Category: Cycle 7. 2016Goals. 30 Goals eConference Recordings. Oh! The Places You Will Go! Digital Pedagogy Inspired by Dr. Seuss. Saddle Up & Rope ‘Em In! Codes to Teach Like a Cowboy / Cowgirl I am SO very excited to announce that two educators whom I greatly respect and admire are going to guest speak on our #TLChat Virtual Cafe webinar series: Shelly Terrell & Jake Duncan "Teaching can feel like trying to conquer the Wild West.
Digital Activities & Icebreakers for Gen Y. Recently added to the Survival Tips for Teachers “The number one benefit of educational technology is that it empowers people to do what they want to do.
It lets people be creative … productive … learn things they didn’t think they could learn before, and so in a sense it is all about potential.” – Steve Ballmer Our students’ digital behavior influences our learning, language, rituals, values, routines, customs, and communication. What we share, post, like, and comment on impacts us, our peers, and people around the world.
Just think, a person took a picture and posted it online with the word, “Selfie!” Tips. Webinars. Rose Bard sur Twitter : "If you missed Debbie Tebovich presentation, you can watch the recording here: #30goalsedu. PhilHart. Student Projects « My Mathima. Consider projects as a hidden treasure.
That x which marks the spot where all the efforts meet or where they might begin. Some are small, just simple tasks we go through to add some of ourselves to whatever it is we’re learning; others are immense, they are born to us, they develop through us, they shape and take our learning forward. Whether you’ll go for TBL (task-based learning) or PBL (project-based learning), you’ll discover that placing yourself as a teacher in the background, you give learners the opportunity to see things for themselves; to experience what it’s like to have questions and pursue the answers to them.
It is all about the skills, yes; the skills we should all try and develop, the skills that can bring meaning to our future and their future. Please keep in mind that ‘background’ doesn’t mean ‘absence’. I’ve always taken things one at a time. The #Gamers. Sarah Thomas, #edtech Professional Developer and Presenter. Keep on Teaching. Box of Chocolates « Because you never know what you're going to get :-) Disabled Access Friendly.
Teach Like a PIRATE! Mrs. P's magic library. Write your story, change history - Brad Meltzer. Finding my Voice to Become a Learner Again. This is my story why I am so passionate about transforming teaching and learning.Barbara Bray, co-founder, Personalize Learning, LLCI was brought up in a house of artists in Maryland.
My mother, a fine artist, raised me with the idea that I could draw whatever I wanted and especially to draw my own way including outside the lines. I was raised to be creative, to come up with new ideas and to ask lots of questions. Toolkit. Updated Personalization vs. Differentiation vs. Individualization Chart Version 3. Personalization v Differentiation v Individualization (PDI) Chart (Version 3) The PDI chart was created for a reason: to clarify the differences in these terms.
In 2010, the National Ed Tech Plan defined all three of these terms as they are related to instruction. We needed to emphasize the differences: Personalization is learner-centered. The other two, Differentiation and Individualization are teacher-centered. Personalization or Personalized Learning means the learner is driving their learning. It has been sometime since we initially published the PDI Chart in January 2012. We updated the chart again to version 3 from your feedback. Mindset Matters. Mindset is about believing in yourself.
Carol Dweck, the Lewis and Virginia Eaton Professor of Psychology and author of "Mindset" discovered in her research at Stanford that belief guides a large part of your life. Much of what you think of as your personality actually grows out of this "mindset" and could prevent you from fulfilling your potential. You can have either a fixed mindset or a growth mindset. 30goalsconference3 on Pinterest. DebbieT. ChrisRogers. DanHaesler. 30goalsconference3 on Pinterest. 30 Goals - Badge List. #30GoalsEDU Conference: a Presenter’s Reflection. Introduction and Background I was delighted when Shelly Terrell (Twitter: @ShellTerrell, blog invited me to give a keynote presentation at the 30 Goals E-Conference in July of 2015 on the topic of silos and connectivism.
When I sat down to start preparing slides for the presentation, I had expected to go through the usual process of doing a “brain dump”, leaving the material to organise itself as I went from slide to slide. I went into Google Slides, looked at the blankness, and realised that I had nothing to work with. Yes, I had a few personal memories, and I was aware of headlines about what the Finns were doing, but there was nothing of any real substance that I could use. Research Time! The time had come to dig into what was behind the headlines in the news outlets, find out what was currently happening in schools and universities both inside and outside Finland, and read curriculum documents. Shelly Sanchez sur Twitter : "Key drivers of the Finnish Education system via @Philhart #30goalsedu Keynote #edchat. Shelly Sanchez sur Twitter : "Looking forward to @chrisrogers07 pres in 10min! He's already posting the videos #30GoalsEdu.
Edu Passion Pitch & 13yr-old Keynote, Joshua Williams. EduMatch/PassionPitch - The 30 Goals Challenge for Teachers.