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Alternatives To Homework: A Chart For Teachers

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Alternatives To Homework: A Chart For Teachers

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A Useful List of the Best 100 Education Hashtags for All Educators

A Useful List of the Best 100 Education Hashtags for All Educators | hokusai | Scoop.it
Erik Day presents a comprehensive list of 100 of the best education hashtags for every social media-savvy educator out there.
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Getting Started with Design Thinking in the Classroom

Getting Started with Design Thinking in the Classroom | hokusai | Scoop.it
Every day, I ask my kids, “What did you make in school today?” Too often, they can’t give me an answer. But on the days that they do, their eyes light up and they passionately describe their projects. It’s in those moments that I am reminded that making is magic.

I want to see schools transform into bastions of creativity and wonder.

But here’s the thing: this is hard to pull off. We all have curriculum maps and limited resources and standards we have to teach. We don’t always have fancy maker spaces or high-tech gadgetry. Our time is limited and so creativity is often a lofty ideal that rarely becomes a reality.

This is what I love about design thinking. It works within the standards in every subject. It’s a flexible approach that you can use with limited resources. It isn’t something new that you add to your crowded schedule. Instead, it’s an innovative approach to the work you are already doing — a process designed specifically to boost creativity and bring out the maker in every student.

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The Future of Economics: From Complexity to Commons

The Future of Economics: From Complexity to Commons | hokusai | Scoop.it
Complexity science shows us not only what to do, but also how to do it: build shared infrastructure, improve information flow, enable rapid innovation, encourage participation, support diversity and citizen empowerment.

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Since Your Brain Constantly Compares You With Everyone Else, Try This | Fast Company

Since Your Brain Constantly Compares You With Everyone Else, Try This | Fast Company | hokusai | Scoop.it

Your brain is a comparison engine. In every new situation, it automatically rifles through your memory of every other situation you’ve encountered in the past. It swiftly finds one or a few that are similar to the current scenario, then uses that information to figure out what to do next. Most of the time, you do this without you ever realizing it.

 

Sometimes this cognitive reflex works to your advantage, and sometimes it doesn’t. But since it’s always happening anyway, you might as well make it work for you more often than against you–at least as best you can. Here’s how.


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Social comparisons sometimes make us feel better and sometimes don’t. Here’s how to use that tendency to actually get better.

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When you compare yourself to someone better than you on a dimension, that’s called an “upward social comparison”; when you compare yourself to someone you consider worse off on a given dimension, it’s “a downward social comparison.” So while these comparisons can be useful (in both directions) for figuring out where you stand, they can make you miserable, too. If you’re always making upward social comparisons and find yourself lacking something, you may start feeling bad about how you measure up.

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Grow your movement by working with complexity: lessons from Gasfield Free Northern Rivers – Changemakers

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12 Principles Of Modern Learning by TeachThought Staff What are the principles of modern learning? Well, that depends on how you define ‘learning’ and what you’d consider ‘modern.’ Richard Olsen  put together this useful visual way, way back in 2013–a chart that lays out three categories of a...

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12 Principles Of Modern Learning by TeachThought Staff What are the principles of modern learning? Well, that depends on how you define ‘learning’ and what you’d consider ‘modern.’ Richard Olsen  put together this useful visual way, way back in 2013–a chart that lays out three categories of a...

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?&tag=Modern+Learning

 

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

 

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Why Do I Have To Learn This? How To Help Your Students Become More Open Minded by Oskar Cymerman

Why Do I Have To Learn This? How To Help Your Students Become More Open Minded by Oskar Cymerman | hokusai | Scoop.it
If you are an open-minded person chances are you do not mind being
corrected by others. You embrace it and look forward to learning from their
experience. However, it is difficult to be open-minded all the time.

This is because of automatic negative thoughts all of us experience.
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To Be a Great Leader, You Have to Learn How to Delegate Well

To Be a Great Leader, You Have to Learn How to Delegate Well | hokusai | Scoop.it

One of the most difficult transitions for leaders to make is the shift from doing to leading. As a new manager you can get away with holding on to work. Peers and bosses may even admire your willingness to keep “rolling up your sleeves” to execute tactical assignments. But as your responsibilities become more complex, the difference between an effective leader and a super-sized individual contributor with a leader’s title is painfully evident.

 

In the short term you may have the stamina to get up earlier, stay later, and out-work the demands you face. But the inverse equation of shrinking resources and increasing demands will eventually catch up to you, and at that point how you involve others sets the ceiling of your leadership impact. The upper limit of what’s possible will increase only with each collaborator you empower to contribute their best work to your shared priorities. Likewise, your power decreases with every initiative you unnecessarily hold on to.


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Focus on the big picture, not just the execution.

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One of the biggest stumbling block to getting leverage in a business Is poor or lack of delegation.

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Moving from individual contributor to a manager is tricky and delegating I believe is the hardest part. You never really want to fully let go - but if you don't you will struggle to empower your people. Nice little article for you. If you are a podcast fan like me then check out Manager Tools by Mark Horstman (he's an ex recruiter amongst other things) and has a great podcast on Delegation Skills and juggling those glass and rubber balls. Check it out - it will put everything into perspective. 

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Il Regolamento per la cura condivisa dei beni comuni e il contesto valoriale entro il quale si inserisce

Il Regolamento per la cura condivisa dei beni comuni e il contesto valoriale entro il quale si inserisce | hokusai | Scoop.it
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Sorry, Y’All—Humanity’s Nearing an Upgrade to Irrelevance

Sorry, Y’All—Humanity’s Nearing an Upgrade to Irrelevance | hokusai | Scoop.it
As we become increasingly skilled at deploying AI, says author Yuval Harari in a conversation with WIRED, we’ll transform into a new breed of superhuman.
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Advanced Communication Skills Training course Certificate Dubai

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VIF provides training & certification courses in Finance, Accounting, Project Management, Leadership, Planning, and Strategy to corporations, governments, & nonprofit organizations.

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The 8 Keys to High-Performing Office Culture: The Best Employees Take Cues From Great Managers

The 8 Keys to High-Performing Office Culture: The Best Employees Take Cues From Great Managers | hokusai | Scoop.it

Nearly 70 percent of CEOs now recognize culture as one of the greatest sources of competitive advantage. Whereas company processes, technology, and strategy can be copied, an organization's DNA cannot be reproduced.

 

With this realization, many organizations are turning to cultural change to fuel future growth and performance. Kaiser Associates, a business strategy and consulting firm, defines a high-performing culture as an organization that performs better than its peers in regards to business performance, innovation, employee productivity, and engagement, over a sustained period of time.

 

For now, let's focus on how companies can leverage performance management best practices to build a winning culture.


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There's no linear equation to follow when creating a high-performing culture. Rather, organizational success is a byproduct of the right conditions.

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This Is How The Way You Read Impacts Your Memory And Productivity

This Is How The Way You Read Impacts Your Memory And Productivity | hokusai | Scoop.it

It’s no understatement that digital mediums have taken over every aspect of our lives. We check what our friends are doing on the glowing screens in our hands, read books on dedicated e-readers, and communicate with customers and clients primarily through email. Yet for all the benefits digital mediums have provided us, there has been a growing body of evidence over the past several years that the brain prefers analog mediums.

 

Studies have shown that taking notes by longhand will help you remember important meeting points better than tapping notes out on your laptop or smartphone. The reason for that could be that “writing stimulates an area of the brain called the RAS (reticular activating system), which filters and brings clarity to the fore the information we’re focusing on,” according to Maud Purcell, a psychotherapist and journaling expert. If that’s the case, and the analog pen really is mightier than the phone, it’s no wonder some of my colleagues have ditched smartphones for paper planners.


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Studies show that reading printed material instead of on screens helps you better retain information.

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Slow down and take more time reading the material, and you might absorb the information.

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Evolution and Devolution of Social Complexity: Why Do We Care?

Evolution and Devolution of Social Complexity: Why Do We Care? | hokusai | Scoop.it
Over the past 10,000 years human societies evolved from “simple” – small egalitarian groups, integrated by face-to-face interactions – to “complex” – huge anonymous societies of millions, characterized by great differentials in wealth and power, extensive division of labor, elaborate governance structures, and sophisticated information systems. What were the evolutionary processes that brought about such an enormous increase in social scale and complexity?

We also need to understand why social forces that hold huge human societies together sometimes fail to do so. Complex societies collapsed on numerous occasions in the past, and may be at risk today. There are clear signs that even industrialized, wealthy, and democratic Western societies, that seemed to be immune to collapse until recently, are becoming less stable. Research on social complexity will bring understanding that is of direct value to our societies and human well-being.

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Interesting read on application of biological evolutionary insights into the evolution of society.
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Try These 24 Great Education Tools Teachers Love Using by GDC Team 

Try These 24 Great Education Tools Teachers Love Using by GDC Team  | hokusai | Scoop.it
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24 Tips for Google Forms Quizzes by @ericcurts

24 Tips for Google Forms Quizzes by @ericcurts | hokusai | Scoop.it
Google Forms has come along way over the last few years! First it received a major face lift from "Old Forms" to "New Forms", and the

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Digital skills for life and work

Digital skills for life and work | hokusai | Scoop.it

The report, released today, highlights the emergence of a new global skills gap where gender, class, geography and age can have a huge impact on whether a person is able to harness new technologies or not. It also presents strategies for ensuring all groups of people can develop these skills.


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Alejandro Rodríguez's curator insight, October 10, 2:27 PM
Certainly, all the world around, everybody relies on technology more than they imagine or want. This is an interesting report to explore the challenges of this new reality.
Ralph Springett's curator insight, October 10, 2:36 PM
Supporting the development of digital skills is complex. Initiatives are often context specific and reliant on partnerships. In addition, the environment must be fertile for initiatives to flourish. Policy makers, education leaders, industry and the individual all have a role in equitable digital skills development.
How is it that you will contribute?
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Quelques exemples de l'apprentissage à l'aide du numérique partout dans le monde.
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Topics in Connectivism - with Stephen Downes

Aug 28, 2017. Seminar, Konferencja Pokazać – Przekazać, Warsaw, Poland, . This longish discussion covers four major topic areas: open networks, persona

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