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ECM #20: Teach Like a Pirate with @burgessdave - Cool Cat Teacher Blog

ECM #20: Teach Like a Pirate with @burgessdave - Cool Cat Teacher Blog | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Dave Burgess teaches how to grab students' attention and keep it with his book Teach Like a Pirate.
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Pesquisa TALIS - Inep

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A Pesquisa Internacional sobre Ensino e Aprendizagem (Teaching and Learning International Survey -TALIS) coleta dados comparáveis internacionalmente sobre o ambiente de aprendizagem e as condições de trabalho dos professores nas escolas de diversos países do mundo, com o objetivo de fornecer informações comparáveis, confiáveis e atualizadas do ponto de vista dos profissionais nas escolas para ajudar os países a revisar e definir políticas para o desenvolvimento de uma profissão docente de alta qualidade.
As análises comparadas da TALIS permitem aos pesquisadores e gestores de políticas identificarem outros países que enfrentam desafios semelhantes aos seus e aprender com outros tipos de políticas públicas.
No ano de 2007, o Brasil participou da primeira rodada da pesquisa, cujo foco principal foi o ambiente de aprendizagem e as condições de trabalho que as escolas oferecem aos professores das séries/anos finais do ensino fundamental.
No ano de 2013, o Brasil e mais 33 países fizeram parte da segunda rodada da pesquisa.


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As técnicas mais utilizadas para enrolar uma aula

Você já chegou numa sala de aula de pós-graduação, e saiu com aquela nítida impressão de que o professor está meio no enrolation?
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Australia's gun laws stopped mass shootings and reduced homicides, study finds

Australia's gun laws stopped mass shootings and reduced homicides, study finds | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

Since major gun law reforms were introduced in Australia, mass shootings have not only stopped, but there has also been an accelerating reduction in rates of firearm-related homicide and suicides, a landmark study has found. It has been two decades since rapid-fire long guns were banned in Australia, including those already in private ownership, and 19 years since the mandatory buyback of prohibited firearms by government at market price was introduced. A handgun buyback program was later introduced, in 2003.

 

Researchers from the University of Sydney and Macquarie University analysed data on intentional suicide and homicide deaths caused by firearms from the National Injury Surveillance Unit, and intentional firearm death rates from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. For the period after the 1996 reforms, rates of total homicides and suicides from all causes were also examined to consider whether people may have substituted guns for alternative means.

 

From 1979 to 1996, the average annual rate of total non-firearm suicide and homicide deaths was rising at 2.1% per year. Since then, the average annual rate of total non-firearm suicide and homicide deaths has been declining by 1.4%, with the researchers concluding there was no evidence of murderers moving to other methods, and that the same was true for suicide.

 

The average decline in total firearm deaths accelerated significantly, from a 3% decline annually before the reforms to a 5% decline afterwards, the study found.

 

In the 18 years to 1996, Australia experienced 13 fatal mass shootings in which 104 victims were killed and at least another 52 were wounded. There have been no fatal mass shootings since that time, with the study defining a mass shooting as having at least five victims.

 

The findings were published in the Journal of the American Medical Association on Thursday, days after the US Senate rejected a string of Republican and Democrat measures to restrict guns. The reforms were proposed in response to the deadliest mass shooting in US history, at an LGBTI nightclub in Orlando.

 

The 1996 reforms introduced in Australia came just months after a mass shooting known as the Port Arthur massacre, when Martin Bryant used two semi-automatic rifles to kill 35 people and wound 23 others in Port Arthur, Tasmania. The reforms had the support of all major political parties.


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«No botes basura»: cómo las campañas sociales pierden utilizando el «no» — M en español — Medium

«No botes basura»: cómo las campañas sociales pierden utilizando el «no» — M en español — Medium | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Hace algunos días estaba caminando por la ciudad y vi un letrero que decía «Por favor, no botes basura. Todos los años se botan toneladas…

Via Ramon Aragon
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The Chemical Reactions That Make Food Taste Awesome - The Crux

The Chemical Reactions That Make Food Taste Awesome - The Crux | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Have you ever wondered how freshly baked bread gets its golden brown crust and why it smells so good? Or how nondescript green berries turn into beautiful brown coffee beans with a rich alluring aroma?

The answers to these questions lie in a series of complex of chemical reactions, known as Maillard reactions, which give many foods their familiar flavors and colors. These sensory properties even guide us in how we choose foods and help create our initial perceptions of their quality.

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Is George Soros right about the coming crash in China?

Is George Soros right about the coming crash in China? | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
George Soros warns that China is facing a financial crisis like the one in 2008. Is he right? Craig Stephen takes a look at where the financial stress is building.

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Outra educação é possível: 5 legados das ocupações escolares pelo Brasil

Outra educação é possível: 5 legados das ocupações escolares pelo Brasil | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Desde novembro de 2015, quando aconteceram as primeiras ocupações de escolas paulistas, estudantes secundaristas começaram a perceber o seu papel de protagonistas na luta por melhorias na...
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Schools across the UK are introducing gender neutral uniforms

Schools across the UK are introducing gender neutral uniforms | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
"Gender neutral" uniform policies have been introduced in 80 state schools — including 40 primary schools — across the UK, allowing children to wear the uniform in which they are most comfortable.

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How to make a good teacher

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FORGET smart uniforms and small classes. The secret to stellar grades and thriving students is teachers. One American study found that in a single year’s teaching the top 10% of teachers impart three times as much learning to their pupils as the worst 10% do. Another suggests that, if black pupils were taught by the best quarter of teachers, the gap between their achievement and that of white pupils would disappear.

But efforts to ensure that every teacher can teach are hobbled by the tenacious myth that good teachers are born, not made. Classroom heroes like Robin Williams in “Dead Poets Society” or Michelle Pfeiffer in “Dangerous Minds” are endowed with exceptional, innate inspirational powers. Government policies, which often start from the same assumption, seek to raise teaching standards by attracting high-flying graduates to join the profession and prodding bad teachers to leave. Teachers’ unions, meanwhile, insist that if only their members were set free from central diktat, excellence would follow.

The premise that teaching ability is something you either have or don’t is mistaken. A new breed of teacher-trainers is founding a rigorous science of pedagogy. The aim is to make ordinary teachers great, just as sports coaches help athletes of all abilities to improve their personal best (see article). Done right, this will revolutionise schools and change lives.

Via Scott MacClintic, Dean J. Fusto, Miloš Bajčetić
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Student Voices Needed in School Reform

Students' voices belong in the dialogue about what does and doesn't work in their education. Consider incorporating their wants and needs into your school reform efforts.
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Are We Too Preoccupied with Teaching Techniques?

Are We Too Preoccupied with Teaching Techniques? | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Teaching techniques play a necessary and important role in effective instruction, but too much focus on them sidetracks us from what really matters

Via EDTECH@UTRGV, Miloš Bajčetić
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Living in a poor neighborhood changes everything about your life

Living in a poor neighborhood changes everything about your life | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
How racism created two, divergent American neighborhoods

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Space Debris 1957 2015

Almost 20,000 pieces of space debris are currently orbiting the Earth. This visualisation, created by Dr Stuart Grey, lecturer at University College Londo
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Create a Startup Culture in Your Classroom

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Through use of classroom space, intentional course design and scheduling, and building "brand" identity, teachers can create a startup culture of empowerment and innovation for their students.
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Calculadoras en el aula: ¿herramienta o ayuda?

Calculadoras en el aula: ¿herramienta o ayuda? | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Estados Unidos/01 junio 2016/ Autor:Jo Craven McGinty/ Fuente: The Wall Street Journal ¿Las calculadoras son una muleta computacional que desalienta a los niños para memorizar las tablas de multipl…

Via CeDeC, Marga Roig
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Teaching the teachers

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Great teaching has long been seen as an innate skill. But reformers are showing that the best teachers are made, not born
Via Cindy Riley Klages, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD
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Quando sinto que já sei

Documentário produzido através de financimento coletivo na plataforma Catarse. Seu conteúdo traz o depoimento de professores, coordenadores, alunos, pesquisadores e pais sobre diferentes formas de ensinar e novas configurações da escola. http://www.quandosintoquejasei.com.br/ ; Quando sinto que já sei 78 minutos, 2014, Brasil.  www.quandosintoquejasei.com.br www.facebook.com/QuandoSintoQueJaSe

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Schools should be more teacher-centred.

Schools should be more teacher-centred. | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
The idea that schools should be more teacher centred has been gathering momentum in my thinking.   In fact, the whole education system should be more teacher centred.  Ridiculously, to some folk, that will sound regressive  - because we're supposed to say that everything we do is for the children.  Well, of course.  Schools are set…

Via Ove Christensen, Anna
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Mapa interactivo para ver la Tierra desde el Espacio

Mapa interactivo para ver la Tierra desde el Espacio | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Hoy comparto con vosotros un mapa interactivo con muchas fotografías de la Tierra desde el Espacio, son imágenes obtenidas por el astronauta Tim Peake durante los seis meses de su misión en la Estación Espacial Internacional.

Via Gumersindo Fernández
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Finlândia ou tigres asiáticos: qual é o melhor modelo de educação para a América Latina?

Finlândia ou tigres asiáticos: qual é o melhor modelo de educação para a América Latina? | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Um pequeno país do norte da Europa, com pouco mais de cinco milhões de habitantes, tem sido um exemplo para outros países na educação por mais de uma década.
O desejo de aprender com o modelo finlandês levou o Brasil e o Chile, entre outros, a estabelecer programas de cooperação com professores visitantes.
Mas a queda da Finlândia em rankings internacionais como nos testes do PISA - exame internacional da Organização para a Cooperação Desenvolvimento Econômico (OCDE) - levantou dúvidas sobre o sistema do país, que dá enfase à formação de professores e busca se libertar da "camisa de força" do currículo baseado em disciplinas.
Para alguns especialistas, o modelo finlandês é um "conto de fadas". Para outros, é o modelo do futuro. Afinal, quem está certo?

Via Luciano Sathler
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Not All Teachers Want to Become Administrators

Not All Teachers Want to Become Administrators | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
On my first day of summer break, I ran into an acquaintance in the store. He asked how the school year went, what my plans were for the summer, an

Via Bonnie Bracey Sutton, Dean J. Fusto
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3-Step Method to Increase Teacher Voice

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How do you make sure educators have a place at the table? Learn these three steps that school and district leaders can take to ensure teacher voice is represented in decision-making.
Via Dean J. Fusto
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Exit Celebrating: 8 Epic Ideas for Ending the School Year

Exit Celebrating: 8 Epic Ideas for Ending the School Year | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Give your students a year-end send-off that celebrates their learning. Ideas include Top 10 lists, party-themed exams, symbolic toasts, and heartfelt letters.
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Why Is OCTober Not The 8th Month?

Why Is OCTober Not The 8th Month? | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
So a month is 30 days right? Except for the ones that have 31 days and then the one that has 28 but then sometimes that has 29 days.

Via THE *OFFICIAL ANDREASCY*
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The Universe may be expanding much faster than we thought | Anthony Wood | GizMag.com

The Universe may be expanding much faster than we thought | Anthony Wood | GizMag.com | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

New measurements carried out using the Hubble Space Telescope suggest that the Universe may be expanding up to 9 percent faster than previously believed. The team behind the study, which is the most accurate of its kind ever undertaken, believe that the culprit for the unexpected acceleration could be one of the invisible phenomena thought to comprise roughly 95 percent of the Universe.

The new study observed the light signatures of around 2,400 Cepheid variable stars in 19 different galaxies, as well as those of 300 Type Ia supernova. Cepheids and Type Ia supernovae constitute part of the Cosmic Distance Ladder – an invaluable tool for astronomers attempting to map the vast distances between galaxies.


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Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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