fight malnourishment. Therefore, we need more support for bodies like the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research that focus on crops and cropping systems that are of greatest importance to poor farmers and poor countries. Such research is a global public good that the private sector cannot be expected to deliver alone.

Third, agriculture, like other sectors, ‘wastes’ carbon because we don’t price it properly. Carbon pricing is an essential way to cut greenhouse gas emissions and lower climate risks. Whether through carbon markets, carbon taxes, or performance measures, a price on carbon can drive investment toward a greener agriculture, a cleaner economy and ultimately, more food for all.

Fourth, agriculture today consumes 70% of the world’s fresh water, and too much of it is wasted. We must become wiser about water, especially because of climate change. One example of better water management is in rice cultivation. Growing rice can use enormous quantities of water, but new farming techniques, like those developed by the CGIAR, can drastically reduce water use and also reduce the amount of methane from rice cultivation.

Hunger has many causes, including ignorance and injustice and violence, and there is no single solution that will guarantee that every person, every day, everywhere, has enough to eat. But, as incredulous as it sounds, even though one in nine people go hungry today, it is within our power to eliminate extreme poverty and hunger by 2030. We can build a better food system, based on climate smart agriculture that will grow more food, raise farmer incomes, and protect our land, water and biodiversity. And we can eliminate world hunger.

 

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12 Things Students Remember Most About Good Teachers

12 Things Students Remember Most About Good Teachers | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
In 2013, Canadian educator Lori Gard wrote a popular piece for Huffpost Living which highlighted caring as the most important thing a teacher can do for his or her students.

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10 Lessons from Movies About Teaching

10 Lessons from Movies About Teaching | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Which movies about teaching have really made an impact on you and why?

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WeAreTeachers: 5 Quick Tips for Secondary Classroom Management That Actually (I Promise You!) Work

WeAreTeachers: 5 Quick Tips for Secondary Classroom Management That Actually (I Promise You!) Work | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
​They may seem small, but these tips pack a punch​!
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There's No Such Thing as "Just a Teacher"

There's No Such Thing as "Just a Teacher" | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

Veteran Teachers Encourage New Teachers


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4 Tips to Develop Great Teacher Leaders

The books and best practices that change everything in your classroom
Teachers who are leaders change the world one student at a time. Leaders are readers. Leaders are learners.  But where do we start?

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Nearly four in ten qualifying teachers quit after one year

Nearly four in ten qualifying teachers quit after one year | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Almost four out of ten teachers are no longer in the classroom a year after qualifying, a teachers' conference heard yesterday.

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The world is quickly running out of water, new NASA study says | Gabriel Fisher | Quartz.com

The world is quickly running out of water, new NASA study says | Gabriel Fisher | Quartz.com | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

The world is losing groundwater, fast.

That is the conclusion of a new study published by researchers at NASA, which drew on satellite data to quantify the stresses on aquifers. The researchers found that over the decade-long study of the 37 major aquifers worldwide, 21 experienced a depletion of their water supply. Especially alarming was the study’s finding that the Indus Basin aquifer, which supplies much of India’s water supply, has depleted rapidly.

“The potential consequences are pretty scary,” NASA scientist Matthew Roddell, a lead author of the study, tells Quartz. “At some point those aquifers might run dry.”

To measure the water level changes, the researchers studied the gravitational orbit of NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellite caused by the shifting of earth’s mass. Because water is one of the larger and constantly shifting masses on earth, this allowed them to measure changes to groundwater supplies.

The researchers found that California’s Central Valley aquifer was the most depleted of all aquifers in the US, because Californians have relied more heavily on drawing groundwater as rain water has dissipated during California’s long drought.

While the study detected the change in groundwater levels, it could not quantify the amount of water remaining in the aquifers. Rodell said this would require drilling into the aquifers themselves, which he supports doing. “We should be monitoring and quantifying how much water is in these aquifers like we do with oil,” he says.

Preserving water in aquifers is especially problematic in agricultural areas like India, which relies heavily on water-intensive rice farming. According to Rodell, over 68% of our water supply is used for agriculture. But unlike, say, water used to cool a power plant, water used in agriculture is not recyclable, Rodell explains. “The people who are using the water don’t necessarily recognize that it will ever run out. It is used as a resource that will last forever,” Rodell says. If we continue with our current consumption practices, hesays,”these people and those farmers that rely on that water won’t have it anymore.”

 

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How Opening Up Classroom Doors Can Push Education Forward

How Opening Up Classroom Doors Can Push Education Forward | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

“ What if teachers embraced the idea of transparency as a form of activism, a way of shining light on what works in the classroom?”


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Vincent Delpont's curator insight, June 22, 8:32 AM

Ouvrir sa classe aux parents.(article en anglais)

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Earth has entered sixth mass extinction, warn scientists

Earth has entered sixth mass extinction, warn scientists | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Humans are responsible for so many species dying out that we are now in a sixth mass extinction, Stanford University has warned

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OFFICIAL ANDREASCY's curator insight, June 19, 5:06 PM

Animals now dying out at 100 times the normal rate, scientists say.

Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, June 19, 6:47 PM

Is it too late? We better start looking really seriously at our options.

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Bônus na educação pode aumentar a desigualdade, afirma educadora

Bônus na educação pode aumentar a desigualdade, afirma educadora | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Políticas como bônus por desempenho para os professores só funcionam em redes públicas com pouca desigualdade, raridade no país, defende a educadora Maria Alice Setubal.
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Why You Shouldn't Quit Your Music Lessons

Why You Shouldn't Quit Your Music Lessons | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

“ Did you take music lessons as a kid? Here's how the benefits could follow you for the rest of your life!”


Via Mark E. Deschaine, PhD, Suvi Salo, Marga Roig, Reucover
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