emotional intelligence, which evaluates how well individuals perceive and deal with affectively charged interpersonal situations. But there are situations in which leaders have to deal with the emotions of large groups of people, not just those of one or a few individuals and most managers don’t have time to operate on a one-on-one basis all the time. Understanding the collective can help leaders respond effectively to the group as a whole. This happens in situations such as dealing with the collective anxiety of executives facing the news of corporate restructuring; or public authorities dealing with the collective anger of large groups of people in the streets; or politicians seeking to inspire large groups of people to win an election. Those with the skill to pick up on the subtle emotional cues of the collective can adapt accordingly and, according to our research, earn more respect as a result. So how can this ability to see the forest for the trees be applied by leaders?
A lo largo de la corta vida de este blog, he dejado posts que hablaban sobre la creatividad y como poder desarrollarla. En este caso os dejo una infografía de Eduardo Kastika en el que nos plantea las claves para conseguir la creatividad. Fantástico trabajo.
A good public speaker takes their audience on a journey, leaving them feeling inspired and motivated. But structuring your speech to get your ideas across and keep your audience engaged all the way through is tricky.
As a competitive intelligence manager, you’ve probably grappled with multiple challenges over the years. Common challenges include, how do we develop our company’s internal competitive intelligence network; how can we gain insights in a broad range of specialized topics; how do we share market signals with key stakeholders effectively; how can we maximize the output from internal resources, and more. These are questions we help our clients address with the Intelligence Plaza all the time. here is a quick 10 point checklist for an efficient and trusted competitive intelligence program:
La educación invertida es un enfoque pedagógico en el que la instrucción directa se realiza fuera del aula y el tiempo presencial se utiliza para desarrollar actividades de aprendizaje significativo y personalizado. En la mayoría de las aulas de las...
By Abhijit Bhaduri and Bill Fischer Changing mindsets begins with you! The only mind you can be sure of changing is your own, and the only way that you can demonstrate this mindset change is through your behaviors. If you aspire for your organization to be faster, more innovative, less afraid [...]
What are the Biggest Mistakes Teachers Make When Integrating Technology into the Classroom?
The word “mistake” is a harsh word. It implies flaws, pointing fingers, errors in judgement, something wrong and possibly even a dead end. I would rather think or connect the word “mistake” to first steps, stepping stones, experimentation and exploration. With that being said, those “first steps” or that exploration cannot become a routine cemented in stone how technology is being used in the classroom. Stepping stones are meant to lead to something else.
For the sake of the prompt given, here are my top 5 “Mistakes” (in no particular order) which I see, read and hear about as I travel the world to learn and work with schools, teachers and students:
- Technology being used to substitute an analog activity
- Technology use being seen as an add-on to allow students to use devices, the Internet, a program or an app as a reward, for entertainment, as a time filler for students who finish early
- Technology use as a separate subject area
- Technology as a $1000 pencil initiative
- Technology seen as the solution to motivate and engage students
Las rúbricas son herramientas de evaluación que, a modo de tabla, permiten valorar de forma detallada las tareas realizadas por los alumnos y los conocimientos y competencias adquiridos.
Frente a las calificaciones tradicionales, que evalúan los trabajos de forma numérica y como un todo, las rúbricas constituyen una completa alternativa donde el profesor desgrana y define los objetivos de aprendizaje y los criterios que utilizará para valorarlos. Te ofrecemos varias claves y herramientas para elaborar y utilizar rúbricas de manera sencilla.
So we thought we’d start an ongoing collection–that is, one that is updated to reflect trends and changes–of the best resources for teaching with the iPad.
This will include resources from all of the best sources, from Apple’s own stuff to TeachThought to edutopia to MindShift to DMLCentral to Jackie Gerstein and more. We can update it, or make it a wiki to crowdsource the process, or you can add suggestions in the comments below. Based on the activity of the comments, and the sharing of the post, we’ll decide how to handle it moving forward.
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