I was honored to be named in Top Global Teacher Bloggers / CMRubinWorld.com / Global Search for Education http://www.cmrubinworld.com/TGTB. The bloggers on this list have been asked to contribute to Huffington Post’s Education blogs for 2016. This month we look to answer the following highly controversial question: How can we maximize the value of art and music in education and […]
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The qualities needed in the future life and jobs are for example being able to find, analyze, and use information in new and unfamiliar situations. We see also lists of those most needed skills and many list include problem-solving and team player skills, detail-oriented and the ability to prioritize. We teachers want also to prepare […]
It doesn’t matter what age people are, they enjoy when they are doing something and the joy is even bigger when they realize that at the same time they are also learning! The younger the students are the more important is that they can touch, look and test the properties of the possible object. How […]
I was sitting in Leeds when it happened, I realized ‘I have taught math wrong for over a decade!’ I had joined a group of science, math teachers and professors to visit Leeds University, UK, because it was famous for their research of science teaching. It was explicitly based on a constructive view of learning. […]
Have you ever met a person who would proudly tell you that she/he cannot read or write? Is this a strange question? But you have maybe met a person who has told you that he/she cannot mathematics, because also his/her mother did not understand mathematics? I have heard many times from adults all kind of […]
Have you ever met a person who would proudly tell you that she/he cannot read or write? Is this a strange question? Have you ever met a person who would tell that he/she cannot math, because also his/her mother did not understand math? I have heard many times all kind of explanations why math is […]
Paths to Math 1.0 launched today at Slush 2013.
By Cecilia Villabona May 28, 2013 Usually at this time of year teachers and administrators start reflecting on how the year has gone and revising plans for the next year to improve or change as needed. One of the things that I considered very important was the classroom community, since it affects our daily activities […]
Are you frustrated sometimes by the fact that your students seem disengaged and not interested in the lesson? Do you often wonder about what else you can do to get them involved and to participate? As a responsible teacher, you know the material, read the standards, prepare lessons, keep your eyes on the high stakes […]
Place and date: Unimportant Activity: Lunch break It took me by surprise that a curator spoke about gardener X by saying: “He is the best”… It also took me some time to understand why this bothered me. A little background is needed here so we understand each other. I am an educator, no longer spending […]