May 2010 Blog Posts (7)

Safety, Connection, Learning and Inquiry

I just returned from running workshops in Queensland, Australia and the group of teachers and I had a fantastic discussion around safety, connection and learning.

Let me tune you in to how we got into it by reproducing a bit of the morning of the Advanced Inquiry Workshop.

Our brain is designed to to ensure the safety and survival of our bodies. So it…


Added by Adrian Bertolini on May 31, 2010 at 9:10pm — No Comments

CBSE Results 10th & CBSE Result 2010 for 12th - Redefining Your Career

CBSE Results 10th & CBSE Result 2010 for 12th in India are expected to be declared between 22 May - 29 May 2010. Once cbse results are declared, all the top news papers such as TOI, HT, Indian Express and ET; and top news channels such as Times Now and NDTV will be flooded with the news of CBSE toppers at all India level and regional level. The focus of the media would be… Continue

Added by Saumil Shrivastava on May 13, 2010 at 12:00am — No Comments Open Innovation Portal

Visit (search for idea "Visual Mapping and Skills of Success") to support implementation of visual mapping and skills of success in schools.

Added by Toni Krasnic on May 12, 2010 at 5:45am — No Comments

Improving Your Teaching Technique

Improving your teaching Technique

If you are having less than desired success, do not place the blame on the students, or on the times. If you are having less than desired successes “do something different”.

What do you do? Here is one suggestion that may give you greater success with this generation of students.

A simple suggestion that must be initiated with care is the recommended idea.

Ask them (the students) how you can better serve them. Do…

Added by William Lambert on May 11, 2010 at 4:35am — No Comments

Formative Rubrics – a great approach to developing skills

Rubric (noun): “perscribed guide for conduct or action”

One of the most significant challenges that teachers are experiencing at the moment in the Australian education system is shifting the paradigm of how they approach delivering education. Most schools suffer the schizophrenia of knowing that the development of essential skills and…


Added by Adrian Bertolini on May 9, 2010 at 6:54pm — No Comments

Merging Open Source Textbook and Materials to WEB 2.0

What a wealth of information for students to engage with for free -- open source! The learning curve is rapidly accelerating for instructors so that we may present lesson plans that are simple and clear for students. "To tell a student, if you are not learning here, you need to go somewhere else," hopefully will include, " go into a open source repository, explore, discover, and bring back your treasure." Pheo

Added by Dr Pheo Martin on May 5, 2010 at 12:59pm — No Comments

Holy Crud! One month of blogging done.

Back in March when I committed to starting my own blog I should have been committed -- if you know what I mean.

Well it has been one month of blogging about school technology and I must say that I have finally started to like it. At first it was a pain to find the time and to write the blogs, but now it has become enjoyable and almost addicting.

So far, so good. I'll keep you all posted.

Thank you for your support and…

Added by Brad Flickinger on May 3, 2010 at 5:30am — No Comments

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