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Procrastinación, “el problema más grave en la educación” (y cómo vencerlo) - BBC Mundo. Derechos de autor de la imagen Thinkstock Este año nuevo, como de costumbre, muchas personas se propusieron hacer cambios fundamentales en 2017 que, a estas alturas, ya pospusieron para 2018.

Procrastinación, “el problema más grave en la educación” (y cómo vencerlo) - BBC Mundo

¿Por qué nos la pasamos aplazando lo que debemos -y a veces hasta queremos- hacer? ¿Por qué la procrastinación es un problema tan común y uno que, según expertos, afecta particularmente a los estudiantes y académicos? Whiteboard animation. Petits contes mathématiques : le théorème de Pythagore - francetv é... Logiciels/appli/ Directorios web. A grandes rasgos, un directorio es un almacén de direcciones web catalogadas por “temática”.

Directorios web

Cartes interactives flash. TBI et Géographie - animations FLASH. Flipped Classroom. MapFight - compare country size. 1st International Collection of Tongue Twisters. TRABALENGUAS. Trabalenguas infantiles para todas las edades en Trabalenguas. Los trabalenguas, también llamados destrabalenguas, son oraciones o textos breves, en cualquier idioma, creados para que su pronunciación en voz alta sea difícil de pronunciar.



Science. École techno. Mind map. This article is about the visual diagram.

Mind map

For the geographical concept, see Mental mapping. A mind map about the sport of tennis A mind map is a diagram used to visually organize information. A mind map is hierarchical and shows relationships among pieces of the whole.[1] It is often created around a single concept, drawn as an image in the center of a blank page, to which associated representations of ideas such as images, words and parts of words are added.

Major ideas are connected directly to the central concept, and other ideas branch out from those. Mind maps can be drawn by hand, either as "rough notes" during a lecture, meeting or planning session, for example, or as higher quality pictures when more time is available. Origins[edit] The semantic network was developed in the late 1950s as a theory to understand human learning and developed further by Allan M. Popularisation of the term "mind map"[edit] 42 STEM iPad Apps for Kids (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Kids.

Thorp’s E-Books. Below you will find the links to all of the textbooks and textbook resources that are available on-line.

Thorp’s E-Books

If you have lost your username and password see Mrs. Montemayor CPS Virtual Library National Geographic -students in K-5th Grade PBIS Science-Students in 6th-8th Grade Social Studies- Macmillian/McGraw-Hill Story Town Grade1. How to use EdPuzzle for differentiation. Check out this great resource for differentiation and the flipped classroom: EdPuzzle.

How to use EdPuzzle for differentiation

It lets you mark up videos with commentary, crop them for time and embed quizzes. And as an educator, you can see behind-the-scenes exactly how students are engaging with your content, so you can use EdPuzzle for differentiation. Let me walk you through how to get up and running with it. The following two tabs change content below. Susan Hennessey is a reformed librarian and current professional development coordinator with a particular interest in digital credentials and scavenger hunts. Related. EDPuzzle : morpher tout vidéo en ressource pédagogique. «Transformer» n’était pas aussi accrocheur que «morpher», lui donner une autre forme, mais c’est de ça qu’il s’agit avec EDpuzzle : prendre un vidéo à peu près convenable et le transformer selon vos besoins en la raccourcissant, en ajoutant votre voix ou des informations textuelles et des images et surtout en posant des questions, questions-quizz dont les réponses seront compilées et rapportées.

EDPuzzle : morpher tout vidéo en ressource pédagogique

La prise en main est rapide et le résultat, pour peu que vous sachiez quoi dire, est tout à fait intéressant,. Avec les pauses quizz et autres informations qu’il est possible d’ajouter tout au long de la ligne de temps du vidéo vous serez capable de faire ressortir les points clés. Storyline Online - Where Reading Is Fun! Potfolios. Taxonomía de Bloom.

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Aprender ¶ enseñar. Idiomas ¶ Narración de Voz en Off, Narración en Primera Persona, Femenino & Masculino. Dictionary Game. By Claire Owen Age Range: 7 to 11 Each child has a dictionary (or partnered if resources are limited).

Dictionary Game

The teacher randomly chooses a word and the children race to find it in their dictionaries. The first child to find it reads out the definition. They then get to chose the next word to search for! This is great fun and creates real competition between the children to be the first to find the word. An enjoyable way of getting children to familarise themsevles with dictionaries.

Ewan Hackett has contributed this variation to the above game... Pick a random word from a dictionary and get the children to look it up. In the order they were looked up or rearrange them and use them in alphabetical order. Troy Landrebe has contributed another variation... Another suggestion is to give the groups a definition and have them find the word in their dictionary. Futurelab - Innovation in education. Mental. "La vieja escuela no sirve en el siglo XXI" - Nativos digitales: ¿neotradicionalistas, usuarios o simplemente ...


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