Www.doe.virginia.gov/support/technology/administrators_teachers_staff/teacher_guidelines.pdf. The Favorite TED Talks Of The TED Talks Education Speakers. (photo credit: TED website) Last month, we wrote about the ‘TED Talks Education’ live event which showcased some great speakers like Sir Ken Robinson and Bill Gates.
Each of the diverse group of teachers and education advocates delivered a short, high-impact talk on the theme of teaching and learning. To keep you inspired and learning, TED asked each speaker to compile a list of their favorite TED talks, which are linked below. Each has curated a list for you to enjoy, and each list reflects the speaker and his or her interests. Thanks to the speakers for sharing, and thanks to TED for putting these lists out there . Sir Ken Robinson chose his favorite talks, spanning creative methods of learning and powerful spoken word.
Doesn’t get much more ‘meta’ than this, eh? EduNation podcast. 21st Century PLNs for School Leaders. As many school administrators are enjoying their summer break, we all tend to think of ways that we can make our school better in the upcoming year.
Often, I point school principals and district leaders to a powerful post by Will Richardson that helps us point the finger right at ourselves when we are looking to push our school ahead. Richardson states: "Meaningful change ain't gonna happen for our kids if we're not willing to invest in it for ourselves first. At the heart, it's not about schools . . . it's about us. " With that being said, I have spent the last few years focusing a great deal on my work as an instructional leader within my role as school-based principal, and now as division principal.
So for the administrator new to the world of social media and all of the possibilities that it holds for developing instructional leadership, here are three ways that I would suggest starting to learn this summer 1) Start a Twitter Account "Go the way, know the way, show the way. " Conclusion. Www.setda.org/c/document_library/get_file?folderId=321&name=DLFE-1587.pdf. Curriculum 21 - Mapping the Global Classroom of the Future - Cl. Gizmodo.
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The FNI Learning Community model supports students in all four of these defined areas, as demonstrated by Norma Rose Point School in Vancouver, British Columbia. This new video from Fielding Nair International shows how successful innovative spaces can be through the voices of the school community. View the video here: ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO DIRECTOR – BANGALORE, INDIA Are you passionate about learning and design? Do you want to design the learning environments of the future all around the world? PROJECT ARCHITECT/PROJECT MANAGER SOUGHT IN BALTIMORE We are currently seeking a Project Architect or Project Manager with at least 5 years of experience managing and leading projects to work in our Baltimore Studio. INTERN – ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER Are you passionate about learning and design? See more details here.
Adjusting the curriculum, teaching strategies, and classroom environment to better meet the needs of all students. In a differentiated classroom: Student differences shape the curriculumPre-assessment is typical and frequentMultiple options for students are offeredThere is variable pacingVaried grading criteria are usedIndividual efforts and growth are honored from How to Differentiate Mixed-Ability Classrooms by Carol-Ann Tomlinson How do I Differentiate? Differentiate According to Student ReadinessDifferentiate According to Student InterestDifferentiate According to Student Learning Profiles What do I Differentiate? Differentiate ContentDifferentiate ProcessDifferentiate Products Please visit the Strategies page to learn more. How do I get started? Curriculum Design Model This site is maintained by Angela Cunningham and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
Ed Organizations. Response to Intervention. Page Content Response to Intervention is an outgrowth of changes in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation.
Previously, children who struggled academically in school had to: fit the qualifications of a legislated category (special education, 504, English Language Learners) to ensure there was funding for extra services; and fall significantly before being served. Rules and regulations varied from state to state and level to level. A student who qualified as gifted in Minnesota might not be “gifted” in Colorado. Response to Intervention’s goal is to meet the needs of all students at risk for failure, whether or not they qualify for a legislated program. Response to Intervention in District 11 All District 11 schools are implementing RtI for grades K-12.