Looking Into the Biological Basis of Learning
May12

Looking Into the Biological Basis of Learning

Looking Into the Biological Basis of Learning: Debunking Neuromyths and Understanding Key Concepts from Mind, Brain and Education by Nataly Bringas and Rocio Mendoza Fox, Colegio F. D. Roosevelt, Lima, Peru   Over the last 20 years, neuroscientific research has set the basis for many subject matters in the field such as the learning brain and its relationship with memory, attention and emotional systems. These topics directly...

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AASSA Conference 2016 – Looking for Learning Keynote by Colegio Roosevelt
Apr19

AASSA Conference 2016 – Looking for Learning Keynote by Colegio Roosevelt

AASSA Conference 2016 – Looking for Learning Keynote by Colegio Roosevelt

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Chris Akin: Tips & Recommendations for Recruiting Candidates
Dec06

Chris Akin: Tips & Recommendations for Recruiting Candidates

Chris Akin, secondary principal at Colegio Roosevelt in Lima, Peru shares tips and recommendation for candidates at International teaching recruiting fairs. Tips and Recommendations from Chris Akin for Candidates of an International Recruiting Fair from AASSA on...

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Grade 6 gets Creative by Practicing Awareness
Nov27

Grade 6 gets Creative by Practicing Awareness

by Felipe Calderon,  High School Music Teacher, Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt, cross posted to Teaching Journal Blog.   The International Baccalaureate defines creativity as: ” The capacity to generate new ideas and think of existing ones from a new perspective as well as recognize the value of an idea in order to solve a problem or innovate”. Innovation and creativity are currently 2 of the big buzz words in education. There...

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Design Thinking with Social Economics and Music
Nov26

Design Thinking with Social Economics and Music

by Felipe Calderon,  High School Music Teacher, Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt, cross posted to Teaching Journal Blog. Lessons learned from the 8hour-challenge project: In doing this project I learned about the creative output of students and how the word ‘challenge’ makes a huge impact on projects in and out of class. The first thing I realized when we finished, apart from the fact that we hadn’t actually finished, was that I had...

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