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Monday 10th November was our first time hosting a TeachMeet - it was great to meet people who we had only seen on twitter before. There were some great presentations about how to provide students...
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The Global Classroom Lead Teacher awards were created in 2012 to recognise teachers around the world who have made an exceptional contribution to the development and success of #globalclassroom communities and projects. These awards are based on collegial nominations from the online global education community, and nominees were formally acknowledged at our 'Looking Forwards, Looking Back' webinars, held last weekend.
We've seen the dramatic evolution and convergence of one innovative trend in communication over the last few years. The tremendous rise in mobile computing has placed cameras and microphones in the hands of large percentages of people around the globe. We were media consumers in the 20th century.
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The Edgy Side of Speech Pathology; sharp, profane, but never dull
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Developing your toddler's speech
I love doing craftivities that are related to a theme or match with the season of the year. It is always a bonus when I can incorporate speech goals into the craft because then the students can take it home for practice!
The following blogs are written by UK education bloggers who are listed as having MFL as their subject. If any have been missed, please update the spreadsheet here. Obviously not all the blogs are actually about MFL. The following lists of UK education blogs are based on arts subjects.
I have noticed a pattern in the last few years - the teachers that get the best out of students are the ones who develop a culture of permission in their classrooms. These are the classrooms in which you can find a wide of variety of inquiries happening, the classrooms in which you will often find a purposeful mess, the classrooms in which anyone can wander without anyone batting an eyelid, the classrooms in which teachers and students are often at the same level as they learn together.
Even though my son was practicing his handwriting all the way through Junior K, his skills were found a bit lacking once he entered a kindergarten. And in looking at his handwriting, I can't say I blamed the teacher for calling it out. But I wasn't entirely sure what to ask my son to do.
Australian Curriculum Lessons provides teachers with free English, Mathematics, Science, History, PE, Health, Art, Geography and Technology lesson plans.
We had a long discussion about that first single cube. Did it really belong in the sequence? Some thought yes, some no. We didn't really come to a definite conclusion, but the good thing was that we were able to explain our reasoning one way or the other.
The Spring Show at Avenue Gallery was put together by 23 second year Fine Art and Fine Art: Painting and Drawing students, at the University of Northampton. The exhibition was titled, 'Create, Connect, Converge,' and aimed to show a creative connection of a thematic showcase of art work inspired through the non-visual arts.