Dream Teachers. Jamie's Dream School. Основателят на Coursera за предстоящата революция в образованието. The Flipped Classroom Infographic. So, after all these weeks and months seeing people talk about the ‘flipped’ classroom I can finally say I am beginning to understand a little about it … thanks mainly to this infographic.
Thanks for Sue Beckingham (@suebecks) for showing me infographic. Click to view: What is a flipped classroom — and why now? Do you have experience(s) of the flipped classroom, on either side of it (student or teacher) you’d like to share with us? Update: have a look at this post for further examples of the Flipped Classroom(s) in action: 15 schools using flipped classrooms. The Key to Media's Hidden Codes. Виолетова Жаба » Blog Archive » Ролята на йога в образованието. Personal Learning. » What I’ve Learned About Learning. ‘We learn more by looking for the answer to a question and not finding it than we do from learning the answer itself.’
~Lloyd Alexander Post written by Leo Babauta. I am a teacher and an avid learner, and I’m passionate about both. I’m a teacher because I help Eva homeschool our kids — OK, she does most of the work, but I do help, mostly with math but with everything else too. I also teach habits, writing/blogging, simplicity and other fun topics in online courses.
I’m a lifelong learner and am always obsessively studying something, whether that’s breadmaking or language or wine or chess or writing or fitness. Here’s are two key lessons — both really the same lesson — I’ve learned about learning, in all my years of study and in trying to teach people: Almost everything I’ve learned, I didn’t learn in school; andAlmost everything my students (and kids) have learned, they learned on their own. Those two lessons (or one lesson) have a number of reasons and implications for learning. Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education. ReflectionsOnEmotional.pdf (Обект application/pdf) Education - How To Information. "Образованието и смисълът на живота" в "Пробуждане"
Институт за прогресивно образование - ИПО - Институт за прогресивно образование. European Commission - Education & Training - lifelong learning policy - The European Qualifications Framework (EQF) Android 4 Schools. Top 100 Education Blogs. Education blogs are becoming a means for educators, students, and education administrators to interact more effectively than ever before.
They are also a great resource for those searching for the best online education programs to jumpstart their teaching careers. Technorati currently tracks 63.1 million blogs. More than 5,000 of them are about education. It is likely that there are hundreds, if not thousands, more education-related blogs on the Web. (UPDATE: There are over 30,000 blogs hosted at edublogs.org alone. Please note that this is by no means an exhaustive list of all of the great education blogs out there. Blog Topics College | E-Learning | Education News | Education Policy | Internet Culture | Learning | Library and Research | Specialty | Teaching | Technology College These blogs provide tips for current college students. E-Learning Technology-assisted learning and online learning are topics discussed in these blogs.
Education News This Week in Education Education Policy Learning. Education. Didaque Ministries. Unschooling. Свобода в образованието. Chapters International - Workshop. Lester Laminack Digging Into DetailsWe often hear ourselves suggesting to young writers, "add some details".
That suggestion may lead to a loss of focus or confusion. I've been taken by the way children are using details. It seems that children are thinking of detail as a way to make their writing longer or that more is better. It's as if they are thinking a string of adjectives and physical descriptions scattered throughout the text makes it stronger. That has prompted me to return to my stash of picture books with attention to how writers use details. Lester L. Chapters International - Workshop. Lester Laminack Making Every Read Aloud an Intentional and PurposefulTogether we will explore the art and function of read-aloud experiences in the elementary classroom.
We will consider three broad intentions and six specific purposes for making read aloud an essential part of every day. Lester will demonstrate the art of reading aloud well with specific attention to tone, intensity, pacing and mood. We will explore how read-alouds can be a powerful tool in building language and literacy concepts. We will study how a set of thoughtfully selected and intentionally used picture books can be the scaffold to strengthen topic-specific teaching and learning. Come explore how a well-chosen text set can be organized to include read aloud, literature circles, and independent reading that will layer in vocabulary, scaffold concepts and help students visualize what they are reading in content area materials.