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STEM Students Must Be Taught to Fail

STEM Students Must Be Taught to Fail | iEduc | Scoop.it
They must know how to fail so they can get back up again and learn from their failure.
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Les 10 compétences-clés du monde de demain

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Les 10 compétences-clés du monde de demain

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Pascale Jallerat's curator insight, May 23, 2016 9:33 AM
Pour la socialisation des élèves
Claude Tran's curator insight, September 9, 11:19 AM
Les projections en terme d’emploi sont impressionnantes : 7,1 millions de jobs d’employés administratifs devraient disparaître entre 2015 et 2020, conséquence de cette 4ème révolution industrielle… avec un gain de 2 millions d’emplois dans le secteur STEM (Sciences, Technologie, Ingénierie et Maths). Les secteurs de l’Energie, de l’Information, des Media, de la NanoBioTech et de l’Entertainement sont les secteurs dont la progression s’annonce la plus florissante. Les 2 métiers dont la pénurie s’annonce déjà sont les data analysts qui donneront du sens à la masse de données traitées et les commerciaux qui seront en capacité de créer une réelle connexion humaine avec les clients. Notez le bien, on vous aura prévenus : l’économie de l’Emotion est en route…
Gilles Le Page's curator insight, September 12, 3:19 AM

#elearning #competences Une bonne série d'objectifs à intégrer pour les éducateurs-formateurs-enseignants-pédagogues...

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Gmail Hacks and Tips Teachers Should Know About

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Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education
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Are Virtual Schools Good for Kids?

Are Virtual Schools Good for Kids? | iEduc | Scoop.it
With the birth of advanced technology has come advancement in the classroom. Along with the invention of the television came classroom films and typewriters were replaced with computers. This natural progression has allowed for unique opportunities of learning that were not available before advanced technology. As each student is different, their way of learning is distinct and with technology, teachers are now better able to provide multiple layers of education. While teaching about the ocean, a teacher may have a slideshow, a film, and a computer research or graphic design assignment. Unique ways of teaching allow the teacher to target …
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126 Bloom's Taxonomy Verbs For Digital Learning -

126 Bloom's Taxonomy Verbs For Digital Learning - | iEduc | Scoop.it
“ 126 Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy Verbs For Digital Learning by TeachThought Staff At TeachThought, we’re enthusiastic supporters of any learning taxonomy. (We even created our own, the TeachThought Learning Taxonomy.) Put simply, learning taxonomies help us think about how learning happens. Even if they’re ‘not good’ as we’ve often seen the DOK framework described, they still … ”

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Music and Memory - Available now - BBC Radio 3

Music and Memory - Available now - BBC Radio 3 | iEduc | Scoop.it
Philip Ball explores how our memories are essential to our music, from formation to loss.
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Free Reading and Language Development Lessons from DreamReader

Free Reading and Language Development Lessons from DreamReader | iEduc | Scoop.it
DreamReader is a really useful free resource which is constantly being up-dated with new materials. The site doesn't require any kind of registeration from either students or teachers and only carries a minimum of advertising, so it's a real gem of a site for hard up teachers and certainly something we should share.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, September 26, 5:14 AM

Great free reading resources.

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Exploring the new world of online credentials

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Leaders in online education gathered at the annual Online Learning Summit, convened jointly by MIT and other institutions, Sept. 27-28, to discuss challenges and opportunities as online enrollment continues to increase. Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker gave the keynote.
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The Evidence Base for How We Learn: Supporting Students’ Social, Emotional, and Academic Development - The Aspen Institute

The Evidence Base for How We Learn: Supporting Students’ Social, Emotional, and Academic Development - The Aspen Institute | iEduc | Scoop.it

"The Evidence Base for How We Learn: Supporting Students’ Social, Emotional, and Academic Development articulates the scientific consensus regarding how people learn. The research brief presents a set of consensus statements—developed and unanimously signed onto by the Commission’s Council of Distinguished Scientists—that affirm the interconnectedness of social, emotional, and academic development as central to the learning process.

"The brief draws from brain science, medicine, economics, psychology, and education research to describe why it is essential to address the social, emotional, and cognitive dimensions of learning; how these dimensions together shape students’ academic and life outcomes; and how these competencies can be taught throughout childhood, adolescence, and beyond. The evidence outlined in this brief moves the nation beyond the debate as to whether schools should attend to students’ social and emotional development, to how schools can integrate social, emotional, and academic development into their daily work."


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Gust MEES's curator insight, October 11, 7:51 PM

The Evidence Base for How We Learn: Supporting Students’ Social, Emotional, and Academic Development articulates the scientific consensus regarding how people learn. The research brief presents a set of consensus statements—developed and unanimously signed onto by the Commission’s Council of Distinguished Scientists—that affirm the interconnectedness of social, emotional, and academic development as central to the learning process.

"The brief draws from brain science, medicine, economics, psychology, and education research to describe why it is essential to address the social, emotional, and cognitive dimensions of learning; how these dimensions together shape students’ academic and life outcomes; and how these competencies can be taught throughout childhood, adolescence, and beyond. The evidence outlined in this brief moves the nation beyond the debate as to whether schools should attend to students’ social and emotional development, to how schools can integrate social, emotional, and academic development into their daily work."

 

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Mark Cottee's curator insight, October 12, 10:08 PM
Short report that just happen to pop into my in tray at the same time as my attention to a MOOC on the science of teaching. 
Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, October 13, 4:39 PM
Learniing is linked to healthy social and emotional opportunities children encounter to solve problems. John Dewey argued that learning is problem solving and much of it is social. I think play is essential to learning.
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Great Teachers Don't Teach

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Blogger Ben Johnson outlines constructivist and experiential teaching techniques that go beyond direct instruction.

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, October 6, 2:23 PM
The objective is that good teachers create an environment where each student's learning can emerge. I don't think that means they don't teach. Gert Biesta uses John Dewey in his writing argues that teaching is relational. Having a strong grasp of content, being able to deliver it, caring for one's students, etc. each go into creating the environment where learning can emerge.
DEGERT Louis's curator insight, October 11, 4:32 AM
Improving teacher's efficiency 
Margaret Annen's curator insight, October 22, 5:03 PM
"Great Teachers Don't Teach" really sums it up with the idea that real teaching doesn't take place until the student does on their own.  This article relates to my project because I believe one way teachers can learn how to let go is for them to be in the same situation as they need to let their students be and that is be left to do.  The only issue perhaps is educators may go through and experience doing, but giving up the control is hard because day in and day out you have been doing the doing. I believe learning how to let go must be accomplished by learning how to let go.  Educators must plan a lesson and say include one or two steps of letting go.  Then they must build on it, so that day after day they themselves feel comfortable with letting go.  Managing a classroom of students who must do specific things on their own looks and feels different because the students are engaged to the point that they do not want to be interrupted rather they are feverishly and committed to learning.  
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Digital skills for life and workι

Digital skills for life and workι | iEduc | 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?
Willem Kuypers's curator insight, October 10, 4:15 PM
Quelques exemples de l'apprentissage à l'aide du numérique partout dans le monde.
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Sessions and Schedule

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The Library 2.0 virtual conference is free to attend. If you haven't registered, please do so at https://library2017makerspa…
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8 Great Apps for Mobile Learners

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Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education
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Recent Publications - Research - Department of Media and Communications - Home

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7 Must-Have Problem Based Learning Apps, Tools and Resources

7 Must-Have Problem Based Learning Apps, Tools and Resources | iEduc | Scoop.it
Problem Based Learning (PBL) can radically change student learning. Rather than stuff students full of facts or material to memorize, problem based learning encourages students to solve problems independently (or in groups) to find solutions. Additionally, problem based learning is student-centered, which is where all of education is headed. Robert Delisle explains, “PBL asks students to demonstrate an understanding of the material, not just to parrot back information with a few word changes. Research and teachers’ experience have demonstrated that active instructional techniques like PBL can motivate bored students and raise their understanding and achievement.” Therefore, teachers must make efforts …
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126 Bloom's Taxonomy Verbs For Digital Learning -

126 Bloom's Taxonomy Verbs For Digital Learning - | iEduc | Scoop.it
“ 126 Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy Verbs For Digital Learning by TeachThought Staff At TeachThought, we’re enthusiastic supporters of any learning taxonomy. (We even created our own, the TeachThought Learning Taxonomy.) Put simply, learning taxonomies help us think about how learning happens. Even if they’re ‘not good’ as we’ve often seen the DOK framework described, they still …”
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12 Great Books for Librarians

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WebRoom.net - The Online Classroom Built for Collaboration

WebRoom.net - The Online Classroom Built for Collaboration | iEduc | Scoop.it

The ideal tool for group or one-to-one classes - WebRoom allows collaboation on a range of Google document types as well as whiteboard download and screen sharing. A great tool for delivering online classes or courses.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, October 11, 12:59 AM

This is a great tool for creating an online school or for independent teachers.