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Roland Gesthuizen

Assessing Student Interests and Strengths - ReadWriteThink - 82 views

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    "In this Strategy Guide, you'll learn about a number of specific methods that can help you to gain a fuller picture of the interests of your students as well as what your students understand, know, and can demonstrate by doing."
Roland Gesthuizen

Sorting Algorithms - 23 views

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    Teach #cs4hs computational thinking with #scratch. Scroll down to see the sorting algorithm dancers.
Roland Gesthuizen

Open Education Sites Offer Free Content for All | MindShift - 76 views

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    "Open education sites exemplify how technology is democratizing education. These sites allow both learners and teachers to create their own curriculum, whether it's used in or out of the classroom."
Roland Gesthuizen

Open Educational Resources (OER): Resource Roundup | Edutopia - 56 views

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    "An educator's guide to open educational resources (OER), including online repositories, curriculum-sharing websites, sources for lesson plans and activities, and open textbooks. "
Roland Gesthuizen

Teaching in "The Cloud" with Evernote - YouTube - 193 views

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      Nice video example of how to use this software in the classroom.
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    All your post was very useful for me, thanks for sharing!
Roland Gesthuizen

Learn from your mistakes « newteachersblog - 6 views

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    If you are a new teacher, you'll be making lots (and lots) of mistakes. Don't worry about it. You'll not only survive them, you'll learn from them and if you reflect on them honestly, you'll be a better teacher for them too.
megan Heath

Google: Exploring Computational Thinking - 90 views

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    Lessons for middle/highschool math students
Roland Gesthuizen

Out-of-tune plans should hit a shorter note - News - TES Connect - 47 views

  • All an experienced teacher needs is one big plan and short prompts for lessons
  • Far from being scientific, as the word "evidence" implies, this faith in the written plan is almost superstitious
  • Teaching has become a plan-centred profession. The things you do are only validated by written evidence that you intended to do them. It makes no sense, yet is widely accepted
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  • Respond to the child, not the plan.
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    "If I could have your detailed lesson plans for next week, that would be great. Thanks!" Why? We plan too much. Long-term plans, in-depth plans, planning per week, per lesson, per pupil. Yet we work with unpredictable children, so we revise our plans because the lesson didn't go according to plan.
Steve Ransom

Letting Go in the Classroom: ASCD Talks with an Author: Robyn Jackson - 74 views

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    Really important points regarding the idea that we have sanitized learning in the classroom. Embrace the messiness and let kids do the work of learning!
Kathleen N

A Snapshot of Differentiated Instruction - Lesson Plans | Show and Tell - 6 views

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    "Activities for Differentiated Instruction Addressing All Levels of Bloom's Taxonomy and Eight Multiple Intelligences." This title, by Audrey C. Rule and Linda Hurley Lord sounds too good to be true. This document is an 83-page gold mine. In the first eight pages, the introduction reviews the basics of both Bloom's and Gardner's work. Then it explains the qualities of differentiated instruction, referring to Tomlinson, as well as making the connections to Bloom and Gardner.
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