Periodic Bathroom by Lusi-chan on DeviantArt. Category:Traditional toys - Wikipedia. Kiwi Crate. Teach Beside Me. Brain Games Season 4. Fit Brains. Games for Change. Zooniverse - Real Science Online. Galaxy Zoo. The Science Behind Foldit. Foldit is a revolutionary new computer game enabling you to contribute to important scientific research.
This page describes the science behind Foldit and how your playing can help. What is a protein? Proteins are the workhorses in every cell of every living thing. Your body is made up of trillions of cells, of all different kinds: muscle cells, brain cells, blood cells, and more. Inside those cells, proteins are allowing your body to do what it does: break down food to power your muscles, send signals through your brain that control the body, and transport nutrients through your blood. What are amino acids? Science Learning Hub. Biotech Learning Hub. Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles. The Great Language Game. Raspberry Pi. Mentored online courses and degrees. Learn to code. Code Monster from Crunchzilla.
<h2>Code Monster gets kids excited about programming.
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Origami Instructions - Instructions on How to Make Origami. Joseph Wu's Origami Page. Origami Resource Center: everything you need is here! Puzzles to make: the amazing TangraMagic puzzle. Matter - Online Tangram Puzzles @ gieson.com. Solve Rubik's Cube 3x3 - Stage 1. Home > 3x3_guide Solving Guide This is the 2x2 version of Erno Rubik’s original Rubik’s cube.
This cube is sometimes called the Pocket Cube or the Mini Cube. You might think only having 4 faces on each size makes it easy, but it’s still a challenge. Here are some videos and guides that will help you figure it out. Pubertet (1:8): Hvordan starter det? // Puberty: How does it start? 9 skills they don't teach in school (but should)
In Michigan, legislators are mulling over a plan intended to increase the number of CPR-trained members in their community by requiring that students learn the lifesaving skill before they graduate from high school.
If it passes, the new bill would require schools to teach CPR and the use of defibrillators to students at least one time between grades 7 and 12. In an age of standardized testing, students are spending more time learning how to fill in a circle with a pencil and less time learning skills that might help them get by — and get ahead — in life. Here are nine courses we wish more schools would add to their curriculum: 1. First aid. 2. 3. 4. How to teach your kids about their brain. - Your Brain Health.
Knowledge is power.
So learning about the brain lays strong foundations for emotional intelligence. Wise words from clinical psychologist Dr Hazel Harrington the author of this week’s blog post. When children understand what’s happening in the brain, it can be the first step to having the power to make choices. Knowledge can be equally powerful to parents too. Francetv éducation - la plateforme des parents, élèves et enseignants. Bienvenue sur le site de la Joie par les livres : livres et lecture pour la jeunesse.
Livres pour enfants. ICDL - International Children's Digital Library. Homeschooled children have higher graduation rates, more social prowess. (NaturalNews) Homeschooling, once steeped in negativity and subject to eyebrow-raising naysayers, is fast-sweeping the nation as an alternative educational method that comes with higher graduation rates than traditional schooling.(1) In fact, there are approximately 2.2 million students in the United States who receive home education, and experts note that its popularity has continued, rather than waned, through the years.
These students have been found to score up to 30 percentile points above public-school students on standardized academic achievement tests.(2) With homeschooling, children are taught under the direction of family members who maintain that learning at home allows youngsters to obtain customized instruction that public schools do not regularly provide, while simultaneously strengthening family relationships in a safe environment.(2) Higher graduation rates, test scores among homeschooled children. Socialization: Tackling Homeschooling's "S" Word . Education . PBS Parents. The mainstream perception of homeschool students is that they are an antisocial bunch, toiling away lonely hours at a kitchen table with only their parents for friends.
But homeschoolers themselves will tell you that socialization—the “S-word,” as some call it—is really a nonissue. “Socialization is always the hot topic,” says Kate Fridkis, an adult who was unschooled until she was college age. Fridkis, who blogs about homeschooling at skipping-school.com, says that when she tells people she was homeschooled, they often respond by asking if she had any friends. “People seem to translate the term [homeschooling] literally into ‘school in the home,'” she says.
“But you’re actually socializing so much more than your average kid who’s sitting in class all day.” For Fridkis, homeschooling gave her the freedom to immerse herself in her community—and to develop relationships with people who were outside of her age group. National Home Education Research Institute president Brian Ray agrees. i.bnet.com/blogs/homeschool.pdf. Research Facts on Homeschooling. Brian D.
Ray, Ph.D.January 6, 2015 Download/Print PDF Version. Q & A with Ra Uru Hu: Left-ness & Right-ness In Traditional Education. Les enfants ne savent pas se servir d’un ordinateur et vous devriez vous en inquiéter. This Will Make You Smarter: 151 Big Thinkers Each Pick a Concept to Enhance Your Cognitive Toolkit. 14 Ways to Acquire Knowledge: A Timeless Guide from 1936. Consider the knowledge you already have — the things you really know you can do.
They are the things you have done over and over; practiced them so often that they became second nature. Every normal person knows how to walk and talk. But he could never have acquired this knowledge without practice. THE ABOLITION OF WORK. Current-teaching-1-ilnii-1257277891710.jpg 3 636 × 1 925 pixels. Redefining family: the archives. Second Language Acquisition Theories. Over the past three decades a number of different theories of second language acquisition have been formed in an effort to provide explanations as to how language learning takes place, to identify the variables responsible for second language acquisition and to offer guidance to second language teachers.
Each theory accounts for language acquisition from a different perspective so some criteria are needed in order to classify and evaluate each theory. Theories of second language acquisition can be classified according to different criteria. According to their form theories can be classified along a continuum with ‘deductive’ on one end and ‘inductive’ on the other. Theories following the deductive approach contain concepts and constructs that are assumed to be true without proof. These are the axioms of the theory. Unlike the deductive approach, the inductive approach does not begin with axioms. With regard to the content, theories are distinguished into ‘macro’ and ‘micro’ theories.
Raising Multilingual Children: blogging carnival : the piri-piri lexicon. Welcome to the second instalment of our blogging carnival on raising multilingual children. Cordelia, aka the Multilingual Mama, did a great job last month to get us started with the new version of this blogging carnival. Her issue was full of great posts with tips and ideas. As this month's host, I thought I'd reiterate my thanks to Letizia from Bilingue per gicoco who started this amazing community. EMPRESS MONE'S CLOSET. Le blog joseph-jacotot. Jacques Rancière: Le Maître ignorant. Accueil du portail - Éduscol. Pédagogie positive : 10 phrases positives à dire aux enfants.
J’ai récemment appris de Christophe André que les enfants forgent leur façon d’être par imitation. Alors je me suis demandée comment être l’exemple qui leur permettrait d’attraper, à leur tour, le meilleur de la vie et le meilleur d’eux-mêmes, pour plus tard. J’ai croisé le travail de Paul Axtell que je vous livre ici. Pour nous habituer à préparer nos petits et presque grands à une vie riche, positivement réaliste, et en paix avec eux-mêmes. Pour voir ce diaporama, inspiré du livre Dix phrases positives à dire aux enfants.