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Innovations in Education - Student Curators: Powerful Learning

Innovations in Education - Student Curators: Powerful Learning | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it

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Kuratointi liitettynä esim. blogiin syventää opiskelua ja kehittää tiedonhallintaa ja sisältöjen suodattamista.

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Nancy White's curator insight, March 6, 2014 3:33 PM

My latest blog post offers the highlights from a student curation I collaborated on here in my district. 

Nancy White's curator insight, March 6, 2014 3:52 PM

When students curate, they own the learning. This is my latest blog post with some of the highlights from a recent collaborative student curation project I supported in my district.

Nancy White's curator insight, March 7, 2014 12:10 PM

My latest blog post describes an 8th grade student curation project. Through curating, students experienced the freedom to learn about what most interested them, and to follow their questions in the direction that they needed to go, as they explored topics of the 19th century social reform movements in their social studies class. 

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E-kirjalla uuden opetussuunnitelman mukaisesti (ÄI1): kokeiluista käytäntöön | Lyseo.org blogi

E-kirjalla uuden opetussuunnitelman mukaisesti (ÄI1): kokeiluista käytäntöön | Lyseo.org blogi | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
Lukion suomen kielen ja kirjallisuuden ensimmäisellä kurssilla olikin enemmän haastetta kuin koskaan aikaisemmin. Kenelläkään opiskelijalla ei ollut kokemusta sähköisten oppikirjojen käytöstä aikaisemmin: nyt niitä oli kaksi. Käytimme kurssille e-Opin kustantamia kirjoja: Verkko 1 ja Tekstinhuollon kirja. Oppilaat pitivät kurssilla sekä tuntipäiväkirjaa että kielenhuollon oppimispäiväkirjaa, jotka nekin olivat entuudestaan tuntemattomia lähes jokaiselle.
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Flipped Classroom: Bridging the Gap between Pre-Work and In-Class Sessions

Flipped Classroom: Bridging the Gap between Pre-Work and In-Class Sessions | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
By connecting pre-work with in-class activities, the flipped classroom offers a unique opportunity to test-drive many active learning strategies.

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Growth mindset is on a firm foundation, but we're still building the house | #ModernEDU #LEARNing2LEARN

Growth mindset is on a firm foundation, but we're still building the house | #ModernEDU #LEARNing2LEARN | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
In science, we build a firm foundation and then we keep renovating the house. We find interesting results, we are fascinated by them, we don’t always trust them, so we go back and replicate them. We also challenge them by asking, where will this not work? When does the effect go away? How can we use better methods to test our theories?

As part of this process, scientists ask each other questions. Recently, other scientists asked us some questions about three of our papers. We took this very seriously, carefully considered each inquiry, delved into the studies again (in some cases reanalyzing the data), and prepared three documents, each detailing our process and our findings (here, here, and here). In each case, we showed that the conclusions reached in the paper were sound. But, as with anything that helps make science better, we were grateful for the questions because they pointed out areas for improvement or clarity, and because we believe in open science.

It is important however to consider these questions in light of a large body of work. The growth mindset story does not rest on a handful of isolated studies. Research in this area has been ongoing for 30 years and the field has amassed a large body of work. A meta-analysis published in 2013 found 113 studies conducted by many authors and concluded that mindsets are a significant factor in people’s self-regulation toward goals.

Meta-analyses are helpful, but not the final word. Government data collected at a country level—all the 10th grade students in the country of Chile (over 160,000)—showed that holding a growth mindset predicted academic achievement at every socioeconomic level. Recently, the state of California, collecting data from over 100,000 middle schoolers, found that students’ mindsets were a good predictor of their test scores. And this doesn’t include many experimental studies that have carefully oriented children (or adults) toward different mindsets and found effects on outcomes. It is highly unlikely that mindset is a phantom phenomenon.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

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

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, January 19, 7:18 PM
In science, we build a firm foundation and then we keep renovating the house. We find interesting results, we are fascinated by them, we don’t always trust them, so we go back and replicate them. We also challenge them by asking, where will this not work? When does the effect go away? How can we use better methods to test our theories?

As part of this process, scientists ask each other questions. Recently, other scientists asked us some questions about three of our papers. We took this very seriously, carefully considered each inquiry, delved into the studies again (in some cases reanalyzing the data), and prepared three documents, each detailing our process and our findings (here, here, and here). In each case, we showed that the conclusions reached in the paper were sound. But, as with anything that helps make science better, we were grateful for the questions because they pointed out areas for improvement or clarity, and because we believe in open science.

It is important however to consider these questions in light of a large body of work. The growth mindset story does not rest on a handful of isolated studies. Research in this area has been ongoing for 30 years and the field has amassed a large body of work. A meta-analysis published in 2013 found 113 studies conducted by many authors and concluded that mindsets are a significant factor in people’s self-regulation toward goals.

Meta-analyses are helpful, but not the final word. Government data collected at a country level—all the 10th grade students in the country of Chile (over 160,000)—showed that holding a growth mindset predicted academic achievement at every socioeconomic level. Recently, the state of California, collecting data from over 100,000 middle schoolers, found that students’ mindsets were a good predictor of their test scores. And this doesn’t include many experimental studies that have carefully oriented children (or adults) toward different mindsets and found effects on outcomes. It is highly unlikely that mindset is a phantom phenomenon.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

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

 

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How Finland’s youngest learners obey the rules — by fooling around in school - by WILLIAM DOYLE

How Finland’s youngest learners obey the rules — by fooling around in school - by WILLIAM DOYLE | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
by WILLIAM DOYLE

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Welcome to the 21st Century: 45 Resources on Coding

Welcome to the 21st Century:  45 Resources on Coding | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
By now you know what coding is, but do you realize that kids as young as kindergarten are learning how to code through online games an

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Joyce Valenza's curator insight, January 10, 10:17 AM
A terrific list of resources from Julie.
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15 Ideas To Go Beyond Makers Space… Building a Makers Culture

15 Ideas To Go Beyond Makers Space… Building a Makers Culture | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
As a New Year begins we all think about what we can make happen in this New Year. I thought it only appropriate to think about the idea of  Making and Creating in education. In this article, I have some ideas to allow Making and Creating to become part of the school culture.  Before continuing,…
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Stop Teaching – Start Learning

Stop Teaching – Start Learning | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
Do you ever teach a class? By ‘teach’ I mean talk to the whole class to share instruction or discuss content. If the answer is yes, then I would like to examine your aims in doing so. The thre…
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Elizabeth Hutchinson's curator insight, January 9, 12:55 AM
Great post to help you think about the way you teach. 
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AT4/5 aivan yksilöllisesti | Lyseo.org blogi

AT4/5 aivan yksilöllisesti | Lyseo.org blogi | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it

Innostuin vuonna 2009 käänteisessä oppimisesta (flipped learning) ja perustin Vimeoon ryhmän, jota käytimme Internet I -kurssilla lukiossa. Tuolloin tutustuttiin webtyökaluihin ja julkaisujärjestelmään nimeltä Expression Web, jota muutama kokeilee sitä vieläkin kurssilla. 


 Opiskelu oli sellaista, että aloitettiin yhdessä eteneminen, kaikkien piti julkaista minimimäärä sivuja ja käyttää samoja sovelluksia. Opiskelu oli tasatahtista ja välillä tylsää puurtamista, ja osa katsoi videoita etukäteen. Ne kyllä helpottivat opettamista, ettei opettajan tarvinnut toistella sanoja moneen kertaan, ja osa pärjäsi hyvin ilman videoitakin yrittämällä ja kokeilemalla.

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It's official, teachers must relax over Christmas to avoid burnout - The Guardian 

It's official, teachers must relax over Christmas to avoid burnout - The Guardian  | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
Teachers will be looking forward to a well-earned rest this Christmas. But it can be tough to switch off from – and avoid catching up on – work. It might be good for you to shun your marking and instead plan for a proper break this year, though. Why? Well, for a start, research says you should.

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GwynethJones's curator insight, December 17, 2016 9:31 AM

Hear that, year round school advocates? We NEED to relax, detox, and chill during the holidays!

Linda Dougherty's curator insight, December 17, 2016 2:42 PM
Number 1 reason why school districts should NOT schedule professional development on the day teachers return to their schools.  Usually, teachers are assigned duties as presenters for those sessions which means they have to prepare over their well-deserved holiday breaks. Give teachers a break to relax with their families, read a book and watch movies just for fun!
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15 Tech Tool Favorites From ISTE 2016

15 Tech Tool Favorites From ISTE 2016 | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
A Google certified educator and ed-tech trainer shares some her favorite tech tool gems both inside the Google suite and beyond.

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Thirty-four strategies for the stages of assessment: Before, during and after -

Thirty-four strategies for the stages of assessment: Before, during and after - | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it

"The follow graphic from the infographic-famous Mia MacMeekin offers 34 strategies for each stage of the assessment process–before, during, and ..."


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A Great Infographic on Project-based Learning

A Great Infographic on Project-based Learning | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
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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Terrific...!!
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25 häftiga appar för lärare rekommenderade av lärare : SVERD – Svenska Riksorganisationen för Distansutbildning

25 häftiga appar för lärare rekommenderade av lärare : SVERD – Svenska Riksorganisationen för Distansutbildning | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
New post: 25 häftiga appar för lärare rekommenderade av lärare https://t.co/eTFc8kH0gO
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A Big List of 50 Must-Try Online Teaching Tools

A Big List of 50 Must-Try Online Teaching Tools | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
Explore the online teaching tools we've rounded up for you in this list. There are 50 of them for lesson planning, assessment, collaboration, and more.

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22 Virtual and Augmented Reality Education Apps - Infinityleap

22 Virtual and Augmented Reality Education Apps - Infinityleap | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
A discussion of educational AR & VR markets, followed by intros to 22 educational apps, with brief discussion of creating such apps and their value.

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Why Educators Blog: The Challenges, Benefits And Tips For Getting Started

Why Educators Blog: The Challenges, Benefits And Tips For Getting Started | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
Blogging provides numerous benefits but we all have reasons why we don’t always blog as much as we want. Here’s what you’ve told us in your blogging stories about blogging challe…
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mysimpleshow - create your own explainer video in minutes

mysimpleshow - create your own explainer video in minutes | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
It has never been easier to create your own explainer video. mysimpleshow transforms any text into an animated video you will love.

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johanna krijnsen's curator insight, August 3, 2016 5:57 AM
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Character Minutes's curator insight, August 3, 2016 1:03 PM
Looks like a great way to encouraging students to be organized and think logically by building their own step-by-step instructions. 
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Four Ways School Leaders Can Support Meaningful Innovation

Four Ways School Leaders Can Support Meaningful Innovation | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
Justin Reich outlines ways school leaders can identify, apply and nurture changes that are needed to make sure education is keeping up with students' needs.
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7 Qualities That Promote Teacher Leadership in Schools

7 Qualities That Promote Teacher Leadership in Schools | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
“ Empowering teachers to lead and learn from other teacher-leaders can improve the learning experience for students.”
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Digital Storytelling Wheel- Apps and Tools for Teachers

Digital Storytelling Wheel- Apps and Tools for Teachers | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it

The digital storytelling wheel is a graphic we created a few months ago-with links to the apps provided as well


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Becky Roehrs's curator insight, January 8, 8:12 PM

Apps and Tools for Ipad, Android devices and the web

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Carol Dweck Explains The ‘False’ Growth Mindset That Worries Her

Carol Dweck Explains The ‘False’ Growth Mindset That Worries Her | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
The woman behind growth mindset wants to set the record straight on what her research is really asking parents and educators to do.
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Millennial Leadership in schools

Millennial Leadership in schools | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
“ Pollie Massey recently wrote an article for Forbes, which looked at the changing face of leadership within the business world. Massey notes that Millennials (born between 1980 and 2004) make up one third of the US workforce at the moment, and that figures is set to increase to 50% by 2020. At the moment, Baby…”
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How to Create an Effective Feedback System for eLearning

How to Create an Effective Feedback System for eLearning | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it
“A good feedback system is educational, encouraging, and emphatic to the learner. Notice that these three are all things that are meant to benefit the learner.”
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Marta Torán's curator insight, December 13, 2016 3:00 PM

El feedback es fundamental en el eLearning y debe ser educativo, alentador y empático

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A taxonomy for transfer: 14 ways learners can transfer what they know

A taxonomy for transfer: 14 ways learners can transfer what they know | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it

What is transfer?

In “Using Self-Transfer To Drive 21st Century Assessment,” I offered that transfer was “the practice of applying knowledge or meaning from a familiar context to an unfamiliar context.” Further,

“This movement requires re-contextualizing what they know, which first requires that they strip “what they know” of all context, consider it in isolation, then adapt it to work elsewhere, a cognitively demanding practice. Of course, this doesn’t happen by admonishing students to “transfer their knowledge,” but rather is the result of transfer-by-design: continuously providing scaffolded learning opportunities for students to prove understanding–and make deeper meaning–by “moving” their understanding…


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#FinEduVr hankkeen visiointia opintomatkojen tulevaisuuteen.

#FinEduVr hankkeen visiointia opintomatkojen tulevaisuuteen. | Lyseo.org (ICT in High School) | Scoop.it

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Jukka Sormunen's curator insight, December 12, 2016 11:16 AM

Tuskin kukaan jättää tulevaisuudessakaan kalareissua väliin  virtuaaliretken takia.