johnjohnston + teaching   62

Good Teachers Talk: Better Teachers Listen | Class Teaching
The post is more interesting, to me, than the title.

> One way of achieving this identify shift is to come unprepared to a lesson! For example, working on a poem in English that neither the pupils nor the teacher have read before. In doing so, pupils begin to see that their identities can fluctuate from learner to contributor, thus giving them the confidence to enact this discourse themselves in the classroom and beyond.

Which speaks to vocalising your process. I do that (I hope) in writing, but not so much in reading.
teaching 
october 2017 by johnjohnston
School walls are oozing with unhelpful growth mindset cheese…. | teacherhead
> Get these slogans blown up and laminated and plaster your corridors and walls in them… Bingo! Go Growth Mindset
And
Live it. Don’t laminate it. Stick that on a poster.
growthmindset  teaching 
october 2017 by johnjohnston
Developing a Proper Growth Mindset - The Educator Blog
> False Growth Mindset
After the recent pushback on Growth Mindset this post suggests that there can be real Growth Mindset and "Many of the best teachers are already there"
growthmindset  teaching 
october 2017 by johnjohnston
Teaching in a Digital Age | The Open Textbook Project provides flexible and affordable access to higher education resources
age when everyone,and in particular the students we are teaching, are using technology. A framework for making decisions about your teaching is provided, while understanding that every subject is different, and every instructor has something unique and special to bring to their teaching.The book enables teachers and instructors to help students develop the knowledge and skills they will need in a digital age: not so much the IT skills, but the thinking and attitudes to learning that will bring them success. [Scroll down for list of contents] Book release date (final version): 1 April 2015
book  books  e-learning  teaching 
april 2015 by johnjohnston
Learnable Programming
How do we get people to understand programming?

We change programming. We turn it into something that's understandable by people.
code  learning  programming  teaching  hypercard 
january 2013 by johnjohnston
Code Monster from Crunchzilla
Code Monster from Crunchzilla is live Javascript programming for fun. The focus is on action. Code changes immediately yield visible results.

Projects start with simple boxes and colors, rapidly progressing into exciting experiments with simple animation and fractals. Important programming concepts like variables, loops, conditionals, expressions, and functions are introduced by example.

Code Monster is a gentle and fun introduction to programming concepts. It is a first step in learning to program. It is not intended to teach all of computer science and programming.
Classroom  teaching  programming  code  children  tutorial  javascript  from delicious
october 2012 by johnjohnston
The school that swapped its laptops for iPads… and wants to switch back | PC Pro blog
The reader, who asked not to be identified, is an ICT co-ordinator at a secondary school. He tells how his “image-conscious” headmaster was seduced by a scheme that allowed all the school’s staff to replace their laptop computers with an iPad 2.

There is an its not all bad section and some of the comments correct some of the school's mistakes. I guess the lesson is know what you are getting into.
teaching  ipad  from delicious
september 2012 by johnjohnston
Tony Bates » What’s right and what’s wrong about Coursera-style MOOCs
Myth 4: Computers personalize learning No, they don’t. They allow students alternative routes through material and they allow automated feedback but they do not provide a sense of being treated as an individual. This can be done in online learning, but it needs online intervention and presence in the form of discussion, encouragement, and an understanding of an individual student’s needs. The TED lecture omitted any discussion of completion rates. Again, this should not be the measure of MOOCs, but if you are going to argue that this form of teaching is superior to other forms of online learning, then discussion of completion rates becomes valid. Daphne Koller’s final comment is telling: ‘We should spend less time at universities filling our students’ minds with content by lecturing at them, and more time igniting their creativity … by actually talking with them.’ However, that requires the presence of a teacher, either in the class or online.
teaching  moocs  learning 
august 2012 by johnjohnston
Glean Learning Tools by The Public Learning Media Laboratory.
Glean Learning Tools are free information literacy, data literacy and math teaching tools produced by Public Learning Media, Inc., an education technology 501(c)3 nonprofit.
literacy  data  teaching  classroom  informationliteracy 
august 2012 by johnjohnston
Mashups: Remixing the Web
This introductory course explores what it means to be a web mashup, the different classes of popular mashups, and the enabling technologies needed to create mashup applications. Through projects and hands-on tutorials, students will learn about the practical tools and technologies they need to remix digital content using XML, AJAX, and web service APIs such as Flickr, Delicious, and the Google Maps API.
teaching  courses  webdev  php  mashup  javascript  from delicious
june 2012 by johnjohnston
Technologies for Learning Literature Review
crowd sourced list of docs answering: What benefits can technology bring to learning and teaching
learning  teaching  ict  from delicious
march 2011 by johnjohnston
Learning, Teaching and ICT » Blogs, Wikis and Emergent Writers
Great post lots to chew over about pupil blogging and writing.
blogging  teaching 
november 2010 by johnjohnston
Wolfram|Alpha for Educators
Wolfram|Alpha is a free online computational knowledge engine that generates answers to questions in real time by doing computations on its own vast internal knowledge base. Our long-term goal is to make all systematic knowledge immediately computable and accessible to everyone. This can be valuable to educators in many ways.
classroom  education  learning  maths  research  resources  teaching  web2.0  lessonplans 
april 2010 by johnjohnston
Falkirk VTC - Staff
"A place for Falkirk schools to share some of the things they are doing to plan, build and deliver the new curriculum. "
aCFe  website  teaching 
september 2009 by johnjohnston
ICT in Education - Guitar Hero - Introduction
"Over the past few years, computer games designers have added peripheral tools to games that have enhanced the game-play experience. These peripherals have also increased levels of active engagement with games and they have widened the appeal of games to audiences who may never have played computer games before." Sharing practise section on LTS
video  teaching  games  ict  guitarhero  classroom  hardware 
april 2009 by johnjohnston
An iPod Touch in Every Classroom by Kelly Croy » Moving at the Speed of Creativity
"These are my notes from “An iPod Touch in Every Classroom: Even More Innovative Techniques for Using iPods to Reach Students” by Kelly Croy at the eTechOhio 2009 conference on Feb 2nd. MY REFLECTIONS AND COMMENTS ARE IN ALL CAPS. The presenter, Kelly Croy, is an Apple Distinguished Educator and has a personal website: http://mrcroy.com His presentation resources for this session is available on his site. I got to this session a little late."
classroom  teaching  ipod  ipodtouch  hardware 
february 2009 by johnjohnston
Thirty-one Interesting Ways* to use your Pocket Video Camera in the Classroom - Google Docs
Google Presentation started by Tom Barrett and added to by teachers from around the world. Lots of ideas and examples for using flip video cameras in the class.
flip  video  classroom  collaboration  tombarrett  presentation  resources  ict  teaching  education 
january 2009 by johnjohnston
Mr Mallon's Physics Site
Blogs, podcasts, info for higher and standard grade. for Physics and science
teaching  Resources  podcast  science  physics  northlanarkshire 
january 2009 by johnjohnston
Glossopedia Home
Interesting looking online encyclopedia for kids, looks simple enough
education  teaching  reference  kids  primary  encyclopedia 
october 2008 by johnjohnston
mrstuckepupilblog » Welcome & Terms Of Use
This wiki is aimed at St Peter's High School Maths students in 9X1. It is a resource for you - by you (and me a little).
Wiki used as a scribe blog for maths class
wiki  classroom  teaching  learning  blogging 
october 2008 by johnjohnston
Science and Plants for Schools (SAPS)
Science and Plants for Schools (SAPS), works with teachers to:
promote plant science and molecular biology as key curriculum areas
support educators in the delivery of plant science and molecular biology education in schools and colleges
education  teaching  learning  Resources  science  curriculum  plants  classroom  technology 
october 2008 by johnjohnston
The Schools We Need Presentation at Ignite Philly 2 Viddler.com
Chris Lehmann 20 slides 5 minutes on the schools we need. A model for the next teachmeet?
education  Video  teaching  technology  presentation 
october 2008 by johnjohnston
edutagger - K-12 Social Bookmarking / Popular
edutagger is a social bookmarking service for K-12 learners and educators, allowing you to store your web links online and share them with others, all within an educational context.
education  Web2.0  teaching  bookmarking  del.icio.us  folksonomy  tag  social 
september 2008 by johnjohnston
markjwarner's iwb Bookmarks on Delicious
huge collection 84 at the moment of interactive whiteboard links on delicious
iwb  smartboard  classroom  teaching  hardware 
september 2008 by johnjohnston
ClassTools.net: Games for Education
Classtools.net allows you to create free educational games, activities and diagrams in a Flash!
Lots of games for classroom free.
smartboard  iwb  classroom  teaching  hardware 
september 2008 by johnjohnston
Falkirk Pupils Site: Primary Pupils
A lot of good links (there is a secondary section too)
links  primary  pupil  classroom  teaching  education 
september 2008 by johnjohnston
Quest Atlantis
uest Atlantis (QA) is an international learning and teaching project that uses a 3D multi-user environment to immerse children, ages 9-15, in educational tasks.
community  3D  Games  Software  technology  teaching 
july 2008 by johnjohnston
Jakesonline Wiki
What simple activities or readings could advance a teacher's understanding of education (technology included) given that the teacher has 15 minutes of time a week for personal professional development?
blog  teaching  cpd  education 
june 2008 by johnjohnston
Ranting Teacher
interesting blogroll, it is a different world out there
blogging  teaching 
june 2008 by johnjohnston
General Poetry Resources @Web English Teacher
This page features lesson plans and activities for teaching specific types of poetry or poetry in general. Sites and Activities for Specific Poets and Collections of Poetry are also available.
poetry  teaching  writing  classroom 
june 2008 by johnjohnston
YouTube - A Fair(y) Use Tale
explaination of copyright and fair use via disney clips
youtube  video  copyright  mashup  fun  teaching 
april 2008 by johnjohnston
Chatzy - Create your own private chat rooms
Chatzy is a free private chat service. Fill out the form to create a chat room immediately - only for you and the people you invite!
chat  collaboration  online  freeware  teaching  Web2.0 
march 2008 by johnjohnston
educationalsoftware » home
wiki about edu software from NZ teacher --very comprehensive--
education  Software  teaching  tools  Web2.0  wiki  classroom 
october 2007 by johnjohnston
The learnometer project
suite of components for all to progress learning
through ICT, policy + design
heppell.net with microsoft
education  learning  teaching  future  research 
september 2007 by johnjohnston
Dr. Mashup; or, Why Educators Should Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the Remix
Dr. Mashup; or, Why Educators Should Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the Remix
education  mashup  teaching 
august 2007 by johnjohnston
Acting to Improve » Why is it so Hard for Educators to Focus on Their Own Learning?
what is needed:
# Support, frequent, ongoing, online and face to face support from people who do ‘get it’,
# Time to pay attention to their own learning,
# Meaningful solutions to their day to day issues (like “What shall I do with that (*) wall
blogging  classroom  teacher  teaching 
july 2007 by johnjohnston
Greenfoot - The Java Object World
Greenfoot is a software tool designed to let beginners get experience with object-oriented programming. It supports development of graphical applications in the Java™ Programming Language.
education  freeware  programming  school  teaching  development 
july 2007 by johnjohnston
Technology Toolbox for Teachers
Web 2 for teachersgood overview and links
Web2.0  education  teaching 
august 2006 by johnjohnston
Teaching 2.0
Fraser Speirs, the developer of Flickr Export, working in a scottish school
scot-edu-blog  teaching  Web2.0  education 
july 2006 by johnjohnston
del.icio.us/forehill
Another great 5-14 set of links for teaching, beautifully categorised.
tagging  education  5-14  teaching  classroom  links  del.icio.us 
june 2006 by johnjohnston
del.icio.us/loirston
del.icio.us links with over 300 links which have been tried and tested by teachers and organised in terms of 5-14.
tagging  education  5-14  teaching  classroom  links  del.icio.us 
may 2006 by johnjohnston
Webducate Dragster
Dragster provides a simple tool for creating drag and drop categorisation activities. These activities involve a set of labelled draggable elements and a target which consists of a table or matrix depicting various categories which the elements can be all
teaching  tools  Flash  dNd 
may 2006 by johnjohnston

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