Learning Styles. Project based learning.
Resettlement. Literacy. Resiliency. Real stories - Mental Health in Young People Real Stories. Professional Learning. Student Wellbeing. MindMatters Plus: Program Index - The P.E.A.C.E Pack. A program to reduce bullying in schools. ProgramResource The P.E.A.C.E Pack. A program to reduce bullying in schools The P.E.A.C.E. Pack has been created to assist school staff in reducing bullying by providing a systemic framework for schools to provide a safe learning and play environment for students. The resource is directed at teachers, school counsellors/psychologists and school administrators interested in implementing or reviewing anti-bullying programs in their classroom or school. P.E.A.C.E program includes the following components: P - Preparation: preparation and consideration of the nature of bullyingE - Education: education and understanding of the issuesA - Action: action taken and strategies developed to reduce bullyingC - Coping: coping strategies for staff, students and parentsE - Evaluation: evaluation, review and celebration of the program The P.E.A.C.E.
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Bully Blocking - Your bullying and social resilience resource. Evelyn Field developed the model, the 'Secrets of Relating' following the loss of a child. It is a very simple model, originally designed to help shy children and adults improve their social skills. It is now used with severely injured children and adults. It is based upon the notion that we need to relate, not threaten or attack. We need to be friendly and empathic but if we are being threatened then we need to defuse conflict and protect ourselves. then we can be respected, not considered a threat. Evelyn uses the butterfly for many different reasons, but it allows you to visualise the six main secrets to develop.
Feelings - Your feelings influence how you behave and what you say and do. Reasons - You need to understand why things happened, and perhaps why the other person treated you in the way they did. Self-esteem - Everyone needs good self-esteem to be valued, motivated and successful. Bully Blocking - Your bullying and social resilience resource. Bullying, abuse and violence. Pilates Plus Fitness Studio - Changing Bodies, Changing Lives.
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Understanding the qualities, including strengths, needs, and interests, that students bring to the curriculum is an important part of building a UDL classroom. You can download it in Microsoft Word or pdf Format, to use on screen or in print. The template has three parts: 1. 2. 3. This template was published by ASCD in Teaching Every Student in the Digital Age: Universal Design for Learning (Rose & Meyer, April, 2002). Assistive Technology. Indicates a link to that software publisher's web site. ALVA Access Group, Inc Makers of outSPOKEN, inLARGE, and brailleOUT access softwar for Windows and Macintosh systems Aurora Complete line of software for augmentative communication and learning disabilities.
Dolphin Computer Access Developers of software solutions for computer users with visual impairments. Products include Supernova reader magnifier - network ready, for combined magnification, speech and braille from any Windows workstation. Fat Cursor A shareware program that will enlarge the cursor on a Macintosh. The current version can be downloaded at this URL: Hear-It Auditory tools from the Hearit Company for special education, reading, ESL/BIL programs ILIAD The NASA Johnson Space Center Learning Technologies Project has developed an affordable information retrieval tool called ILIAD that can be easily used by the blind to search the Internet. TextHELP! The Differentiator.
Try Respondo! → ← Back to Byrdseed.com The Differentiator The Differentiator is based on Bloom's Taxonomy, Kaplan and Gould's Depth and Complexity, and David Chung's product menu. Try It In: French Dutch • Tweet It • Like Byrdseed • Pin It Students will judge the ethics of the [click to edit] using a textbook and create an essay in groups of three.
Revised Bloom's Taxonomy adapted from "A Taxonomy for Learning,Teaching, and Assessing: A Revision of Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives" by Anderson and Krathwohl Depth and Complexity adapted from The Flip Book by Sandra N. Depth Big Idea Unanswered Questions Ethics Patterns Rules Language of the Discipline Essential Details Trends Complexity Multiple Points Of View Change Over Time Across the Disciplines Imperatives Origin Convergence Parallels Paradox Contribution Key Words Consequences Motivations Implications Significance Adapted from David Chung and The Flip Book, Too by Sandra N. Group Size One Two Three Four. John Hattie. Assistive Technology. Template: UDL Class Profile Maker: Tools & Activities: Teaching Every Student. Getting to Know Students. Learning Inventories.
When teachers know how their students learn best, they can design instruction that benefits all students. Knowing their own learning profile can help students become better learners, because they will be able to adjust their interaction with new material in order to understand and retain it. Several learning inventories are included in the Getting to Know Students Packet on the main page. Below are some links to online learning inventories that students can take to find out how they learn best.
Websites on Learning Inventories: Learning Styles Online.com Find Your Strengths Learning Style Inventory What's Your Learning Style? Abiator's Online Learning Styles Educational Inventories: Learning Style & Multiple Intelligence VARK: A Guide to Learning Styles. Instructional Strategies Online. "What children learn depends not only on what they are taught but also how they are taught, their development level, and their interests and experiences....
These beliefs require that much closer attention be paid to the methods chosen for presenting material... " Understanding the Common Essential Learnings, Saskatchewan Education, 1988. (p.10) "The last decades of research in human learning have presented new insights into the ways that learners are active in constructing their own understanding. PERSONALIZED INSTRUCTION.
Phi Delta Kappan By James W. Keefe and John M. Jenkins Kenneth Sirotnik and John Goodlad caution us to think in terms of school "renewal" rather than "reform. " Sirotnik (1999) tells us that reform is usually preoccupied with accountability rather than evaluation. Renewal is concerned primarily with what Sarason (1989) calls "creating new settings" that reflect critical inquiry about educational practice.
Personalization of instruction and learning is the effort on the part of a school to take into account individual student characteristics and needs, and flexible instructional practices, in organizing the learning environment. In the past, antecedents of personalization have been known under different names: nongraded education, continuous progress education, individualized instruction, individually guided or prescribed education, and so forth. What, then, are the basic elements of a personalized approach to instruction? 1. . 3. . 4. . 5. Stages of Personalized Learning Environments. The Stages of Personalized Learning Environments (PLE) needed to be updated again.
Why? Because of the considerable feedback we received from participants in our 5 W's of Personalized Learning eCourse about our first and second versions of the chart. Some of the feedback was about consistency and flow across the stages. What worked in what stage? We definitely want to thank those that critiqued the stages for us and helped us with this version three that we hope will be the final version. We are hearing from many districts around the country that the Stages of Personalized Learning we developed are the foundation of their personalized learning initiative. In attempting to transform teaching and learning to personalized learning, consider where you are currently and envision which stage you can see feasible for your school, district or community.
All feedback is welcome and appreciated. Daretodifferentiate - home. The Differentiator. VARK -- A Guide to Learning Styles. Birmingham Grid for Learning - Multiple Intelligences (Secondary) What's Your Learning Style? What Is Your Learning Style? This quiz asks 24 questions and will take less than five minutes to complete. Try not to think too hard -- just go with your first thought when describing your daily activities and interests.
By the end, you may have some new insights into your learning preferences. Editor's Note (2013): There is no scientific evidence, as of yet, that shows that people have specific, fixed learning styles or discrete intelligences, nor that students benefit when teachers target instruction to a specific learning style or intelligence. Multiple Intelligences -- Assessment. Multiple Intelligences -- Assessment.
Template 1: Class Learning Profile. By David H. Rose, Anne Meyer, Nicole Strangman and Gabrielle Rappolt The Class Learning Profile Template helps you better understand your students by identifying and noting their strengths, weaknesses, and preferences. The idea is to highlight the particular student talents, weaknesses, or interests that could facilitate or hinder the effectiveness of your teaching. Develop the profile in the context of particular learning goals, so that you can determine which student qualities may pose challenges or offer special opportunities. For example, if you're addressing a social studies goal requiring work with a textbook and lecture presentations, students who show difficulty with reading fluency, limited English proficiency, or poor listening skills may encounter barriers to learning. Form 1B, Examples of Student Qualities, lists examples of student strengths, weaknesses, and interests—structured for each brain network—to help you get started as you create your own Class Learning Profiles.
Getting to Know Students. RTDI - Learner Profile. Learner Profile Template. 6_ch3%20learner.