El Pati de la Ciència. Untitled. Transition gave us something outside this bubble we could engage in, and crucially, learn skills that made us feel like we could actually be able to lead a good life in harmony with the planet: How to grow my own food, (we had community gardens scattered around town and campus);How to increase energy efficiency (we had workshops and materials for retrofitting often rather dingy sublet flats);How to travel well (we had bike schemes and car shares);How to re-skill ourselves (we had so many skillshares, from sewing dresses to making chutneys, from dowsing to running a social enterprise);How to work together in constructive ways (we tried out different forms of governance and decision making);How to inspire others and have fun while doing it (we had many outreach events, festivals, parties, and potlucks); With the very transient nature of university life, with people seemingly constantly arriving and leaving, the Transition group gave me a good grounding and sense of place.
El vestit nou del pseudopedagog modern. Sóc professor de literatura catalana a la Universitat Autònoma. M’agrada fer-hi classes. És la feina que em complau més de totes les que tinc a la facultat i al departament, ho confesso. Digueu-me que sóc ingenu, però encara ara sento un punt de goig beatífic quan arriba aquell moment, a l’aula, en el qual observo que els alumnes estan embadalits davant d’un vers inexhaurible de Rosselló-Pòrcel («perú de lliris i de llunes mina») o d’un poema de Maragall en el qual s’adonen que allò que fa olor de «ginesta» no és una planta sinó el so d’una paraula. Juan Manuel Sabugo - El p�jaro bebedor: el juguete que fascin� a Einstein y a Homer Simpson. Según contó la revista Time en 1964, Einstein ya era famoso y se encontraba en una recepción junto a físicos de todo el mundo cuando alguien se le acercó y le mostró un "pájaro bebedor".
Lo estuvo observando durante un rato. El pájaro se inclinaba periódicamente para beber agua del vaso sin que nadie ni nada lo impulsara. Días después, Einstein creyó haber dado con la solución del enigma. Campus Virtual UPC: Opció d'autenticació. +110 herramientas WEB para docentes. The Art of Blind Kahoot!'ing - Kahoot! 50 Education Technology Tools Every Teacher Should Know About. Via Edudemic Technology and education are pretty intertwined these days and nearly every teacher has a few favorite tech tools that make doing his or her job and connecting with students a little bit easier and more fun for all involved.
Yet as with anything related to technology, new tools are hitting the market constantly and older ones rising to prominence, broadening their scope, or just adding new features that make them better matches for education, which can make it hard to keep up with the newest and most useful tools even for the most tech-savvy teachers. Here, we’ve compiled a list of some of the tech tools, including some that are becoming increasingly popular and widely used, that should be part of any teacher’s tech tool arsenal this year, whether for their own personal use or as educational aids in the classroom.
Social Learning These tools use the power of social media to help students learn and teachers connect. Nik's QuickShout: Tools and alternatives for creating presentations. Most computers come with some form of preloaded software that includes a package for creating presentations.
There are however a range of alternatives and online apps available that have made an attempt to change, update or enhance the presentation format. As well as the standard tools I’ve included a range of alternatives here for you to explore.
Kahoot! Small Changes in Teaching: The First 5 Minutes of Class - The Chronicle of Higher Education. "Many years later, as he faced the firing squad, Colonel Aureliano Buendía was to remember that distant afternoon when his father took him to discover ice.
" In a conversation I had with Ken Bain, my longtime mentor and favorite education writer, he cited that quote — the first sentence of Gabriel García Márquez’s novel One Hundred Years of Solitude — as one of the great openings in literary history. It’s hard to disagree: The sentence plunges us immediately into a drama, acquaints us with a character on the brink of death, and yet intrigues us with the reference to his long-forgotten (and curiosity-inducing) memory. That sentence makes us want to keep reading. When I teach my writing course on creative nonfiction, we spend a lot of time analyzing the opening lines of great writers. I work frequently with students on their opening words, sentences, and paragraphs. The same principle, I would argue, holds true in teaching a college course.
Fonaments de Química. Flipped Classroom Infographic. The Flipped Classroom. 5 Reasons Why the Flipped Classroom Works in Higher Education - HigherEd Tech Decisions. The concept of “flipped classroom” is popular nowadays, and most people have learned that despite its name, the idea behind it is not very aerodynamic.
However, it’s turning into a great movement. This learning “type” involves swapping out traditional classroom elements, such as lectures, and replacing them with group problem discussions that allow more interaction between students. Instructors turn to flipped classrooms in several different combinations. Some use online chats and reading materials, while others provide only several videos without including supporting materials.
Others begin a lesson by asking questions about the material students previously watched, and have students answer those questions via clicker technology. Flipped classroom also provides other benefits: 1. Although there are no studies to prove student engagement level in flipped classrooms, there’s plenty of other data that show students are more willing to use classroom time in a discussion-focused manner. 2.
Estadística. EEI-MAIL - Entrar. Vuelve tu clase del revés, resumen del curso de verano sobre “Flipped Classroom” #flippedUIMP15.