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"5 days to dance". Ez mate, ez euskara, ez lengua... soilik dantza.

Hemos realizado este Teaser durante nuestra estancia en Bremen preparando el documental 'FIVE DAYS TO DANCE'. Conoce más sobre este proyecto en: es.ulule.com/5daystodance/ SINOPSIS…

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Nahia's curator insight, March 11, 2014 4:06 AM

Bremendik datozen bi dantzari eta koreografo (bata holandarra eta bestea euskalduna) dira proiektuaren sortzaile eta arduradunak. Proiektuaren funtsa honakoa da: ikasleek 5 egunetan zehar ikastolako ordutegian dantzatzen egoten dira. Aste horretan 30 min-ko koreografia bat prestatzen dute, aipaturiko bi arduradunen gidaritzapean, eta azken egunean, ostiralean, euren irakasle eta gurasoei aurkezten diete.

Dantzaldi saioen bidez, emozioak, sentimenduak, gorputz espresioa, elkarlana, kohesioa, autokonfiantza, errespetua, inplikazioa, kontzentrazioa, lan egiteko gaitasuna, kreatibitatea... lantzen dira.

Donostiako hainbat ikastoletan oso emaitza positiboak ekarri ditu.

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15 Things That Emotionally Strong People Don't Do | Elite Daily

15 Things That Emotionally Strong People Don't Do | Elite Daily | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it

SeEmotionally strong individuals do what they do because they love doing it.


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Ken Donaldson's curator insight, February 18, 2014 6:48 AM

See what a little EQ can do for you?!!

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Stronger than nespresso !!!

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Abel Cortese: Una historia divertida. Inteligencia Emocional en la Educación - YouTube

Historia contada por Abel Cortese en el XIV Congreso Latinoamericano de Educación (Abel Cortese: Una historia divertida.
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8 Consejos para promover la inteligencia emocional del educador - Luis Forero

8 Consejos para promover la inteligencia emocional del educador - Luis Forero | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it
8 Consejos para promover la inteligencia emocional del educador. Cuando somos educadores, es importante prestar atención a nuestros estados emocionales.
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Una escuela sueca elimina las aulas

Una escuela sueca elimina las aulas | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it
Una escuela sueca elimina las aulas con el fin de incentivar el aprendizaje de los alumnos y su creatividad (RT @AndyStalman: La #educacion del siglo XXI ~> Escuelas suecas eliminan las aulas http://t.co/T6i581Nl...

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Arantza Idigoras's curator insight, March 16, 2014 3:05 PM

XXI. mendean, eskolen egitura nolakoa izan behar da?

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Aldizkariren batean neukan irakurria! ;)
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7 Essential Principles of Innovative Learning | MindShift

7 Essential Principles of Innovative Learning | MindShift | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it

Researchers at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) launched the Innovative Learning Environments project to turn an academic lens on the project of identifying concrete traits that mark innovative learning environments. They sifted through and categorized the research on learning science, documented case studies, and compiled policy recommendations they hope will transform the current system.

Their book, The Nature of Learning: Using Research to Inspire Practice and the accompanying practitioner’s guide, lay out the key principles for designing learning environments that will help students build skills useful in a world where jobs are increasingly information and knowledge-based. The principles are not job-specific – no one knows what the future economy will demand. Instead, the main goal is to develop self-directed learners, students with “adaptive expertise.”

“Adaptive expertise tries to push beyond the idea of mastery,” said Jennifer Groff, an educational engineer and co-founder of the Center for Curriculum Redesign. “You may be proficient, but without adaptive expertise you can get stuck very quickly as the world shifts.”

[RELATED READING: How Can Teachers Prepare Kids for a Connected World]

Groff doesn’t dispute that mastery is important and that students need to learn age-appropriate content, but she also argues it’s equally important to develop students’ ability to go beyond that, to question and apply learning in new situations.

To that end, these are their identified principles for innovative learning.

1.Learners have to be at the center of what happens in the classroom with activities focused on their cognition and growth. They have to actively engage in learning in order to become self-regulated learners who are able to control their emotions and motivations during the study process, set goals, and monitor their own learning process.2. Learning is a social practice and can’t happen alone. “By our nature we are social beings and we learn by interacting,” Groff said. “We learn by pushing and pulling on concepts with one another.” Structured, collaborative group work can be good for all learners; it pushes people in different ways.3. Emotions are an integral part of learning. Students understand ideas better when there’s interplay between emotions, motivation and cognition, so positive beliefs about oneself are a core part of reaching a more profound understanding. The power of emotions and motivation in the classroom are well documented, but often overlooked because they are “soft.” Still most teachers know that if a student is upset about something that happened at home or in school, he won’t learn well. Similarly, keeping students motivated should be the starting point of learning. If students understand why it matters, learning becomes more important to them.4. Learners are different and innovative learning environments reflect the various experiences and prior knowledge that each student brings to class. “You really want practices and processes that help teachers engage each student where they are,” said Groff. This principle is understood by every frustrated educator teaching to a “middle” that doesn’t exist.5. Students need to be stretched, but not too much. “It’s really critical to find that student’s sweet spot,” Groff Said. Educators should try to prevent both coasting and overloading. Students need to experience both academic success and the challenge of discovery. In a diverse classroom group work can help achieve this as students at different levels help one another.6. Assessment should be for learning, not of learning. Assessments are important, but only to gauge how to structure the next lesson for maximum effectiveness. It should be meaningful, substantial, and shape the learning environment itself. “Good teachers do this informally most of the time,” Groff said. “But when it’s done well and more formally it’s a whole structure and methodology where you collect feedback on the learning pathway and it drives the next step that you take.”7. Learning needs to be connected across disciplines and reach out into the real world. Learning can’t be meaningful if students don’t understand why the knowledge will be useful to them, how it can be applied in life. Understanding the connections between subjects and ideas is essential for the ability to transfer skills and adapt. “We can’t just have things remain in silos that never interact,” Groff said.

IMPLEMENTING THE PRINCIPLES

Many of the seven principles Groff outlines are second nature to good teachers, but they can feel hard to achieve within education systems that are slow-moving, bureaucratic and resistant to change. Still Groff says there are ways for teachers who want to create an innovative learning environment to begin down the path, even without the full support of their colleagues and administration. Groff also hopes shifting to the Common Core could offer openings for building in these practices. “It’s designed in a way that condones a lot of the principles that we’ve been talking about,” she said.

Everyone knows the common barriers educators face: the school culture, the students and themselves. Groff says with some reflection and problem solving, teachers can often begin to work around these barriers. An educator might think she’s open to innovation without realizing that there are preconceived notions about how one should teach that are deeply ingrained.

“You may be proficient, but without adaptive expertise you can get stuck very quickly as the world shifts.”

What’s more, if the school culture does not encourage experimentation, educators can mitigate negative reaction by framing the ideas in a way that will be accepted, or by bringing in outside resources to try and convince naysayers. Even finding one colleague in or outside of the school to bounce ideas with can make the process much smoother.

Educators can also test ideas with students before implementing them. Students have been indoctrinated into the same educational mindset about what makes a “useful” education as everyone else, and some might be resistant to new teaching methodologies. Without their enthusiasm it can be hard to persevere through other obstacles.

CASE STUDY

The darling of the Innovative Learning Environment case studies is the Jenaplan School in Germany. It’s one of the few schools embodying all the principles fluidly. The school has about 450 students that range three to 20 years old. Students aren’t broken up into grade levels, instead they learn in mixed-age groups as well as in groups of roughly the same age. Learning is directed by students, often project-based, evaluated primarily through writing and projects, self-assessments and peer-assessment. The schedule is periodic, focusing on a topic like geography or history for three to four weeks and crossing into multiple disciplines. The teacher is seen as an active mentor and coordinator and the school has active parental involvement.

The Jenaplan School has won awards for its model and in the eyes of the Innovative Learning Environment researchers is doing an excellent job at preparing students to be adaptive and nimble thinkers in a knowledge-based world.

 


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Lynnette Van Dyke's curator insight, March 5, 2013 1:13 PM

Every educator wants to create an environment that will foster students' love of learning. The criteria are intangible...

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The 10 Biggest Ways Emotions Affect Learning

The 10 Biggest Ways Emotions Affect Learning | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it
How does memory affect function in the classroom? What about emotions and learning? Curious how it all mixes together in this modern era? Here's a roundup of the top 10 ways emotions affect learning.

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Why not teaching kids emotional intelligence and entrepreneurship at schools?

What to expect from this presentation? We´ll end up talking about kids and education, but let´s first start with a simple deduction What are important things for success in life? When we are adults...


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Belinda MJ.B's curator insight, April 15, 2013 11:12 AM

Important things for success in life might be learned and shaped when we are kids

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La neurosicoeducación y los caminos del cerebro en el aprendizaje - Actualidad

La neurosicoeducación y los caminos del cerebro en el aprendizaje - Actualidad | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it
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Un trayecto en que el aprendizaje se nutre con los estudios del cerebro y las emociones en el aula.

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LA EDUCACIÓN DE LA INTELIGENCIA EMOCIONAL EN EL AULA.

LA EDUCACIÓN DE LA INTELIGENCIA EMOCIONAL EN EL AULA. | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it
RT @LibretasdeColor: ¿Inteligencia emocional o educación emocional?

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Inteligencia Emocional - Daniel Goleman

Inteligencia Emocional - Daniel Goleman

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Elizabeth Roman's curator insight, October 30, 2013 2:13 PM
Conferencia de Daniel Goleman en la cual explica de manera ampliamente ejemplificada, su propuesta de la Inteligencia emocional.
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27 Things You Need To Know About Happiness

27 Things You Need To Know About Happiness | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it
We all have different ideas of how to achieve total bliss. For some it's in the company of loved ones, for others it's following their passions -- but is there more to it when it comes to the bigger picture of happiness?

It turns out there are a l...

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Omega Angell, CAMF, FVIP, CPLC, MCA's curator insight, March 20, 2014 3:59 PM

27 Things You Need To Know About Happiness

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Daniel Goleman Suggests Ways to Boost Emotional Intelligence

Daniel Goleman on playing well with others Question: How can we improve our emotional intelligence? Daniel Goleman: Well, the biggest tip-off is do you fin...
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Aprende a gestionar las emociones con la inteligencia emocional - Nosotras

Aprende a gestionar las emociones con la inteligencia emocional - Nosotras | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it
Nosotras Aprende a gestionar las emociones con la inteligencia emocional Nosotras En un día pueden apoderarse de nosotras decenas de emociones: pereza al despertarnos, alegría al recibir una buena noticia en el trabajo, miedo al no saber si seremos...
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Depresión y estrés en la adolescencia: Eligiendo las preguntas adecuadas

Depresión y estrés en la adolescencia: Eligiendo las preguntas adecuadas | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it
Depresión y estrés en la adolescencia: Eligiendo las preguntas adecuadas

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Teaching Emotions: A Different Approach to Ending School Violence

Teaching Emotions: A Different Approach to Ending School Violence | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it
A growing network of programs is teaching kids how to understand and express their emotions. Among their results: decreased aggression and violence.

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Using Theatre and Drama to Increase Empathy in Students

Using Theatre and Drama to Increase Empathy in Students | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it

There are very few “provable” things in arts education, but one thing that has been “proven” over the years in educational research is that theatre education increases empathy in students.

 

 Empathy, or the ability to understand another person’s feelings or circumstances, is a critical skill for an actor. It is how we are able to portray people who are very different from ourselves. We must imagine what it would be like to undergo the circumstances of the play in order to honesty represent those emotions and conditions on stage in a believable way.

 

Empathy in the classroom does not need to rise to the level of believable impersonation, but increased empathy is very helpful to students as they relate to each other and to their worlds. By integrating drama into the classroom, teachers can help students increase their empathy and meet non-arts curricular goals as well.

 

Joan Weber Director, Education Division, Creativity & Associates 


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Why not teaching kids emotional intelligence and entrepreneurship at schools?

Why not teaching kids emotional intelligence and entrepreneurship at schools? | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it

What to expect from this presentation?
We´ll end up talking about kids and education, but let´s first start with a simple deduction

What are important things for success in life?
When we are adults we realize quite clearly that success is a consequence of quite simple things we should better apply in our personal and professional lives


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Belinda MJ.B's curator insight, April 15, 2013 11:12 AM

Important things for success in life might be learned and shaped when we are kids

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Educar las emociones

Educar las emociones | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it

Han pasado casi treinta años desde que Daniel Goleman publicara Emotional Intelligence en 1985 y abriera la puerta a la importancia del conocimiento de las emociones. Hoy día, eminentes neurólogos, como Antonio Damasio, confirman que las emociones están detrás de las decisiones más importantes de nuestra vida: elegir pareja, amigos o trabajo, por citar algunas. Por tanto, sabemos del papel tan importante de las emociones y en la Escuela no podemos dejar de lado el conocimiento y manejo de las emociones de educadores y educandos. Si hay un lugar donde vivir emociones a raudales cada día, ése es el aula. En el artículo de hoy os presentaré algunos materiales para trabajar las emociones en el aula.


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tuXccoaching's curator insight, June 25, 2013 8:06 AM

Interesante artículo y completo sobre la educación de las emociones, y como podemos gestionarlas.

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Crear un rincón de las emociones en el aula

Crear un rincón de las emociones en el aula | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it
El rincón de las emociones Siguiendo las enseñanzas de Jane Nelsen, propongo que en el aula o en casa tengamos un espacio donde el niño pueda acudir  cada vez que lo necesite con el fin de tranquil...

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Adimen emozionala. Zer da? Zergatik landu behar dugu? - TTiKLiK!

Adimen emozionala. Zer da? Zergatik landu behar dugu? - TTiKLiK! | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it
  Askotan entzun izan dugu Adimen Emozionala modan dagoen zerbait dela, oraingo psikologoen kontua baino ez dela… Aldez aurretik argi utzi nahi dugu gai honi buruz ikerketa sakon eta serioak egin direla, bai heziketa mailan, bai medikuntzan bai...

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Why Empathy Is Your Most Important Skill (and How to Practice It)

Why Empathy Is Your Most Important Skill (and How to Practice It) | Adimen Emozionala | Scoop.it

“TL;DR: Empathy is the most important skill you can practice. It will lead to greater success personally and professionally and will allow you to become happier the more you practice.”


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Garth Sanginiti's curator insight, January 30, 2014 8:16 PM
A great article on empathy which is a critical social awareness skill for having high EQ. Commit to practicing empathy and you will begin to see the world from a totally different perspective.
Jasmine's curator insight, July 19, 2014 4:00 PM

Empathy