Specialised help for children with dyslexia pays dividends Published: 6:07AM Saturday August 16, 2014 Source: ONE News Compelling research shows learning outcomes for children with dyslexia can be vastly improved. Specialised, early intervention can significantly boost success at school for a child with dyslexia, a pilot study shows. CEMEA - Enfants Ecrans Jeunes et Médias S’il y a innovation technique, il ne va pas obligatoirement, y avoir innovation pédagogique ! Une fois surmontées les difficultés techniques d’interopérabilité et de maintenance, que fait-on des machines ou des espaces numériques mis en place ? Quelles sont leurs contributions aux apprentissages des jeunes ou au renforcement de la coéducation école-parents ? The Connected Classroom - News Kids need the news presented to them in a manner that they can understand with the background that they may not have learned yet. Here are some sites that gives the kids the news that they need to know. CNN Student News CNN has a site devoted to kids news.
Speld Training Courses 27th& 28th September 2014 The Langham – Central Auckland Be sure to keep this weekend free for our exciting national conference. This year the special focus is working memory – critical to children and adults with learning disabilities. The conference will be a unique opportunity to meet and hear from a range of experts in the field: Rechercher une activité de classe Cycle 1 [Témoignage] - « Les poupées de la classe sont nues. Comment les habiller ? » Cette situation – simple mais immédiate et concrète pour les élèves de Grande Section de Maternelle – a été le point de départ à une aventure passionnante et pluridisciplinaire, autour de la notion d’habillement, conduite par la classe de Geneviève SOUDET à l'école maternelle Jean Jaurès de Draguignan.
WHAT’S GOING ON IN THIS PICTURE - The Learning Network Blog Photo Students 1. After looking closely at the image above (or at the full-size image), think about these three questions: What is going on in this picture?What do you see that makes you say that? Internet Anagram Server / I, Rearrangement Servant : anagram, anagrams, nag a ram, software, anagramme, anagrama, wordplay, word play, anagram creator, anagram solver, anagram finder, anagram generator, anagram maker, anagram unscrambler, anagram machine, Internet Anagram Server in News:New York TimesSydney Morning HeraldGlobe and MailJerusalem Post Did you know that parliament is an anagram of partial men? Or, Clint Eastwood an anagram of Old West Action? Someone once said, "All the life's wisdom can be found in anagrams. Anagrams never lie." Here is your chance to discover the wisdom of anagrams.
Média Pitchounes L’Association Média Pitchounes a été créée en 2005 pour développer chez les jeunes les valeurs du sport en les sensibilisant sur leurs comportements dans les stades …et dans la vie quotidienne ! En miroir de notre société, le sport n’est pas épargné par la violence, le racisme, la corruption ou le dopage. Sur le terrain entre joueurs, dans les tribunes entre supporters, des tribunes vers les terrains, les insultes pleuvent encore trop souvent. La banalisation de ce genre de comportements est dangereuse car elle porte en elle les germes de sa prolifération. English / Learning areas / The New Zealand Curriculum Ko te reo te tuakiriKo te reo tōku ahureiKo te reo te ora. English is the study, use, and enjoyment of the English language and its literature, communicated orally, visually, and in writing, for a range of purposes and audiences and in a variety of text forms. Learning English encompasses learning the language, learning through the language, and learning about the language. Understanding, using, and creating oral, written, and visual texts of increasing complexity is at the heart of English teaching and learning. By engaging with text-based activities, students become increasingly skilled and sophisticated speakers and listeners, writers and readers, presenters and viewers.
This Insane New App Will Allow You To Read Novels In Under 90 Minutes Technology• Christian La Du • The reading game is about to change forever. Boston-based software developer Spritz has been in “stealth mode” for three years, tinkering with their program and leasing it out to different ebooks, apps, and other platforms. Now, Spritz is about to go public with Samsung’s new line of wearable technology. Other apps have offered up similar types of rapid serial visual presentation to enhance reading speed and convenience on mobile devices in the past. However, what Spritz does differently (and brilliantly) is manipulate the format of the words to more appropriately line them up with the eye’s natural motion of reading.
News in print a hit with children (really!) You've heard that it's evident that youth don’t want to consume in news in print? Not so fast. As they start or expand targeted print editions, newspapers in several countries are finding that children do, indeed, want to read news on paper. “I have had an ambition to go digital,” says François DuFour, editor of six Paris-based newspapers for children, “but, for now, it is a flop. Picture Book Activities What a delightful, whimsical book! The Leaf Man uses the shapes and colours of different leaves as inspiration for its illustrations. The story explores where the mythical ‘Leaf Man’ goes, whenever the wind blows.
Kids' News: The brainchild of Danish junior journalists Denmark’s Berlingske will launch “Kids’ News” on Friday, the latest addition to a growing global array of a new kind of profit-seeking print children’s editions that appeal to tech-weary families. "I believe that a lot of the value in this paper lies in the fact, that it is a paper,” said the editor, Jonas Stenbæk Christoffersen. “It is an anti-trend so to speak. Kids our days are so used to computers, tablets and smartphones, and they are bombarded with fragments of news and stories all day long. This will be the place where they can find peace, won’t be distracted and get an overview.
18 Digital Tools and Strategies That Support Students’ Reading and Writing Teachers in Littleton, Colorado — like teachers in many places — are increasingly asking students to read and write online. Free tools like Google Docs have made it easy for students to work on the same piece of writing at home and at school, and have allowed teachers to explore collaborative writing assignments and synchronous editing with students. There are also many digital tools that can support students as they learn how to read deeply, take well-cited notes, and navigate the writing process. While many teachers are finding efficiency in allowing students to write and submit assignments online, not all students or teachers want to use the exact same set of tools. That’s why Littleton’s Instructional Technology Specialist, Dana Levesque, started compiling resources on a site that both teachers and students can access to find the tools that fit their needs. “Kids have different learning styles,” Levesque said.