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Educational resources by teachers for teachers.  Recursos educacionais por professores para professores.  
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"I Give Up": Teaching Perseverance to Kids

"I Give Up": Teaching Perseverance to Kids | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
The lovely Kelly behind Idealist Mom recently wrote an article about how to parent your giver-uppers. How do you teach perseverance to children who just don't even want to try? You'll have to read ...

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What Kids' Drawings Say About Their Intelligence

What Kids' Drawings Say About Their Intelligence | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
The number of features a child draws into their sketch of a person may say a little something about their intelligence

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The Importance of Free Play for Learning

The Importance of Free Play for Learning | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
What is lost when children's lives become too scheduled?
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El estrés en los primeros años de vida modifica de forma permanente el cerebro

El estrés en los primeros años de vida modifica de forma permanente el cerebro | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Los cuidados inadecuados hacen a los niños propensos a la ansiedad y les impide regular bien sus emociones de adultos (RT @gbsantamarina: El estrés en los primeros años de vida modifica de forma permanente el cerebro
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El juego y el dibujo

El juego y el dibujo | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
El juego constituye una expresión fundamental de la manera de ser del niño. A través de él puede expresar sus sentimientos y sus preocupaciones.           Hay un refrán que dice...
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"Manual de experimentos para preescolar"

El presente manual es el resultado del taller y del trabajo de las alumnas, dirigido a profesores y profesoras de educación preescolar. El manual incluye 12 experimentos para niños


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Rene Mendoza Hernandez's comment, November 6, 2012 11:00 AM
SALUDOS Y QUE TENGAS UN EXCELENTE DÍA GRACIAS
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Muchas gracias está muy bien
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Student-Created iBooks & eBooks - A Listly List

Check out this Listly List of student created ebooks. 


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Preschool lessons: New research shows that teaching kids more and more, at ever-younger ages, may backfire.

Preschool lessons: New research shows that teaching kids more and more, at ever-younger ages, may backfire. | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Ours is an age of pedagogy. Anxious parents instruct their children more and more, at younger and younger ages, until they're reading books to babies in the womb. They pressure teachers to make kindergartens and nurseries more like schools.

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Opal School Children on Play and Learning

This video was created for the welcome to Interactivity 2012, the annual convention of the Association for Children's Museums. The voices you hear are those ...
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Has Kids’ Play Changed Over Time? « Annie Murphy Paul

A review of studies of children’s play reaching back almost 25 years finds that children’s use of imagination in play as well their overall comfort and engagement with play activities actually increased that period, according to PsychCentral. Children’s capacity to express a wide range of positive emotions, to tell stories and to organize thoughts remained about the same, while the expression of negative feelings declined. “We were surprised that outside of imagination and comfort, play was consistent over time,” said Jessica Dillon and Sandra Russ of Case Western Reserve University.

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A therapist goes to middle school and tries to sit still and focus. She can’t. Neither can the kids. | Valarie Strauss | WashPost.com

A therapist goes to middle school and tries to sit still and focus. She can’t. Neither can the kids. | Valarie Strauss | WashPost.com | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it

This is a follow-up to two popular posts about the problems kids face when they are forced to sit still in school for hours on end without a break. The first, written by pediatric occupational therapist Angela Hanscom, was titled “Why so many kids can’t sit still in school today” and discussed how being inactive affects students’ ability to stay focused and learn, and in some cases leads to improper diagnoses of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD. The next piece was titled “The right — and surprisingly wrong — ways to get kids to sit still in class.”

Hanscom has now written a third related piece, this one specifically about middle-schoolers. Hanscom told me that she was curious about the effects of restricted movement on students in middle school, so she went to a local middle school to observe what was going on inside classrooms and talk to teachers and parents. The following post explains Hanscom’s experience and findings at the middle school she visited. Hanscom is the founder of TimberNook, a nature-based development program designed to foster creativity and independent play outdoors in New England.

 

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EASY DIY CHEAP CHALK WITH KIDS PLEASE DONT FORGET TO LIKE PLEASE

EASY DIY CHEAP CHALK WITH KIDS PLEASE DONT FORGET TO LIKE PLEASE | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
PLEASE LIKE HOPE YALL HAVE FUN!

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Taking A Closer Look At What The Research Says About Preschool

Taking A Closer Look At What The Research Says About Preschool | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Taking A Closer Look At What The Research Says About Preschool by Neal McCluskey, Ph.D. Associate Director, Center for Educational Freedom, Cato Institute Register For Pre-School Education: What The Research Says hosted by The Cato Institute Live...
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Six of the best: the traits your child needs to succeed

Six of the best: the traits your child needs to succeed | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
What makes a child do well in school? When I ask parents that question, they always have lots of great answers: a high IQ, a terrific school, well-run lessons, skilled teachers, a creative curriculum, high expectations.

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Do you and your students have 'joie de vivre'? This and five other traits are found to be the key to success..... Read the article to find out what they are then rank them in your own order of importance. .

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Sugerencias para estimular la mente de tus alumnos y alumnas: Pensamiento positivo | Aprender a Pensar

Sugerencias para estimular la mente de tus alumnos y alumnas: Pensamiento positivo | Aprender a Pensar | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Profes.net El optimismo es un hábito de pensamiento positivo, una disposición o tendencia a mirar el aspecto más favorable de los acontecimientos y...
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Increase Student Achievement in 5 Easy Steps

Increase Student Achievement in 5 Easy Steps | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Increasing student achievement and creating a high-performing school begins with five simple steps.
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Creating Music

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Get your child to make beautiful music with this online composition site. Fun for kids of all ages, actually fun for adults of all ages too, CreatingMusic.com offers activities and games that teach visitors about music and how it's made. The site is completely interactive and allows visitors to compose their own instrumental music on the Musical Sketch Pad or with a Rhythm Band. It also teaches kids how shapes can change musical contours and it features fun games with sound. This is great for kids who aspire to be musicians, and even those who don't.


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Educational Songs & Children's Music from Songs for Teaching®

Educational Songs & Children's Music from Songs for Teaching® | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
Children's Songs and Educational Music for preschool, elementary, middle and high school. Lyrics, mp3 downloads, DVDs and CDs.

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Creative play grows critical thinking in children | Murdoch University

Creative play grows critical thinking in children | Murdoch University | Banco de Aulas | Scoop.it
A research project completed at Murdoch University has suggested that encouraging artistic expression in children may play a key role in establishing critical thinking skills.

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