Building Positive Relationships with Students
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Blooms Taxonomy wheel

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As an educator that works with our future teachers (pre-service students) I am always on the lookout for great visuals connecting Blooms Taxonomy with learning and technology. In this case, the wheel shared in Allan's blog post will be a great example. After all, 83% of learning is visual.


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Allan Carrington's comment, July 7, 2013 9:15 AM
Guys this is version 1.0 please have a look at the latest developemtns and thinking. http://bit.ly/1a64Uk5 Added SMAR model, motivation, graduate attributes and capabilities and ideas how to get best use out of it.
Allan Carrington's comment, July 7, 2013 9:15 AM
Latest version is V3.0 ... more to come I hope
Kate ferguson-patrick's curator insight, August 10, 2013 3:37 AM

A great visual of Blooms and technology

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What Building Relationships With Students Really Means — Smart ...

What Building Relationships With Students Really Means — Smart ... | Building Positive Relationships with Students | Scoop.it
Follow through with your classroom management plan. Refrain from any and all harmful, scolding, bribing, manipulative, or friction-creating methods of managing behavior. Smile. Love your students. Bring humor and joy to ...

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Advantages of Personalized Learning for High School Students

Advantages of Personalized Learning for High School Students | Building Positive Relationships with Students | Scoop.it

What is personalized learning? One can define personalized learning as a blend of internships, courses and experiences that respond to the interest and needs of each student.

>>I like the emphasis on building relationships with students - something that students rank as highly important to their ability to learn and be successful in school.


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Building Relationships That Transform Futures

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It starts with relationships. Building relationships isn't easy. The students who need us most are the ones who push us in all the wrong ways. But by working as a community and emphasizing four important elements of relationship building, we've found that we can reach all students.

 


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Twitter Aligned with Blooms' Taxonomy: A Must Have Poster for Your Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Twitter Aligned with Blooms' Taxonomy: A Must Have Poster for Your Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Building Positive Relationships with Students | Scoop.it
Infographic - Twitter Aligned with Blooms' Taxonomy ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning http://t.co/8NiV5N9e26 via @medkh9 #radpln

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Pippa Davies @PippaDavies 's curator insight, March 7, 2014 1:01 PM

Using Twitter for higher level thinking skills.

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What Students Remember Most About Teachers

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Dear Young Teacher Down the Hall, I saw you as you rushed past me in the lunch room. Urgent. In a hurry to catch a bite before the final bell would ring calling all the students back inside. I noti...


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Dos & Don'ts for Building Positive Student Relationships

Dos & Don'ts for Building Positive Student Relationships | Building Positive Relationships with Students | Scoop.it
Teaching is a unique profession because its success is based heavily on knowledge, craft, and relationships. Here are my dos and don'ts for building positive, productive relationships with students.

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James I.'s curator insight, August 18, 2014 10:32 AM

Build Relationships to develop an effective classroom