Month: July 2014
http://www.edutopia.org/blog/mastering-the-teaching-game-carol-tomlinson?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=post&utm_campaign=blog-mastering-teaching-game-rss Source: My Twitter account. So here goes my two cents on another use of Social Media: I get loads of bits of information on my Twitter account. I follow individuals, organizations, ideas. I skim, I scan, I tap and… Read More ›
I would like to share a Podcast that I came upon which I found very interesting. Although the audio is quite long it is worth listening to. http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/allinthemind/the-b-lingual-brain/4315620
Which is your favourite way to take a break?
(Versión en castellano) Authors: Patricia Dillon, Marta Nattkemper, Alejandra Quaglia For years we have delved into Educational Neuroscience which we consider fascinating. One of the biggest thinkers on the Science of Learning is the noted neurologist and educator, Judy Willis…. Read More ›
En esta oportunidad quisiera compartir un libro que captó mi atención inmediatamente. Se trata de Focus “El motor oculto de la excelencia” del Psicólogo Daniel Goleman quien ha escrito trece libros y ha trabajado como periodista científico en el New York Times. Este libro trata… Read More ›
Mindful Teaching and Teaching Mindfulness: A Guide for Anyone Who Teaches Anything. Deborah Schoeberlein, Suki Sheth
The book gives a variety of practices to use with students, which will be of much help in relaxing, focusing and motivating them at any grade level .Everyone can benefit from it!! Inspirational!
By David Elkind Wonderful read for increasing the awareness of the importance of how children learn.