John Hattie – Why Are So Many Of Our Teachers And Schools So Successful? John Hattie – Why Are So Many Of Our Teachers And Schools So Successful?
I wanted to sit on this until the holidays were finished to make sure that people noticed. I’ve spoke about John Hattie on several occasions on this blog. Simply put, Hattie has done more research into the factors that can lead to student achievement than any other scholar. He is someone that we should all listen to, and many people around the world do. For some unknown reason, he is almost unheard of in the United States. You see, Hattie’s research is clearly at odds with the dominant narrative of educational reformers in the United States. YouTube. Best Education-Related Videos of 2013. 14 Videos for Starting Dialogue on Rethinking Rewards, Awards. Rita Pierson: Every kid needs a champion. Ramsey Musallam: 3 rules to spark learning. TED Talk Legend Sir Ken Robinson Talks To TIME. Students directing their own learning. How to make inquiry happen in a school. EDtalks. Inquiry as a disposition. #PSP2012 VIDEO – KR.
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 10 Great YouTube Tips Every Educator should Know about. YouTube is a fascinating video website.
It is one of my favourites online and I am pretty sure most of you like it too. The revolution of YouTube started right from the time Google acquired it . As you know part of the success of Google is its huge investment in the field of education so it also dedicated part of YouTube to education especially with the creation of these three channels that all promote video learning. Today we are going to cover some of the must know tips and tricks about YouTube that we as teachers can use to make maximum benefit from YouTube.
This post is updated on October 25, 2013 and therefore 4 tools were removed for the list because they are no longer working. 1- Editor Do you know that YouTube has its own editor where you can edit the videos you upload there.Before you would need to use an external video editor to edit your videos before uploading then to YouTube , now you can edit your videos right from the editor page on YouTube. A Must See For School Leaders and School Communities – Will Richardson’s TEDx from Melbourne. Education Video Library. Big Thinkers: Judy Willis on the Science of Learning. Judy Willis: Hi, I'm Judy Willis and I am a neurologist.
I've been a neurologist for 15 years and after the 15 years my patient practice really changed. I started getting so many referrals for kids whose teachers thought they had ADD, obsessive compulsive disorder, staring spells, seizures petit mal epilepsy, and the increase was huge and yet the kids had no greater incidence of it. And I saw the notes were coming from the school so I visited the schools. Reteach and Enrich: How to Make Time for Every Student. Calvin Baker: Most of us grew up, classic American education, you know.
You can go through a unit where these was math, social studies or English, and at the end of the unit, you had a test. Then you moved onto the next unit, because you had to get through all the chapters by the end of the school year. And some kids would do well, some wouldn't. Some kids got good grades and some didn't. Singapore's 21st-Century Teaching Strategies (Education Everywhere Series) Adrian: I think it is important to make school fun.
And when school is fun, you don't get kids waking up in the morning and saying, "Do I have to come to school again? " So we embrace technology, because it helps us make learning more engaging. I believe that when kids are engaged, when kids are interested, that's where learning takes place. David Thornburg on the Evolving Classroom (Big Thinkers Series) David Thornburg: Traditional classrooms, the kinds that I certainly grew up in, really don't reach every child.
Not because of teachers, not because of anything the teacher's doing so much as the actual physical structure of the room. Free Online Resources Engage Elementary Kids (Tech2Learn Series) Teacher: As a K-5 teacher, we understand that it's really important to integrate the curriculum as much as possible.
So if you're doing a lesson in the computer lab, if it's combining some of the reading skills, writing skills, language art skills, or their knowledge about a certain subject area, I think that it makes learning a lot more meaningful. Teacher: A few years ago, the District had to do a lot of cutbacks on tech spending. And I started to see that there was an advantage of using the cloud-based, or free web apps. And anybody who has a computer or internet, they can access them, not only from school, but at home, so my goal is to get them so excited that they go home and continue on with their learning. YouTube. ICTEV Conference 2012. 100 Awesome Classroom Videos to Learn New Teaching Techniques. With so many good teachers out there, it’s fortunate they can share their knowledge via video on the Internet.
From the funny to the poignant, these glimpses into the lives of teachers and their students will keep you entertained while learning a little something as well. Whether you are a new teacher storing up tips and tricks or an experienced teacher who could just use a fresh perspective, you are sure to find something helpful among these videos. The Basics Reading, storytelling, math, and science all get coverage with these videos that show how some Teaching Storytelling in the Classroom.
Watch children tell stories as a backdrop to educators talking about the storytelling experience. YouTube. xNYED - Alan November - 03/05/2011. Teaching Videos. Lessons Worth Sharing. Shawn Achor: The happy secret to better work. YouTube. Professional Learning that makes a difference to students. Education Speakers - Speaker Mix, The Speakers Wiki.
YouTube. Educator Videos. Marc Prensky - What is the role of the teacher in todays world? A Conversation Starter. Hello & welcome! ... Please comment. This Year’s 10 Best TED Talks To Share With Students. In honor of the recent TED Live announcement , I thought it’d be a good idea to remind you why TED rocks. Below is just a small fraction of the amazing presentations put on by the folks over at TED. Each one of the presentations embedded below is perfect for sharing with students and showing in class*. Learn For Free (Full Curriculum and Learning Resources) Educational Video. Get Your Free Collaborize Classroom Account. “ Underground Resource Gives Every Student A Voice For Successful Classroom Discussions… For FREE!
Education Videos. Top 10 Educational Videos of 2011. Another year is coming to a close.
And with the New Year approaching, it’s a great time to reflect on topics and issues that impacted our learning in 2011. I traveled all over the country again in 2011 speaking to K-12 educators on the power that video can have on student learning. I have personally witnessed the amazing influence video has had on my own students’ learning during my past nine years in education. 2011 was no exception in the diverse and powerful videos that some of our world leaders, or future world leaders, created.
Therefore, I have decided to list the top 10 educational videos I watched this past year. 10 Inspiring Youtube Videos for Teachers. Education Video Library. Critical & Creative Education.