Developing fundamental movement skills » Managing sport » Sport New Zealand Back Resource using play and simple activities to get kids involved in games. With these concepts young people can move easily into modified sports and adult sports. Activities are simple and require only basic knowledge to teach or coach. Fundamental skills Introduction (PDF)
Donald Schon (Schön) - learning, reflection and change Contents: introduction · donald schon · public and private learning and the learning society · double-loop learning · the reflective practitioner – reflection-in- and –on-action · conclusion · further reading and references · links · how to cite this article Note: I have used Donald Schon rather than Donald Schön (which is the correct spelling) as English language web search engines (and those using them!) often have difficulties with umlauts). Donald Alan Schon (1930-1997) trained as a philosopher, but it was his concern with the development of reflective practice and learning systems within organizations and communities for which he is remembered.
Quality Circle Time - Jenny Mosley Education Training and Resources “Children love Circle Time, Circle Time brings just the right blend of structure, enjoyment and learning!” Quality Circle Time (QCT) is a very exciting, democratic and creative approach used to support teachers and other professionals work with pupils in managing issues that affect the whole learning community. Teaching staff, children, support staff, parents and governors can all be actively involved. QCT has proved successful in promoting better relationships and helps with positive behaviour management, two of the most effective improvements to both learning and the smooth and harmonious running of a school. Listen to Jenny introduce Quality Circle Time where she introduces Quality Circle Time and describes the 5 Skills and the 5 Steps.
activee "Really awesome start to the year and the programme. In our first few games we found out a great deal about our students. One young lady in particular folded her arms so she couldn't be high-fived, free'd and rejoin the game. She chose instead the stand, arms crossed watching everyone else. We've had a number of really great conversations from this starter and the students are showing far more awareness of the effect of their levels of participation on others fun too." Interesting Chart Outlining the Differences between Pedagogy, Andragogy, and Heutagogy Preparing our kids and students for a global knowledge economy necessitates a new teaching approach; one that will equip them with the skills and competencies needed to thrive in such an economy. It is widely believed that pedagogy as an educational method per see is no longer enough; teachers and educators need to embrace new methodologies that are more relevant to the exigencies of today's learning. Andragogy and Heutagogy are probably the answer.
PB4L – Positive Behaviour for Learning Positive Behaviour for Learning (PB4L) improves the behaviour and wellbeing of children and young people. PB4L is for people throughout our schools and early childhood centres. Its programmes are for individuals, groups, schools, teachers, parents and whānau. Programmes offer tools for supporting positive behaviour in situations of clear need, and in more settled environments.
Mind map A mind map about educational technology A mind map is a diagram used to visually organize information. A mind map is hierarchical and shows relationships among pieces of the whole. It is often created around a single concept, drawn as an image in the center of a blank page, to which associated representations of ideas such as images, words and parts of words are added. Major ideas are connected directly to the central concept, and other ideas branch out from those major ideas. Mind maps can also be drawn by hand, either as "rough notes" during a lecture, meeting or planning session, for example, or as higher quality pictures when more time is available.
Referee Courses - Bay Olympic CBR Refresher Course – not one scheduled for this year at Bay Olympic. Please contact Paul Smith, Auckland Football Referees Development Officer email@example.com to find out if your CBR qualification has expired and for details of any CBR Refresher Course being held during the year. Club Based Referee Course – cost $95 of which $50 will be subsidized by the club to be held on Wednesday 7th May & Wednesday 14th May from 6.30pm to 9.30pm at the club. What are Interpersonal Skills? Interpersonal skills are the life skills we use every day to communicate and interact with other people, both individually and in groups. People who have worked on developing strong interpersonal skills are usually more successful in both their professional and personal lives. Employers often seek to hire staff with 'strong interpersonal skills' - they want people who will work well in a team and be able to communicate effectively with colleagues, customers and clients.
Support material / PB4L School-Wide / Welcome - Positive Behaviour for Learning The interactive PDFs below will allow you to create and complete your own electronic versions of activities, forms, and checklists from the manual. Type into the fillable fields (which are coloured on screen but print as they appear in the manual), and then save the document as a record, to work on in the future, or to email to others. Print the documents for hard copy records of what you’ve typed or if you would prefer to create handwritten versions. (Note that three of the PDFs have a mixture of portrait and landscape pages. Kids on the Move Excite children ages three to seven by camouflaging fitness components in fun activities. As kids’ fitness instructors, our challenge is to help children develop active, positive lifestyles. Integrating knowledge and activity will help convince children that exercise is important to their well-being and increase the chance that physical activity will become a permanent part of their daily lives. Once children begin to regularly incorporate fitness into their experience, they are more likely to modify other health factors to complement their healthy lifestyles.
Tip 114 - Audio QR Codes Imagine students’ artwork hanging in your school’s hallway and beside each masterpiece is a QR code. When parents, students, and other teachers scan the code using a mobile device, they hear the student telling about themselves and the relevance of their art... Or what about a QR code in the back of a library book that allows you to hear a student’s review of the book? Or a QR code sent home to parents that allows them to listen to their 1st grader reading or telling a story? Sounds difficult, doesn’t it?