Great, dynamic strategies for “getting to know” your students. I will definitely use this when introducing myself to my class during my final placement round this year!
1. Is what I’m posting true?
2. Is it helpful?
3. Is it inspiring?
4. Is it necessary?
5. Is it kind?
We’ve all heard about it in research and journal articles, PDs and so on… but now let’s hear from the kids!
This is one of my all time favourite Ted Talks clips. Adora Svitak has a lot to say about what adults can learn from kids beginning with irrational plans, hopeful thinking and imaginative ideas.
“You must lend an ear today, because we are the leaders of tomorrow.” – Something to think about…
Here is a screenshot of my ‘Individual Learning Space’ slide from my presentation about Learning Spaces. I thought I would share with you how my learning spaces differ according to my level of learning, adopted from Bloom’s Taxonomy.
A Web 2.0 presentation highlighting the implications of various learning spaces on students and teachers and how to optimize learning spaces of the 21st century. Enjoy!
Thought these statistics were interesting.