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Open Knowledge Maps - A visual interface to the world's scientific knowledge

Open Knowledge Maps - A visual interface to the world's scientific knowledge | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it

VISUAL INTERFACE
We are creating a visual interface to the world's scientific knowledge that can be used by anyone in order to dramatically improve the discoverability of research results.

REVOLUTIONIZE DISCOVERY
We are going to provide a large-scale system of open, interactive and interlinked knowledge maps spanning all fields of research.

SHARE. USE. COLLABORATE.
We will develop a space for collective knowledge organisation and exploration, connecting researchers, students, librarians, journalists, practitioners and citizens.

HOW IT WORKS
An Open Knowledge Maps visualization presents you with a topical overview for your search term.


We use text similarity to create the knowledge maps. The algorithm groups those papers together that have many words in common.


The visualization is intended to give you a head start on your literature search. You can also use Open Knowledge Maps to stay up-to-date - just limit your search to the most recent papers in the options.


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Studying With Quizzes Helps Make Sure the Material Sticks

Studying With Quizzes Helps Make Sure the Material Sticks | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
This phenomenon — testing yourself on an idea or concept to help you remember it — is called the “testing effect” or “retrieval practice.” People have known about the idea for centuries. Sir Francis Bacon mentioned it, as did the psychologist William James. In 350 BCE, Aristotle wrote that “exercise in repeatedly recalling a thing strengthens the memory.”

But the testing effect had been mostly overlooked in recent years. “What psychologists interested in learning and memory have always emphasized is the acquisition part. The taking [information] in and getting it into memory,” Roediger said.

Laypeople — and even experts — tend to think of human memory as a box to be packed with information.

 

“Memory is dynamic, and it keeps changing,” McDaniel said. “And retrieval helps it change.”

 

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http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Brain

 


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Koen Mattheeuws's curator insight, November 23, 3:07 AM
Dit artikel daagt ons uit om de 'varken metafoor /evaluatie stelling' in vraag te stellen. (een varken verdikt niet door het vaker te wegen). Het antwoord zit volgens dit artikel in de wijze waarop we wegen. 
Chris Carter's curator insight, November 23, 9:53 PM
I recently presented at EduTECH Asia, Singapore, concerning the power of recall-based learning. Essentially, get the information once (encode-learning), then test yourself repeatedly. The 60+ studies and meta-studies that I examined in preparation for my presentation all tell the same story. Recall-based learning (quizzing) is at least 400% more effective than re-studying in the traditional way. the keys are:
1. frequent quizzes
2. low-stakes quizzes
3. Immediate feedback
4. Interleaved quizzing (quizzing over time, and across units)
5. Pre- and Post-summative assessment reflection
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Học tập trực tuyến có phải là tương lai của giáo dục? - Is online learning the future of education?

Học tập trực tuyến có phải là tương lai của giáo dục? - Is online learning the future of education? | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
In a recent survey, almost 80% of young people said they've taken an online course. Is this the future of education?

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Jessica Álvarez's curator insight, November 17, 9:49 PM
Is online learning the future of education?

Based on my experience as a learner and teacher in development, one challenge that we should assume is the online learning revolution. In spite of the plenty of benefits can bring online education such as the facility to take courses in your home or other higher education learning institutions for credit and the certification for certain skills, including online certification, once people have started their working careers. 

I consider that online learning is not as strong as formal, traditional learning in a classroom. Although online courses are no better than physically attend class since my point of view, it is crucial to mention that technological tools must be incorporated in classes to promote a more manageable and accessible learning process.

 On the other hand, regarding online learning, it is true that a large number of countries have made significant progress in their provision of basic education to all citizens, but there are still too many people – often living in remote areas – who can not access education or who can not access to internet. 
To conclude, instead of worrying whether or not online education can ever be as good as more traditional formats, perhaps I should instead focus on how I can use it to deliver quality education.

 "The obstacles are real but not insurmountable. And the opportunity to make good on the promise of education for all is too big to miss."
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La pluma digital's curator insight, November 18, 2:56 AM
El 80% de los jóvenes, según una encuesta, han hecho algún curso online; el artículo se plantea si este puede ser el futuro de la educacion.
EL OBSERVATORIO DIGITAL's curator insight, November 18, 4:04 AM
¿Son los cursos online el futuro de la educación? El 80% de los jóvenes, según una encuesta ha realizado alguno.


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How to Spark Curiosity in Children Through Embracing Uncertainty | #EQ #LEARNing2LEARN

How to Spark Curiosity in Children Through Embracing Uncertainty | #EQ #LEARNing2LEARN | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
In the classroom, subjects are often presented as settled and complete. Teachers lecture students on the causes of World War I, say, or the nature of matter, as if no further questioning is needed because all the answers have been found.

In turn, students regurgitate what they’ve been told, confident they’ve learned all the facts and unaware of the mysteries that remain unexplored. Without insight into the holes in our knowledge, students mistakenly believe that some subjects are closed. They lose humility and curiosity in the face of this conceit.

But our collective understanding of any given subject is never complete, according to Jamie Holmes, who has just written a book on the hidden benefits of uncertainty. In “Nonsense: The Power of Not Knowing,” Holmes explores how the discomforting notions of ambiguity and uncertainty affect the way we think and behave. Confronting what we don’t know sometimes triggers curiosity.

 

Show how the process of discovery is often messy and non-linear.

 

Rather than present breakthroughs as the logical result of a long trek toward understanding, teachers can share with students how discoveries are often made: through trial and error, missteps, happy accidents and chance. Firestein describes scientific discovery as “groping and probing and poking, and some bumbling and bungling, and then a switch is discovered, often by accident, and the light is lit.” All the poking around in the unknown, he adds, is what makes science exhilarating.

 

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http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=curiosity

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Serendipity

 

 


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OneydaAyala's curator insight, November 16, 9:28 PM
In this article the author addresses the need for educators to promote uncertainty in the classroom. Using the book "Nonsense: The Power of Not  Knowing" the author develops his claims. He writes with the purpose of telling the reader that the understanding of a given subject is never complete rather they have holes and when these uncertainties are addressed it allows for curiosity to take place. With the placement of curiosity students will be equipped to face the realities of the real world. Applying uncertainty when learning allows for the exploration of new ideas and acts such as novel interpretations can come into play. The author then proceeds to explains ways teachers can incorporate this idea into the classroom. One way this can be done is by  discussions that to allow students to understand that failure is a part of innovation and that confusion is often prevalent. Another way to reach students is by assigning that may be confusing. These include: assigning students to find mistakes, present an argument for alien views, and provide assignments that the student will fail. According to the author and the expert who wrote the book, incorporating such things will allow for the preparation of students into the real world. 
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Bản đồ kĩ năng số - The Digital Skills Metro Map

Bản đồ kĩ năng số - The Digital Skills Metro Map | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it

All Aboard is rising to the challenge identified in the national Digital Roadmap of building our ‘digital capacity,’ not just in terms of infrastructure, but also in terms of people, their skills, their levels of confidence and their ability to critique and challenge pre-conceptions.


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Helen Wybrants's curator insight, November 12, 4:32 AM
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Tous les points fondamentaux du digital  en une seule carte interactive!
Willem Kuypers's curator insight, November 14, 5:02 AM
Idéé originale pour représenter les compétences digitales.
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9 đặc trưng của giáo dục trong thế kỉ 21 - 9 Characteristics Of 21st Century Learning

9 đặc trưng của giáo dục trong thế kỉ 21 - 9 Characteristics Of 21st Century Learning | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
9 Characteristics Of 21st Century Learning

1. Learner-centered 

2. Media-driven (this doesn’t have to mean digital media)

3. Personalized

4. Transfer-by-Design

5. Visibly Relevant

6. Data-Rich

7. Adaptable

8. Interdependent

9. Diverse 

 


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Muhammad bin Hussin's curator insight, November 7, 10:03 AM
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Engage your students with learning experiences that prepare them for the future.
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How to Use Smartphones & Tablets to Boost Education [Infographic] via GDC

How to Use Smartphones & Tablets to Boost Education [Infographic] via GDC | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
Pumpic.com gives you the heads up on how to boost education using students' mobile tech in this terrific and informative infographic.

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Camila Ossa Castaño's curator insight, November 4, 8:57 PM
I consider that this article gives us very good tips and information to help our students and children to use smartphones and tablets to increase their education. Often children do not know how to properly use the internet in a way that benefits their learning and that is why we must guide and help them make good use of this. The 10 "best ways to use smartphones and tablets to boost your kid's education" give us on that graph must take them into account for our children do not misuse the access they have to these devices. The apps and services that show in the chart can help us a lot for our day-to-day children  to improve their skills in school.  
António Leça Domingues's curator insight, November 12, 1:51 PM
O uso de tablets e smartphones para potenciar o processo educativo.
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How to Make Screenshots Look Great In Your Next PowerPoint

How to Make Screenshots Look Great In Your Next PowerPoint | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
Rather than adding "plain" screenshots to your PowerPoint presentation like 99% of people do (yawn!) follow these simple tips to make your screenshots stand out

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Lee Hall's curator insight, November 2, 9:38 AM
Make your next presentation more attractive with these simple but effective tips. Step by step instructions are given. 
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AvizorMedia's curator insight, November 13, 2:26 PM
Cómo conseguir capturas de pantalla atractivas para tu próxima presentación en Power Point. 
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Create an Amazing Low-tech Library Makerspace

Create an Amazing Low-tech Library Makerspace | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it

Unless you live under a rock or are completely off the grid when it comes to technology, you’re probably aware of the maker movement. However, if you need a refresher, I made an infographic. The maker movement is such an exciting time for students and teachers alike! Yet, while a part of you is excited, the other part of you is flooded with the reasons why you just can’t start a makerspace right now.

“I have no money.”
“I’m just not super comfortable with technology.”
“We don’t have devices at my school.”
“I don’t have the space.”
“I don’t have the schedule that allows me to teach the kids how to do the stuff.” 


I find this to be incredibly unfortunate. Not unfortunate in that I wish you had more money and were more comfortable with technology (although I sympathize), but unfortunate in that you think you need both of those to start a makerspace. With the massive amount of information out there about makerspaces, somewhere along the way, the term “maker” became synonymous with words like “3-D printing” and “robots.”

My husband loves woodworking and I like building computers. Am I more of a “maker” than he is? Am I being less of a maker when I use zip-ties and soda caps to fix my son’s toy car rather than 3-D printing a replacement part? Absolutely not!


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Brilliant!
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The world’s 10 largest cities by 2030 - don't ask students which cities - ask why

The world’s 10 largest cities by 2030 - don't ask students which cities - ask why | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
By 2030, these cities are forecast to be the world’s biggest.

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nukem777's curator insight, October 25, 1:44 PM
Quick peak at the future NOW! Notice we are not in the list...shift change, not only in sheer size and numbers, but the tech and creativity will follow as well.

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Dạy học hợp tác cho học tập liên môn - Collaborative Teaching for Interdisciplinary Learning

Dạy học hợp tác cho học tập liên môn - Collaborative Teaching for Interdisciplinary Learning | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
Collaborative teaching has benefits for both students and teachers. Watch how one team of teachers plans and presents lessons covering multiple disciplines. The collaborative process helps with professional development of teachers, both new and experienced.

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Alan Hendrick's curator insight, October 23, 9:37 PM

It is always better to work as a team, two are better than one and three can conquer even more.

basil60's curator insight, October 25, 2:42 PM
As part of the Learning Space Design discussion, collaborative teaching is often flagged as a key skill. A great video for all teachers!
Serge G Laurens's curator insight, October 28, 3:14 PM
Collaborative Teaching for Interdisciplinary Learning
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21 ứng dụng của Chrome hỗ trợ học trò - 21 Chrome Extensions to support students

21 ứng dụng của Chrome hỗ trợ học trò - 21 Chrome Extensions to support students | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
Technology can be a powerful tool to assist students with special needs or any sort of learning challenge. In particular the Chrome we

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22 Free Google Products for Small Business Owners

22 Free Google Products for Small Business Owners | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it

For e-commerce entrepreneurs and small business owners, Google has attractive, free tools for nearly every aspect of online productivity. Here is a list of free online products from Google. 


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Walter Gassenferth's curator insight, October 11, 7:06 AM
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Angela Heath's curator insight, October 25, 1:00 AM
This is a excellent article to help you manage your business.  The great news is that its all free!
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Ba cách để bảo vệ học sinh khỏi các nguy cơ của công nghệ - Three Ways to Protect Your Students From the Dangers of Technology

Ba cách để bảo vệ học sinh khỏi các nguy cơ của công nghệ - Three Ways to Protect Your Students From the Dangers of Technology | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
Get insights on key ways to protect students from technology-related dangers.

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Bonnie Bracey Sutton's curator insight, December 4, 6:14 AM
Linking with Wired Safety and other digital living resources as a matter of fact is a must.
Camila Ossa Castaño's curator insight, December 4, 4:25 PM
Nowadays technology is a great tool that helps us in our life, in our work, in our study, etc. The internet is part of our lives and is very beneficial to us. As future teachers, we must show and tell our students all the benefits and advantages that the internet brings to our lives, but we must also make them aware that this if not used in a correct way can be dangerous for them. It is important to read and take into account these three ways to protect our students from the dangers of technology, because they often do not think about the consequences that can bring to their lives the content that they upload to the internet.  We need to make sure that our students get the most out of technology.
Mary-Jane Lewis's curator insight, December 5, 6:08 AM
Sage advice that teachers and parents should never skip over.
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Steps Teachers Can Take to Keep Girls and Minorities in Computer Science Education

Steps Teachers Can Take to Keep Girls and Minorities in Computer Science Education | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
An outline of practical steps has helped teachers keep students from under represented minority groups in computer science class. Part of the guideline means

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What is the Internet of Things? Internet of Things definitions and segments

What is the Internet of Things? Internet of Things definitions and segments | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
Internet of Things definitions are evolving as the focus in IoT shifts. What is the Internet of Things? Overview of a term and phenomenon in flux.

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Dan Roberts's curator insight, November 16, 4:43 AM
A comprehensive review of the Internet of Things: what is it? what does it do?
CdelPotroUNED's curator insight, November 21, 6:04 AM
Lo que está cambiando nuestras vidas...
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3 gợi ý về đưa học tập dựa theo năng lực vào giáo dục phổ thông - 3 Tips For Introducing Competency Based Learning Into K 12 (EdSurge News)

3 gợi ý về đưa học tập dựa theo năng lực vào giáo dục phổ thông - 3 Tips For Introducing Competency Based Learning Into K 12 (EdSurge News) | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
By far, one of the most popular topics at the iNACOL conference in San Antonio last week was “competency-based learning"; out of the conference's approximately 200 sessions, 35 had the phrase in their title. 
What exactly is competency-based learning? Check out Competency Works' description here.Co

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Ba công cụ dạy các kĩ năng tư duy phê phán và giải quyết vấn đề - Three Tools for Teaching Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills - MindShift

Ba công cụ dạy các kĩ năng tư duy phê phán và giải quyết vấn đề - Three Tools for Teaching Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills - MindShift | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
As the world economy shifts away from manufacturing jobs and towards service industry and creative jobs, there’s a consensus among parents, educators, politicians and business leaders that it is crucial students graduate into university or the workforce with the ability to identify and solve complex problems, think critically about information, work effectively in teams and communicate clearly about their thinking.

While many teachers agree with this premise, they don’t often know exactly how to teach these skills explicitly, especially because many of the mandates and required curriculum seem to push in the opposite direction. Process-oriented skills are hard to pin down; teachers can see them in certain students, but developing these competencies in students who aren’t already demonstrating them can be tricky. A few teachers in Ontario, Canada have been experimenting with tools they think could make the difference.

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No Student Is Unreachable

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No Student Is Unreachable: 4 Strategies To Reach Students That Don't Seem To Want To Be Reached

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Gust MEES's curator insight, November 3, 8:41 PM

 

 

No Student Is Unreachable: 4 Strategies To Reach Students That Don't Seem To Want To Be Reached.

 

Students who are challenging–i.e. victims of disruptive childhoods–do not change overnight. They grow. For many of them, that growth is dependent on grasping onto an extremely diminished set of possibilities, interests, and strengths. Ultimately they’ll have the best shot at a stable life by working from the things they are good at and the things they enjoy. We serve them best by spending as much time seeking and discussing their often fragile and submerged interests and capacities as we do their significant needs and disabilities.

 

[Gust MEES] THEY might surprise YOU years later WHAT THEY are able to do in professional life! ;) THEY think mostly if there isn't a box, THEY don't fit in any box anyway!!! Which isn't an obstacle, should GET seen as THAT anyway!!!

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=innovation

 

 

PEEP Matisse's curator insight, November 4, 10:47 AM
oui, ça existe aussi
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25 Reading Strategies That Work In Every Content Area

25 Reading Strategies That Work In Every Content Area | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
Reading is reading. By understanding that letters make sounds, we can blend those sounds together to make whole sounds that symbolize meaning we can all exchange with one another.

Without getting too Platonic about it all, reading doesn’t change simply because you’re reading a text from another content area. Only sometimes it does.

Science content can often by full of jargon, research citations, and odd text features.

Social Studies content can be an interesting mix of itemized information, and traditional paragraphs/imagery.

Literature? Well, that depends on if you mean the flexible form of poetry, the enduring structure of a novel, or emerging digital literature that combines multiple modalities to tell a story. (Inanimate Alice, for example.)

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Victor Ventura's curator insight, August 14, 9:36 AM
This is a great resource.
Victor Ventura's curator insight, November 2, 7:59 AM
I see the match of strategies to content area an important consideration. I also see each reading strategy as a mini lesson for the reading workshop followed by independent practice and application. Some Close Reading strategies could be added to this list.
Cheryl Turner's curator insight, November 2, 1:52 PM
another good site for comprehension strategies is adlit.org. 
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A Gamified e-Learning Design Model to Promote and Improve Learning

A Gamified e-Learning Design Model to Promote and Improve Learning | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
This paper takes a deeper look at techniques suitable for education and e-learning, and comes out with a model that describes the design of educational gamification.

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delta14's curator insight, October 28, 11:46 AM
Describe los componentes lúdicos que favorecen los aprendizajes en ambientes virtuales.
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Plagiarism Checker - Free Online Software For Plagiarism Detection

Plagiarism Checker - Free Online Software For Plagiarism Detection | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
Free plagiarism checker for avoiding plagiarism, best anti plagiarism detection tool for detecting plagiarism online.

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Un outil en ligne et gratuit pour détecter les plagiats
Edgar Mata's curator insight, November 4, 1:39 AM
Una página que detecta si alguien está cometiendo plagio, y es gratis.
polyyking's curator insight, December 8, 6:03 AM
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5 cách dạy học sinh sử dụng siêu nhận thức - 5 Strategies For Teaching Students To Use Metacognition

5 cách dạy học sinh sử dụng siêu nhận thức - 5 Strategies For Teaching Students To Use Metacognition | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
Metacognitive skills enable students to regulate their thinking and to become independent learners who can enhance their school and life experiences. Wherever the ambitions of our youth lead them, they will benefit from being able to solve problems creatively, think analytically, communicate effectively, and collaborate with others. As we conducted research for our latest book, we found that studies simultaneously indicate that metacognition is one of the most important skillsets students need, yet often is not taught.

When students are metacognitive, they can take a step back and observe their thinking. Sometimes this is called the reflective process. When using this approach, they might ask themselves questions like these: What is the problem to be solved? How should I solve the problem? How well am I doing? How well did I do? How can I do it better the next time? The metaphor we developed as a way to help educators teach metacognition to children and youth across grade levels is that of “driving your brain.”

Teaching students to drive their brains and become self-directed learners can be compared to driver’s education, in which students receive explicit instruction on how to guide their thinking, when to slow down, when it’s okay to speed up, and how to avoid wrong turns.

 

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Metacognitive skills enable students to regulate their thinking and to become independent learners who can enhance their school and life experiences. Wherever the ambitions of our youth lead them, they will benefit from being able to solve problems creatively, think analytically, communicate effectively, and collaborate with others. As we conducted research for our latest book, we found that studies simultaneously indicate that metacognition is one of the most important skillsets students need, yet often is not taught.

When students are metacognitive, they can take a step back and observe their thinking. Sometimes this is called the reflective process. When using this approach, they might ask themselves questions like these: What is the problem to be solved? How should I solve the problem? How well am I doing? How well did I do? How can I do it better the next time? The metaphor we developed as a way to help educators teach metacognition to children and youth across grade levels is that of “driving your brain.”

Teaching students to drive their brains and become self-directed learners can be compared to driver’s education, in which students receive explicit instruction on how to guide their thinking, when to slow down, when it’s okay to speed up, and how to avoid wrong turns.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Metacognition

 

 

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ICLE | The Rigor Relevance Framework | #LEARNing2LEARN

ICLE | The Rigor Relevance Framework | #LEARNing2LEARN | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it
The Rigor Relevance Framework®

The Rigor/Relevance Framework is a tool developed by the International Center to examine curriculum, instruction, and assessment along the two dimensions of higher standards and student achievement. It can be used in the development of both instruction and assessment. In addition, teachers can use it to monitor their own progress in adding rigor and relevance to their instruction, and to select appropriate instructional strategies for differentiating instruction and facilitating higher achievement goals.

The Knowledge Taxonomy (y-axis) is a continuum based on the six levels of Bloom's Taxonomy, which describes the increasingly complex ways in which we think. The low end involves acquiring knowledge and being able to recall or locate that knowledge. The high end labels the more complex ways in which individuals use knowledge, such as taking several pieces of knowledge and combining them in both logical and creative ways.

 

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Gust MEES's curator insight, October 17, 10:18 AM
The Rigor Relevance Framework®

The Rigor/Relevance Framework is a tool developed by the International Center to examine curriculum, instruction, and assessment along the two dimensions of higher standards and student achievement. It can be used in the development of both instruction and assessment. In addition, teachers can use it to monitor their own progress in adding rigor and relevance to their instruction, and to select appropriate instructional strategies for differentiating instruction and facilitating higher achievement goals.

The Knowledge Taxonomy (y-axis) is a continuum based on the six levels of Bloom's Taxonomy, which describes the increasingly complex ways in which we think. The low end involves acquiring knowledge and being able to recall or locate that knowledge. The high end labels the more complex ways in which individuals use knowledge, such as taking several pieces of knowledge and combining them in both logical and creative ways.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Rigor

 

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LibriVox | free public domain audiobooks

LibriVox | free public domain audiobooks | Giáo dục và những vấn đề có liên quan | Scoop.it

LibriVox audiobooks are free for anyone to listen to, on their computers, iPods or other mobile device, or to burn onto a CD.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, October 15, 1:12 AM

A huge collection of public domain audio books. They are also looking for volunteer readers to record pars of books. Great speaking activity for students to work one.