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When professional development plans are driven by the major changes in the field, it can feel as if yet another local and individual decision has been stripped away. The field is still working toward the best ways to implement teacher and principal evaluation systems in order to maintain fidelity with their dual purpose of improving practice and the achievement of all students. Not all agree that this is a sound process. The field is still working toward a full understanding of the Common Core while some are arguing its value and purpose. Learning something in an environment where the very thing is being reviled in the press and in some of our buildings and communities while it is mandated by education departments and school districts is a fracturing experience. Educators are being asked to cultivate young, innovative, creative minds which simultaneously perform well on tests as the measure of compliance and success. Things can be reprogrammed but living things grow.
Why Kids Care More About Achievement Than Helping Others
A new study suggests that parents and teachers may be sending kids the wrong message. A new study from Harvard University reveals that the message parents mean to send children about the value of empathy is being drowned out by the message we actually send: that we value achievement and happiness above all else. The Making Caring Common project at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education surveyed 10,000 middle and high school students about what was more important to them, “achieving at a high level, happiness, or caring for others.” Almost 80 percent of students ranked achievement or happiness over caring for others. Only 20 percent of students identified caring for others as their top priority. In the study, “The Children We Mean to Raise: The Real Messages Adults are Sending About Values,” the authors point to a “rhetoric/reality gap,” an incongruity between what adults tell children they should value and the messages we grown-ups actually send through our behavior.
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Licences explained Individuals Our individuals Developer licences are offered on a monthly subscription basis and priced in either US dollars or UK pounds. You can set up a recurring monthly payment and manage your account and billing details inside Codio. If you cancel at any time, your account runs to the end of the last paid licence period at which point your account and projects will be de-activated but not deleted. Schools and universities Schools and university licences are offered as academic year licences for a defined user group — teachers, lecturers, students and technicians — for each education institution. School and university organisations School and university user groups benefit from Codio's organization management tools. You can create you school or university organization with all your teaching staff, faculty members and students assigned to your organization. See our Docs for more information about school set up. Account owners
Web browsers are the most widely used software. In this primer, I will explain how they work behind the scenes. We will see what happens when you type google.com in the address bar until you see the Google page on the browser screen. The browsers we will talk about There are five major browsers used on desktop today: Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Opera. The browser's main functionality The main function of a browser is to present the web resource you choose, by requesting it from the server and displaying it in the browser window. The way the browser interprets and displays HTML files is specified in the HTML and CSS specifications. Browser user interfaces have a lot in common with each other. Address bar for inserting a URIBack and forward buttonsBookmarking optionsRefresh and stop buttons for refreshing or stopping the loading of current documentsHome button that takes you to your home page The browser's high level structure The browser's main components are (1.1): Syntax:
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This file contains a number of front-end interview questions that can be used when vetting potential candidates. It is by no means recommended to use every single question here on the same candidate (that would take hours). Choosing a few items from this list should help you vet the intended skills you require. Note: Keep in mind that many of these questions are open-ended and could lead to interesting discussions that tell you more about the person's capabilities than a straight answer would. Table of Contents Getting Involved General Questions: What did you learn yesterday/this week? HTML Questions: What does a doctype do? CSS Questions: JS Questions: duplicate([1,2,3,4,5]); // [1,2,3,4,5,1,2,3,4,5] Why is it called a Ternary expression, what does the word "Ternary" indicate? Testing Questions: What are some advantages/disadvantages to testing your code? Performance Questions: What tools would you use to find a performance bug in your code? Network Questions: Coding Questions: Fun Questions:
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Het terrein ligt in de polders dicht achter de kustlijn. Het is de omgeving van de vroegere hoeve de Sol. Enkele jaren geleden werd er het Zeebos aangeplant en een speelterrein ingericht. De Stad Blankenberge wil er de lokalen voor drie jeugdbewegingen bouwen. De noden en wensen zijn - op nuances na - zeer gelijkaardig voor de drie jeugdbewegingen. We willen geen drie onderscheiden gebouwen maken. Er werd zoveel mogelijk met oppervlaktemodules ontworpen: bij een wisselend ledenaantal in de verschillende leeftijdsgroepen kunnen zo naar keuze lokaalmodules worden samengenomen of gesplitst. De overkapping is een sloom hellend zadeldak met enkele nokken. Met de abelen van het Zeebos vlakbij, dachten we aan Lewerentz' Marcuskerk temidden van de berken.
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Mappa del sito Content and Language Integrated Learning apprendimento integrato di contenuti disciplinari in lingua straniera veicolare. • Ultima modifica: 18 October 2016 CLIL EXCELLENCE > Materiali > Como Lipomo Primaria > Italy – What Spectacular Landscapes! Italy – What Spectacular Landscapes! Materia: GEOGRAPHY Destinatari: Scuola primaria Classe: Quarta Autore: Jessica Stanzi Materia: GEOGRAPHY Destinatari: Scuola primaria Classe: Quarta Istituto scolastico: IC Como Lora Lipomo Autore: Jessica Stanzi Pubblicato il 30 June 2016 da CLILadm Contenuto in: Area Riservata, Como Lipomo Primaria, Materiali, Materiali Primaria Tag: Appenines Italy map lake Landscapes montains Pianura Padana sea water body Lascia un commento Devi fare il log in per inserire un commento. Credits Sito realizzato da WebMaster su modello della comunità di pratica Versione 2015.1.6.7 Proudly powered by WordPress • HTML5 • CSS
Italy – What Spectacular Landscapes! – CLIL EXCELLENCE
20 September 16 Symbols on Geo Maps (Italy) Subject: Geography Authors: Arabia F., Colombo R., Cappelletti L., Gerosa E., Maspero G., Russotto A. 20 September 16 Recycle, Reuse and Reduce Subject: Science Authors: De Pieri L., Galimberti G., Gasparini M., Maspero G. 20 September 16 Catch the rainbow! Subjects: Science, Literacy., Citizenship, Maths Class: 2nd . 3th – Primary School Author: :Angela Panzarella 18 September 16 Materials and Mammals with the 3 lil’ pigs Subject/s: Literacy, Arts&Craft, Science, Geography, P.E., Music. 3 September 16 Weather and climate Subject: Geography Authors: Manuela Schiavone, Daria Salvo, Enrica Giusti Lower Secondary School Scuola secondaria di I grado Class: 1st year 3 September 16 Working out maps Subjects: geography Target:Primary School – YEAR 2 Authors: Brigatti Ramona, Brioschi Roberta, Cazzaniga Gerarda, Cocozza Cinzia, DeRinaldis Concetta, Fossati Emma, Lombardi Laura, Messina Irene, Ornaghi Simona, Roggia Alessandra, Santoro Angela, Varisco Laura
Materiali Primaria – CLIL EXCELLENCE
Back to Top The project needs were based on several reports, e.g. Eurydice “Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) at School in Europe 2006” which in “Factors inhibiting general implementation” points at a need for training language teachers in the special skills needed to provide CLIL through initial and in-service training programs devoted to methods used to teach a subject in other languages. The report also points at a need for teaching materials geared to CLIL in the target language that cover subjects in the national curriculum. In “CLIL/EMILE in Europe”, the recommendations for extending good practice proposes to develop thematic CLIL modules that would also act as a means for developing teacher competence in CLIL. CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) is emerging across Europe where only six countries appear to be bystanders. The project consortium represents different stages in the application of CLIL. N.B. Water – Three States of Matter Level A1 Prehistory Plants
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Property, wealth, and the "American Dream" in "Barn Burning" Pamela S. Saur, Lamar University In the teaching of literature, we often make fruitful use of the Socratic method, a term that generally refers to the attempt to help students generate their own thoughts by guiding them through questioning. Such questions range from general queries involving such key elements as character, plot, setting, and theme, to major and minor questions posed by each particular work, to questions involving the application of particular theoretical frameworks. In teaching William Faulkner’s widely anthologized, widely taught story, “Barn Burning” (1939), I have learned the importance of posing certain questions that encourage reading “against the grain.” The following six “Socratic” questions, focusing on a “materialist” approach, are offered as useful for class discussion or writing assignments. Describe the buildings in the story, their presentation and importance. Works Cited Faulkner, William.
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