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5 Ways Gamification Can Help Students Develop A Growth Mindset — Emerging Education Technologies

5 Ways Gamification Can Help Students Develop A Growth Mindset — Emerging Education Technologies | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it

Gamification nos permite mejorar nuestro conocimiento y mejorar nuestras habilidades sociales básicas como la multitarea, la colaboración, el pensamiento creativo y de comprometerse a una meta. En 2002, la palabra gamification fue acuñado como una manera de describir la incorporación de juego-pensamiento y


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Estas 9 señales en tu rostro dicen mucho sobre tu salud

El rostro ayuda a curar enfermedades: Se pueden sacar muchas conclusiones con solo observar la piel de la cara: qué se come y se bebe, si se fuma o no s
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Free Images - Pixabay

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Anxious About Tests? Tips to Ease Angst

Anxious About Tests? Tips to Ease Angst | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it

As any parent or teacher knows, tests can create crippling anxiety in students–and anxious kids can perform below their true abilities. But new research in cognitive science and psychology is giving us a clearer understanding of the link between stress and performance, and allowing experts to develop specific strategies for helping kids manage their fears. These potential solutions are reasonably simple, inexpensive and, as recent studies show, effective. Some work for a broad range of students, while others target specific groups. Yet they’re unfamiliar to many teachers and parents, who remain unaware that test anxiety can be so easily relieved. Here, three such approaches:


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4 Tips on Teaching Problem Solving (From a Student)

4 Tips on Teaching Problem Solving (From a Student) | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it

Un estudiante comparte sus conocimientos sobre la habilidad más importante que se puede enseñar. (Pista: No es la perseverancia.)


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5 Techniques to Curb Classroom Chatter | NEA Member Benefits

5 Techniques to Curb Classroom Chatter | NEA Member Benefits | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it

"Teachers share their proven tactics to rein in the ruckus and get students focused."


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How to Help Students Develop a Love of Reading

How to Help Students Develop a Love of Reading | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it
Parents have several tools to enable kids to develop a love of reading books, including not being controlling over what kids read.
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I read this article closely and, if my count is correct, the word "librarian" is only mentioned once. Don't take that to mean this isn't well-written and worth your time to read! The suggestions are solid and the author brings up some excellent points about reading and how we can support readers. I firmly believe that if we truly want to shift this trend then we need to address the issue of disappearing librarians and underfunded libraries.
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7 memory skills that will make you smarter

7 memory skills that will make you smarter | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it

Los psicólogos detrás del libro "hacer que se pegue" revela las mejores maneras de aprender y recordar nueva información, en la escuela o en el trabajo.#


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On Digital Literacies 

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Why I’ll Keep Teaching, Despite the Hardships

Why I’ll Keep Teaching, Despite the Hardships | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it
A special education teacher reflects on leaving Chicago Public Schools.
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Nudges That Help Struggling Students Succeed

Nudges That Help Struggling Students Succeed | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it

Small interventions can help underperforming students thrive in the classroom and even rethink their place in the world.


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Taking Flight

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This ELT lesson plan is designed around a short film titled Taking Flight by Brandon Oldenberg for Mooonbot Studios and the themes of childhood games, grandparents and grandchildren. Students watch…
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8 Essential Questions for Planning Personal Learning Experiences

8 Essential Questions for Planning Personal Learning Experiences | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it

How many times have you heard, “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail”? Most teachers are taught this mantra in their preparation programs and held to it over the course of their careers. It is expected (and in some districts mandated) that teachers write detailed lesson plans, gather resources, effectively sequence the learning, differentiate…


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How the old and the new make the mind ebb and flow – Daniel J Siegel | Aeon Essays

Para unos 2.500 años, los humanos han situado a la mente en el cerebro dentro de nuestras cabezas. Pero debemos tener en cuenta el origen de la mente con la mente abierta. Es la verdadera mente dentro del cerebro? O se trata de una ilusión?

Gané visión de vuelta en la década de 1980, como la universidad llegó a su fin. Yo estaba en mis 20 años y trabaja en México por la Organización Mundial de la Salud en un proyecto para estudiar los curanderos - curanderos - en una región donde la prensa de la modernización de una presa local, La Presa Miguel Alemán, a 250 millas al este de la Ciudad de México , estaba cambiando las comunidades y los servicios médicos locales. Una mañana, en un viaje a caballo de entrevistar a un curandero local como parte de mi proyecto, la silla de montar en mi caballo afloja y, con los pies todavía atados en los estribos, me arrastraron, me dicen, un centenar de yardas más de grava y roca, mi golpearse la cabeza contra el suelo bajo los cascos de carreras del caballo. Cuando el caballo joven y asustado por fin llegó a una parada, mis compañeros pensaban montar debo estar muerto, o al menos que me habían roto el cuello. Hice romper los dientes y la nariz, y dañó el brazo. El traumatismo craneal indujo un estado de amnesia global que duró alrededor de un día.

En las consecuencias del accidente de caballo, me convertí en sintonía con un nivel de saber por debajo de la identidad personal, la creencia personal y expectativas personales. No tenía idea de cómo llamar a este cambio en el "yo", así que nunca discutí con nadie, ponerla en una categoría de alguna llamada de atención existencial para iluminar, dada la fragilidad de la vida siguiendo ese accidente cercana a la muerte, para ser agradecido de estar capaz de mover el cuello, estar vivo, estar despierto y consciente. Yo no pienso en ello entonces como un regalo, pero ahora me doy cuenta que era una de esas experiencias no planificados que están los puntos de inflexión, incluso si no nos damos cuenta su impacto en el momento.

¿Cómo hacer todas estas capas de la realidad, éstos ámbitos de la vida, encontrar un hogar común, un terreno común de entendimiento? Dos términos que ofrecen una cierta penetración e indican cómo la información es procesada en nuestras mentes y cerebros son "de arriba abajo" y "de abajo arriba". Estos términos se utilizan a veces para la localización anatómica de procesamiento: la corteza superior (sede de la función ejecutiva) en la parte superior, la parte inferior del tronco del encéfalo (frecuencia cardíaca, respiración) y áreas límbicas (emoción) en la parte inferior. Sin embargo, los mismos términos se utilizan también para capas de procesamiento no relacionado con la distribución anatómica de arriba y abajo. En su lugar, se utilizan para el grado de tratamiento de la información.


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10 Awesome Storybook Apps to Develop Your Kids Love for Reading via @medkh9

10 Awesome Storybook Apps to Develop Your Kids Love for Reading via @medkh9 | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it

fuente libre de herramientas educativas web, habilidades del siglo 21, consejos y tutoriales sobre cómo los profesores y estudiantes a integrar la tecnología en la educación


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Three Tools for Teaching Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills - MindShift

Three Tools for Teaching Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills - MindShift | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it

A medida que la economía mundial se desplaza desde los trabajos de manufactura y hacia la industria de servicios y trabajos creativos, hay un consenso entre los padres, educadores, políticos y líderes de negocios que se trata de estudiantes cruciales se gradúan en la universidad o de la fuerza de trabajo con la capacidad de identificar y resolver problemas complejos, pensar críticamente acerca de la información, trabajar eficazmente en equipo y comunicarse con claridad acerca de su forma de pensar.

Mientras que muchos profesores están de acuerdo con esta premisa, que a menudo no saben exactamente cómo enseñar estas habilidades de manera explícita, sobre todo porque muchos de los mandatos y la materia obligada parecen empujar en la dirección opuesta. Habilidades orientadas a los procesos son difíciles de definir; los profesores pueden ver en algunos estudiantes, pero el desarrollo de estas competencias en los estudiantes que aún no están demostrando que puede ser complicado. Unos maestros en Ontario, Canadá han estado experimentando con herramientas que piensan que podría hacer la diferencia.


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The Preschooler's Empathy Void

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A new study explores how children develop a preference for equality and fairness—research that seems relevant as America prepares to elect its next president.


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Why the Problem with Learning Is Unlearning

No se quede en sus formas actuales de pensar.


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Alain de Botton: On Love

Alain de Botton debunks "pop romanticism" and restores a more grounded (and applicable) notion of love, which takes into account vulnerability, narratives and life scripts, and expresses itself as a mutual need to meet, to know, and - inescapably - to compromise.


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We’re About to See a Record-Breaking Supermoon - the Biggest in Nearly 70 Years | ScienceAlert.com

We’re About to See a Record-Breaking Supermoon - the Biggest in Nearly 70 Years | ScienceAlert.com | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it

If you only see one astronomical event this year, make it the November supermoon, when the Moon will be the closest to Earth it’s been since January 1948.

During the event, which will happen on the eve of November 14, the Moon will appear up to 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than an average full moon. This is the closest the Moon will get to Earth until 25 November 2034, so you really don’t want to miss this one.

So how do you get a supermoon?


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Teen Depression and Anxiety: What Parents Can Do

Teen Depression and Anxiety: What Parents Can Do | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it

This week's issue of Time magazine features an special article on "Anxiety, depression and the American adolescent." Available only to subscribers, so check with your librarian for access.


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Herzogian Pedagogy: A New Order in Education | Brainstorm in Progress

Herzogian Pedagogy: A New Order in Education | Brainstorm in Progress | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it

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5 Ways to Teach Students to Think for Themselves

5 Ways to Teach Students to Think for Themselves | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it

By Christina Gil - Here are five suggestions for teachers to help teach students begin thinking for themselves and prepare for future success.


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35 Words of Wisdom You Will Never Forget

35 Words of Wisdom You Will Never Forget | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it
“ Wisdom is power and with power comes great opportunity.”
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(From the article): The world is full of wisdom--it isn't at all hard to find if you are looking for it. At its best, if this wisdom holds fundamental truths that can lead you to the happiness you want, and it leads you to the success you are looking for and the life you have always dreamed about. Here are 35 of wisest truth, if you can make them part of your daily life and never forget them, you are well on your way to cultivating a life that you have always wanted.
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Why every class should be cross-curricular

Why every class should be cross-curricular | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it

Cross-curricular and critical thinking are rather different educational concepts. But when they work together, they can truly help reshape teaching practice.


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5 Ways to Cultivate Creativity in Life and Work

5 Ways to Cultivate Creativity in Life and Work | sociedad del conocimiento | Scoop.it

I believe that all human beings are creative, and that creative thinking is a central part of self-expression. Self-expression is a gift we give ourselves and the world. Creativity, therefore, is at the heart of being fully engaged in life and work. Creativity, like any other skill, can be fostered and developed. Under the right conditions, the muse (creative inspiration) will visit each and every one of us in its own unique way.

 

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I believe that all human beings are creative, and that creative thinking is a central part of self-expression. Self-expression is a gift we give ourselves and the world. Creativity, therefore, is at the heart of being fully engaged in life and work. Creativity, like any other skill, can be fostered and developed. Under the right conditions, the muse (creative inspiration) will visit each and every one of us in its own unique way.

 

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https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2016/10/26/luxembourg-education-interviews-creativity-and-maker-spaces-maach3-ltettelbruck/

 

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