TheTeachers Corner. Liasodervik. Larsaf. BLOGG | Patricia Diaz. En liten heads-up för långt men viktigt inlägg (med många länkar)! När jag lyssnade på avnittet ”Allt är inte Facebook” ur podden ”Jakten på likes” med Isa Galvan och Linnea Holst slog det mig hur viktigt det ändå är att ha (tänkte först skriva ”lite” men tog bort det sen) koll på vad barn och ungdomar gör på nätet. Podden riktar sig till föräldrar (alla vuxna?) Som vill lära sig allt om sociala medier. I podden diskuteras de vanligaste sociala plattformarna där barn och unga möts idag: Snapchat, Ask, Kik, Instagram, Musical.ly med flera. Utöver sociala plattformar tar podden upp ämnen som nätjuridik, bekräftelse, källkritik och näthat. Förhoppningen är att lyssnarna ska få kunskap och redskap som gör det lättare att prata om sociala medier med barn och unga.
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The Daily Quotes. Sweden's ten oddest sayings in English. The Local List Published: 24 Apr 2013 16:21 GMT+02:00Updated: 24 Apr 2013 16:21 GMT+02:00 To literally translate a proverb is a silly thing to do. But when some Swedish proverbs translate to such ridiculous things as "getting your beard stuck in the letterbox", we realized we simply had to gather more. Here are the top ten. A proverb is a funny old thing. Each language has its own versions, many of which can easily translate as a concept into another language. For example, Swedes often say "Borta bra men hemma bäst" which literally translates to "Away is good but home is best.
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With a silent sigh of relief, he turned his car towards the small cabin that could be seen in the distance. As Nose reached the front door, Jason Ross introduced himself and motioned for the detective to come inside. The interior of the cabin consisted of one very large, but cozy room. “It was terrible,” Mrs. “You haven’t touched anything in the living room at all?” The reason for the late night call soon became apparent, however. Next Page » The local. Hail to the DJ...Avicii dominated the airplay in 2013 but there was plenty of other music to enjoy argues The Local's resident critic in his annual review. Photo: Claudio Bresciani /TT Published: 02 Jan 2014 10:55 GMT+01:00Updated: 02 Jan 2014 11:00 GMT+01:00 Paul Connolly runs the rule over the top tunes to have caught his ear throughout 2013 from a glorious goth album to a whistling advert-friendly track.
He reckons Laleh went a 'bit Coldplay' while the less said about US favourite Avicii the better. It's been another poptastic year for the Swedish music industry. So don't let the cultural barbarians tell you otherwise – Sweden is a powerhouse of global pop music. In 2013 we saw Avicii explode globally having rather smartly spotted a market for a crossover of country music and cheesy house. Elsewhere there a was glut of good stuff. Albums of 2013 Henric de la Cour – Mandrills Henric de la Cour is seen as little more than a curious oddity in Sweden.
Sibille Attar - Sleepyhead Songs of 2013. Articles in Easy Understandable English. UndervisaEngelska blogg. Att lära i det utvidgade kollegiet - pedagogiska grupper För mig är att lära kollegialt ett viktigt begrepp. Till de pedagogiska grupperna i ett vidgat perspektiv räknas Twitter och Facebook, och i det snävare mitt kollegium på skolan. Det var också i det utvidgade kollegiet på Twitter jag kom i kontakt med det digitala skollyftet i höstas.
Jag ser tre delar kring det utvidgade kollegiet: 1. Digitala skollyftet Jag ingår i det digitala skollyftet och själva grunden i det bygger på att dela och lära av varandra. 2. Att hitta andra pedagoger att bolla med är viktigt för ens egna utveckling men även för hela skolan. Det vi fick i uppdrag av vår skolledning var att ha: läst något nytt inom pedagogisk forskningbesökt en kollega på en lektionoch provat något nytt i den egna undervisningen Sedan skulle vi diskutera detta i grupper för att lära av varandra. 3.
Jag ser tre delar inom det utökade kollegiet, i alla fall för mig. Vad jag valt att fördjupa mig i – mitt fokus Det digitala skollyftet då?