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5 Assessment Strategies Every Teacher Should Know

5 Assessment Strategies Every Teacher Should Know | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

"Most teachers and current textbooks offer varied approaches to the material to be learned so the teaching can be brain-compatible with the varied student learning styles. It is only logical that respect for these individual learning styles be incorporated into assessment forms."


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Christopher Resetar's curator insight, February 13, 2014 12:00 PM

Like other comments on this scoop, I really like this article, especially items #1 and #2.  I really like those options because they are unconventional options that I still think would provide an appropriate level of challenge for the students as well as provide an alternative form of just a simple pencil and paper exam.  I think option #1 is more feasible for elementary school because it would allow students to work on skills that are more age appropriate like consolidation of information and looking for quality source material.

Ruby Day's curator insight, February 14, 2014 3:45 PM

Sounds like some great ideas to stimulate critical thinking

Audrey's curator insight, March 5, 2014 6:51 PM

All 5 assessment methods involves  students leading the learning. Asking the students questions based on their reading of the topic helps their analytical  skills and allows them to be in charge of their learning. 

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HipHughes: A Recipe for Great Teaching - YouTube

As an experienced classroom teacher, this is my best guess as to the recipe for great teaching. Be sure to subscribe to some HipHughes History. Check out som...
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Tropeço na leitura leva a cegueira matemática

Tropeço na leitura leva a cegueira matemática | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

Helen ganhou uma bicicleta com um painel que informa a distância e a velocidade média da viagem. Num passeio, ela circulou por 4km em 10 minutos e, depois, mais 2km em 5 minutos. Qual das afirmações seguintes está correta: A) A velocidade média dela foi maior nos primeiros 10 minutos. B) A velocidade média dela foi a mesma nos dois trechos. C) A velocidade média foi menor nos primeiros dez minutos. D) Não é possível afirmar nada sobre a velocidade de Helen com esses dados".

O parágrafo reproduz uma questão de nível 2 da prova de matemática do Programa Internacional de Avaliação de Estudantes (Pisa) de 2012, que testou Alunos de 15 anos em 65 países. Para se chegar à resposta, letra "B", basta interpretar o texto e fazer uma conta simples. Mesmo assim, só 33% dos brasileiros acertaram questões com este grau de dificuldade. Entre os principais motivos para o erro ou abandono da questão está a deficiência de leitura. Para especialistas, muitos Alunos se saem mal em matemática de maneira geral porque não conseguem entender o que pede o enunciado.

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The Global Teacher

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Global teachers (should) care about education as a whole, as well as their school and their classroom.  I just want to iterate that if the person only looks at sharing and learning globally, but cannot connect with those in their classroom or school, I would not consider them a “global teacher”.  

They just know that we are better when we work together, not just taking, but contributing.  They know what they share makes a difference for others, as well as knowing what they learn from others makes a difference for their school and students.

So where are you on the spectrum, and what type of teacher would you want in your school?

 

 


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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, February 8, 2014 5:55 PM

This does not require a comment. I just want to curate it for future reference.

ANA's curator insight, February 9, 2014 7:00 AM

We live in a global world, so we need global teachers

James Jandebeur's curator insight, February 9, 2014 12:57 PM

With an interconnected world, we need to take people outside our immediate circles into account. Hence, this is a good discussion to have for pretty much anyone with Internet access, not just teachers, but teachers are a good place to start.

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A Tabela (é mesmo) Periódica!

Material da Casa das Ciências, disponível para download em: http://www.casadasciencias.org/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_details&gid=39096748&Itemid=23

 

"Descritivo : O vídeo "A Tabela (é mesmo) Periódica" é um filme de animação de cerca de 7 minutos que diz tudo o que sempre quis saber sobre a Tabela Periódica: porque tem esta forma, como são organizados os elementos químicos e como se combinam ou...nem por isso!

 

A animação foi pensada para um público leigo em Química, mas é uma excelente introdução ao estudo da Tabela Periódica dos Elementos e das propriedades dos materiais, que se inicia no 3º Ciclo do Ensino Básico.

 

Este vídeo faz parte do projeto "A Química das Coisas", foi produzido pelo Science Office para a Universidade de Aveiro, no âmbito do Ano Internacional da Química 2011 e financiado pelo COMPETE – Programa Operacional Fatores de Competitividade e pelo Ciência Viva, Programa Media Ciência."


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Getting started on writing effective lesson plans | Teach them English

Getting started on writing effective lesson plans | Teach them English | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
If you Google the term ‘lesson plan template’ you’ll find a million and one examples, none of which are entirely suited to what you need. Nevertheless, having a template is going to help you immensely.

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Artist Uses Hundreds of Found Objects To Recreate Iconic Paintings And Portraits

Artist Uses Hundreds of Found Objects To Recreate Iconic Paintings And Portraits | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
In her

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The Real Pirates of the Caribbean

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Explore the travels and exploits of five real pirates of the Caribbean. Click through the tabs to track the adventures of each pirate overlaid on Spanish ports and pirate strongholds in the area. Zoom into the map to see additional detail.
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Jared Medeiros's curator insight, February 11, 2015 10:00 PM

This pirate excursion map is so cool and gives a great look at the travels of different pirates.  As we get farther away from these time periods, it seems like the idea of these Caribbean pirates are fictional.  To hear true historical events about these individual pirates is very interesting.  I would  love to take a time machine back to Port Royal during these times to experience that madness.

Brian Wilk's curator insight, March 28, 2015 9:34 AM

Imagine the horror a native of the Caribbean must have felt when white men came into their scenic lands and pillaged their villages and plundered their treasuries? Blackbeard otherwise known as Edward Teach, would light slow burning cannon fuses and place them in his beard to create an aura about him as he fought and raided these port of call. Calico Jack Rackham, a great pirate name if there ever was one, was best known for having  a pair of female pirates aboard. Instantly becomes one of my heroes! Then you have William Parker who was actually an opportunist backed by England who plundered Spanish treasures throughout Central America. Here is my favorite pirate joke; what is a pirate's favorite letter? "R" you say? No, it's the letter "C", pirates love the sea....

Helen Teague's curator insight, September 14, 2015 9:28 AM

very interesting interactive map

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Ideias e dicas de decoração para a biblioteca escolar e infantil

Ideias e dicas de decoração para a biblioteca escolar e infantil | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Professoras e bibliotecárias se revezam na busca por dicas e ideias de decoração e ornamentação de bibliotecas duas vezes por ano: quando as crianças entram de férias e quando as crianças retornam ...

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Are Educators Passionate About Their Profession?

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Educators, do you have to go to work? Or do you get to come to school? There's a BIG difference between the two... I enrolled my 5 year old son into a hip hop dance class. The sessions are held in ...

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Carmen Arias 's curator insight, February 1, 2014 1:00 PM

Passion is everthing in any filed in life, passion makes the difference between excellent and regular professionals

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Education Is A System; Teaching Is An Action; Learning Is A Process

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“ Education Is A System; Teaching Is An Action; Learning Is A Process” I recently read Audrey Waters write about privilege in education. I always appreciate Waters’—and similarly, Jackie Gerstein’s–habit of asking difficult questions and presenting a perspective on education that doesn’t always come up in the PLC meeting, tweet chat, or utopian summit on school design. One of her points had to do with the inherent inaccessibility of education. The idea that those working from disadvantaged positions should adjust—repackage themselves to find “success” working with a “thing” not designed for them. It’s a fair argument that has as its evidence the continued expenditure of billions of dollars to push that “thing’s” lifeless body along in spite of itself.


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Na Educação, metas difíceis de alcançar

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O Brasil ainda não atingiu as metas de acesso à Escola estabelecidas para 2015 pela Organização das Nações Unidas para a Educação, Ciência e Cultura (Unesco), que lança hoje relatório mundial para monitorar a situação em 205 países. O maior problema brasileiro está nas matrículas de pré-adolescentes de 11 a 14 anos, nas séries da segunda metade do Ensino fundamental. A meta é que pelo menos 97% da população nessa faixa etária frequente as séries finais do fundamental. Em 2011, porém, o índice brasileiro estava em 71,2%.

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The Future of Learning Environments: An Issue That Concerns the Students

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Following her first article on her experiences as an architect/designer working with kids, Moa Dickmark offers her insights into the future of pedagogy and learning environments, an issue that raises various questions around the world.


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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, February 12, 2014 2:02 PM

I think the article raises a key point about who we are asking advice on school design or learning environment design. We have to be careful on two levels when we include students and I think we should.

 

First, we have to ask and listen attentively. When something is not achievable, we need to answer in ways that explain what makes that thing unachievable. Is it simply unachievable or are there other ways to see it.

 

Second, and connected to the first, we have to be genuine in asking questions and answering. Several years ago, a principal approached students and asked what they wanted to make an ideal school. They mentioned, among other things, a library and cafeteria. The first was presented as a bunch of books in containers sitting on shelves in an area of the building our students rarely went to. Students later questioned that and had they been listened to more carefully that principal would have realized part of the library was a regular time to look through books and a reading time. As a teacher, I did some of the latter, but struggled to find ways for the former. The cafeteria was laughed off, but why it never materialized was never explained to students. Many students explained they wanted something different once or twice a month and to eat with their friends in a common area.

 

It becomes disingenuous if we ask questions and do not listen deeply. Ironically, that principal has gone on to bigger and better things as an emissary of change.

Elizabeth Bowden's curator insight, February 13, 2014 7:17 AM

"...she believes that students and teachers should have a say and be a part of the development and implementation process."

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Três anos depois da tsunami, novas vítimas de Fukushima

Três anos depois da tsunami, novas vítimas de Fukushima | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Trabalho de limpeza de usina nuclear conta com indigentes recrutados pela máfia japonesa
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New kinds of maths skills needed in the future – and new educational practices

New kinds of maths skills needed in the future – and new educational practices | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
The nature of the mathematical skills required from competent citizens is changing. Gone are the days of inertly applying and performing standard calculations. The mathematical minds of the future will need to understand how different economic, social, technological and work-related processes can be mathematically represented or modeled. A project is exploring new pedagogical practices and technological environments to prepare students for the flexible use of their math skills in future environments.

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The Complete History of Science

The Complete History of Science (Full Documentary) . 2013

 

"This documentary as well as the rest of these documentaries shown here relate to important times and figures in history, historic places and people, archaeology, science, conspiracy theories, and education. The Topics of these video documentaries are varied and cover ancient history, Rome, Greece, Egypt, science, technology, nature, planet earth, the solar system, the universe, World wars, battles, military and combat technology, current events, education..."


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Online Math Games, Logic Games, Science Games, Language Arts Games, and more!

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Online learning games featuring math games, science games, logic games, and language arts games. SchoolTimeGames.com - The Smart Place to Be!

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Pamela D Lloyd's curator insight, February 18, 2014 4:03 PM

Lots of fun online learning games. Great for parents and teachers working with young learners.

Miguel Garcia's curator insight, February 19, 2014 5:52 AM

algunos estan muy buenos

Agora Abierta's curator insight, February 19, 2014 6:53 AM

Para poner al día tus reflejos y conocimientos con juegos online

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27 Ways To Respond When Students Don't Pay Attention

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27 Ways To Respond When Students Don't Pay Attention

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Getting to know you with an acrostics poem

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We have new courses starting this week at school so I thought I'd share my favourite getting to know you activity to use with a new class. The original idea of using an acrostics poem came from a s...

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Britannica Escola Online

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O portal em português da Encyclopædia Britannica para enriquecer o aprendizado dos alunos do ensino fundamental I.
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The Hardest Job in America

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Edutopia blogger Maurice Elias reflects on the powerful words of Sargent Shriver, a champion for public school teachers.
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Why Some Teachers May Question ‘New’ Education Trends

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Many teachers are tired of cycles of education reform that come with new trendy ideas about how they should do their job. What does all the hype look like from the perspective of teachers?
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Hidden History The untold history of "arabic" numerals

Hidden History The untold history of "arabic" numerals | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
TV about what's REALLY going on.

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