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Mentoring and Coaching

Public Group rwilley - October 7, 2006

This group is for all teachers who are in the field of mentoring and coaching new teachers.

Educational Media Specialists

Public Group krysiab - September 26, 2006

Students enrolled in New Jersey City University's EDTC 655 with Dr. Zieger.

TeachAde

Public Group TeachAde - August 23, 2012

The latest information and resources for k-12 education in America.

9th Grade ELA

Public Group 9th Grade ELA - March 27, 2007

9th Grade ELA Resources & Educators.

mmurphy6's bulletin board

Public Group mmurphy6 - October 29, 2007

This is where I post my thoughts and teaching experiences.

Tapped In Community Information

Public Group MarkS - August 4, 2006

In this group, Tapped In staff will answer questions from TeachAde members about our system and services. Feel free to post a question for us or follow the link [coming soon] to sign up for membership and enter the community. You may also contact us at http://tappedin.org/tappedin/do/RegisterAction?state=promptReportComment"

Tapped In [www.tappedin.org] is a Web-based, open source online environment for communities of education professionals. Established in 1996, Tapped In supports teacher education and professional development programs conducted by universities, education agencies, and nationa...

StandardsWork

Public Group StandardsWork - July 18, 2006

For nearly fifteen years, StandardsWork, a nonprofit education consultancy located in Washington, DC, has been working hand-in-hand with school districts, state agencies and civic groups around the country to improve student achievement. We are a mission-driven organization that helps communities and the schools they support transform a vision of academic success into a better standard of education for all students.

UPEduc

Private Group Grace del Rosario - September 13, 2012

Educators

Brain Based Learning & Teaching

Public Group Annette Gregorio - October 14, 2013

Fundamental Concepts in Brain-Based Teaching
Brain-based research has resulted in several principles of learning that form the underlying principles of brain-based educational practices. We now know that all learning is mind-body, and attention cycles, movement, food, and chemicals all impact on learning. People learn best in a social setting, and as they seek out meaning they use their emotions to form patterns, pay attention, and remember material. The brain stores information in several areas, and this information can be accessed through multiple pathways. In addition, the brain can carry out a number of activities simultaneously.

Incorporating Newer Educational Concepts
The classroom of today is different from the classroom of several years ago. Students now learn in cooperative groups, and they are given problems to work on. Teachers attempt to give students practical simulations that mimic real life, therefore making the learning experience more meaningful. In addition, educators take into consideration multiple intelligences, recognizing that although some are visual learners, others may do better with educational experiences that play into intelligences such as interpersonal, intrapersonal, kinesthetic (movement), linguistic, logical, musical, and naturalistic. Experiential learning, in which the learning is initiated by the student and is relevant to his or her life, is also used in the classroom. All of these methods are based on our current understanding of how the brain functions and learns. (Penn, nd)

By: Sharon Penn (http://www.ehow.com/about_6502830_brain_based-learning-teaching.html)

HS Algebra 2

Public Group HS Algebra 2 - March 27, 2007

High School Algebra - 2
Resources & Educators Group

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