Digitala verktyg för lärandet. En skola i förändring.
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Digitala verktyg för lärandet. En skola i förändring.
Skola 2.1, den moderna skolan som använder de digitala verktygen som en naturlig del av undervisningen.
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New Pedagogies for Deep Learning

New Pedagogies for Deep Learning | Digitala verktyg för lärandet. En skola i förändring. | Scoop.it

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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Darin Stevenson's curator insight, December 17, 2013 8:22 PM

We are pod animals and we learn best in strategies that openly acknowledge the ‘one animal’ aspect of distributed human and ecological relationships and participants. Many of these are places... not merely beings.

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How Can We Make Assessments Meaningful?

How Can We Make Assessments Meaningful? | Digitala verktyg för lärandet. En skola i förändring. | Scoop.it
I think meaningful assessments can come in many shapes and sizes. It fact, to be thoroughly engaging and to draw the best work out of the students, assessments should come in different formats.

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How do Finnish kids excel without rote learning and standardized testing?

How do Finnish kids excel without rote learning and standardized testing? | Digitala verktyg för lärandet. En skola i förändring. | Scoop.it
The OECD’s PISA studies show Finnish students are among the best in the world in reading, math and science.

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Bronwyn Desjardins's curator insight, May 11, 2013 11:14 AM

Dr. Harry Wong mentioned that Finland's educational model involves trusting their teachers. Think about it. When schools overmanage their teachers are they not taking their staff's focus away from teaching through the implementation of checklists and rigid process controls?

If the children in the classroom are learning then the teacher must be teaching, but this opens up a whole other can of worms: How do you measure the learning? What is learning - how does one define and measure it in a 21st century digital world?

Have a look at the Finnish method.