CSC | Webémissions pour les Éducatrices et les Éducateurs - Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat Webémission : Le 2 mai 2008 Si les enseignants de l'Ontario ont les connaissances, la compréhension et les habiletés nécessaires pour utiliser une variété de stratégies à haut rendement dans leur salle de classe, alors les élèves en profiteront pleinement. À partir de nos bases de données, de la recherche, de l'expérience et des observations professionnelles, le Secrétariat de la littératie et de la numératie a établi une variété de stratégies à haut rendement afin d'illustrer les pratiques efficaces qui soutiennent les élèves dans leur apprentissage. Documents supplémentaires Pour une aide afin de visionner une webémission, veuillez consulter la page « Pour démarrer ». Partager : Produit par le Secrétariat de la littératie et de la numératie en partenariat avec le Service des programmes d'études Canada
Producción - EDUCATE Las siguientes guías de buenas prácticas han sido elaboradas por la Unidad de Tecnología Educativa e Innovación Docente (UTEID) de la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M). Guía de buenas prácticas para la creación de vídeos educativos Su finalidad es ayudar a los profesores en la elaboración de vídeos con contenido docente, tanto si se trata de vídeos elaborados con tableta gráfica destinados a los alumnos de los cursos cero o de MOOCs (Massive Open Online Cursos) como de videos de presentación tipo busto parlante. Se trata de ofrecer una serie de pautas y buenas prácticas desde el punto de vista de la metodología inherente en la creación de un vídeo didáctico. Enlace a la guía en PDF Guía del profesor para la planificación, diseño e impartición de un MOOC Esta guía surge para dar respuesta a las necesidades de apoyo al profesorado de la UC3M que se planteen impartir un MOOC (Massive Open Online Course). Enlace a la guía en PDF Guía del estudiante para el seguimiento de un MOOC
Bloom's taxonomy Bloom's wheel, according to the Bloom's verbs and matching assessment types. The verbs are intended to be feasible and measurable. Bloom's taxonomy is a classification of learning objectives within education. It is named for Benjamin Bloom, who chaired the committee of educators that devised the taxonomy, and who also edited the first volume of the standard text, Taxonomy of Educational Objectives: The Classification of Educational Goals. Bloom's taxonomy refers to a classification of the different objectives that educators set for students (learning objectives). It divides educational objectives into three "domains": cognitive, affective, and psychomotor (sometimes loosely described as "knowing/head", "feeling/heart" and "doing/hands" respectively). Bloom's taxonomy is considered to be a foundational and essential element within the education community. History The first volume of the taxonomy, "Handbook I: Cognitive" (Bloom et al. 1956) was published in 1956. Cognitive
NMC K12 Webémissions Évaluation et communication du rendement Sciences et technologies1re à 8e année Éducation artistique1re à 8e année La différenciation pédagogique Actualisation linguistique en français Au-delà du PANA… Microsoft Educator Network - For educators : Overview Connect and interact Connect with educators around the world. Learn and grow No matter where you are in your learning journey, Microsoft Educator Network is here to help with practical, interactive, and flexible professional development that works with your busy schedule. Apply and innovate Innovative teaching does not rest with a single device, rather with the educator. Specialized training programs for every level of expertise Digital Literacy Whether you are new to computing or have some experience, this curriculum will help you develop a fundamental understanding of computers and productivity software. Ready to get started? Teaching with Technology Move beyond learning simple technology tools and develop a deeper understanding of how technology integration can enhance the teaching and learning experience, enable 21st century skill acquisition in students, and save you time. Get started 21st Century Learning Design Peer Coaching Every day, schools are asked to do more with less.
What is a Rubric? Heidi Andrade Rubrics have become popular with teachers as a means of communicating expectations for an assignment, providing focused feedback on works in progress, and grading final products. Although educators tend to define the word “rubric” in slightly different ways, Heidi Andrade’s commonly accepted definition is a document that articulates the expectations for an assignment by listing the criteria, or what counts, and describing levels of quality from excellent to poor. Rubrics are often used to grade student work but they can serve another, more important, role as well: Rubrics can teach as well as evaluate. This 14-Year-Old Boy Just Wrote The Most Important Poem Of The 21st Century If you’ve ever lost faith in this generation or the next one, this 14-year-old boy may give you just enough hope to get through the day. Derek Nichols decided to post a poem written by his younger brother, Jordan, who seems to be wise beyond his years. Here’s the transcript of the poem: Our generation will be known for nothing. Never will anybody say, We were the peak of mankind. That is wrong, the truth is Our generation was a failure. Oh, what a plot twist! Unless we turn things around That might be true, People thought we couldn’t come back We knew that Was a joke. Jordan Nichols, you’re going to do great things one day. While there is some speculation that the poem was ripped off or at least inspired by this similar poem, the two don’t share anything but the overall concept. No, this isn’t the first poem that could be read forwards and backwards to reveal different meanings, but that doesn’t take anything away from what this boy has accomplished.
Home In iTEC (Innovative Technologies for Engaging Classrooms, 2010-2014), European Schoolnet worked with education ministries, technology providers and research organisations to transform the way that technology is used in schools. Over the course of the project, educational tools and resources were piloted in over 2,500 classrooms across 20 European countries, with the goal of providing a sustainable model for fundamentally redesigning teaching and learning. The project involved 26 project partners, including 14 Ministries of Education, and funding of €9.45 million from the European Commission’s FP7 programme. The project ended in August 2014. Read more: Project summary | Evaluation results
An interesting story Partner schools create an animation story in which the main characters are animals that face a threat or a problem. Each pupil chooses an animal and writes its animal’s role in this story. Age Group: 5-12 yearsLevel: AdvancedDuration: 1-3 weeks ICT tools: TwinSpace, Kerpoof, Tux paint, scanner Pedagogical Objectives Through this activity, pupils: Improve creative writing and ICT skills and develop their imagination.Become more self-confident by revealing their inner selves while impersonating an animal. Process Pupils work in pairs to decide on the beginning of a story and the characters who will take part in their story. Pupils in the partner school continue the story, following the same process as in Step 1. Steps 1 and 2 two are repeated several times, depending on how many schools are involved and the impact the exercise has on the pupils, until the story is finished or new stories can be created. Outcomes Tips The story has no defined scenario. Links: - Kerpoof: www.kerpoof.com