All Blog Posts Tagged 'management' (20)

Self-Regulation Skills and School Readiness



Research continues to show that self-regulation skills are critical for success in many areas. Self-regulation is the set of skills…
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Added by Brad Chapin on February 17, 2013 at 3:01pm — No Comments

Classroom Management: Quick Student Groupings

Early in my teaching career, I learned that if I can manage classroom movements, I can manage behavior. If I can manage behavior, students learn better.

 

An earlier post discussed the importance of quick and easy transitions between activities. David Ginsburg discusses smooth transitions in terms of …

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Added by Janet Abercrombie on September 27, 2011 at 5:25am — 1 Comment

Transitions: Classroom Routines That Respect Instructional Time

I have pretty high expectations for student organization and transitions between activities. I don't want student to lose precious learning time. That said, I don't want students to be robots.



How do I show students I care about them, honor individual quirks, and still clarify my expectations for our learning time?



Clear instructions are written on the board as students arrive - and for each transition. In the past, I wrote steps for students on…

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Added by Janet Abercrombie on September 3, 2011 at 6:00am — 2 Comments

Seven Secrets of How to Study

According to Indiana University the average American student only studies 3 hours each week. That amounts to 20 minutes a day. A total of 60,000 students responded to this study skills survey. Each year thousands of students enter college thinking they can use high school study habits and easily sail through a college degree. They have a rude awaking when they discover success in college requires a minimum of three to five hours studying each day. Some students say studying the night before… Continue

Added by Dr. Stephen Jones on August 19, 2010 at 4:33pm — 1 Comment

Managing Complex Change

If educators plan to transform their schools into institutions that
promote 21st century learning skills, systemic change must occur. This
sort of change will require not only significant resources, but the
type of transformation we are looking for will require highly effective
leadership– leadership that fosters meaningful change. MORE...

Added by Shawn Roner on April 12, 2010 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Change and Trust

Click here to read the full article on the AV-1.insider! These days, trust is not optional. Trust is a prerequisite.



This week, Dartmouth's Greg Wadlinger draws from personal experience, current events, and organizational theory to illustrate how Trust is a prerequisite for Change.…



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Added by Joe Schuch on March 14, 2010 at 8:09pm — No Comments

Needed: New Expectations

If you were to make a graph of the appropriate closeness of a teacher to a student, it would be inversely proportionate to the academic abilities of the student. Therefore, the more academically capable the student, the more relational distance to their teacher. This could be partially due to the number of students in general education classes, versus a resource room versus a student in a one-on-one situation.



Consider how much a teacher knows about a student's family of home life. The… Continue

Added by Joe B. on March 12, 2010 at 1:15pm — 4 Comments

Hurry Up and Wait!!

Waiting is a horrible trick that the invinter of time does to us all. It is Thursday morning and tomorrow is my last day as a Special Education Paraeducator. On Monday I start my student teaching internship, and in June I will be graduated with my MA ED in Special Education. It has been a long four years, but it has gone by quickly; from finishing my undergrad degree at Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA to… Continue

Added by Joe B. on March 4, 2010 at 2:52pm — No Comments

The New Quality Standard ISO/EIC 19796-3:2009 for E-Learning: Enabling Global Quality Development

This article shows how to implement and adapt the Quality Standard ISO/IEC 19796-1. This standard is a general framework to describe and develop quality management and quality assurance for educational organizations. Since the standard only provides a framework to develop quality based on the organizations requirements and needs.



The Quality Adaptation Model ISO/IEC 1976-1 shows the steps to develop and implement quality in organizations: the main steps (Context… Continue

Added by James O'Reilly on December 11, 2009 at 1:30pm — 1 Comment

Study Fashion in London

London is a place with great history in the field of fashion. It is one of the favorite locations of any person related to fashion. We cannot ignore the contribution of fashion schools in London fashion industry. These well-known fashion schools have a good reputation in the production of top designers in shoe design, men’s clothing, women’s clothing, etc.



They also have professionals in areas such as fashion photography, fashion merchandising, fashion journalism, and lot more. If… Continue

Added by Garry Ben on July 10, 2009 at 4:32am — No Comments

Effective Chinese Education Consultancy Takes You on Right Career Path

SYA Education Consultancy is a Chinese Education Consultancy, which was founded on Aug.28th, 2002, in Qingdao, a metropolis located on the east coast of China and the office is just located along the beach. SYA Education is a fully registered company in China .Its has been granted permission to undertake foreign business affairs, with special focus on international information exchange and consultancy in the field of economy, science, culture, art, education and charity… Continue

Added by Garry Ben on July 10, 2009 at 4:31am — No Comments

Chinese Executive Training Designed to Build Efficient Future Managers

Millersville University of Pennsylvania has been the successful host university for a Chinese Executive Training Program since 1998. The training program is housed at the School of Humanities and Social Science and based upon an agreement between Millersville University and the Shanghai Municipal Government.



The Chinese executive training program is designed to provide a high quality educational opportunity for Chinese executives to learn about U.S. business principles and practices,… Continue

Added by Garry Ben on July 10, 2009 at 4:30am — No Comments

Management Study in London and its Positive Impact on Global Business

Management Study in London you mean you will be at the centre of the global economy with many opportunities to undertake an internship, project or placement with one of the world's top banks or consultancies. Make your first million in London or use your business acumen to lead some of the world's best organizations. Over 300,000 people are employed in financial services in London - more than the total population of Frankfurt in Germany, Europe's next biggest financial… Continue

Added by Garry Ben on July 10, 2009 at 4:29am — No Comments

Study Arts in London to Have World-Class Education

There are six prominent colleges for study arts in London. With this, these are providing design, fashion, communications and performing arts. They are…



Camberwell College of Arts



Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design



Chelsea College of Art and Design



London College of Communication



London College of Fashion



Wimbledon College of Art



It is a diverse and creative community of 24,000 full and part-time students… Continue

Added by Garry Ben on July 10, 2009 at 4:28am — No Comments

Problem-free University Transfer to Continue Your Study Uninterruptedly

Sometimes, the more you study in the same university or college, the more fed up you get. Seeing the same faces and experiencing the same environment every day. Eventually, it just gets into you. Otherwise, you might already have an aim since high school to enter whichever university you want. Then you work towards your goal. Nevertheless, University Transfer is nothing like restarting the game of life.



Apart from all the fuss of getting your visa done, applying for a new passport,… Continue

Added by Garry Ben on July 10, 2009 at 4:27am — No Comments

Rely on Credible Education Consultancy for Studying Abroad

The Education Consultancy works as a partner with a small number of select clients in the education field to support optimal outcomes including but going beyond immediate projects. Offering Marketing Communication, Enrollment, and Revenue Solutions for:



• Higher Education

• Independent Secondary Schools

• Individual Families



The Education Consultancy with colleagues with a wide range of skill sets… Continue

Added by Garry Ben on July 10, 2009 at 4:26am — No Comments

SchoolWires

Finding SchoolWires (website content management system) very easy to learn. The controls are clear, the documentation is great, and thier help desk phone is first rate.

Anyone considering using SchoolWires should take a close look. You will like what you'll find.

Added by John Patota on March 31, 2009 at 12:43pm — No Comments

Using SchoolCenter

Our school district uses SchoolCenter as our Content Management System (CMS). I'd like to invite you to share your ideas on how you use SchoolCenter with other Classroom 2.0 users.



For example:



New Design Themes



A lot of you have used the new design themes from SchoolCenter on your web sites. They really make it look bright and up-to-date. Please contact me if you would like me to walk you thru the process for adding a theme. SchoolCenter has promised to add… Continue

Added by John Patota on December 10, 2008 at 8:40am — No Comments

Report Wisely: Make Sense of Your Online Assessment Results

To maximize the learning efforts of online tests in virtual classroom, teachers need quick insights of miscellaneous test results in a simple yet smart report.



September 25th, 2008 - More and more teachers are benefiting greatly from the simplicity and flexibility of online tests and exams to measure learning performances. Teachers would have obtained the value of assessment results for effective teaching and learning, with detailed test items and responses in an… Continue

Added by William Peterson on September 26, 2008 at 8:19pm — No Comments

More than Online Tests, Get Values from Your Assessment Results

To measure learning performance in a flexible approach, many instructors have successfully implemented online tests and exams with e-learning authoring tools. Theoretically instructors would obtain all test items and responses in detail, and generate analysis report of scoring statistics for effective teaching and learning. However, due to the lack of system-based tracking support or tech knowledge, most instructors are muddled by these enormous raw data of test results from participants.… Continue

Added by William Peterson on September 18, 2008 at 9:18pm — 1 Comment

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