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A Useful List of the Best 100 Education Hashtags for All Educators by Lee Watanabe Crockett

A Useful List of the Best 100 Education Hashtags for All Educators by Lee Watanabe Crockett | teaching and learning English | Scoop.it
by Lee Watanabe Crockett

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Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, October 26, 2017 8:30 AM
A Useful List of the Best 100 Education Hashtags for All Educators
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Why Do I Have To Learn This? How To Help Your Students Become More Open Minded by Oskar Cymerman

Why Do I Have To Learn This? How To Help Your Students Become More Open Minded by Oskar Cymerman | teaching and learning English | Scoop.it
If you are an open-minded person chances are you do not mind being
corrected by others. You embrace it and look forward to learning from their
experience. However, it is difficult to be open-minded all the time.

This is because of automatic negative thoughts all of us experience.
Automatic

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ELLs: Five Highly Effective Cross Curricular Scaffolds by VALENTINA GONZALEZ

ELLs: Five Highly Effective Cross Curricular Scaffolds by VALENTINA GONZALEZ | teaching and learning English | Scoop.it
BY VALENTINA GONZALEZ

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Teens in US and Japan Admit to Phone Addiction by Bruce Alpert

Teens in US and Japan Admit to Phone Addiction by Bruce Alpert | teaching and learning English | Scoop.it
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Recommended: A framework for understanding the future of #work - #service #design

Recommended: A framework for understanding the future of #work - #service #design | teaching and learning English | Scoop.it
In a recent issue of Deloitte Review, John Hagel, Jeff Schwartz, and Josh Bersin suggest a framework for understanding the future of work and its implications for individuals, organizations, and governments. HR Timescaught up with John and Jeff to hear more about the framework and how HR leaders and professionals can apply it. Related links Follow us @DeloitteTalent Stay connected. Future o f Work…
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Tom Marsh's curator insight, October 5, 2017 3:37 PM
This topic is so important in the face of AI that its worth grinding through the fluff and buzz words to get to real work that need to be started remaking policy and institutions. Tech is good at disrupting but poor if not late helping to rebuild.
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These Are The Job Skills Of The Future That Robots Can’t Master

These Are The Job Skills Of The Future That Robots Can’t Master | teaching and learning English | Scoop.it

We may live in a digital world, but soft skills like communication, problem solving, collaboration, and empathy are becoming more valued than technology, says Paul Roehrig, chief strategy officer for Cognizant Digital Business, a business and technology service provider.

 

“People skills are more and more important in an era where we have powerful and pervasive technology,” he says. “It sounds counterintuitive, but to beat the bot, you need to be more human.”

 

When evaluating their hiring plans for 2017, 62% of employers rate soft skills as very important, according to CareerBuilder. But a recent survey by the Wall Street Journal found that 89% of executives are having a difficult time finding people with these qualities.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 12, 2017 6:37 PM

“To beat the bot, you need to be more human.”

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Lord of Curation Series: Gust Mees

Lord of Curation Series: Gust Mees | teaching and learning English | Scoop.it
Gust MEES is an ICT course instructor with specialization on ICT Security. He is also a member of the "Advisory Board" of Luxembourg Safer Internet, called now BEESECURE, http://www.lisa-stopline.lu and an official partner of different Luxembourgish Government realizations, such as http://www.cases.lu and MySecureIt (in French) and member of the Internet Society Luxembourg http://www.isoc.lu
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Ready for a Robot Co-Worker? Find Out How Likely Your Job Is to Be Automated

Ready for a Robot Co-Worker? Find Out How Likely Your Job Is to Be Automated | teaching and learning English | Scoop.it
Ready for a robot co-worker? Here are the professions with the most automation potential.

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How to Make Your Immersion Classroom Reach Its Peak Potential | General Educator Blog

Most language teachers would love to turn their classroom into an immersion paradise, but they encounter several common problems. Here, we help you solve them!
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This Is How The Way You Read Impacts Your Memory And Productivity

This Is How The Way You Read Impacts Your Memory And Productivity | teaching and learning English | Scoop.it

It’s no understatement that digital mediums have taken over every aspect of our lives. We check what our friends are doing on the glowing screens in our hands, read books on dedicated e-readers, and communicate with customers and clients primarily through email. Yet for all the benefits digital mediums have provided us, there has been a growing body of evidence over the past several years that the brain prefers analog mediums.

 

Studies have shown that taking notes by longhand will help you remember important meeting points better than tapping notes out on your laptop or smartphone. The reason for that could be that “writing stimulates an area of the brain called the RAS (reticular activating system), which filters and brings clarity to the fore the information we’re focusing on,” according to Maud Purcell, a psychotherapist and journaling expert. If that’s the case, and the analog pen really is mightier than the phone, it’s no wonder some of my colleagues have ditched smartphones for paper planners.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, October 11, 2017 6:09 PM

Studies show that reading printed material instead of on screens helps you better retain information.

CCM Consultancy's curator insight, October 17, 2017 1:54 AM

Slow down and take more time reading the material, and you might absorb the information.

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24 Things A Teacher Should Never Ask A Student To Do - good advice from by Terry Heick @TeachThought

24 Things A Teacher Should Never Ask A Student To Do - good advice from by Terry Heick @TeachThought | teaching and learning English | Scoop.it
24 Things A Teacher Should Never Ask A Student To Do

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2017-internet-minute.jpg via @LoriLewis

2017-internet-minute.jpg via @LoriLewis | teaching and learning English | Scoop.it

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Wonder Mum's curator insight, October 13, 2017 4:58 AM
Très intéressant !
EntreCulturas's curator insight, October 13, 2017 12:09 PM
¿Sabes que es lo que ocurre en solo un minuto en Internet? Jeff Desjardins muestra como las redes sociales y la interactividad dominan nuestro día a día de manera permanente. 
Shari Flynt Williamson's curator insight, October 22, 2017 6:14 PM
This is just straigh up interesting and my mind is completely blown!  How did we survive without the Internet??  
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English Language (ESL) Grammar Quizzes for Students - UsingEnglish.com

English Language (ESL) Grammar Quizzes for Students - UsingEnglish.com | teaching and learning English | Scoop.it
296English language (ESL) quizzes covering grammar, usage and vocabulary. Register to get access to all 518 quizzes.
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32 Educational Websites Organized by Content Area curated by Educators' Technology

32 Educational Websites Organized by Content Area curated by Educators' Technology | teaching and learning English | 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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David Baker's curator insight, September 18, 2017 7:23 PM
Multiple sites support strong application in schools.
Margarita Saucedo's curator insight, September 21, 2017 1:45 PM
Excelente recopilación. Siempre hay algo nuevo para probar
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3 Handy Google Classroom Guides for Teachers via Educators' technology

3 Handy Google Classroom Guides for Teachers via Educators' technology | teaching and learning English | 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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How to Push the Boundaries of School with Dynamic Learning via Shake Up Learning

How to Push the Boundaries of School with Dynamic Learning via Shake Up Learning | teaching and learning English | Scoop.it
Does your classroom offer one-and-done types of learning activities, or does the learning grow, inspire, and evolve throughout the year and beyond? With tools like G Suite for Education that are available 24/7, the learning doesn’t have to stop when the bell rings at the end of class, or when the worksheet is turned in, or even when the school year ends. The learning takes on a life of its own; it becomes dynamic. This concept alone should change the way you think about learning in general and change the way you facilitate learning in the classroom.

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Why Education is the hardest sector of the economy to automate 

Why Education is the hardest sector of the economy to automate  | teaching and learning English | Scoop.it

We’ve all heard the warning cries: automation will disrupt entire industries and put millions of people out of jobs. In fact, up to 45 percent of existing jobs can be automated using current technology.

 

However, this may not necessarily apply to the education sector. After a detailed analysis of more than 2,000-plus work activities for more than 800 occupations, a report by McKinsey & Co states that of all the sectors examined, “…the technical feasibility of automation is lowest in education.”

 

There is no doubt that technological trends will have a powerful impact on global education, both by improving the overall learning experience and by increasing global access to education. Massive open online courses (MOOCs), chatbot tutors, and AI-powered lesson plans are just a few examples of the digital transformation in global education. But will robots and artificial intelligence ever fully replace teachers?


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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, August 14, 2017 1:30 PM
Empathy is not something that can be written up in a set of algorithms. I begin with that premise and it might be impossible to replace teachers with robots.
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English 8 parts of speech with examples

English 8 parts of speech with examples | teaching and learning English | Scoop.it
Learn the 8 parts of speech with examples. Nouns, adjectives, pronouns, interjections, conjunctions, prepositions, adverbs, verbs
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