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Looking for Partners for Distributing School Softwares - 0 views

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    We are looking for partners for distributing our product "eduWare - Unique Software for School" in India and outside. School Management Software is computerized system that has changed the definition of School management.
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Eduware School Management Softwares Different Modules - 0 views

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    The main purpose of School Management Systems is to help Schools manage various operations including student data, administrative, and fundraising operations. School management will remarkably reduce 95% of manual work. For a School there is a lot of paperwork that needs to be done every day.
Ludmilla Smirnova

Timing of IWB Challenge - UK schools on summer break - 67 views

Ludmilla Smirnova wrote: I agree with Tom And Elizabeth on the time line, I was about to ask the same question. August is the time for a short break before the Fall semester here in Newburgh, NY....

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Nigel Coutts

Schools are made of People - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    Schools are made of people. Schools are all about people. Schools are made from the connections between people. Schools exist to serve people and make the lives of all people better.
Nigel Coutts

Organisational Learning - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    For schools the concept of a learning organisation should make perfect sense, after all learning is our core business, or it should be. Perhaps that almost three decades after Peter Senge identified the importance of learning within organisations the idea is only now gaining traction in schools tells us something about the approach taken to learning and teaching within schools. With an increased focus on the development of professional learning communities as a response to the complex challenges that emerge from a rapidly changing society, it is worth looking at what a learning organisation requires for success.
Venizz Smith

Custom Essays UK - 0 views

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    Though most schools weight the numbers a little more; your LSAT score and GPA have a big impact, law school essays are definitely taken into account. Moreover, your law school essay will make or break your application if you're a borderline applicant, and it can even make up for a weak showing in the numbers department.
Nigel Coutts

Finding a new paradise for education in times of chaos - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    Through any lens schools are complex places. A melting pot of human, social, political, economic, technological, physical and philosophical tensions. At once the stronghold of our cultural traditions and facilitators of our future wellbeing, schools serve as pillars of stability constructed at the event horizon between our now and our tomorrow. Perhaps at this point in time more than ever is this tension between the role that schools play in indoctrinating our youth into the ways of society at odds with the imperative to prepare them for their futures.
Jonathan Wylie

The Benefits of Google Apps for Education in Schools - 59 views

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    With so many schools adopting Google Apps for Education, you may be wondering what all the fuss is about. This article explores exactly what you can look forward to if your school or district decides to 'go Google'.
Danny Nicholson

Getting the most from your interactive whiteboard: A guide for primary schools - 0 views

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    Getting the most from your interactive whiteboard: A guide for primary schools This guide is specifically aimed at senior managers and teachers in primary schools, and includes practical classroom examples and case studies.
Nigel Coutts

The Power of Relationship for Positive School Climate - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    In teaching and for learning relationships are everything.   This is one of those statements that cannot be overstated, it is true now, it has always been true.To craft a truly positive school climate demands our fullest attention to every detail of every relationship we build but the effort is well worth it.  
Dana Huff

Free Technology for Teachers: How To Do 11 Techy Things In the New School Year - 69 views

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    A quick-start guide for teachers who want to try something new in the 2010-2011 school year.
Cara Whitehead

Back to School - 3 views

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    Great word list and free online games for the first week of school
Chris Betcher

The black board in the primary school - 34 views

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    The blackboard in Primary School... from 1841, it sounds like we haven't really come that far.
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    LOVE it!!
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    nice site i visit ......
Nigel Coutts

Rethinking Time to see Education as a Lifelong Journey - Lessons from Blueback - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    Blueback is a beautiful metaphor for life and particularly of the life we live in schools. When looked at close up, with an eye on the details, the experience of school is one of passing and recurring cycles. When looked at from a distance, with an eye on the whole, there are elements of constancy, the throughlines which bring meaning to our experience and which have as their consequence the residuals of education. 
Nigel Coutts

Debating false dichotomies: a new front in the education wars - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    Sometimes, it seems everyone who ever went to school is an expert on education and has a plan to make it better. Actual teaching experience, years of professional learning and formal training are all easily swept aside. The result is an ongoing dialog around what schools should do, what teachers need to do more of or less of and how the academic success of the nation is linked to strategy x or y.
Nigel Coutts

The Eight Cultural Forces - The lens & the lever - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    This unavoidable and irreducible complexity means that schools are challenging place to study, to understand and to manage change within. Even for the teacher who spends everyday inside the school there is so much going on that unguided observations and the plans based upon them come with no guarantee of success. - We need a lens and a lever to manage this complexity. -  Such a lens is offered by the 'cultural forces'.
Nigel Coutts

The challenge and promise of learning organisations - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    There is a great deal that I like about this description of humanity at its best from Ryan & Deci. It is both a goal to be achieved and an indicator of conditions which are required for us to fulfil our potential. While the focus of this statement is on the actions of the individual we can see how society might act to deny individuals the opportunities to lead such an inspired and agentic life. I like to imagine what a school might be like if every individual who plays a part in its functioning strove to extend themselves, master new skills and apply their talents responsibly.  Maybe schools would be like the 'learning organisations' described by Peter Senge. 
Nigel Coutts

Building Home-School Connections for Continuous Learning - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    When schools communicate, and share strategies they are using to develop mindsets, dispositions and competencies with parents and when parents adopt these strategies and elements of a metalanguage for learning and thinking, our students are better able to integrate the desirable attributes. 
Ludmilla Smirnova

Lesson plans and resources for your SMART Board - SMART Exchange - Contest - 50 views

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    New smarttech Home
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    The experience I have found is that Unversity lecturers, preservice students and schools (the majority, not the minority) are struggling to understand how to use technologies such as whiteboards in an effective manner. The typical response for change in institutions is to push the technology not the pedagogy. Also, not sure of the percentage of casual teachers, high I believe, is that they go from school to school, where some have smartboards, some promethean and other various models. Where does the education for technology start? In the schools, the universities, the student? or the manufacture who puts out promotional material on the web, hoping this will transfuse into the teachers time poor memory of lesson plans.
Nigel Coutts

What skills might our students most need beyond school? - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    It is tempting to make predictions of the skills that our students will need beyond their time at school. Such wondering can be a useful guide as we contemplate what we shall focus on with our curriculum. Unsurprisingly, there is no shortage of predictions for future skillsets published by educators, economists and analysts. What might we learn from such lists, and how should education systems respond?
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