An online book club organized by a teacher or school librarian can be a good way to foster social interactions during the pandemic.
For a long while, I’ve held a deep belief that reading, both solitary and communal, has an impact on who we are and how we interact with the world. No matter the students’ ages, or whether they’re in a small group setting or a large seminar discussion, conversations about books tend to turn into conversations about being human.
Η ισορροπία μας είναι πολύ σημαντική για να μπορούμε να ανταπεξέλθουμε σε σύνθετες και απαιτητηκές κινητικές δραστηριότητες.
Στηρίζεται στο αιθουσαίο σύστημα και βοηθάει να διατηρείται στην ευθεία το σώμα μας, σε όρθια ή καθιστή θέση, σε σταθερή ή κινούμενη επιφάνεια, με ανοιχτά ή με κλειστά μάτια.
Rich experiences—from play to the arts and relationships—fundamentally shape a young child’s development.
When Albert Einstein was a child, few people—if any—anticipated the remarkable contributions he would make to science. His language development was delayed, worrying his parents to the point of consulting a doctor.
A simple change in language can show students how mistakes are useful and how struggle can be productive.
As a senior in high school, I tested into calculus. Math was never a subject for which I had any passion, but I’d done well enough the previous years to find myself in Mrs M’s calculus class. As she taught, I would stare at the whiteboard in disbelief, comparing the number of letters versus numbers in the equations we were solving.
With a little creativity, students can still take part in science experiments and discussions while learning at home.
In a traditional, face-to-face classroom setting, teachers have the ability to interact with students, flexibly spot-check understanding, and present learning material in an engaging manner. Our new normal of science teaching, the distance-learning model, has severely compromised these good instructional practices.