Artificial Intelligence in Education
May30

Artificial Intelligence in Education

by Tomas Krajcovic Network Systems Coordinator at International School of Curitiba AI or artificial intelligence was, until recently, something only seen in Sci-Fi movies or videogames. It usually involves a computer system gaining consciousness and going rogue. Even though sometimes our computers seem to have a mind of their own, as of yet, there is no computer out there that`s capable of self awareness. The fastest supercomputer in...

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Feedback & Differentiation: How Do They Connect?
May06

Feedback & Differentiation: How Do They Connect?

by Silvana Meneghini Teaching & Learning Coach, Graded- The American School of São Paulo, Brazil @silvanascarso   We may be surprised to know that differentiation can also include strategies for the whole classroom.  Even though we still need to design instruction that targets differentiated needs, styles, interests, we can also foster such differentiation with certain types of whole class task design. As according to Carol...

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The Language of Inclusion
Apr06

The Language of Inclusion

Laura Schlesinger and Shauna Hobbs Graded, The American School of São Paulo Earlier this month, I had the opportunity of attending the Next Frontier Inclusion Conference held at Graded.  The conference was attended by teachers and administrators from international schools across South America.  Graded attendees included Learning Specialists, EAL teachers, and administrators. When we talk about “inclusion”, what do we mean? Well, at...

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A Collaborative Atmosphere
Apr05

A Collaborative Atmosphere

By Vivian Resende, American School of Brasília – Brazil vresende@eabdf.br @vresende_eab What should I do to capture my students’ attention? There are many tools (social media, music, blogs) that seems to be more interesting than my voice and getting students’ attention and engagement is sometimes challenging. Teenagers like to be listened. That’s why social media gets their attention. They feel that anything they think can be posted,...

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Education, Money and Power | Della Henry | TEDxYouth@EAB
Mar22

Education, Money and Power | Della Henry | TEDxYouth@EAB

In February 2017, Della Henry participated in a student run afternoon of TEDxTalk Youth. She talks about the correlation between education (as continuous learning), money (as the means to sustain education) and the power (individuals ability to make choices to change the world around them). School: American School of Brasilia, Brazil Twitter:...

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