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Improving teaching: Professional development with impact on quality
 
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Dean's Lecture Series 2015 Improving the quality of school teaching through the professional development of teachers is a global concern echoed with growing urgency in a vast array of political and educational circles. Professor Jennifer Gore, Director, Teachers and Teaching Research Program, The University of Newcastle, will outline her research on quality teaching and quality teaching rounds, emphasising the importance of a strong pedagogical framework and adherence to effective professional development principles in systematically improving the quality of teaching. Jennifer Gore is a Professor in the School of Education at the University of Newcastle, Australia, where she recently completed a six year term as Dean of Education and Head of School. Professor Gore is Director of the Teachers and Teaching Research Program and Co-Editor of Teaching and Teacher Education.
Professional Development: Articles
 
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Find journal articles on education using the library databases.
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Webinar - Creating Thinking Classrooms: Making Learning Visible
 
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ITEN WEBINAR SERIES Critical Thinking Creating Thinking Classrooms: Making Learning Visible Content: Educators are told that they need to foster critical thinking skills in the minds of the students they teach, but teaching students to think critically remains a challenge for many teachers. Teaching often requires teachers to deliver required curriculum content at the expense of strategies that encourage and enable the teaching and learning in their classrooms; teaching for thinking can get sidelined in the process. This webinar blends what we know about learning, thinking and instructional techniques (e.g. referencing the work of H. Lynn Erickson, S. Joel Warrican and Project Zero: Visible Thinking, Harvard Graduate School of Education) that can foster critical dispositions in students and encourage and enable them to make their thinking visible to themselves, their peers and their teachers. When: Friday January 30th, 2015 (Washington DC time). Presenter: Sandra Robinson brings more than 20 years experience in teaching, teacher education and development, teacher professional development and curriculum and instruction – primarily in English and English Education. She has facilitated professional development education for teachers across many countries in the Anglophone Caribbean. These professional development activities have included a focus on critical thinking, teaching Caribbean poetry, critical literacy, literacy and English education. For fifteen years Dr. Robinson taught English at the secondary level and since 2004 has provided teacher education in the area of English Education and instructional methodologies to teachers and teacher educators across the Eastern Caribbean. She has worked with teachers in schools, assessing and observing teachers’ practice; creating teacher professional development activities based on observational needs; and facilitated the provision of hands-on instructional experiences for teachers. She has developed graduate programmes in Language and Literacy Education and undergraduate courses in Language Arts pedagogy, English Education and Literacy. She has also worked with curriculum personnel in Ministries of Education to provide professional education for teachers in Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, Dominica, Montserrat, St Lucia, St Kitts and Nevis, St Vincent and the Grenadines and Guyana. She also coordinates the English Education programme in the Eastern Caribbean Joint Board of Teacher Education (Eastern Caribbean JBTE) and has consulted for UNICEF and other agencies. Robinson has authored research reports, book chapters and research articles in English Education, Teacher Education and development and critical thinking for classroom teachers. Audience: Teachers, Ministries of Education, teacher education institutions, teacher organizations, leaders of civil society organizations, and those interested in learning the best strategies for teaching English to Spanish-speaking students. Language: English. Synopsis here: http://bit.ly/1DIcSBM Note: Registration is open to all those who are interested; however, please note that no certificates will be awarded for participation.
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Early Childhood Educator is a Rewarding Career
 
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http://www.earlychildhoodeducationjobshq.com [Read more articles about early childhood education, latest updates, programs and jobs] Cory Dewijn is the early childhood educator from Smither, British Columbia. She explained to Brian about the task of early childhood educator and how to achieve her dream working to educate children. There is a lot of activities and choices if you want to get involved working with children, one of good thing is that you can open a homebase business as an early childhood educator. This is really a rewarding career as you teach children the skills that they'll use for a lifetime. Original source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjfCv6Rj1Ug
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Professional Development Co-teaching highlights - Participants Share Wisdom
 
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http://susanfitzell.com/co-teaching/ for more articles and information on Co-teaching. Susan Fitzell believes strongly in participants having the opportunity to "share their wisdom" with each other. Peek in at some quality co-teaching planning conversations from Susan Fitzell's "Co-teaching and Collaboration" workshop presented for Douglas Education Service District, Roseburg, Oregon. For more great tips, tools, and strategy ideas, subscribe to my YouTube channel at http://www.susanfitzell.com/subscription_center?add_user=susanfitzell Keep up with me on the internet! My website & blogs: http://www.susanfitzell.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/SusanFitzellFB LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/susanfitzell Twitter: http://twitter.com/susanfitzell Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/susanfitzell/ Get my books and products at http://www.cogentcatalyst.com/ More about me: Susan Fitzell, M. Ed, CSP, works side by side with teachers, school administrators, and business leaders as a coach and trainer. Susan offers customized, personal attention to each individual organization and teaching/training situation. Her straight forward, common sense approach, and her practical, research-based, data-driven strategies yield positive, measurable results for all organizations.
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21st Century Education
 
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21st Century Education
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LET Reviewer 2019: Professional Education | CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT Part 2
 
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LIST OF ADVANTAGES OF AUDITORY LEARNING 1. Allows for Multi-Tasking Proponents of this learning style claim that learning by ear allows an individual to be versatile when it comes to accomplishing several tasks. This is because by merely listening to audio recordings, one can process information without having to use the eyes or hands. That said, a person can do other things while studying. These can be driving, cooking, painting and cleaning, among others. This makes this learning style effective for people who have to engage in other activities during the process. Consequently, more things will be done in a little time. 2. Increased Retention People who advocate for auditory learning posit that a good listener has the ability to process information through hearing information and eventually retains it. By playing audio recordings repeatedly wherever the location may be, there is an increased possibility of improved retention in the memory bank. ****************************************************************************************************** If you like this videos please don't forget to give it a thumbs up and subscribe to my channel for more updates. social group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LETRe... website: https://letreviewer101.wixsite.com/we... DISCLAIMER: The admins do not claim ownership on the documents/photo/videos posted on this sites, yet i personalize the contents or articles to give relevant quality issues. all documents/photos/videos are only hosted by third parties as google drive. if you found respective copyright and wish for the documents/photos to be removed or taken down, feel free to contact me via e-mail at [email protected], and all your copyrighted works will be taken down as soon as possible. if you are the original author of any of the files LINKED here, please let me know so that i can acknowledge you better. The main purpose of the reviewer is to assist examinees who chose to review online.Thank you!
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David Berliner: Evaluating Teacher Education and Teachers Using Student Assessments
 
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http://tclandscapecolloquium.weebly.com/ Evaluating Teacher Education and Teachers Using Student Assessments: A Deliberate and Destructive misunderstanding of Teachers’ Effects. About the Lecture: This lecture will challenge federal and state policies that require evaluation of teacher education programs and classroom teachers by means of students’ scores on standardized tests. Despite the logic of this idea, and the widespread belief that this is a reasonable requirement, it is a highly inappropriate measure for evaluating teacher competency. The problem arises from a paradox, namely, that teachers do affect students’ lives, sometimes quite dramatically, but on the standardized tests that are used to evaluate them and the programs in which they were educated, teachers’ effects are minimal and temporary. A sensible alternative to the use of student test scores to evaluate teachers and the teacher education programs from which they came is offered. David C. Berliner is Regents’ Professor Emeritus of Education at Arizona State University. He has taught at the University of Arizona, University of Massachusetts, Teachers College and Stanford University, as well as universities in Australia, Canada, The Netherlands, Spain, and Switzerland. Dr. Berliner is a member of the National Academy of Education (NEA), the International Education Academy (IEA), a Fellow of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, and a past president of both the American Educational Research Association (AERA) and the Division of Educational Psychology of the American Psychological Association (APA). He is the recipient of awards for distinguished contributions from APA, AERA, and the National Education Association (NEA). Dr. Berliner is co-author (with B. J. Biddle) of the best seller The Manufactured Crisis , co-author (with Ursula Casanova) of Putting Research to Work , and co-author (with N. L. Gage) of six editions of the textbook Educational Psychology . He is co-editor of the first Handbook of Educational Psychology and the books Talks to Teachers , and Perspectives on Instructional Time . His book Collateral Damage (with Sharon Nichols) is about the corruption of professional educators through high-stakes testing. His latest book, published by Teachers College Press, is 50 Myths and Lies that Threaten America's Public Schools. Professor Berliner has also authored more than 200 published articles, technical reports, and book chapters. About the Series: The Landscape for Preparing Teacher Educators: Whose Knowledge? What Visions? This colloquium series grows out of our essential questions: What should be the curriculum of doctoral level work to prepare teacher educator-scholars? What research is needed to guide this work? In the colloquium series we seek to understand the rapidly shifting landscape of university-based teacher education. Our specific goals and purposes include: Analyzing the possible future of university-based teacher education; Learning the criticisms of university-based teacher education; Pondering the worth of university-based teacher education and analyzing the research that helps us evaluate it; Exploring the differences between reactive change and transformative change in teacher education and analyzing what transformative leadership in teacher education requires.
Learning styles & the importance of critical self-reflection | Tesia Marshik | TEDxUWLaCrosse
 
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The belief in learning styles is so widespread, it is considered to be common sense. Few people ever challenge this belief, which has been deeply ingrained in our educational system. Teachers are routinely told that in order to be effective educators, they must identify & cater to individual students' learning styles; it is estimated that around 90% of students believe that they have a specific learning style but research suggests that learning styles don't actually exist! This presentation focuses on debunking this myth via research findings, explaining how/why the belief in learning styles is problematic, and examining the reasons why the belief persists despite the lack of evidence. Dr. Tesia Marshik is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Her research interests in educational psychology include student motivation, self-regulation, and teacher-student relationships. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Seminar on Teacher Education and Training - Urdu
 
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In this video, Q.A.S talking about on the topic "Teacher Education and Training". He is also sharing his experience, wisdom and knowledge that will be helpful for all of those who want to know about it. ===== ABOUT Qasim Ali Shah ===== Qasim Ali Shah is a Public Speaker- Teacher- Writer- Corporate Trainer & Leader for every age group- Businessmen- Corporate executives- Employees- Students- Housewives- Networkers- Sportsmen and for all who wish everlasting Success- Happiness- Peace and Personal Growth. He helps people to change their belief & thought pattern- experience less stress and more success in their lives through better communication- positive thinking and spiritual knowledge. ===== FOLLOW ME ON THE SOCIALS ===== - Qasim Ali Shah: https://goo.gl/6BKcxu - Google+: https://goo.gl/uPyGvT - Twitter: https://goo.gl/78MVoA - Website : https://goo.gl/Tgjy6u ===== Team Member: Waqas Nasir =====
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A Teacher Can Change a Student; A School a Community | Carmen Pellicer Iborra | TEDxBerkleeValencia
 
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A good teacher can change a child's life, but a good school can make a huge difference in a local community. If you want to change a country, you need to change the education. Carmen Pellicer Iborra, Spanish Theologian and professor, analyzes how we can do this. Themed Changing Currents, TEDxBerkleeValencia welcomes leading international innovators, entrepreneurs, creative business people, and artists from diverse countries representing music, fashion and design, the environment, technology and religion. The second edition of TEDxBerkleeValencia, which took place at L’Oceanogràfic, the largest aquarium in Europe, addressed several notions of change - paradigm shifts; movement, both physical and societal; and new tendencies across multiple disciplines. TEDxBerkleeValencia website: http://tedxberkleevalencia.com/ Theologian, Educationalist and Writer, Carmen Pellicer is the president and founder of 'Fundación Trilema', dedicated to holistic Educational Change Management. Carmen has worked as a teacher at different secondary schools, as well as a Professor for several years in Teacher Training Colleges and at the Faculty of Business Studies at Valencia University. Currently, she is involved as a lecturer in different master's degrees in School Direction and Management. She directs a team of professional trainers that run Professional Development Programs in more than a thousand educational institutions as well as Educational Coaching and Performance assessment models with teachers and management teams, both nationally and internationally. She has also written books such as 'Evaluación del Aprendizaje, Cómo evaluar Competencias' and 'Aprender a Emprender', as well as many articles, teaching materials and school textbooks in the main educational publishing companies. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 10772 TEDx Talks
Every kid needs a champion | Rita Pierson
 
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Rita Pierson, a teacher for 40 years, once heard a colleague say, "They don't pay me to like the kids." Her response: "Kids don't learn from people they don't like.'" A rousing call to educators to believe in their students and actually connect with them on a real, human, personal level. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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Professional Learning Networks 5 Minute Video Abstract
 
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A video summary of four articles related to experiences, and strategies for creating professional learning networks in an organization. With a nod to Vi Hart for her amazing math videos and the style inspiration. And apologies to George Veletsianos for consistently mispronouncing his last name. Sourcs Cited: Hanraets, I., Hulsebosch, J., & de Laat, M. (2011). Experiences of pioneers facilitating teacher networks for professional development. Educational Media International, 48(2), 85-99. doi:10.1080/09523987.2011.576513 O'Brien, M., Varga-Atkins, T., Burton, D., Campbell, A., & Qualter, A. (2008). How are the perceptions of learning networks shaped among school professionals and headteachers at an early stage in their introduction? International Review of Education / Internationale Zeitschrift Für Erziehungswissenschaft, 54(2), 211-242. doi:10.1007/s11159-008-9084-1 Sie, R. L. L., Pataraia, N., Boursinou, E., Rajagopal, K., Margaryan, A., Falconer, I., Sloep, P. B. (2013). Goals, motivation for, and outcomes of personal learning through networks: Results of a tweetstorm. Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 16(3), 59-75. Veletsianos, G. (2012). Higher education scholars' participation and practices on twitter. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 28(4), 336-349. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2729.2011.00449.x
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Changing the Conversation About Librarians | Mark Ray | TEDxElCajonSalon
 
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Mark Ray is changing the conversation from "shh..." to "How can I help your with technology?" Mark has helped to overhaul libraries in Vancouver Public Schools in Washington state. For more information on this TED talk go to www.TEDElCajon.com. Mark Ray is Chief Digital Officer for Vancouver (Washington) Public Schools. Named a National School Boards Association "20 to Watch" in 2015, he has helped develop and lead 1:1 device programs, professional development, digital learning and redefining teacher librarian practices. For 20 years, we was a teacher librarian and instructional technology facilitator and was the 2012 Washington State Teacher of the Year. Thanks to his experiences with technology, libraries and teaching, Mark has been able to connect the dots to ensure that librarians can help students, teachers and systems navigate the digital shift. Early success stories have been featured by Digital Promise, the U.S. Department of Education and articles in Education Week and School Administrator. As a national advocate for libraries, he has been active with Project Connect and more recently in collaborations with U.S. Department of Education and Alliance for Excellent Education. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Get to know Gravity Goldberg
 
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Gravity Goldberg is coauthor of Conferring with Readers: Supporting Each Students’ Growth and Independence (Heinemann, 2007) and author of many articles about reading, writing, and professional development. She holds a doctorate in education from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a former staff developer at Teachers College Reading and Writing Project and an assistant professor at Iona College’s graduate education program. She leads a team of literacy consultants in the New York/New Jersey region. Gravity is the author of Mindsets and Moves: Strategies That Help Readers Take Charge, Grades 1-8.
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Professional Development for Online Teachers: How the Current Practice Reflects Existing Standards
 
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Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Midwest and its Virtual Education Research Alliance hosted a webinar designed to explore the teaching standards established by the Council of Chief State School Officers’ Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) and the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL). The content of these videos does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Institute of Education Sciences or the U.S. Department of Education, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.
IInternational Journal of Education ( IJE )
 
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IInternational Journal of Education ( IJE ) ISSN : 2348 – 1552 http://airccse.com/ije/index.html Call for papers International Journal of Education (IJE) is a Quarterly peer-reviewed and refereed open access journal that publishes articles which contribute new results in all areas of Education. The journal is devoted to the publication of high quality papers on theoretical and practical aspects of Educational research. The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on Educational advancements,and establishing new collaborations in these areas. Original research papers, state-of-the-art reviews are invited for publication in all areas of Education. Topics of Interest include, but are not limited to, the following Integrating technology in curriculum: Challenges & Strategies Collaborative & Interactive Learning Tools for 21st Century learning Learning Analysis Education Management Systems Education Policy and Leadership Business Education Virtual and remote laboratories Pedagogy Enhancement with E-Learning Course Management Systems Educating the educators Professional Development for teachers in ICT Teacher Evaluation Web-based tools for education Games and simulations in Education Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Curriculum, Research and Development Counselor Education Student Selection Criteria in Interdisciplinary Studies Global Issues in Education and Research Technology Support for Pervasive Learning Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Human computer Interaction in Education Mobile/ubiquitous computing in education Web 2.0, Social Networking, Blogs and Wikis Multimedia in Education Paper Submission Authors are invited to submit papers for this journal through E-mail: [email protected] Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this Journal. For other details please visit http://airccse.com/ije/index.html
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Collaboration of Special Education and General Education Teachers
 
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In this video, various strategies will be given to help create a positive working environment between both special education and general education teachers. The video initially begins with stating the importance of collaboratively lesson planning together. It is also noted that school districts should afford time for both the special education and general education to work together. Communication between both teachers is also an essential component of collaboration. Next, both teachers should help one another out by providing their respective expertise to each other. It is also important that they provide an united front. And lastly, they must assess the effectiveness of their working relationship. After the assessment, they can make adjustments to the relationships.
Spanish Teacher Professional Development Program
 
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One of the ways that we support teachers of the Spanish language in the U.S. is through professional development seminars that our Education Office holds regularly. In this video, we sit in on one of the seminars and get the perspective of some of the teachers attending! Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/spainintheusa Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpainInTheUSA/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spainintheusa/ Read our articles on Medium: https://medium.com/spainintheusa
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LET Reviewer 2019: Professional Education | PRINCIPLES AND STRATEGIES OF TEACHING Part 2
 
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LIST OF ADVANTAGES OF AUDITORY LEARNING 1. Allows for Multi-Tasking Proponents of this learning style claim that learning by ear allows an individual to be versatile when it comes to accomplishing several tasks. This is because by merely listening to audio recordings, one can process information without having to use the eyes or hands. That said, a person can do other things while studying. These can be driving, cooking, painting and cleaning, among others. This makes this learning style effective for people who have to engage in other activities during the process. Consequently, more things will be done in a little time. 2. Increased Retention People who advocate for auditory learning posit that a good listener has the ability to process information through hearing information and eventually retains it. By playing audio recordings repeatedly wherever the location may be, there is an increased possibility of improved retention in the memory bank. ****************************************************************************************************** If you like this videos please don't forget to give it a thumbs up and subscribe to my channel for more updates. social group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LETRe... website: https://letreviewer101.wixsite.com/we... DISCLAIMER: The admins do not claim ownership on the documents/photo/videos posted on this sites, yet i personalize the contents or articles to give relevant quality issues. all documents/photos/videos are only hosted by third parties as google drive. if you found respective copyright and wish for the documents/photos to be removed or taken down, feel free to contact me via e-mail at [email protected], and all your copyrighted works will be taken down as soon as possible. if you are the original author of any of the files LINKED here, please let me know so that i can acknowledge you better. The main purpose of the reviewer is to assist examinees who chose to review online.Thank you!
Views: 1391 Let Reviewer
Teacher and Education Professionals
 
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A review of publications in Teaching and Teacher Education over ten years (2000–2017) on teacher professional development is the subject of the paper. The first part synthesises production referred to learning, facilitation and collaboration, factors influencing professional development, effectiveness of professional development and issues around the themes. The second part, selects from the production nine articles for closer examination. The paper concludes by noting how the production brings out the complexities of teacher professional learning and how research and development have taken cognisance of these factors and provided food for optimism about their effects, although not yet about their sustainability in time. This channel will help to know you more necessary information about Teacher and Education Professionals and its huge description. Thanks for watching my video, like, comment, share please and don’t forget subscribe my channel for getting more latest videos.
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Robin Fogarty & Brian Pete : On How to Teach to the Curriculum
 
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Robin and Brian discuss challenges facing teaching within a curriculum determined classroom. The importance of teaching thinking skills in the 21st century, how to use technology to facilitate understanding and foster rigour and deep learning. That in today's classroom teaching content to technologically enabled students is not the only responsibility of a teacher. It is the understanding of the content in context and how learning and understanding enables students to transfer that what they have learned and apply it to other situations, concepts and tasks. Widely known as "the teacher's teacher", Robin Fogarty has taught at all levels from pre-school to university, and has trained educators throughout the world in curriculum, instruction and assessment strategies. She has also served as an administrator, and educational consultant in Europe, America, Asia and Australasia. With a doctorate in curriculum and human resource development, Robin is a widely recognised educational expert who has written and had published a proliferation of educational literature. Furthermore, some of her articles have appeared in Educational Leadership, Phi Delta Kappan, and the Journal of Staff Development. Robin is known as the teachers' teacher. She brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to all endeavours, and is often complimented on her lively sense of humour and personable ways. Robin brings her passion and a wealth of knowledge to all endeavours. Brian Pete comes from a family of educators-college professors, school superintendents, teachers and teachers of teachers. Through his roles as producer of educational videos, publisher of educational resources, and trainer of teachers and leaders, Brian has a rich background in professional development. He brings both a depth of understanding about effective professional development experiences and a technical know-how for practical implementations. As a founding partner of RFA: A Robin Fogarty Company, Brian has videotaped classroom teachers and professional experts in schools throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. He has an eye for the "teachable moment" and the words to describe what he sees as skilful teaching and effective coaching. Brian's work on educational videos include: Best Practices: Classroom Management; Best Practices: Active Learning Classrooms. He has authored a number of resources: Nine Best Practices that Make the Difference; Twelve Brain Principles that Make the Difference and Data! Dialogue! Decisions!, A Look at Transfer, The Adult Learner and From Staff Room to Classroom: Planning and Coaching Professional Learning. He has a Bachelor of Science from DePaul University of Chicago, and is completing his thesis for his Masters in Fiction Writing from Chicago's Columbia College. He and his co-author received the NSDC Book Award in 2006 for this work: From Staff Room to Classroom: A Guide for Planning and Coaching Professional Learning. Brian is currently the lead trainer in a major initiative in Singapore for the TILM Ignite Schools. He brings his humour, wit and charm to all of his professional development sessions.
NCRECE Sp13 Quality Improvement Leadership Symposia: Maxwell & Panel
 
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The National Center for Research on Early Child Education (NCRECE) at the Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) hosted a Quality Improvement Leadership Symposia on March 18th and 19th, 2013 in Washington, DC. This meeting focused on dissemination of the NCRECE Professional Development Study results, as well as presentations and discussions of the latest science regarding quality improvement in early childhood education. The goal for the meeting was to help synthesize the latest findings in a way that will help inform Institute of Education Sciences research agenda and provide valuable information to policymakers and researchers engaged in efforts to improve the quality of professional development in early childhood education. In this video, Christine Maxwell and panel discuss "Higher Education Teacher Preparation in Support of Quality Improvement." --- For more information on this meeting, please visit: http://curry.virginia.edu/articles/ncrece-hosts-quality-improvement-in-early-childhood-education-meeting For more video presentations from this meeting, please visit: http://curry.virginia.edu/research/centers/castl/ncrece-spring-2013-meeting For more information on NCRECE, please visit: http://curry.virginia.edu//research/centers/castl/project/ncrece For more information on CASTL, please visit: http://curry.virginia.edu/research/centers/castl
A Game-based Experiential Approach to Teaching Professional Ethics
 
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Unlike the traditional approach to ethics education that involves reading, writing, and discussing moral reasoning in the abstract, our new pedagogy uses experiential games to position students in situations that require first-hand ethical decision-making. The games allow students to personally explore what factors prevent them from living up to their moral ideals, and what strategies are effective for coordinating groups to address collective-action problems, where personal incentives are at odds with the group’s best interests. Each game consists of complete and independent modules that can be combined to form undergraduate & graduate level courses in sustainability ethics. Furthermore, both the modules and the course are deliverable in a synchronous (or semi-synchronous) fashion at multiple Universities, wherein students at multiple campuses interact on-line through game play. The games can also be played entirely in-class, in blended learning environments (online and in-class), or completely online. This novel multi-campus form of instruction allows students to be mentored by multiple instructors from different disciplines. Also, when played internationally, students are exposed to the inequality of globalization since they engage directly with peers from distant places and experience first-hand whether they are willing to treat them with as much respect as their own classmates, or whether distance discourages moral behavior. To date, three full courses have been delivered at Rochester Institute of Technology and Arizona State University, while modules have been adopted in engineering, environmental science, and business courses at Mesa Community College, Michigan State University, University of Colorado -Boulder, Purdue University, Northeastern University, University of Arizona, University of Puerto Rico – Mayaguez, Dartmouth College, Mountains of the Moon University (Uganda), the Management Development Institute (India) and Desert Vista High School (Phoenix AZ). The project has trained nearly two dozen faculty and a dozen graduate and undergrad students to deliver the modules in two workshops. Moreover, the grant allowed for both student training and professional development, as it funded a four-year PhD dissertation in Sustainability as well as an undergraduate research experience. Dissemination of results is taking place both through traditional modes (several academic conferences, multiple public lectures, workshops, & journal articles) and through digital media, including on-line articles in Slate, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and other web-based media. Experience in several instructional contexts reinforce the hypothesis that the game-based pedagogies move students from passive to active, apathetic to emotionally invested, predictable to surprising, and from narratively closed to experimentally open. We’ve also been surprised at the ability of some groups to behave cooperatively, despite the inherent incentives to act otherwise. We attribute this success to the moral suasion of ethical leaders in our classrooms, and we argue that the importance of our findings extends beyond the classroom by offering potential models of cooperation for addressing real-world resource management challenges. Furthermore, an invention disclosure has been created for the Tragedy of the Commons Game (a.k.a the Pisces Game, which is our most successful and widely used game) that will be the first product of a spin-out company called 'Experiential Sustainability Ethics Training Games, LLC' (XSET Games). The Pisces Game simulates dilemmas where decisions must be made about depletion or preservation of resources held in the public commons, such as the problem of overfishing occurring in Lake Victoria -- the second largest freshwater lake in the world. In the game, players fish from a shared lake and make decisions related to conservation, consumption, capital investment, trading, or other transfers. XSET Games is unveiling a smartphone interface of the game on November 18th, 2013 at the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Annual Conference in Nashville. Participants are expected to obtain a greater understanding of the human dimensions of sustainability problems, such as diverse values and worldviews, social media skills related to leadership, teamwork, negotiation, and empathy, and (if the classroom experience is any indication) may discover relevant insights into their own or others’ moral character.
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Characteristics of Successful Staff Development
 
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Nancy P. Alexander's current and previous titles include Executive Director of Northwestern State University Child and Family Network, and President of the North Louisiana Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD). Winner of the Professional Trainer of the Year Award from the North Louisiana Chapter of ASTD, she regularly conducts workshops and training sessions at national and regional conferences, as well as teaches interactive early childhood education courses over the internet. She is a frequent contributor of articles and photographs to early childhood publications including Early Childhood News and Child Care Information Exchange. Nancy is a nationally recognized speaker and a highly sought-after presenter and workshop leader in early childhood programs throughout the country. She has been an active speaker and participant in the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), Southern Early Childhood Association (SECA), and Louisiana Early Childhood Association Annual Conference, among many other regional and national conferences. Nancy has received numerous honors throughout her 30-year career in early childhood education. Nancy was selected for the Shreveport Chamber of Commerce "One Hundred Women of the Century" and the Southern Early Childhood Association Outstanding Member Award.
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Artificial Intelligence & Education: Lifelong Learning Dialogue | Toru Iiyoshi | TEDxKyotoUniversity
 
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In this talk, Prof. Iiyoshi goes head to head with an AI questioning the fate of education and lifelong learning! Toru Iiyoshi was previously a senior scholar and Director of the Knowledge Media Laboratory at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching (1999-2008), and Senior Strategist in the Office of Educational Innovation and Technology at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2009-2011). He is the co-editor of the Carnegie Foundation book, "Opening Up Education: The Collective Advancement of Education through Open Technology, Open Content, and Open Knowledge" (MIT Press, 2008) and co-author of three books including "The Art of Multimedia: Design and Development of The Multimedia Human Body" and numerous academic and commercial articles. He received the Outstanding Practice Award in Instructional Development and the Robert M. Gagne Award for Research in Instructional Design from the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Currently, he is the director and a professor of the Center for the Promotion of Excellence in Higher Education (CPEHE) at Kyoto University. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Using Blended Learning to Support Interdisciplinary Professional Development for Teachers
 
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This presentation will share how a group of liberal arts faculty from Departments of Education, Biology, Chemistry, Math, and English used blended learning support the professional development of master teachers. 25 participating teachers from three diverse school districts attended several sessions and a 3 day summer workshop that was supplemented by ongoing blended learning support using Critical Friends Groups and Google Hangouts. Each university faculty member was assigned to a school as a disciplinary mentor and helped them improve their teaching and lesson plans with a goal of integrating a more interdisciplinary approach to the classroom teaching. Speakers: Sally Barton-Arwood of Belmont University Lauren Lunsford of Belmont University
LET Reviewer: Professional Education (Questions 1-25)
 
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LIST OF ADVANTAGES OF AUDITORY LEARNING 1. Allows for Multi-Tasking Proponents of this learning style claim that learning by ear allows an individual to be versatile when it comes to accomplishing several tasks. This is because by merely listening to audio recordings, one can process information without having to use the eyes or hands. That said, a person can do other things while studying. These can be driving, cooking, painting and cleaning, among others. This makes this learning style effective for people who have to engage in other activities during the process. Consequently, more things will be done in a little time. 2. Increased Retention People who advocate for auditory learning posit that a good listener has the ability to process information through hearing information and eventually retains it. By playing audio recordings repeatedly wherever the location may be, there is an increased possibility of improved retention in the memory bank. ****************************************************************************************************** If you like this videos please don't forget to give it a thumbs up and subscribe to my channel for more updates. social group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LETRe... website: https://letreviewer101.wixsite.com/we... DISCLAIMER: The admins do not claim ownership on the documents/photo/videos posted on this sites, yet i personalize the contents or articles to give relevant quality issues. all documents/photos/videos are only hosted by third parties as google drive. if you found respective copyright and wish for the documents/photos to be removed or taken down, feel free to contact me via e-mail at [email protected], and all your copyrighted works will be taken down as soon as possible. if you are the original author of any of the files LINKED here, please let me know so that i can acknowledge you better. The main purpose of the reviewer is to assist examinees who chose to review online.Thank you!
Views: 22765 Let Reviewer
LET Reviewer 2019: Professional Education | PRINCIPLES AND THEORIES OF LEARNING Part 2
 
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LIST OF ADVANTAGES OF AUDITORY LEARNING 1. Allows for Multi-Tasking Proponents of this learning style claim that learning by ear allows an individual to be versatile when it comes to accomplishing several tasks. This is because by merely listening to audio recordings, one can process information without having to use the eyes or hands. That said, a person can do other things while studying. These can be driving, cooking, painting and cleaning, among others. This makes this learning style effective for people who have to engage in other activities during the process. Consequently, more things will be done in a little time. 2. Increased Retention People who advocate for auditory learning posit that a good listener has the ability to process information through hearing information and eventually retains it. By playing audio recordings repeatedly wherever the location may be, there is an increased possibility of improved retention in the memory bank. ****************************************************************************************************** If you like this videos please don't forget to give it a thumbs up and subscribe to my channel for more updates. social group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LETRe... website: https://letreviewer101.wixsite.com/we... DISCLAIMER: The admins do not claim ownership on the documents/photo/videos posted on this sites, yet i personalize the contents or articles to give relevant quality issues. all documents/photos/videos are only hosted by third parties as google drive. if you found respective copyright and wish for the documents/photos to be removed or taken down, feel free to contact me via e-mail at [email protected], and all your copyrighted works will be taken down as soon as possible. if you are the original author of any of the files LINKED here, please let me know so that i can acknowledge you better. The main purpose of the reviewer is to assist examinees who chose to review online.Thank you!
Views: 2261 Let Reviewer
UWGIntrovideo
 
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Introduction Video – MEDT 7461 – Amanda Triplett Hello my name is Amanda Triplett, and I am excited to be in this class. Right now I’m a teacher at Dalton Middle School, where I teach 8th grade in a alternative program called the Success Academy. I was chosen for this position to provide a unique, hands-on experience to hopefully get these students re-engaged in the learning experience. I started off teaching 14 years ago and went through the English department at West Georgia. I was a journalism major until I took a Cultural Criticism class with a professor my third year in college who noticed I was a struggling reader, and that changed everything for me. I wanted to be that teacher for others. Before teaching at Dalton Middle School, where I am now, I spent 10 years in upstate New York, and I taught in an array of situations there, mostly in alternative education. I used creative writing and publishing in most of what I taught. I hope this degree will help me as I’m moving to a position next fall to direct the journalism program at my school. I’ll be publishing our school magazine, Just Saying, our morning show, and our yearbook. So, I would like to talk about professional development, which I love. I’ve had some wonderful professional development experiences in the 14 years I’ve been an educator. I have two that are very hard to choose between. One is attending or presenting at the National Council for Teachers of English. My favorite workshops there are the ones that last either a day or full day, where you really get to engage with the leaders and participants. You can build an ongoing relationship that lasts after the conference is over. That’s different than being a part of the National Writing Project, probably my strongest overall experience. I spent a summer a few years back working with other teachers and professors at their Summer Institute where I wrote curriculum and created professional development workshops. I still stay connected to these professionals even though I’ve moved back to Georgia. But, as I’ve read in our articles about being content focused, about professional development being ongoing, about school climate supporting p.d., I think the National Writing Project experience was definitely all of that. I can also think of a number of professional development experiences that were not positive. Where I already knew the material, or the material was not relevant to my classroom, or where the attitude about being there was not positive. I can remember one specifically that was geared toward teaching weight in the math classroom by using toothpicks to build a bridge. I tried to figure out how I could use any of what they were sharing in my classroom. I enjoyed connecting with math teachers, but I walked away feeling like my time had not been valued. I have an exciting idea about a professional development activity I’d like to provide in my school district and that is to start a teachers’ writing group. Recently I led a school-wide project around writing for a certain amount of time to publish a collaborative magazine. And, a few of our teachers refused to write with their students. I struggled to understand why they felt this way. I think teachers have a fear of writing, especially if they don’t teach English but even if they do. I want to create an ongoing group that promotes writing in our school and looks at different writing techniques, different ways of modeling writing for our students. I’ll talk about that more as the course continues, but I’m excited to be here. Thanks for listening.
Views: 16 Amanda Triplett
#1 Skill Every Student Has To Have | Jaime Casap, Google Education
 
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We spoke to Google's Education Evangelist Jaime Casap about the skills every student needs to have. Amongst Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Communication, Jaime shared with us what is the most important skill of all and that is Ability to Learn. Jaime believes this is the foundation of all. Do you agree with him? Let us know in the comments. About QS: After starting out as a student project at the Wharton School (USA) in 1990, QS now has offices all around the world, and has grown into a global network for students at all stages of their educational journey. The company is best known for publishing the QS World University Rankings – a comprehensive listing of the world’s top 1,000 universities. QS also offers various additional products, services and platforms, as well as hosting 350+ global events per year. Our aim is to enable motivated people anywhere in the world to fulfil their potential through educational achievement, international mobility, and career development. Connect with us: ➡️Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/topunis/ ➡️Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/topuniversities ➡️Twitter: https://twitter.com/TopUnis ➡️Google: https://plus.google.com/+topuniversities ➡️LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=64115 ➡️Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/topuniversities/ Website: https://www.topuniversities.com Thank you for taking the time to read this description. Please take a moment and leave your thoughts in the comment section. Knowing we are able to help you is what keeps us going. #Casap #QS #Education
Views: 343 Top Universities
Positive Discipline Strategies Yield Quick Results
 
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Classroom disruptions decline dramatically when kids are held accountable for their behavior to both their teachers and their classmates. For more videos, articles, and downloads from Edutopia's coverage of SEL in Jefferson County, visit http://www.edutopia.org/louisville-sel-schools-that-work
Views: 243105 Edutopia
Joseph S. Renzulli - Teachers Make a Difference - Elise Kent
 
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Dr. Joseph S. Renzulli is a leader and pioneer in gifted education and applying the pedagogy of gifted education teaching strategies to all students. The American Psychological Association named him among the 25 most influential psychologists in the world. He received the Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Award for Innovation in Education, considered by many to be “the Nobel” for educators, and was a consultant to the White House Task Force on Education of the Gifted and Talented. His work on the Three Ring Conception of Giftedness, the Enrichment Triad Model and curriculum compacting and differentiation were pioneering efforts in the 1970s, and he has contributed hundreds of books, book chapters, articles, and monographs to the professional literature, many of which have been translated to other languages. Dr. has received more than $50 million in research grants and several million dollars of additional funding for professional development and service projects. Dr. Renzulli established UConn’s annual Confratute Program with fellow Educational Psychology Professor Sally Reis. This summer institute on enrichment-based differentiated teaching has served more than 35,000 teachers from around the world since 1978. Dr. Renzulli also established the UConn Mentor Connection, a summer program that enables high-potential high school students to work side by side with leading scientists, historians, and artists and other leading edge university researchers. He is also the founder along with Dr. Reis of the Joseph S. Renzulli Gifted and Talented Academy in Hartford, Connecticut which has become a model for local and national urban school reform for high potential/low income students. His most recent work is an online personalized learning program that provides profiles of each student’s academic strengths, interests, learning styles, and preferred modes of expression. This unique program also has a search engine that matches multiply coded resources with student profiles. Teachers also use the program to select and infuse high engagement enrichment activities into any and all standardized curriculum topics.
TEC14: Plenary with Tom Power - Teacher Education, Mobile Learning and the challenges of Scale
 
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Plenary with Tom Power - Teacher Education, Mobile Learning and the challenges of Scale Tom Power, senior lecturer and Programme director for English in Action at the Open University, UK shares his views on what should be the relationship between the introduction of new technologies and the professional development of teachers and the main areas of challenge in delivering technology-enhanced programmes . Tom Power was the plenary speaker at the International English Language Teacher Educator Conference in Hyderabad from 21 - 23 February 2014 hosted by the British Council and English and Foreign Languages University (EFL-U) Hyderabad. www.britishcouncil.in/tec
NCRECE Sp13 Quality Improvement Leadership Symposia: Downer
 
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The National Center for Research on Early Child Education (NCRECE) at the Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) hosted a Quality Improvement Leadership Symposia on March 18th and 19th, 2013 in Washington, DC. This meeting focused on dissemination of the NCRECE Professional Development Study results, as well as presentations and discussions of the latest science regarding quality improvement in early childhood education. The goal for the meeting was to help synthesize the latest findings in a way that will help inform Institute of Education Sciences research agenda and provide valuable information to policymakers and researchers engaged in efforts to improve the quality of professional development in early childhood education. In this video, Jason Downer presents on "Results of the NCRECE Professional Development Study: Impacts on Teacher Practice and Child Outcomes". --- For more information on this meeting, please visit: http://curry.virginia.edu/articles/ncrece-hosts-quality-improvement-in-early-childhood-education-meeting For more video presentations from this meeting, please visit: http://curry.virginia.edu/research/centers/castl/ncrece-spring-2013-meeting For more information on NCRECE, please visit: http://curry.virginia.edu//research/centers/castl/project/ncrece For more information on CASTL, please visit: http://curry.virginia.edu/research/centers/castl
L2L: Librarians Learning to Support Learners Learning
 
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As library staff working in Higher Education (HE) we are continually involved in teaching The generic term for what librarians teach is Information Literacy (IL) IL is recognized as a critical life skill allied to digital literacy enabling learners to find, use and manage information as teachers, librarians offer interventions embedded in discipline modules, co-teach with academics, solo teach to prescribed learning outcomes and offer e-learning programmes via VLEs IL is a significant aspect of the work of Irish librarians as suggested by the number of research articles produced (O’Brien and Cronin 2016) Other literature also recognizes the deepening role of Librarians as teachers (McKinney and Wheeler 2015). Furthermore the literature suggests that while in practice librarians are teaching, their “acquisition and application of pedagogical knowledge” (Bewick and Corrall 2010) remains under-researched We suspect that librarians operate without a Professional Development (PD) framework that supports their practice and evolving role as teachers in HE We are interested in discovering if the Professional Development Framework for All Staff Who Teach in Higher Education (September 2016) and that suggested in the Digital Badges project (All Aboard Project 2016) will help librarians who teach by creating a sustainable PD process. It is proposed that by carrying out primary and secondary research, findings will emerge to inform existing policy and also create key recommendations to enhance the current PD practice of librarians in HE This research will involve key stakeholders such as library staff, academic colleagues, students, professional associations, academic providers of Library and Information Science education and colleagues from our respective Centres for Teaching and Learning All findings and ensuing recommendations will be publicly shared with wider bodies such as professional associations, educational providers and to colleagues across the HE sector, including Consortium of National and University Libraries (CONUL) to extend the benefits
The search for the Holy Grail: How teacher education can make a difference
 
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Keynote Lecture at the Bringing Teacher Education Conference at the University of Oslo The speaker is Prof. Dr. Fred Korthagen is professor emeritus of education in the Netherlands, specializing in teacher education. His primary fields of interest are the professional development of teachers and teacher educators, and the pedagogy of teacher education. He has published a large number of articles and books on these issues. Well known is his 2001 book Linking practice and theory: The pedagogy of realistic teacher education.
Professional Development Services (Overview: Part 3 of 3)
 
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What professional development services are available from Northeast Foundation for Children (NEFC)? NEFC, the developer of the Responsive Classroom approach, offers a variety of consulting services, trainings, and publications designed for elementary educators. Visit http://www.responsiveclassroom.org to learn more. This is Part 3 of the Responsive Classroom Overview. Watch Part 1: "What is the Responsive Classroom approach?" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKFKCoG1asc Watch Part 2: "What does the Responsive Classroom approach look like in a school?" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tdj5GZRvVwI Filmed on location at: * Kensington Elementary, Springfield, MA * Hyde-Addison Elementary, Washington, DC * Garfield Elementary, Springfield, VA * SOAR @ Green Valley Ranch, Denver, CO * The 2011 Responsive Classroom Schools Conference * Responsive Classroom I (RCI) institute at Riverwood Elementary, Memphis, TN Video production by Vermont Films Group, Brattleboro, VT
Views: 9601 Responsive Classroom
Creating an Employee Development Plan for Improved Employee Performance
 
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Get a free coaching session with Stephen Goldberg for leaders and managers https://mailchi.mp/4966f7407de6/freecoachingsession Sgn up to receive my bi-monthly newsletter http://eepurl.com/gChMb Download free worksheets, forms and templates from https://www.eloquens.com/channel/stephen-goldberg Get access to forms worksheets and templates from my website http://eepurl.com/ccGNlX Read articles on my blog http://www.optimusperformance.ca/blog/ Support the making of these videos by becoming a Patreon https://www.patreon.com/StephenGoldberg The old expression, “failing to plan is planning to fail" also applies to employee development. In my recent article (http://www.optimusperformance.ca/managing-employees-for-change-improved-productivity/) about a leaders' struggle to deal with employees being resistant to change, I wrote that strategic planning for employee development is a practice that a leader must undertake to avoid this dilemma. Developing a human resource or employee development plan is often the responsibility of the human resource department if there is one. From my perspective, it's the leader’s responsibility because the leader is accountable for the performance of the department and each employee. Here is my list of things for the leader or manager to do to develop a strategic plan for employee development..... Read full article here: A Leadership Job Description :http://www.forbes.com/sites/mikemyatt... How to set and achieve any goal using a goal planning worksheet: http://www.optimusperformance.ca/how-... Learn How to Write a Job Description including a downloadable template https://curious.com/stephengoldberg/j... Learn How to Set & Achieve Goals including Goal Setting Form for download https://curious.com/stephengoldberg/g... Take my lessons +20,000 more @Curious on anything from tennis, to test prep, to tango. As my student, get 20% OFF! http://curious.com?coupon=curiousteac...
Views: 28821 Stephen Goldberg
International Journal of Education ( IJE )
 
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International Journal of Education ( IJE ) ISSN : 2348 – 1552 http://airccse.com/ije/index.html Call for papers International Journal of Education (IJE) is a Quarterly peer-reviewed and refereed open access journal that publishes articles which contribute new results in all areas of Education. The journal is devoted to the publication of high quality papers on theoretical and practical aspects of Educational research. The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on Educational advancements, and establishing new collaborations in these areas. Original research papers, state-of-the-art reviews are invited for publication in all areas of Education. Topics of Interest include, but are not limited to, the following Integrating technology in curriculum: Challenges & Strategies Collaborative & Interactive Learning Tools for 21st Century learning Learning Analysis Education Management Systems Education Policy and Leadership Business Education Virtual and remote laboratories Pedagogy Enhancement with E-Learning Course Management Systems Educating the educators Professional Development for teachers in ICT Teacher Evaluation Web-based tools for education Games and simulations in Education Learning / Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Curriculum, Research and Development Counselor Education Student Selection Criteria in Interdisciplinary Studies Global Issues in Education and Research Technology Support for Pervasive Learning Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Human computer Interaction in Education Mobile/ubiquitous computing in education Web 2.0, Social Networking, Blogs and Wikis Multimedia in Education Paper Submission **************** Authors are invited to submit papers for this journal through E-mail: [email protected] Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this Journal. For other details please visit http://airccse.com/ije/index.html
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THE MAN WHO RESCUED LAGOS STATE..20 BILLION MONTHLY
 
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If your action inspires others to dream more, learn more, and become more, you are a good leader. When the former President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo withheld Lagos State Federal monthly allocation for twenty months during Ahmed Tinubu administration as the governor of Lagos State, the State was facing financial difficulties, Dr. Patrick Ayo Akinyelure was there to rescue Lagos state from going bankrupt. The then Governor Ahmed Tinubu was very happy with Dr. . Patrick Ayo Akinyelure for helping the State to improve Its financial status , the then Governor quickly appointed Dr Patrick AYO Akinyelure as the Chairman, Lagos State Amenities Restoration and Improvement Project (LARIP). AYO did very well as the Chairman of LARIP Because of his hard work, honesty, and track record, Dr.Ayo Akinyelure, a Chartered Accountant become a financial consultant to many state governments including Federal government of Nigeria. Dr. Patrick Akinyelure became tax adviser to the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. His major investment has been into education. Dr Patricky Ayo Akinyelure became the first Ondo State indigene to establish a private tertiary institution known as Allover Central Polytechnic. Over the years Dr. Ayo Akinyelure has been involved in community development of his areas both in Lagos and his home State, Ondo State through the provision of finance for road rehabilitation. Equally many students do benefit from the scholarship scheme of Allover educational foundation to study at Allover Central Polytechnic in Ogun State, Nigeria on annual basis Because of his generosity and his humanitarian gesture to his community, He was invited by is people to come and represent them at the Federal level, Dr. Akinyelure heeded to the call, In 2011, Dr. Ayo Akinyelure was elected to the National assembly as a Distinguished Senator representing Ondo central, in Ondo State. Loved and trusted by his colleagues in the Senate, Senator Ayo Akinyelure was elected as the chairman of one of the most powerful committees in the Senate. Senator Patrick Ayo Akinyelure, a fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Of Nigeria (ICAN) Fellow Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN) Fellow member of Institute of Public Administration Of Nigeria (FIPA) and Associate member of Nigeria Institute of Management, Senator Akinyelure graduated from Yaba College of Technology in HND accountancy. Senator Ayo Akinyelure holds Master degree in Managerial psychology (MMP) from the university Ibadan, and a doctorate degree in public Administration from All Saints University of New York, United States. He has published various articles in professional journals and textbooks for the development of technical education in Nigeria. Senator Ayo Akinyelure is married to his beautiful wife Fola. "Leaders instill in their people hope for success and belief in themselves. Positive leaders empower people to accomplish their goals." Senator Patrick Ayo Akinyelure has empowered his people especially the youths. He gave them education. He created job opportunities for all and sundry.provided amenities for his community. Dr. Patrick Ayo Akinyelure, "you are a selfless politician", you have done very well, keep the good job going. Senator Patrick Ayo Akinyelure will be contesting for re-election as a Senator representing Ondo Central in Ondo State. NABN TV wishing you the best of luck.
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Nida Usman Chaudhary, Founder Lahore Education and Research Network l Qanoondan
 
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Nida holds LL.B (Hons) and LL.M in Law & Development from University of London. She is the Founder of Lahore Education And Research Network (LEARN) which aims to bridge the gaps between education and practice through research and capacity building workshops and the founder of the 'Women in Law' initiative in Pakistan. She has been at the forefront of bringing the notion of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in law to Pakistan through her engagement as the Vice Principal and Director of International Programmes at School of Law, Lahore in 2013. She has considerable counseling and academic experience and has been teaching law since 2005. She occasionally contributes articles on legal issues to newspapers and academic blogs and is an internationally published author of several papers on investment law. She was also engaged to give her legal opinion on BITS and conduct capacity building sessions on international investment laws for the Punjab Board of Investment and Trade (PBIT) when she was working at RSIL, Pakistan. She combines her professional interests in law and human rights with her activism on environmental and development issues. She was the head of the 'Human Rights Society' at the University College Lahore and has been very actively involved with the Lahore Bachao Tehreek (Save Lahore Movement). Nida is interested in promoting and cultivating understanding between people of the world for a more tolerant and peaceful society. She believes education needs to play a more potent role in developing and nourishing young minds so that the progressive, green and peaceful world that we aspire can become a reality for all. It is towards that end that she is now working.
Views: 1037 Qanoondan
Joseph S. Renzulli - Enjoyment, Engagement and Enthusiasm
 
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Dr. Joseph S. Renzulli is a leader and pioneer in gifted education and applying the pedagogy of gifted education teaching strategies to all students. The American Psychological Association named him among the 25 most influential psychologists in the world. He received the Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Award for Innovation in Education, considered by many to be “the Nobel” for educators, and was a consultant to the White House Task Force on Education of the Gifted and Talented. His work on the Three Ring Conception of Giftedness, the Enrichment Triad Model and curriculum compacting and differentiation were pioneering efforts in the 1970s, and he has contributed hundreds of books, book chapters, articles, and monographs to the professional literature, many of which have been translated to other languages. Dr. has received more than $50 million in research grants and several million dollars of additional funding for professional development and service projects. Dr. Renzulli established UConn’s annual Confratute Program with fellow Educational Psychology Professor Sally Reis. This summer institute on enrichment-based differentiated teaching has served more than 35,000 teachers from around the world since 1978. Dr. Renzulli also established the UConn Mentor Connection, a summer program that enables high-potential high school students to work side by side with leading scientists, historians, and artists and other leading edge university researchers. He is also the founder along with Dr. Reis of the Joseph S. Renzulli Gifted and Talented Academy in Hartford, Connecticut which has become a model for local and national urban school reform for high potential/low income students. His most recent work is an online personalized learning program that provides profiles of each student’s academic strengths, interests, learning styles, and preferred modes of expression. This unique program also has a search engine that matches multiply coded resources with student profiles. Teachers also use the program to select and infuse high engagement enrichment activities into any and all standardized curriculum topics.
One Tool to Explore the World -- Google World Wonders
 
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Where to go for free online teacher professional development: http://www.simplek12.com/upcoming-free-webinars/ Would you like to explore the world from within the boundaries of your classroom? Imagine yourself... snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef, hiking down the Grand Canyon, trekking through the arctic tundra... all in the same afternoon! You might think it impossible, but thanks to technology and the kind people at Google it is possible, and FREE. Google World Wonders allows you to explore the world with your students. Along with 360 degree panoramas and virtual tours, you'll find educational articles on-hand while you delve into each world heritage site. This makes it easier than ever for students to extend their learning as they explore each site.
Views: 284 SimpleK12
The story behind the video
 
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Loschert. K. (2015). Making technology count: lack of support, poor professional development, and pedagogical beliefs limit teachers’ use of technology. Alliance for excellent education (Vol 15 No.12) Retrieved from https://all4ed.org/articles/making-technology-count-lack-of-support-poor-professional-development-and-pe dagogical-beliefs-limit-teachers-use-of-technology/ Strauss. V (2011, June 30) The trouble with professional development for teachers. Retrieved from https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/post/the-trouble-with-professional-development-for-teachers/2011/06/30/AGRxQfrH_blog.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.78b59a04cf0c Phillips. Pat (2017). ​Personalizing Professional Development For Teachers, By Teachers Retrieved from https://www.edsurge.com/news/2017-01-04-personalizing-professional-development-for-teachers-by-teachers
Views: 17 Melissa Summerford
Because of a Teacher (A Tribute to All of Those Making a Difference)
 
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Hey teachers, thanks for all that you do. This is a short, inspirational video to say "thanks." Note that I didn't separate out "general education" from ELL and special education because I believe that special education teachers also teach math, science, reading, writing, life skills, etc. TRANSCRIPT: Right now, there’s a kindergarten teacher perusing the aisles of Target. Even though he still has two more weeks of summer break, he is already dreaming up ways to make his students feel welcome. His classroom will be a refuge. For a few kids, it will be the only place where they truly feel safe. Because of a teacher. There’s a language arts teacher who will take a week and give up her lunch period – those blessed 26 minutes to scarf down a meal – in order to help a student learn how to read. And although the progress is slow, he will become a reader. Because of a teacher. There's a math teacher who will have a room full of kids who claim that they’re “just not good at math.” By the end of the year, his kids will be geeking out over ways to solve complex problems. They’ll see that math can be creative and even fun. And they will become problem-solvers. Because of a teacher. There’s a science teacher who will inspire her students to chase after their questions and on one afternoon they’ll be so excited about their experiments that they won’t even notice the bell ring. And they will become scientists . . . Because of a teacher. There are history teachers who will inspire students to record history and a group of PE teachers who will encourage kids to get more active. There are technology teachers who will help kids send their work to the world and fine arts teachers who will help kids find their creative voice. There are foreign language teachers who will be helping kids communicate globally and CTE teachers who will help prepare kids for all kinds of jobs And there’s this teacher librarian who will see the students as children and not data. He’s creating a makerspace while also inspiring kids to fall in love with reading. And they will become life-long learners . . . Because of a teacher. And right now, there's a 4th-grade teacher with a scribbled up yellow legal pad. She’s dreaming up wild new projects. And even though she jokes about not wanting to go back, she is secretly excited about meeting her new group students. This is her 27th year and she’s still taking creative risks. To her, it’s no big deal. It’s what she does. But it’s a big deal to her students. To them, she is a hero. This year, she will make her students' world epic, like she always does. They will remember her forever and she will change the world in ways that she cannot even fathom. And all of this will happen . . . Because of a teacher.
Views: 180700 John Spencer
MALIT - Mark Burns, Director
 
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Mark Burns is Director of MALIT. Mark Burns tells how his dynamic work - through insets and interventions - can help schools and teachers move to Outstanding. More About Mark Burns: Exposure to the effects of deprivation on learning led Mark to embark on a mission to create better opportunities for young people through education; removing barriers to their growth and development along the way. Mark's keen appreciation about what motivates people to learn and engage lies at the core of his training. Mark brings a wealth of experience from his twelve years of teaching as well as working in the field of gifted and talented education. Today, Mark works with pivotal people in schools across the UK who are immersed in the day-to-day of teaching and learning, people who are often frustrated by the lack of time or space to adapt and change to do things better. Through MALIT's Outstanding Teaching intervention programme, and its UK wide pool of seasoned educational professionals, he has helped transform the practices of thousands of teachers, creating opportunities and success stories for tens of thousands of students. Awards Mark has worked extensively delivering and coaching on the TES Training Award shortlisted Outstanding Teaching intervention in schools nationwide. Through this work, observing literally hundreds of lessons in both primary and secondary schools, he has gained a keen understanding of the key ingredients required to transform learning in the classroom so that it is active, high in challenge, collaborative and student-led. Indeed he has helped hundreds of teachers create lessons that end with the disappointed learners wanting more! Mark's training programme, The Uncertainty Principle with a Liverpool Secondary school was shortlisted for the prestigious 2010 TES Awards. The programme aimed to equip staff with tools and strategies to deal with the on-going change that life and upheaval inevitably bring. Experience Over the last five years Mark has worked intensively with school leaders and teachers nationwide to develop the quality of learning in the classroom sustainably. This work has been highly valued by both the teachers themselves and their headteachers. He works extensively with school leaders to identify the barriers to levelling up the quality of teaching and practical strategies to overcome them. Delivering training on a day-to-day basis for primary and secondary schools on teaching and learning. He has also delivered keynotes at national events such as the 'Outstanding Schools of the Future' Teachology conference in Manchester. Mark delivers a range of popular one day CPD courses for Osiris Educational Mark is available for keynote presentations, inspiring and thought-provoking one day INSET, and longer term training programmes. Publications Mark co-wrote the book Outstanding Teaching: Engaging Learners with Andy Griffith, published in 2012. Written several articles for 'Business Review' magazine published by Phillip Allan. To discuss how Mark may work with your school, please contact us at www.malit.org.uk
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Early Recognition Of Child Development Problems / Educational Video
 
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Recognizing Child Development Problems / Educational Video. Public domain video courtesy of CDC. It's time to change how we view a child's growth. Do you know all the ways you should measure your childs growth? We naturally think of height and weight, but from birth to 5 years, your child should reach milestones in how he plays, learns, speaks and acts. A delay in any of these areas could be a sign of a developmental problem, even autism. The good news is, the earlier its recognized the more you can do to help your child reach her full potential. Early recognition of developmental disabilities such as autism is key for parents and providers. CDC realized the impact on families and invested in a campaign to help parents measure their children's progress by monitoring how they play, learn, speak and act. What is child development? A child's growth is more than just physical. Children grow, develop, and learn throughout their lives, starting at birth. A child's development can be followed by how they play, learn, speak, and behave. What is a developmental delay? Will my child just grow out of it? Skills such as taking a first step, smiling for the first time, and waving "bye bye" are called developmental milestones. Children reach milestones in playing, learning, speaking, behaving, and moving (crawling, walking, etc.). A developmental delay is when your child does not reach these milestones at the same time as other children the same age. If your child is not developing properly, there are things you can do that may help. Most of the time, a developmental problem is not something your child will "grow out of" on his or her own. But with help, your child could reach his or her full potential! What is developmental screening? Doctors and nurses use developmental screening to tell if children are learning basic skills when they should, or if they might have problems. Your child's doctor may ask you questions or talk and play with your child during an exam to see how he or she learns, speaks, behaves, and moves. Since there is no lab or blood test to tell if your child may have a delay, the developmental screening will help tell if your child needs to see a specialist. Why is developmental screening important? When a developmental delay is not recognized early, children must wait to get the help they need. This can make it hard for them to learn when they start school. In the United States, 17 percent of children have a developmental or behavioral disability such as autism, intellectual disability (also known as mental retardation), or Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). In addition, many children have delays in language or other areas. In addition, many children have delays in language or other areas. But, less than half of children with problems are identified before starting school. During this time, the child could have received help for these problems and may even have entered school more ready to learn. Talk to your child's doctor or nurse if you have concerns about how your child is developing. If you or your doctor think there could be a problem, you can take your child to see a developmental pediatrician or other specialist, and you can contact your local early intervention agency (for children under 3) or public school (for children 3 and older) for help. To find out who to speak to in your area, you can contact the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities by logging on to http://www.nichcy.org/ or calling 1-800-695-0285. In addition, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has links to information for families at www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/resources/familyresources.htm. If there is a problem, it is very important to get your child help as soon as possible.
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Global Education Colloquium
 
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The Global Educational Discourse: What is the Focus and How Does it Vary? October 20, 2015 Alex Wiseman, Lehigh University Education is seemingly the solution to all problems, but is this just a fad? Evidence shows that modern societies engage in rational processes to improve individuals and society, a process known as “scientization.” In order to understand why mass education becomes the de facto solution to so many non-education problems, this talk addresses mass education’s impact on and transformation through the phenomenon of scientization. First, the scientized educational discourse at the global level is analyzed through discourse analysis of multinational organizations’ policy documents and reports. Second, scientization of education in national policy documents is investigated using three national cases (Australia, Germany, and the USA). Findings suggest that a globally-scientized discourse about education exists, but that national variation reflects significantly-scientized-yet-contextually-rooted differences. About the Speaker Dr. Alexander W. Wiseman has more than 19 years of professional experience working with government education departments, university-based teacher education programs, community-based professional development for teachers and as a classroom teacher in both the U.S. and East Asia. Dr. Wiseman leads strategic planning workshops, informs educational policy development, provides evidence-based training programs, speaks internationally and presents extensively in the areas of international testing, teacher preparation and professional development, strategic planning, system assessment and reform, education policy, change management, equitable educational access for girls and boys, institutional capacity building, school-to-work transition and civic education. Dr. Wiseman conducts internationally comparative educational research using large-scale education datasets on math and science education, information and communication technology (ICT), teacher preparation, professional development and curriculum as well as school principal’s instructional leadership activity, and is the author of many research-to-practice articles and books. He is also the Series Editor of International Perspectives on Education and Society, Editor of the Annual Review of Comparative and International Education, and the Senior Editor of FIRE: Forum for International Research in Education. Drexel University School of Education
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