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A New Visual On Bloom's Taxonomy for The Web. 4 Ways to Promote Growth Mindset in PBL. Originally posted on

4 Ways to Promote Growth Mindset in PBL

“I can’t do this! I hate geometry! I’m too dumb for this!” In our classroom, the word "can’t" was the worst four-letter word a student could use; after all, even the last three letters of "geometry" insist that you T-R-Y….TRY! The student’s outburst is a classic example of fixed mindset. So, how does PBL promote growth mindset? Think of a student who shuts down at the first sight of adversity.

Here are 4 Ways to Promote Growth Mindset in PBL: Metodo Cornell per prendere appunti e annotazio... Web we want. About the Web We Want For many young people in the early 21st century, their online personality, social interactions and activities are as important as their life in the physical world.

Web we want

Teachers, therefore, need to recognize this and help young people make the most of the opportunities online technologies and social media offer to develop key competences – and, crucially, become reflective and responsible citizens. The Web We Want, launched on Safer Internet Day February 2013 by the Insafe network*, aimed to do this. Created by young people for young people, the book aims to explore rights and responsibilities and encourage reflection on their and peers' behaviour.

Just as The Web We Want was developed by young people for young people, the lessons in the Web We Want handbook for educators have been designed by teachers for teachers across Europe and beyond. Collaborative Learning. Collaborative Learning Building a Classroom Community Collaborative Learning Collaborative Activities Getting Everyone Involved Building a Classroom Community You will find that each of your classes carries its own dynamic and its own personality.

Collaborative Learning

Sometimes this will be good, sometimes it will be very frustrating. Your responsibility as an instructor is to do what you can to create an environment in which the students can learn together. Objectives Builder - TeachOnline. Cooperative Learning SOS: 5 Questions to Ask When Cooperative Learning Isn’t Working.

Cooperative learning can be a powerful tool for energizing a classroom, motivating students, and raising achievement.

Cooperative Learning SOS: 5 Questions to Ask When Cooperative Learning Isn’t Working

However, it’s not always easy to get kids to work together effectively. After a particularly chaotic lesson, you might even get so frustrated that you’re tempted to give up completely and assign seat work for the rest of the year! Rubric - Griglie di valutazione. RAPPRESENTAZIONI GRAFICHE. Crafting Questions That Drive Projects. Which comes first, the driving question or the learning goals?

Crafting Questions That Drive Projects

I think it depends. The most successful projects feed off of students’ passions. Don’t be afraid to tap into them. Take what they are interested in and find a way to connect that interest to learning standards. In my first year of teaching, my fifth graders were obsessed with SpongeBob Squarepants. What adventures would SpongeBob have during the Great Depression? So, to develop a driving question, you can use students' interest as a starting point and then creatively connect learning standards. Some of the learning aims my school had for students in math were working with decimals and graphing data. ForAllRubrics: ambiente per la valutazione form...

Teacher Rubric: componente aggiuntivo per la cr... Un percorso in 3 passi per capire cosa sono, a cosa servono e come usarle. Applicazioni free per realizzare mappe mentali ... Insegnare%20e%20valutare%20competenze%20 %20%20Comoglio. 20 ways to use a tablet in the classroom. Whatever model of Android or iOS tablet you have available, it’s a hugely versatile tool when it comes to educating and entertaining children.

20 ways to use a tablet in the classroom

Here are some of the best apps and features you can make use of in the classroom – some of which you have to pay for and others that are free. 1 Dive into 360-degree videos This is the most basic form of virtual reality, a full sphere of video centred on the spectator who can view an environment in any direction. The content works with VR headsets but is also available through browsers and mobile devices. Launch a 360-degree video in the Facebook or YouTube apps and children can tilt it around to change the view as the clip plays (a simple search should turn up some 360-degree content that will be clearly labelled). 2 Get creative with photo taking The Android and iOS camera apps are simple enough to use and can be deployed to record anything from a field trip diary to the results of a science experiment or a class art show. Il compito autentico. Se sapete cosa è il compito autentico potete saltare questa prima parte introduttiva e passare alla seconda parte.

Il compito autentico

Per chi invece non sapesse di che si tratta parto da una definizione che mi sembra abbastanza completa: “Il compito autentico è un compito che prevede che gli studenti costruiscano il loro sapere in modo attivo ed in contesti reali e complessi e lo usano in modo preciso e pertinente, dimostrando il possesso di una determinata competenza”. In parole semplici: una normale attività della vita reale, ricca e splendida, in cui si utilizzano tutte le capacità acquisite e la creatività per risolvere un problema vero. A scuola in genere le cose funzionano al contrario del compito autentico. Mappe concettuali nella didattica - di Marco Guastavigna.

DesignDidattico’s Videos on Vimeo. Inspirational Teaching Videos: Covering Common Core, Math, Science, English And More. How to Turn Rubric Scores into Grades. I have written several posts about the different types of rubrics—especially my favorite, the single-point rubric—and over time, many teachers have asked me about the most effective way to convert the information on these rubrics into points.

How to Turn Rubric Scores into Grades

Even if you are moving toward a no grades classroom, as a growing number of educators are, you may still be required to supply points or letter grades for student assignments. Despite the title of this post, all I can really offer here is a description of my own process. It has been refined over years of trial and error, and the only evidence I have to back up its effectiveness is that in over 10 years of teaching middle school and college, I can only recall one or two times when a student or parent challenged a grade I gave based on a rubric. This is by no means the only way to do it—I’m sure plenty of other processes exist—but this is what has worked for me. To start with, I have to get clear on what the final product should look like. I 9 modi migliori di studiare secondo la scienza - Sono ricominciate le lezioni e, per molti, le lunghe ore di studio che scandiranno l'anno scolastico.

I 9 modi migliori di studiare secondo la scienza -

Quali sono le tattiche "scientificamente provate" per ottimizzare il tempo sui libri e imparare in modo efficace? Le illustra questo video - in inglese - di AsapSCIENCE, di cui riassumiamo, qui di seguito, i contenuti. Ecco dunque 9 dritte scientifiche a misura di studente. 1. Diluisci nel tempo. Making Projects Click. Webquest - Matematica Interattiva. Webquest. Webquest [WQ] significa letteralmente ricerca web. Webquest approccio costruttivista di stampo laboratoriale. Digital Storytelling: Cos’è, come utilizzarlo nella didattica, con quali strumenti si realizza. Il Digital Storytelling ovvero la Narrazione realizzata con strumenti digitali (web apps, webware) consiste nell’organizzare contenuti selezionati dal web in un sistema coerente, retto da una struttura narrativa, in modo da ottenere un racconto costituito da molteplici elementi di vario formato (video, audio, immagini, testi, mappe, ecc.).

Caratteristiche di questa tipologia comunicativa sono: # il fascino: derivante dal carattere fabulatorio che possiedono le storie, dato che si tratta, fondamentalmente, di racconti; # la ricchezza e varietà di stimoli e significati: derivanti dall’alta densità informativa e dall’amalgama di codici, formati, eventi, personaggi, informazioni, che interagiscono tra loro attraverso molteplici percorsi e diverse relazioni analogiche. # Si tratta quindi di una forma di narrazione particolarmente indicata per forme comunicative come quelle proprie del giornalismo, della politica, del marketing, dell’autobiografia e anche della didattica. 1. 2. 3. 4.1. 4.2.

REALTA' AUMENTATA. A Visual Primer On Learning Theory. Theories on how people learn are not new. Piaget, Bruner, Vygotsky, Skinner and others have theorized for years how it is we come to “know” things. Unlike many theories involving physics for example, it is unlikely that a single learning theory is “right,” and will ultimately prove other theories “wrong.” How people learn is complex, and any unifying theory on how it all happens that’s entirely accurate would likely be too vague to be helpful. In that way, each “theory” is more of a way to describe one truth out of many. 4 Traditional Theories Of Learning. Kit Competenze Flippate. Rubistar: il sito che aiuta a costruire rubriche di valutazione. Castoldi-Rubriche.