Tag Archives: Curriculum
How the brain works…and how emotional stability at home is the single greatest predictor of academic success!
DK shared this video of a keynote from ISTE 2011 by Dr John Medina. Dr Medina is an entertaining speaker…you definitely won’t fall asleep!! 🙂 He starts by exploding myths such as right brain / left brain ‘ways of thinking’. … Continue reading
The Super Book of Web Tools for Educators has a plethora of tips and ideas for teachers in primary, intermediate, and secondary schools, with focus on topic areas such as ESL/EFL. Tools have been selected and described for their suitability for … Continue reading
Image source Today I received a query about whether it is possible to “get access to another country’s curriculum, in this case Germany”. The person posting the question is looking at some possible models to teach online. So, I set … Continue reading
Image by hazelowendmc via Flickr In this Slidecast Nick Rate gives a brief overview of student voice in four areas: student voice in reflections on learning student voice in student led conferences student voice in learning and school design student … Continue reading
Image via Wikipedia Following on from a post I made a few weeks ago Links to ideas, resources, and tools for learning and teaching Te Reo Māori, there has been growing interest in discipline-specific resources, in particular geography. Curriculum Paul … Continue reading
There is much talk about student empowerment, engagement, and choice, and yet many education institutions stick to the topics and content required by the curriculum. But not all schools! Read more here… Continue reading