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I didn’t do it because I was fed up with the system, or because I didn’t like my job. Quite the opposite. I really loved being a computer teacher. Bloom’s Taxonomy Paint Palette. Posted by admin | Posted in Anastasis Academy, Blooms Taxonomy, Grade Level, professional development, Teacher Resources | Posted on 18-07-2013 Tags: analyze, anastasis, apply, Art, artist, blend, blooms taxonomy, create, evaluate, graphic, kelly Tenkely, knowledge, learning, paint palette, painting, remember, understand An article I read this week had me thinking about Bloom’s Taxonomy and what learning really is.
It led to me coming up with a new graphic for Bloom’s Taxonomy, this one a Paint Palette. I like thinking about Bloom’s in the form of an artist paint palette because each color has equal importance. For an artist, the greatest beauty comes in the mixing of colors. Capacity2 - Change2 - Institute for Professional Learning - The Department of Education. Capacity2 - All contents copyright Government of Western Australia, unless otherwise stated.
Copyright material available on this website is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licence Exclusions may apply: Authentic learning and achievement - Authentic Learning Tool Box. Participants should read this prior to the activity and highlight areas where there can appear to be a tension between maximising test scores and authentic learning.
This literature springboard considers the interplay between authentic learning and common measures of achievement. It seeks to explore points of similarity and difference between the two and identifies the tensions that emerge from a consideration of achievement in light of the principles of authentic learning. Participate in an IRA strategy: Identify, Reflect, Act During the pre reading of Literature springboard 5: Authentic learning and achievement, individual participants identify the tensions that emerge between authentic learning and a narrow emphasis on test performance as the measure of achievement. Authentic learning and achievement - Authentic Learning Tool Box. Advice For Teachers? 10 Things To Not Lose Sight Of This Year. Advice For Teachers?
10 Things To Not Lose Sight Of This Year by Terry Heick For many of us, school’s starting soon. Promoting STEM Critical Thinking Using Post-it® Super Sticky Notes - Promoting STEM Critical Thinking Using Post-it® Super Sticky Notes by TeachThought Staff We were recently contacted by Post-it® Brand to see if we could help teachers understand how Post-it Products could be used to promote critical thinking.
The result is the strategy below.
Are Teachers Cat People or Dog People? The old joke goes that dogs have masters and cats have staff, yet both animals have millions of devotees around the world.
Some pet owners are solely committed to either Team Cat or Team Dog, while others prefer to be free agents, a foot in both camps. Is there a clear winning team among teachers? What is Genius Hour? - Genius Hour. What is Genius Hour?
Genius hour is a movement that allows students to explore their own passions and encourages creativity in the classroom. It provides students a choice in what they learn during a set period of time during school. It’s not easy to determine where the idea was originally created, but there are at least two events that have impacted genius hour. Genius Hour Origins The search-engine giant, Google, allows it’s engineers to spend 20% of their time to work on any pet project that they want. Another origin of genius hour projects came from the book Drive. Mud Map to Life in the Modern Age.
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“Life is a helluva lot more fun if you say yes rather than no” My step-son and his friend have produced a musical. What's My Mindset. The Educator and the Growth Mindset. Getting Stuck in the Negatives (and How to Get Unstuck): Alison Ledgerwood at TEDxUCDavis. Want to sound like a leader? Start by saying your name right. #OurVoice: George Couros at TEDxBurnsvilleED. Group Discussion Tips For Everyone – College Affairs. Usually you will have to pass exams and clear interviews to be selected for an academic course or a job.
However, nowadays most recruiters have made Group Discussion an important part of their selection process. What this means for you is mastering this in-demand process. But you need to remember, Group Discussion aren’t a debate or an argument, it’s merely discussing a case in a group to come up to a valid conclusion. It’s like brain storming, if I may. Home Office Closet Organization Ideas home office organization ideas Corner Home Office Closet. DIY Traditional Tree House Design with a Twist. Usually when you go about building your own tree house you consult conventions, look for existing plans or examples to take cues from (if not build from directly). In traditional Japanese tea-master style, this designer avoided hiring an architect or skilled carpenter to construct this “tea house built too high” in Japan.
Thomas William Nielsen – The Conversation. Sesame Street: Kermit and Joey Say the Alphabet. Learning circles - Quoteko.com. Learning circles. Using the TASC system in EYFS Settings. Art Speaks. Philosophy of Thought & Logic -2013 - The Collaboratory. Critical and Creative Thinking. Assessment Advice. This section contains an assessment definition and purposes of assessment including: assessment for, as and of learning.
Assessment principles are outlined and PowerPoint presentations and workshops related to the assessment advice are provided. There is a link to the Reporting section of the web site. Assessment definition. 25 Design Concepts That Have A Place In Your Classroom. Good design is everywhere: on websites, in objects you use in your home, the car you drive every day. But often, design is missing from the modern classroom, and we think that’s a big mistake. Educators have a lot to learn from the principles of design, bringing strategic thought and creativity to today’s classrooms.
Well-designed classrooms and educational plans can have a positive impact on educational outcomes, and it all starts with educators. Ideas For Better Learning. “3 New–And Simple–Ideas For Better Learning” by Sonia Jackson was originally published on Getting Smart. The traditional “chalk and talk” method of teaching that’s persisted for hundreds of years is now acquiring inferior results when compared with the more modern and revolutionary teaching methods that are available for use in schools today.
Greater student interaction is encouraged, the boundaries of authority are being broken down, and a focus on enjoyment over grades is emphasised. As teachers, it’s necessary to be able to teach and remain engaging. It puts a greater level of responsibility on creating lesson plans that truly work. 5 Simple Ideas That Can Transform Your Teaching. Teaching is impossibly complex. What Exactly Is Understanding. How They Get It: A New, Simple Taxonomy For Understanding. 26 Sentence Stems For Higher-Level Discussion In The Classroom. 26 Sentence Stems For Higher-Level Conversation In The Classroom.
Www.sde.ct.gov/sde/lib/sde/pdf/curriculum/gifted_and_talented/light05152008. Why Assessment? › Assessment › University of Connecticut. “Assessment is essential not only to guide the development of individual students but also to monitor and continuously improve the quality of programs, inform prospective students and their parents, and provide evidence of accountability to those who pay our way.” -- Redesigning Higher Education: Producing Dramatic Gains in Student Learning by Lion F.
Gardiner; ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report Volume 23, No. 7, p. 109 “Educational assessment seeks to determine how well students are learning and is an integral part of the quest for improved education. It provides feedback to students, educators, parents, policy makers, and the public about the effectiveness of educational services.” -- Knowing what students know: the science and design of educational assessment Committee on the Foundations of Assessment, Center for Education, Division on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Research Council; James Pellegrino, Naomi Chudowsky, and Robert Glaser, editors, p. 1.
Assessment › University of Connecticut. Curriculum Planning, Programming, Assessing & Reporting to parents K-12. Principles of Assessment and Reporting in NSW Schools To further support policy advice and in keeping with Board of Studies advice on assessment and reporting to support syllabus reviews, an updated Principles statement on assessing and reporting has been released. The Statement outlines general Principles of Assessment and Reporting which underpin effective practice. The Future of Learning. Born to Learn ~ Home. Born to Learn.
Five buzzwords you’re likely to hear in education this school year. The Emergent 21st Century Teacher, Mark Treadwell. The Early Years Learning Framework: Getting started - ECA Catalogue. Counseling Care Specialties - Margie Freeman LCSW. Articles - Reflections on the School Year. Teaching In The 21st Century. The Essence of Connected Learning. 21st Century Learning. The (Apparently) Irrelevant Question. The NoTime Slam Dunk Digital Lesson. Prodigy Artist Akiane Kramarik - The Indigo Child of an Atheist.
Articles. Using Blooms Taxonomy Lesson Plans Reviewed by Teachers. Bloom's, The 21st Century Version. Blooms Taxonomy for the Web. 25 Question Stems Framed Around Bloom's Taxonomy. Bloom's Taxonomy According To Jerry Seinfeld.
How They Get It: A New, Simple Taxonomy For Understanding. Five Best Practices for the Flipped Classroom. Welcome to the real world. We Are The People. Creative/Fun Comps for Kids. Great Teaching Inspired Learning Responses. Glogster EDU - 21st century multimedia tool for educators, teachers and students. Big Thinkers: Judy Willis on the Science of Learning.