Lettre ouverte pour un Plan "Marshall" européen de l'éducation et de la formation pour éviter l'effondrement socio-économique Chers Ursula von der Leyen, David Sassoli, Charles Michel, Christine Lagarde, Mario Centeno, Werner Hoyer, et tous les représentants nationaux et européens souhaitant agir dès maintenant. Cette pétition vous est adressée par EU Resilience Collective Les analyses prospectives sont toutes très claires : le Covid-19 provoque une crise économique sans précédent et une vague de chômage dont on sait déjà combien elle sera longue, fastidieuse et onéreuse à résorber.
Pourquoi utiliser la gamification dans l’enseignement ? Après avoir envahi la formation professionnelle, le gaming (jeu) se développe de manière exponentielle dans l’enseignement avec l’utilisation de plus en plus répandue des Serious Games en classe. Alors qu’il est scientifiquement prouvé que la gamification dans l’enseignement facilite la rétention d’information et l’assimilation de l’apprentissage, en quoi est-il efficace pour les apprenants ? La gamification dans l’enseignement stimule les performances des élèves Tout simplement, la gamification dans l’enseignement stimule le plaisir d’apprendre.
How to Build Resilience in Kids It’s not easy to see your child have a setback, especially after your child has worked really hard. But facing challenges and learning from them can have an upside. It can help your child build resilience. Resilience is a life skill that can be taught. It’s especially important for kids who are struggling in school. Kids who learn and think differently face challenges other kids don’t. Montessori Letter Sounds - Phonics in English, Spanish, French, German & Italian on the App Store Currently featured in Apple's "Everything changes with iPad" campaign showing how much learning has changed with this very powerful tool! Montessori Letter Sounds is a multi award-winning app to get your children on the road to reading! It works in 4 easy steps:- From the age of 3: “I spy” to play sound games.- Around 4 years old: “Letter sounds” to memorize the letter sounds and shape.- Between 4 and 5: “Mix and match” to bring together the two first steps.- Around 4 1/2 years old: “Sound it out” to write their first words using a moveable alphabet. All four steps are included in this version but two games are locked at first and get unlocked as the children play and win marbles. This ensures progressive learning. The settings offer:- Script, Cursive or Capital letters- *Our unique "foreign language" option, which enables children to play with the letter sounds in one of the four languages while listening to the instructions in their native language.
ML Learning More than 30 years ago, Media Lab founding faculty member Seymour Papert laid the foundation for a new theory of learning through construction. He created tools for children to be designers and creators, rather than just consumers of technology, positing that learning happens best when people are actively constructing knowledge through creative experimentation and the design of sharable objects. Today, the ML Learning Initiative is built on similar principles of creative learning and aims to bring the collective creativity of the Media Lab to bear on the future of learning. The ML Learning Initiative is built around a cohort of Learning Fellows from across the diverse Media Lab groups.
The LAUNCH Cycle: A K-12 Design Thinking Framework The term “design thinking” is often attached to maker spaces and STEM labs. However, design thinking is bigger than STEM. It begins with the premise of tapping into student curiosity and allowing them to create, test and re-create until they eventually ship what they made to a real audience (sometimes global but often local). Design thinking isn’t a subject or a topic or a class. It’s more of way of solving problems that encourages risk-taking and creativity.
What is Brain-Based Learning? Explanation and Examples When an educator understands how the brain works, she is better equipped to assist his students in several ways. She can help students focus their attention, which will increase their retention. This is the promise of brain-based learning. This learning method draws insights from several fields, including: PsychologyTechnologyNeurology When teachers understand this concept, it helps them to:
Bloom’s Taxonomy Background Information | The Original Taxonomy | The Revised Taxonomy | Why Use Bloom’s Taxonomy? | Further Information The above graphic is released under a Creative Commons Attribution license. You’re free to share, reproduce, or otherwise use it, as long as you attribute it to the Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching. For a higher resolution version, visit our Flickr account and look for the “Download this photo” icon. Background Information Education Evaluations: A Guide for Parents Having your child evaluated can be a confusing and emotional journey, with a number of steps along the way. As you take each step, you may have questions and concerns. But at the end, you should have a clearer picture of why your child is struggling and how you and the school can help your child thrive.
How to Flip a Classroom in CTE: 6 Best Practices One of the biggest challenges for career and technical education (CTE) teachers is meeting the needs of diverse students. That’s exactly why flipped learning was invented. You’ve heard about the benefits of a flipped classroom, and some of your fellow teachers may already be differentiating their instruction by flipping their classrooms.