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  • Leading From The Heart » VoiceThread – WOW
    a sentence 4 Featured 4 Inspiration 16 KidSpeak 2 leadership 13 Pedagogy 56 Podcast 8 Professional Development 31 Reading 2 Reform 24 Report Cards 3 Research 15 ShoutOuts 31 Student Poetry 4 Tech 68 Inclusive Education 5 Looking Back 5 Discipline 2 Examiner com 1 Testing 3 Parents 1 Sunday Synectic 1 Review 2 Motivation 5 Management 1 Storytelling 8 Alternative Schools 2 Learning 11 Change 11 Learning Theory 3 RÉCIT 3 Consulting 4 Appreciative Inquiry 2 boys 1 differentiation 1 Flipped Classroom 2 Evaluation 3 Relationship 11 Blogging 1 Hope 1 Comments James Watts Amen Tracy Rosen Hi Damien and Damien Great points here Tracy Rosen That s right David David Wees Very good point Tracy Rosen Hi Penny and Trackbacks A focus on learning PD Practice learning about Principles of Learning Boiling it down PD Practice all adults VoiceThread WOW July 5 2007 at 3 07 pm filed under Tech Tagged voicethread I discovered VoiceThread while perusing Barbara s blog Dare to Dream It took no time at all to figure out how it works and to start playing with the technology I literally got chills while watching the What s a voicethread anyway intro Let s see

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  • Leading From The Heart » 2007 » July
    2 Examiner com 1 Testing 3 Parents 1 Sunday Synectic 1 Review 2 Motivation 5 Management 1 Storytelling 8 Alternative Schools 2 Learning 11 Change 11 Learning Theory 3 RÉCIT 3 Consulting 4 Appreciative Inquiry 2 boys 1 differentiation 1 Flipped Classroom 2 Evaluation 3 Relationship 11 Blogging 1 Hope 1 Comments James Watts Amen Tracy Rosen Hi Damien and Damien Great points here Tracy Rosen That s right David

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  • Leading From The Heart » a special place closes
    Examiner com 1 Testing 3 Parents 1 Sunday Synectic 1 Review 2 Motivation 5 Management 1 Storytelling 8 Alternative Schools 2 Learning 11 Change 11 Learning Theory 3 RÉCIT 3 Consulting 4 Appreciative Inquiry 2 boys 1 differentiation 1 Flipped Classroom 2 Evaluation 3 Relationship 11 Blogging 1 Hope 1 Comments James Watts Amen Tracy Rosen Hi Damien and Damien Great points here Tracy Rosen That s right David David Wees Very good point Tracy Rosen Hi Penny and Trackbacks A focus on learning PD Practice learning about Principles of Learning Boiling it down PD Practice all adults a special place closes June 25 2007 at 11 51 am filed under News Tagged Community Differentiated Instruction elementary school high school Private Weston School closes after 90 years RYAN BERGEN The Gazette Published Friday June 22 2007 I worked at Weston for 5 years almost 4 as their high school resource coordinator and teacher and about 1 5 as a substitute teacher when I was back in school myself It was a special place where everyone strived for excellence in one form or another Its closing is a great loss At the closing ceremonies last Thursday evening a student who entered

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  • Leading From The Heart » What good is education for girls?
    56 Podcast 8 Professional Development 31 Reading 2 Reform 24 Report Cards 3 Research 15 ShoutOuts 31 Student Poetry 4 Tech 68 Inclusive Education 5 Looking Back 5 Discipline 2 Examiner com 1 Testing 3 Parents 1 Sunday Synectic 1 Review 2 Motivation 5 Management 1 Storytelling 8 Alternative Schools 2 Learning 11 Change 11 Learning Theory 3 RÉCIT 3 Consulting 4 Appreciative Inquiry 2 boys 1 differentiation 1 Flipped Classroom 2 Evaluation 3 Relationship 11 Blogging 1 Hope 1 Comments James Watts Amen Tracy Rosen Hi Damien and Damien Great points here Tracy Rosen That s right David David Wees Very good point Tracy Rosen Hi Penny and Trackbacks A focus on learning PD Practice learning about Principles of Learning Boiling it down PD Practice all adults What good is education for girls May 31 2007 at 8 45 pm filed under Pedagogy Tagged Community girls and boys Image cute faces by oceandesetoiles made available by a creative commons license on flickr What Good is Education For Girls by Habiba Bouhamed Chaabouni Educating girls and women can bring enormous social economic and political benefits to developing countries Dr Habiba Bouhammed Chabouni a Tunisian doctor researcher and For Women In

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  • Leading From The Heart » Facing up to Facebook
    Watts Amen Tracy Rosen Hi Damien and Damien Great points here Tracy Rosen That s right David David Wees Very good point Tracy Rosen Hi Penny and Trackbacks A focus on learning PD Practice learning about Principles of Learning Boiling it down PD Practice all adults Facing up to Facebook May 16 2007 at 1 03 am filed under Social Networking Over the past couple of weeks I have been hearing and reading about stories to do with facebook in and out of schools At schools in Quebec and Ontario students are being suspended for things that they are posting about their teachers and principals on facebook These are the same kinds of things that students talk about to each other all the time but when they put it in writing in a public forum it becomes a whole different story The thing is kids don t realize how public the internet is Anyone can read what you write in a group on facebook and when what you write is damaging to the school community I think the school has a responsibility to address it However I don t think that the issue is being addressed in the right manner

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  • Leading From The Heart » and now…youtube.
    1 Flipped Classroom 2 Evaluation 3 Relationship 11 Blogging 1 Hope 1 Comments James Watts Amen Tracy Rosen Hi Damien and Damien Great points here Tracy Rosen That s right David David Wees Very good point Tracy Rosen Hi Penny and Trackbacks A focus on learning PD Practice learning about Principles of Learning Boiling it down PD Practice all adults and now youtube May 14 2007 at 3 44 pm filed under Tech Tagged accountability cell phones Discipline with Dignity technology my previous post about facebook got me to thinking about other online venues where kids are commenting on their teachers If you go to YouTube and search for teacher angry teacher mad teacher you will find quite a few cell phone videos of teachers who are out of control Teacher Yelling at Student Angry Teacher We can react by asking what cell phones are doing in classrooms We can react with shock at the kids who are acting out We can go on about how technology is taking over I react by saying that kids are bearing witness to us We can no longer expect what goes on in our classrooms to stay there That is the reality I choose to accept the fact that the technology is there and to teach my students about how to use it responsibly I also choose not to yell at my students or to treat them in an unacceptable way As a teacher I know that I am one of the biggest models in a students life Everything I do is under scrutiny When they see me angry and yelling they see a teacher out of control and no way do I want to model that kind of behaviour Maybe this technology is a flashing light reminding teachers to be accountable for

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  • Leading From The Heart » facing up to facebook
    3 Parents 1 Sunday Synectic 1 Review 2 Motivation 5 Management 1 Storytelling 8 Alternative Schools 2 Learning 11 Change 11 Learning Theory 3 RÉCIT 3 Consulting 4 Appreciative Inquiry 2 boys 1 differentiation 1 Flipped Classroom 2 Evaluation 3 Relationship 11 Blogging 1 Hope 1 Comments James Watts Amen Tracy Rosen Hi Damien and Damien Great points here Tracy Rosen That s right David David Wees Very good point Tracy Rosen Hi Penny and Trackbacks A focus on learning PD Practice learning about Principles of Learning Boiling it down PD Practice all adults facing up to facebook May 14 2007 at 3 21 pm filed under Tech Tagged Community Discipline with Dignity Over the past couple of weeks I have been hearing and reading about stories to do with facebook in and out of schools At schools in Quebec and Ontario students are being suspended for things that they are posting about their teachers and principals on facebook These are the same kinds of things that students talk about to each other all the time but when they put it in writing in a public forum it becomes a whole different story The thing is kids don t realize how public the internet is Anyone can read what you write in a group on facebook and when what you write is damaging to the school community I think the school has a responsibility to address it However I don t think that the issue is being addressed in the right manner At a school in Ontario students were suspended from a class trip because of comments they made on facebook while they were at home According to one of the fathers the parents and students were informed of this decision without any discussion Father school too harsh on son

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  • Leading From The Heart » differentiating by gender
    Girls and Boys by Prof Dr hannelore Schwedes For today I will put my focus to physics instruction and I want to argue that teachers she or he should be very aware of their own gender like behavior and to that of their boys and girls We have to realise that we act and react differently to a male or female partner and that s allright I think it is a very unlucky rule in education saying teachers should treat all their students exactly the same way or parents their children I have had the opportunity to work in a variety of school contexts over the past 10 years as a teacher coordinator pareducator and consultant I have worked in elementary schools high schools and university I have worked in co ed classes all girls and all boys classes at both public and private schools and I have worked 1 on 1 with both boys and girls Differences in Learning All of my experience has led me to believe and understand that children learn differently that it is essential to be aware of and teach to different learning styles ability and interest if I want to make sure that my students have equal access to learning Another element infusing all of those is gender As educators who value integrity and strive for excellence in our practice we must understand and aim our teaching practice towards the students in our classrooms No let me wordsmyth for a bit towards the children towards the girls and the boys Looking at the Brain We now have the ability to see what happens in the brain as it is happening through Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging fMRI and we can see how boys and girls brains process information in very different manners Through fMRI we

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