The Nuremberg Trials: (re)acting to the past
Feb07

The Nuremberg Trials: (re)acting to the past

Igor Costa Pereira de Souza, Social Studies teacher (Pueri Domus Bilingual Programme) ABSTRACT: The Nuremberg Trials project was developed with 8th grade students from a Brazilian International School. The project focused on a specific and highly sensitive historical period in modern history: WWII and the Holocaust. The Nuremberg Trials Project was organized into four axis: i) analyses of different historical sources; ii) academic...

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Neuroscience and Education: Teachers’ Perceptions and Misconceptions Regarding  the Biological Basis of Learning
Feb02

Neuroscience and Education: Teachers’ Perceptions and Misconceptions Regarding the Biological Basis of Learning

Neuroscience and Education: Teachers’ Perceptions and Misconceptions Regarding  the Biological Basis of Learning among AASSA Schools’ Educators by Rocio Mendoza Fox, Nataly Bringas and Daniel Riquelme-Uribe; Colegio F. D. Roosevelt, Lima, Peru, APLICAE- Chile There is greater interest among educators to learn about neuroscience findings and possible implications in education. Since the “Decade of the Brain”, 1990-2000 in the...

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Archive: Twitter Chat: Living and Working in South America
Feb01

Archive: Twitter Chat: Living and Working in South America

Thank you to all who participated in sharing their experiences and tips for working and living in South America. Slow Twitter Chat Archive from January 31, 2018: Living and Working in South America. On the last Wednesday , educators “met” again for #AASSA’s fourth Slow Twitter Chat. You are able to read, learn and connect with participants of the chat via our archive of the conversation. Here are the chats statistics: around 130+...

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Living and Working in South America: Upcoming Twitter Chat
Jan26

Living and Working in South America: Upcoming Twitter Chat

Mark your Calendars for the upcoming AASSA Twitter Chat What: #AASSA Slow Twitter Chat When: Wednesday, January 31, 2018 Starting: 8 am EST How Long: You have the entire day to read, respond and tweet Where: Twitter (use #AASSA Hashtag) Twitter Chat Moderators:  Susy Lisken, @LiskenSusy,  (Quito, Ecuador). Cynthia Reneau,@imaapplegeek, (Salvador de Bahia, Brazil) & Silvana Scarso, @SilvanaScarso, (Sao Paulo, Brazil) Connecting via...

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Teacher to Administrator: 6 Changes I Have Experienced  (so far…)
Jan22

Teacher to Administrator: 6 Changes I Have Experienced (so far…)

Teacher to Administrator: 6 Changes I Have Experienced (so far…) By Justine Wilson, Pan American School of Bahia, Salvador, Brazil @WilsonJustine   J.wilson@pasb.com.br  Justine_wilson@yahoo.com www.msjustinewilson.weebly.com Being an elementary teacher who has moved to administration, the one question I am asked the most is, “Don’t you miss the kids?”  The short answer is yes.  The long answer is more complicated. ...

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