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12 Practical Tips for Remote Learning During School Closures - SULS057. Anglais en lycée professionnel, Aix - Marseille, "a,b,c": alternance présentiel/distanciel, enseignement hybride et continuité; découvrez le dispositif académique. Approches pédagogiques enseignement à distance (video) Approches pédagogiques enseignement à distance (ppt) Lettres HG 1 à by laetitia2.leraut on Genially. eSainteAnne | Innovation Sainte-Anne. Formations | Innovation Sainte-Anne. Back-to-School 2021. 4 Strategies to Scaffold Complex But Essential Reading. Within any classroom, there’s generally a wide range of reading proficiency among students. While some may struggle with a text’s vocabulary or structure, others wrestle with making deeper connections or inferences because they lack the background knowledge to comprehend what they’re reading, writes Jeanne Wanzek for American Educator, a blog of the American Federation of Teachers.

All students, whether they have reading difficulties or not, need to absorb and process complex content that is often the foundation to future lessons. And they need to learn how to deconstruct challenging texts for themselves, pulling out and evaluating important information and concepts so they can talk and write about them. “In truth, most students (even many who are strong readers) need instruction in successfully reading and understanding text in specific disciplines,” writes Wanzek, a professor in the department of special education at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Youtube. Digging into design thinking: 10 key ideas. It’s well documented that the world is moving away from routine, repetitive, low cognitive capacity jobs. The “four C’s” — critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity — are on the rise. Instead of being told what to do, workers will need to do more brainstorming, more creating, more problem solving. What better way to learn that than by making something? That’s what design thinking is all about. John Spencer and A.J.

Juliani define design thinking in the book LAUNCH: Using Design Thinking to Boost Creativity and Bring Out the Maker in Every Student. They say … Design thinking isn’t a subject, topic or class. I like to think of it as identifying a problem and solving that problem by making something. The book LAUNCH is a blueprint for bringing this kind of thinking into the classroom. And it’s all done in pursuit of standards and your curriculum. Here are some of the key ideas I’ve gained from reading the book and from John’s online course: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Singapore's 21st-Century Teaching Strategies (Education Everywhere Series) Seven Questions That Guide the Work of Inspired Teachers - ASCD Inservice. By Carol Ann Tomlinson I’m near the ocean where the sky is bright blue and the water is placid, but I can’t help recalling how gray, mute, and turbulent the last 15 months have been. While I spent most of that time wrestling with a book I began four years ago, the process was surprisingly more a gift than a burden.

During the long isolation of the pandemic, the book gave me a reason to get out of bed, shake off the mullygrubs, and provoke my brain into gear. Crucially, it gave me a reason to be hopeful for a better future at a time when the world was making me, like many others, skeptical of hoping. The book, So Each May Soar: Principles and Practices of Learner-Centered Classrooms, explores what our classrooms might look like if we focused our considerable efforts on what highly effective teaching looks like. While writing, it occurred to me to bring together and compare two resources I’d previously studied. Who are these students? Carol Ann Tomlinson is William Clay Parrish, Jr. How to Apply Insights From Neuroscience in the Classroom. Understanding, even minimally, how the brain works when it comes to learning can help teachers more effectively educate students. In her recently released book, Uncommon Sense Teaching: Practical Insights in Brain Science to Help Students Learn, Dr.

Barbara Oakley and her coauthors provide easy-to-understand explanations of neuroscience concepts and practical tips for how teachers can help students learn more effectively no matter what the content. I recently met with Dr. Oakley and learned about some of the neuroscience concepts on which her book is based, as well as practical advice for how teachers can apply this information in the classroom. Understanding Working Memory As explained in Uncommon Sense Teaching, we can think of information as a collection of balls. Special education teachers and learning specialists are well aware of the effect that working memory capacity can have on a student’s ability to learn. “As teachers,” Dr. Declarative Versus Procedural Pathways to Learning. Présentation - Réseau Canopé. Depuis 2020, la crise sanitaire a bouleversé nos façons de travailler, d’apprendre et d’enseigner. Combiner présentiel et distanciel est devenu la norme.

Cette évolution implique de repenser l’apprentissage de manière globale pour y inclure pleinement les temps passé en dehors de la classe et réfléchir à la meilleure manière d’alterner les moments où les élèves sont en classe entière, en groupes ou en autonomie. Ce dossier vous propose de faire un tour d’horizon – en 4 étapes – des éléments clés et pratiques innovantes concernant ce nouveau mode d’enseignement. Pour prolonger cette présentation, vous trouverez une sélection de webinaires et de sites référents, à découvrir en fonction de vos projets ou de vos besoins.

Une démarche pour faire un bilan de l’année afin de mieux planifier la prochaine. Ajouter aux favoris (0) La création de favoris est réservée aux abonnés! Connectez-vous : Nul besoin de rappeler que la dernière année scolaire aura été le théâtre de plusieurs adaptations dans les milieux scolaires. Au terme de cette année, les équipes-écoles sont invitées à prendre une pause pour poser un regard sur les apprentissages réalisés afin de mieux se projeter dans l’avenir.

Des personnes-ressources du RÉCIT proposent une démarche pour réaliser ce bilan. « Selon moi, il est important que les gestionnaires scolaires profitent de la fin de l’année pour amorcer une réflexion collective avec leur équipe. Ce temps d’arrêt, juste avant les vacances, peut être l’occasion de tirer profit des acquis réalisés et des défis rencontrés cette année pour pouvoir les utiliser comme levier afin de se projeter dans le futur », fait remarquer Mélissa Bricault, conseillère RÉCIT au Centre de services scolaire des Mille-Îles. Puisque les gestionnaires se demandent souvent « Par où commencer? Online courses on essential topics for educators. 10 ways to reach SAMR's redefinition level. When I saw Dr. Ruben Puentedura’s SAMR model for the first time, I thought two things: 1. “Wow, why hasn’t anyone shown me this sooner?” 2. “How can I get to the redefinition level?” If you’re where I was when I asked question 1 above, here’s your brief synopsis: SAMR is a technology integration model that basically shows the way to get the most out of your technology in the classroom.

Redefinition is at the top of the SAMR model, but that doesn’t mean that you “win” or that you’re doing it right only if you reach redefinition. But redefinition is the Holy Grail. At a recent conference, I was asked for some redefinition examples, and I realized that that’s what we’re all really looking for: ideas we can modify so we can get there too. Here are 10 ideas for reaching SAMR’s redefinition level: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. eBook authors: Creating an eBook opens students’ work up to a global audience. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Do you have another great use of SAMR’s redefinition? Digital Differentiation with G Suite Tools - SULS016. THE BIG REVEAL: Showing Students How Metacognition Works. As adults, we are so used to this kind of thinking that we are hardly aware we are doing it, and even less aware that young people are still developing these important metacognitive skills. More importantly, as adults we can think about our thinking (like you just did). We have the gift of age (acquired metacognitive skills) and the curse of knowledge (being unaware of how much we know compared to what students may know).

Our job as educators is to help students notice and articulate the strategies they use to solve problems, both successful and unsuccessful, and reflect on that process. The good news is that there is plenty of research indicating that we can teach metacognitive regulation to students through explicit instruction, lots of modeling, and practice. Several large studies and reports have taken on the task of researching the 'how' of teaching metacognition. The best teachers know what they know and show how they think through modeling.

Théorie cognitive de l'apprentissage multimédia. Rendre un média, lisible, compréhensible et agréable à consulter pour votre apprenant n’est pas toujours facile. Quels principes de design appliquer ? Comment connaitre l’efficacité de votre dispositif ? Ne bougez plus. Aujourd’hui, je vous propose de répondre à ces questions à l’aide de la théorie cognitive du multimédia de Mayer (2003). Mais, d’abord, je vous propose de vous donner une définition de quelques concepts qui vous seront utiles dans cet article. Quelques définitions La mémoire de travail : (voir cet article Sydologie : c’est le système de mémoire qui permet le stockage et la manipulation temporaire et limitée d’une information pendant la réalisation de tâches diverses. La mémoire à long terme : c’est le système de stockage permanent et en théorie illimité de l’information. Comment marche l’apprentissage ? Les trois charges cognitives Comment, me direz-vous ?

Êtes-vous prêt ? How to Select Instructional Strategies That Students Can Master. When teachers prepare lessons, they often incorporate new strategies—graphic organizers, mnemonics, charts, word banks, written outlines, and other materials—in the hope that variety will attract and hold student interest. Novelty can, however, have a negative impact on learning as students may spend more time trying to figure out how to use the strategy than on the concepts and big ideas they should be learning. And with so many different options to learn, students may not practice the strategy enough to use it independently of the teacher.

To help select which strategies to use as the mainstays of instruction, teachers should consider the following questions: How can students use the strategy across disciplines? Below are three examples of instructional strategies that can have a big impact on student learning. 1. These are simple criteria or questions that students use repeatedly when approaching tasks with similar thinking demand. “I can summarize information by doing the following: A Practical Timeline for Flipping Your Classroom | Edpuzzle Blog. So you’re interested in flipping your classroom but aren’t sure how to get started? Or you’re wondering how much time you should really expect to dedicate to creating videos? Settle in – you’ve come to the right place! If the idea of flipping your classroom is giving you nightmares, take a deep breath – there’s no need to panic!

The great thing about flipped learning is that it doesn’t have to happen all at once. In fact, it’s better if it doesn’t. We’re breaking down what year one of flipped learning would look like by marking period, so you can start flipping your classroom at any time during the school year. First Marking Period Whether you want to start flipping your class at the beginning of the year in August or September or it’s your New Year’s resolution for January, how to get started will be the same. For the first marking period that you’re implementing flipped learning, you’ll be starting off slowly.

Second Marking Period Third Marking Period Fourth Marking Period What Comes Next. Game design in the classroom: 8 steps to get started. How to Use Education Technology - The Ultimate Guide. In his popular book, Ditch That Textbook, Matt Miller argues that the textbook is a relic from the days when teachers were the keepers of knowledge to be delivered to students in healthy doses of lectures and notes. The fact of the matter is that in today’s digital world, educators are no longer the gatekeepers of information, and students know it. Instead, the role of the educator should be to guide students as they navigate the wealth of information available at their fingertips.

Breaking free from textbooks doesn’t have to mean doing away with them entirely, but it does mean that educators need to be using relevant digital media to supplement material. Whether we choose to show them or not, students are going to find information online. Matt Miller’s argument about ditching textbooks is really an argument about ditching an antiquated mindset about how students learn. Passer du présentiel à l'hybride (rapidement) Enseigner à distance HES-SO/HEP Valais.

Pratiques inspirantes d'ici et d'ailleurs. How and why flip your classroom? The 5 C's of Student Engagement in the Era of Zoom | Blog. By Primrose Cameron You’ve all seen it: the Zoom sessions hour after hour, until many students are “zoomed out” from desperately attempting to find a learning opportunity to grasp. Maintaining student interest for a half-hour, much less two or three hours, seems extremely challenging in a remote learning environment.

However, it is possible, if educators keep the human factor in mind and assess students’ well-being along the way. While we know in-person learning is far more effective, educators across the nation have answered the call to pandemic-related remote instruction by developing meaningful lessons and providing virtual student engagement. After speaking to many in the field, I would like to share with you what I call “The 5 C’s” for student engagement, adapted from the way we taught “pre-pandemic,” when we all enjoyed and appreciated in-person learning: consistency, checking for understanding, communicating, collaborating and congratulating. Consistency Check for Understanding. Is SAMR Dead? | Tech & Learning. An incredible tool to think about the integration of technology with instruction was developed in 2010 by Ruben Puentedera when he introduced what we now know as the SAMR model. The acronym stands for Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, and Redefinition, and the intention was to create a shared language across multiple disciplines so that teachers would be able to determine the best use of technology as an instructional tool.

Loui Lord Nelson and Andrew Churches inspired Kathy Schrock to create the image above of the model associating it with the levels of the new Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy. Many teachers successfully adopted the SAMR model to help them determine the best way to introduce a technology and scaffold learning to the redefinition level. In fact, the Technology Integration Matrix gives a nod to the model in the technology integration levels of the rubric. So, it begs the question, “Is SAMR a fatality of COVID?” So, SAMR is not dead but rather evolved. Dr. Dr. 7 stratégies pour un apprentissage en profondeur. 12Strategies. Les principes d'un enseignement efficace. Comment procède-t-on pour enseigner une nouvelle notion de manière efficace?

Les recherches en psychologie cognitive sur le cerveau et l’apprentissage ainsi que celles sur les pratiques d’enseignement et d’apprentissage ont permis de dégager les principes d’un enseignement dit « efficace ». Cette infographie présente une adaptation du document « The Principles of Instruction », d’après les propos de Barak Rosenshine, professeur de l’University of Illinois.

Pour consultation sur mobile, cliquez ici. Pour imprimer ce document, cliquez ici. Stratégies d'enseignement. 10 éléments importants pour appliquer la Métacognition en classe by profholroyd on Genially. How to Create a Self-Paced Classroom. Apprendre à apprendre : les ressources. Taxonomie de Bloom (domaine cognitif)

Infographies – SCIENCES COGNITIVES & PÉDAGOGIE. LES CPS au service des réussites by benedicte.hare on Genially. Enseigner plus explicitement : l'essentiel en quatre pages. Basculer dans l'enseignement à distance en 24h. 15 stratégies pédagogiques by Stéphane SALAMA on Genially. Les compétences du XXIe siècle. La spirale de la e-education. Comment utiliser la taxonomie de Bloom en classe? 8 YouTube-inspired classroom video ideas. 10 bonnes raisons d’adopter le microlearning. Les gestes professionnels dans la classe - Dominique Bucheton - livre.

Outil n10 aide aux enseignants pedagogie differenciee. Meaningful Technology Integration and Dynamic Learning (5-Part Episode Series) Scénario pédagogique. Hybrid Teaching Tips. Youtube pour les profs ! MOOC: "Bridging Distance and In-School Learning – Blended Learning in Practice" | Teacher Academy Course.

Attività Corso: "Insegnare in modo attivo con il TEAL" Comment concevoir un cours en ligne ? Alterner entre enseignement synchrone et asynchrone. Guide enseignement à distance. Actively Learn - Professional Learning Center. Susciter l’engagement des élèves en contexte d’apprentissage en ligne. L'Evaluation Intégrée. Enseignement sur des données probantes 1. Engagement Strategies for Reimagined Classrooms. Cours : Les stratégies d'enseignement et leurs intégrations à l'aide les TIC.

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Art of teaching. 9 Unique Ways to use Technology in the Classroom. 3 Strategies to Help Middle and High School Students Move From Start to Finish in Project-Based Learning. Using High-Impact, Evidence-Based strategies to Improve Online Teaching. 5 Tips to Prepare for Blended Learning. Podcasting for Educators | Tech & Learning. Tutoriel : je crée ma chaîne Youtube. Typologie des usages pédagogiques du numériques. Guide des bonnes pratiques - FAD | Enseigner à l'Université Laval. Teaching Digitally- A FREE Resource Guide for ANY K-12 teacher - Google Slides. Pédagogie active. AIDE-MEMOIRE HITS by Melphil on Genially. Five Stage Model - Gilly Salmon. Progression pédagogique : le modèle de Gilly Salmon.