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Council of Europe Language Policy Portal Languages are a fundamental aspect of people’s lives and the democratic functioning of society. In response to the needs identified in or by its member states, the Council of Europe has been working over the past few decades to compile a set of resources made available to education authorities and professionals and benefiting all Europe’s citizens (see milestones). Some of the end products have been widely distributed beyond Europe. The objectives of the Language policy Programme form part of the broader role and goals of the Council of Europe (in the context of the European Cultural Convention), concerning in particular the rights of individuals, social inclusion and cohesion, intercultural understanding and equal access to quality education.

Arranging for independence On a sunny day in September, an energetic buzz of activity emanates from the kindergarten classroom of Erin Espinoza. Activities in various centers revolve around the current thematic focus on students’ homes and families. In the drama center, a “family” of three students prepares a meal and sets the table. Students at the ABC center select index cards with family member pictures and words on them and use various letters (magnetic, letter stamps, letter tiles) to make the words on their cards.In the writing center, students write and illustrate in their own patterned books entitled “I love my family.” Students in the science center sort and graph pictures of small, medium, and large homes, while in the math center, students trace and measure their hands and feet with various manipulatives.

Free Classroom seating plan generator Thank you for visiting this app and giving it a go. I hope you will find it very useful! This site uses Google Analytics to see how the site is used (e.g. how people reach this web site). Any seating plan data you enter is not sent to Google or any other server - it exists only on your computer. Banque d'images Index : [ A ] [ B ] [ C ] [ D ] [ E ] [ F ] [ G ] [ H ] [ I ] [ J ] [ K ] [ L ] [ M ] [ N ] [ O ] [ P ] [ Q ] [ R ] [ S ] [ T ] [ U ] [ V ] [ W ] [ X ] [ Y ] [ Z ] Pages : [ 1 ] [ 2 ] [ 3 ] [ 4 ] [ 5 ] [ 6 ] [ 7 ] [ 8 ] [ 9 ] [ 10 ] [ 11 ] [ 12 ] [ 13 ] [ 14 ] [ 15 ] [ 16 ] [ 17 ] [ 18 ] [ 19 ] [ 20 ] [ 21 ] [ 22 ] [ 23 ] [ 24 ] [ 25 ] [ 26 ] [ 27 ] [ 28 ] [ 29 ] [ 30 ] [ 31 ] [ 32 ] [ 33 ] [ Suivante ]

Neuromyth 1 The brain is only plastic for certain kinds of information during specific ‘critical periods’-thereby the first three years of a child are decisive for later development and success in life. The concept of critical periods states that there are certain periods during early life when the brain’s capacity for adjustment in response to experience is substantially greater than it is in adulthood. This concept originated from observations by some of the pioneers in the study of animal behaviour. For example, Konrad Lorenz examined a dramatic example of a critical period: imprinting in birds.

Set Up Classroom - How to Set Up Classroom for First Day of School With the start of each school year, we teachers get a fresh chance to arrange our classroom for a new group of students. Every choice you make sends a message to your students, their parents, and anyone who visits your classroom. Through furniture, books, learning stations, and even desk placement, you communicate the values and priorities of your class. Follow these steps to deliberately maximize the organization and efficiency of your classroom set-up. Difficulty: Average Time Required: 3 days to 1 week or more Random Group Maker ankara escort beylikdüzü escort eskişehir escortataşehir escort

Centre for Educational Neuroscience Teachers and parents have a great enthusiasm for the brain sciences and the light they can shed on children’s and adults’ learning in educational environments. We share that enthusiasm at the CEN. However, we also believe that sometimes this enthusiasm can lead to educators too readily accepting teaching practices, ideas, or techniques that do not actually have a scientific basis in neuroscience – or which reflect some basis in neuroscience but have not been rigorously tested within an educational context.

Classroom Organization: The Physical Environment Warm, well-run classrooms begin with the room's physical layout — the arrangement of desks and working space, the attractiveness and appeal of bulletin boards, the storage of materials and supplies. Arranging Space The physical layout reflects your teaching style. If you want students to collaborate in small groups, for example, organize them around tables or clusters of desks. For frequent whole-group discussions, try a circle or U-shaped desk configuration. If you plan on an individualized, self-paced curriculum, you might set up learning stations.

Random Student Generator The Transum name selecting application helps teachers choose students in a completely random way. Click on the select button to find one of the student names in the class list. Edit the class list using the text boxes to the right of this page. Neuromyth Busters - [Everyday] Psychophilosophy Science and technology revolutionize our lives, but memory, tradition, and myth frame our response. — Arthur M. Schlesinger After watching a good movie like Dr.

Setting Up Your Classroom Classroom setup can dramatically affect students' attitudes toward and habits of learning. Students need an environment that is organized, stimulating, and comfortable in order to learn effectively. Creating such an environment entails arranging a practical physical layout, supplying diverse materials and supplies, and encouraging students to have a sense of belonging and ownership.