Some Differences Between Experts and Novices Harrisburg Presentation Resources Here are some resources from my presentation in Harrisburg. Defining and Exploring Gamification from Karl Kapp Here is some additional information. Articles and Blog Entries of Interest 8 Types of Stories to Effect Change Storytelling and Instructional Design Eight Game Elements to Make Learning More Intriguing Games, Gamification and the Quest for Learner Engagement Gamification, […] Continue Reading → 2014 DOE Symposium Conference Resources Here are my resources for the 2014 DOE Symposium Conference. Continue Reading → Great fun at ITEAA Conference & Introduction of Exciting Game-Based Learning Modules Last week I had a chance to attend the ITEAA Conference which is the conference of the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association. Continue Reading → Instructional Games and Narrative Instructional games work best when there is a narrative that provides the learner with the proper context for the learning that needs to take place.
Video Tutorials on Web Development Negotiation Bargaining How to Make Good Decisions ... Faster Take a look at this paragraph: Cna yuo raed tihs? I cdn'uolt blveiee taht I cluod aulaclty uesdnatnrd waht I was rdanieg. The phaonemnel pweor of the hmuan mnid, aoccdrnig to a rsereeachr at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it dseno't mtaetr in waht oerdr the ltteres in a wrod are, the olny iproamtnt tihng is taht the frsit and lsat ltteers be in the rghit pclae. Tihs is bcuseae the huamn mnid deos not raed ervey lteter by istlef, but the wrod as a wlohe. Azanmig, huh? Isn't it astounding how easily you can decipher words with information that is ambiguous, garbled or less than complete? The 80/20 Rule is pervasive in our world: 80% of traffic jams occur on 20% of roads.80% of beer is consumed by 20% of drinkers.80% of classroom participation comes from 20% of students.80% of profits come from 20% of customers. Applying the 80/20 Rule to your thinking can help you make smarter, faster, more intuitive decisions. Specifically, here's how you might apply the 80/20 Rule to your next decision.
Tackling the school industry mathematics divide This article consists of edited extracts from Identifying and Supporting Quantitative Skills of 21st Century Workers: Final Report. Prepared by the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers and the Australian Industry Group, © Commonwealth of Australia 2014. The teaching of mathematics in secondary schools and the use of mathematical skills in the workforce are very different. Students who are mathematically capable at school often have difficulty transferring this ability to the workplace. Key messages The application of mathematics in the workplace is not straightforward and goes beyond a command of ‘core’ or basic mathematical content. ability to recognise and identify how and when mathematics is used in the workplace; an understanding of mathematical concepts, procedures and skills; an understanding of the kinds of practical tasks they need to perform; and the strategic processes they should be able to use in using and applying mathematics. The case study approach Measurement 1.
KS Methods Skip to main content You are not a member of this wiki. Join now Dismiss guest Join | Help | Sign In Knowledge Sharing Tools and Methods Toolkit Home guest| Join | Help | Sign In Turn off "Getting Started" Loading... Problem SoProblem Solving Techniques .:VirtualSalt Robert Harris Version Date: January 5, 2002 As with creative thinking, flexibility is a crucially important feature in problem solving. Assumption Articulation A first and frequently overlooked step in problem solving is to identify the assumptions you are making about the situation. Assumptions are Necessary Assumptions and constraints are necessary for three reasons: 1. 2. 3. Assumptions are Often Self-imposed In spite of the necessity of having assumptions, many assumptions produce self-imposed limits. In assumption articulation, then, our goal is to identify the assumptions being made and to determine the following: 1. 2. For example, when we say, "We have only two weeks to solve this problem," those two weeks may be entirely appropriate as an outside time limit for generating and implementing the solution, simply because the problem's importance in relation to the rest of life warrants no more than those two weeks. Examine the Assumptions Behind your Problem 1. A. B. C. D.
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A premier source of classroom tested, Internet-based economic lesson materials for K-12 teachers and their students Many economics and personal finance concepts overlap with math curriculum, but economics and personal finance teachers are not trained to teach complex calculations and formulas, and math teachers may not focus on the personal finance and economic applications. A new CEE resource, Math in the Real World, brings together the expertise of math teachers and economics teachers to create interdisciplinary lessons that teach important personal finance and economic concepts in the context of math lessons. Deriving Marginalism This lesson creates a connection between derivatives and marginalism. Students engage in a set of scaffolding activities that explore the Marginal Cost Function, Marginal Revenue Funct... Exchange Rates Students describe and identify where certain items they own come from and the approximate price of these items. Math In The Real World is made possible through the generous support of our sponsors:
Topics / CAF - Common Assessment Framework A common European quality management instrument for the public sector developed by the public sector. The Common Assessment Framework (CAF) is a result of the co-operation among the EU Ministers responsible for Public Administration. A pilot version was presented in May 2000 and revised versions were launched in 2002, 2006 and 2013. The CAF is an easy-to-use, free tool to assist public-sector organisations across Europe in using quality management techniques to improve their performance. The model is based on the premise that excellent results in organisational performance, citizens/customers, people and society are achieved through leadership driving strategy and planning, people, partnerships, resources and processes.
Koios - The online platform for solving complex social challenges Project Euler What is Project Euler? Project Euler is a series of challenging mathematical/computer programming problems that will require more than just mathematical insights to solve. Although mathematics will help you arrive at elegant and efficient methods, the use of a computer and programming skills will be required to solve most problems. The motivation for starting Project Euler, and its continuation, is to provide a platform for the inquiring mind to delve into unfamiliar areas and learn new concepts in a fun and recreational context. Who are the problems aimed at? The intended audience include students for whom the basic curriculum is not feeding their hunger to learn, adults whose background was not primarily mathematics but had an interest in things mathematical, and professionals who want to keep their problem solving and mathematics on the edge. Can anyone solve the problems? The problems range in difficulty and for many the experience is inductive chain learning. What next?
10 Common Time Management Mistakes - from Mind Tools.com Avoiding Common Pitfalls Learn how to overcome several common time management mistakes. How well do you manage your time? If you're like many people, your answer may not be completely positive! Many of us know that we could be managing our time more effectively; but it can be difficult to identify the mistakes that we're making, and to know how we could improve. In this article, we're looking at ten of the most common time management mistakes, as well as identifying strategies and tips that you can use to overcome them. Mistake #1. Do you ever have that nagging feeling that you've forgotten to do an important piece of work? The trick with using To-Do Lists effectively lies in prioritizing the tasks on your list. If you have large projects on your list, then, unless you're careful, the entries for these can be vague and ineffective. You can also use Action Programs to manage your work when you have many large projects happening at once. Mistake #2. Mistake #3. Mistake #4. Mistake #5. Tip:
60 Smarter Ways To Use Google Classroom 60 Smarter Ways To Use Google Classroom by TeachThought Staff Google Classroom is quietly becoming the most powerful tool in education technology. It may lack the visual appeal of iPads, or the student credibility of a BYOD program. So below are (at least) 60 thing you can do with Google Classroom. When an assignment, lesson, or unit doesn’t work, add your own comments–or have students add their own feedback), then tag it or save it to a different folder for revision.Align curriculum with other teachers.Share data with professional learning community.Keep samples of exemplar writing for planning.Tag your curriculum.Solicit daily, weekly, by-semester, or annual feedback from students and parents using Google Forms.Share anonymous writing samples with students.See what your assignments look like from the students’ point-of-view.Flip your classroom. 60 Smarter Ways To Use Google Classroom