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Aprendemos lo que tenemos ganas de aprender. Enseñar no es condición necesaria para que otro aprenda.
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Collaborative Teacher Efficacy vs Individual Efforts... | Teacher Learning Networks

Collaborative Teacher Efficacy vs Individual Efforts... | Teacher Learning Networks | Las ganas de aprender | Scoop.it

Listening to teachers talk about teaching in a collaborative learning space – three teachers and up to 90 students as opposed to one teacher and 30 students - and one is struck by how much ‘we’ there is in the teacher voice. There is a firm belief that as a team, they are able to shift student outcomes, raise achievement, and meet the needs of a diverse range of learners. Teachers often cite examples of the advantage of working and teaching together:

 

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En este caso podríamos enmarcar este post bajo el títuo "las ganas de enseñar" (aunque ya sabemos que sólo se trata de aprender.

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Paul's curator insight, March 12, 2013 10:15 AM

This is what we are trying to do in our triad system linking three schools together - collective teacher inquiry to improve student .

Ness Crouch's curator insight, March 13, 2013 3:36 AM

This is a great article. It has really helped me when in my Leader of Pedagogy position. The dicsussions and language used between these teachers is a great guide for me when I'm observing and talking with teachers about collaboration.

Michelle Moorcroft's curator insight, March 13, 2013 6:04 AM

What do you think?

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What If Schools Created a Culture of "Do" INSTEAD of a Culture of "Know?"

What If Schools Created a Culture of "Do" INSTEAD of a Culture of "Know?" | Las ganas de aprender | Scoop.it
Here at Educon yesterday, I had the chance to learn a bit more about design thinking from David Jakes. David's central point was that schools and teachers often get stuck in a "Yeah, but..." mindset when thinking about change.

 

Of course, we'd have to work to take active steps to redefine almost everything about our schools if a culture of "Do" is really going to be possible. 

 

===> Grading will need to change -- from a focus on content mastery to a focus on demonstration of an ability to apply content in novel situations <===

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, January 3, 2013 10:26 AM

This is exactly my point of view since > 40 years already where I was a student at that time! BRAVO, I hope to see it be reality one day!

 

255's curator insight, January 7, 2013 4:25 AM

Culture of "know" grow up in the culture of "consulting" ? 

Mercor's curator insight, January 7, 2013 5:15 AM

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