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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The Rising Tide
Dec15

The Rising Tide

SUNY – Masters Program @ Lincoln, Cohort 1 By: Agustina Matavos, Ana Moyano, Belén Rivero y Hornos, Laura Rock, Naomi Barbour, Cristina Erazo and Barbara Noel Introduction (by Barbara Noel) This Saturday morning, at Starbucks, on a sunny spring morning cyclists, joggers and families come in to start their long weekend with frappuccinos to-go. Instead, SUNY masters students hunch over the long table clutching their lattes as they...

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Journeys Toward Inclusion Institute
Dec06

Journeys Toward Inclusion Institute

Journeys Toward Inclusion Institute Paola Torres de Pereira, Elementary Principal ppereira@cotopaxi.k12.ec Blog On November 17 and 18, 2017, Academia Cotopaxi hosted its first Journeys Toward Inclusion Conference.  We are very grateful for the passionate participation of each of the educators who joined to engage in collaborative discussions and learning around inclusion.  We intended to spread an interest in inclusion models both...

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Real Data – Let’s Improve Learning
Dec03

Real Data – Let’s Improve Learning

Nikki Ellwood, Director of Teaching and Learning, Colegio Maya, Guatemala On November 6th and 7th Colegio Maya, Guatemala was proud to host the Real Data – Let’s Improve Learning workshop, facilitated by Jennifer Sikes.  Twenty-eight teachers and administrators from six different schools congregated with one objective in mind – to implement a sensible approach to data designed instruction. We started by taking stock of the...

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7th Annual Lincoln Educators’ Conference – “Dream Bigger, Aim Higher”
Oct29

7th Annual Lincoln Educators’ Conference – “Dream Bigger, Aim Higher”

By Phil Giansante, Yau-Jau Ku, Juan Masdeu, Leandro Segura LEC Organizing Team, Asociación Escuelas Lincoln     On September 8 and 9, 2017,  Asociación Escuelas Lincoln hosted the 7th Annual Lincoln Educators’ Conference (LEC) held in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This year’s theme was “Dream Bigger, Aim Higher” bringing in over 300 educators from 40 educational institutions (35 from Argentina and 5 International) taking...

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Compass Education’s Systems Thinking and Sustainability Workshop at the International School of Havana: Learning to Make a Difference!
Oct20

Compass Education’s Systems Thinking and Sustainability Workshop at the International School of Havana: Learning to Make a Difference!

By: Berrin Schofield, Curriculum Coordinator, International School of Havana Schools are truly complicated places; we are educating a generation of learners that face an increasingly complicated and unknown future. Educators the world over continually ask the question: what do our students need to know? While there are a myriad of answers, there are some things that we can learn and teach that are universally applicable and will...

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