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Nigel Coutts

A pedagogy for Cultural Understanding & Human Empathy - The Learner's Way - 6 views

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    How we see ourselves, how we describe ourselves reveals a great deal about how we see 'others'. In May of this year, speaking to the audience of the International Conference on Thinking, Bruno Della Chiesa invited us to consider how we might approach the question of "who we are?". In responding to such a question, what list of affiliations do we invoke to define ourselves?
Judy Robison

Online University Reviews : 100 Most Inspiring and Innovative Blogs for Educators - 2 views

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    "Whether you work at elementary schools or online colleges, you will find that being a teacher is a difficult and often thankless job. Between lesson plans, unengaged students, and new emerging technologies, teachers need help now more than ever. Luckily, there are a few resources out there for educators looking for tips, empathy, and inspiration. Blogs are a great way for teachers to connect with other great teachers around the world, find advice and inspiration, and learn new, cutting-edge teaching strategies. By visiting the 100 blogs below, you will find answers to all of your questions, as well as valuable teaching resources."
Kathleen N

Take 2 Inc. - Homepage - 0 views

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    This is in incredible resource and opportunity. Great for collaboration with Digital Media Class and content area subject. I also like the advocacy and "pass it forward" requirements.
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    How to Turn a Teenager Into a Global Citizen 1. Provide professionally-shot conflict-zone footage free of charge to high school and college students in the USA and across the globe. 2. Support the students in creating documentaries, shorts, and public service announcements that demonstrate understanding and empathy with their subjects. 3. Provide forums for students to collaborate with other participating schools and receive peer/expert feedback on their projects and ideas. 4. Encourage the students to showcase their projects in a variety of forums in order to practice their leadership skills and create a broader public understanding on issues of global significance
Steve Ransom

6 girls arrested in Facebook teacher attack invite - Yahoo! News - 41 views

  • Sadler said the teachers targeted by the threatening comments were shocked by the arrests because the six girls were good students. Some held leadership positions while others had top grades.
  • "I don't understand their motivation. I don't think they think about the consequences because they're young. They're pretty immature then."
  • Children's stresses are so great that they can act out on their frustrations. Parents need to monitor what their kids are doing on communication devices."
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      Everyone gets frustrated. This is NOT a reasonable conclusion for being frustrated or stressed. What is evolving in the fabric of our youth that to even consider such actions, let alone make them public, is even possible? There don't appear to be disturbed young girls. The fact that they are likely "normal" in every respect makes this story even more disturbing.
Steve Ransom

Simone Back Announces Suicide On Facebook--And None Of Her Friends Help - 49 views

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    "Friends" did nothing.
Roland Gesthuizen

The Twitter Trap - NYTimes.com - 0 views

  • my inner worrywart wonders whether the new technologies overtaking us may be eroding characteristics that are essentially human: our ability to reflect, our pursuit of meaning, genuine empathy, a sense of community connected by something deeper than snark or political affinity.
  • “The generation that had information, but no context. Butter, but no bread. Craving, but no longing.”
  • before we succumb to digital idolatry, we should consider that innovation often comes at a price. And sometimes I wonder if the price is a piece of ourselves.
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    "Last week my wife and I told our 13-year-old daughter she could join Facebook. Within a few hours she had accumulated 171 friends, and I felt a little as if I had passed my child a pipe of crystal meth."
Philippe Scheimann

10 Simple Postures That Boost Performance - PsyBlog - 43 views

  • Psychological research suggests simple actions can project power, persuade others, increase empathy, boost cognitive performance and more...
  • Pose for power
  • Powerful poses take up more space, so spread your body and open up the arms or legs. When you dominate the space, your mind gets the message.
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  • Tense up for willpower
  • Cross arms for persistence
  • Lie down for insight
  • Smile for happiness
  • best naps were 10 minutes long
  • Gesture for persuasion
  • And gesture for understanding
  • hildren who were encouraged to gesture while learning, retained more of what they learnt.
  • Nap for performance
  • 9. Mimic to empathise
  • Imitate to comprehend
  • Many of these studies support a theory about human life (and indeed all life) called 'embodied cognition'. The idea is that we don't just think with our minds, we also think with our bodies. Our mind isn't a brain in a jar, it is connected to a body which moves around in an environment.
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    simple yet powerful
Garth Holman

Implementing 21st Century Skills - Blog - 0 views

  • Garth, Steph and I are currently listening to Alan November speak at a technology conference at Bowling Green State University.  He started with a question: "what is the most important skill we should be teaching students?".  Alan then said thathat the president of HSBC, West Point University and a college professor all said that it should be EMPATHY.  Interesting talk Mr. November is giving about all the ways we, as teachers, should be using technology, but he is very pessimistic about teachers changing, giving students more control and bringing social networking into the classroom.  Great talking points, lots to think about.  More from the road as it occurs.
  • I read Harry Wong's First Days of School years ago.  I bought in to his ideas on teaching rules and procedures for the first days of school.  However, doing that on the first day of school made me just like everyone else.  That is not me, I am not everyone else.  I stand at the door and greet my students.  At th
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    Students as Historians, project video up to view. #sschat #socialstudies #historyteacher #edchat http://t.co/uirdKmej
Nigel Coutts

Politics, Education and Lessons from 2016 - The Learner's Way - 8 views

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    It is difficult to have not noticed that the Presidential Election in the United States of America has been somewhat controversial. The same conclusion can be drawn about 'Brexit'. The implications of these events will keep historians, political analysts and indeed educators busy for many years. Regardless of your political leanings there are genuine implications for educators in these events and a considered response now and in the coming months (even years) will be required. 
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A.T. Garcia

CORE VALUES- respect, responsibility, empathy or persistence - 28 views

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    Expected behavior is made explicit through the Core Values of the school, and is reinforced in every classroom and all common spaces. 
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