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La liste ultime des ressources gratuites : photos libres de droits, polices, logos, icônes...

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Ce n’est pas un site, c’est une pépite. Ne vous fiez pas à son esthétique assez discutable : les ressources qu’il contient sont géniales. Son nom : Blue Vertigo.


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Un site bien rempli et à retenir pour retrouver facilement des ressources medias gratuites!

A.CUZIN's curator insight, May 29, 4:35 PM
Une mine de ressources libres de droit utilisables en cours et par les élèves.
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La liste ultime des ressources gratuites : photos libres de droits, polices, logos, icônes...
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The Global Search for Education: Education and Jobs

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"The Future of Employment study makes clear that what matters most today is what you can do with what you know, rather than how much you know."
- Dr. Tony Wagner

 

We need to create schools that coach students for skill and will, in addition to teaching content. If we don't make this transition quickly, a growing number of our youth will be unemployable at the same time that employers complain that they cannot find new hires who have the skills they need. - Dr. Tony Wagner



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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, April 3, 2014 7:59 PM

There is no doubt the type of jobs available today and in the future are different and will be different than they have been. Having said this, children learn in concrete ways and not in abstract ways based on distant objectives. That is an adult way of doing things in education.

Sukie van Zyl's curator insight, April 4, 2014 4:05 AM

collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving

María Dolores Díaz Noguera's curator insight, April 5, 2014 2:46 PM

The Global Search for Education: Education and Jobs

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2 Hands-On Games To Build Thinking Skills In Students

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2 Hands-On Games To Build Thinking Skills In Students

 

Executive Functions (EF) are the higher-level brain functions–e.g., planning, analyzing, evaluating, and designing–that education seems to covet most in students. But are there ways we can promote EF function and literacy–that is, ability and awareness of that ability–in students? Below are two games that can help.


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Rob Hatfield, M.Ed.'s curator insight, November 9, 2013 8:48 PM

Problem-based learning, inquiry-based learning and integrated project-based learning all required EF abilities and allow the learning to take control of the learning environment at all educational levels.

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'Active' Student Engagement Goes Beyond Class Behavior, Study Finds | Education Week

'Active' Student Engagement Goes Beyond Class Behavior, Study Finds | Education Week | Collaborative Learning | Scoop.it

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"A new study in the journal Learning and Instruction examines how subtle facets of student engagement are critical for long-term academic success, reports Sarah Sparks in Education Week. Researchers tracked 1,000 mostly minority students from 23 public middle schools in a suburb of Washington, D.C. At the beginning of 7th grade and the end of 8th grade, researchers interviewed students about emotional support from administrators, teachers, and other students; ability to choose projects and teammates for class assignments; and whether they considered class material relevant to their lives. Separately, researchers assessed students on behavioral engagement, including how often the student completed homework on time, followed school rules, and responded in class discussions; emotional engagement, including whether the student felt interested in class subjects and accepted in the school culture; and cognitive engagement, including how well the student managed and monitored his or her own learning. Researchers found that what improves student behavior only sometimes engages them emotionally and cognitively. Students who said teachers set clear expectations and responded consistently were more likely to participate in class and feel connected. Teacher emotional support didn't directly affect student cognitive engagement -- rather, students were more likely to take ownership of learning when studies were personally interesting. Similarly, control over schoolwork did not improve student motivation or enhance feelings of competency unless choices were aligned with personal interests. "


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Espace d'apprentissage personnel (EAP)

Ce Storify propose une sélection d'articles, de billets, d'exemples, de sources complémentaires relatives à ce sujet.

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Global Citizenship: Education and Threats to Global Citizenship

There are a number of barriers for global citizenship that have been mentioned in this weeks readings. There is a lack of awareness for global citizenship in the education system as well as a sense of resistance to change ...


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A Manifesto for Active Learning - ProfHacker - The Chronicle of Higher Education

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Throughout the academic year working with the Center for Teaching Excellence, I built my teaching philosophy from the ground up, holding each of my assumptions under close examination. In the end, I crafted the following Manifesto for Active Learning.


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