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Developing Independent Learners: Guiding Students to Be More Resourceful
When you empower students to be classroom experts, they learn to become resources for each other. Birmingham Covington School GRADES 3 - 8 | BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI Explore more resources from this school: https://www.edutopia.org/school/birmingham-covington-school
Views: 26970 Edutopia
How to Become an Independent Learner
Strategies students can use to be in charge of their own learning. This mindset helps them to become more independent, successful, and happier in school . . . and ultimately in life. Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/youtube/ -- Create animated videos and animated presentations for free.
Views: 2374 LovinLit
TEDxManhattanBeach - Karen Hunter Quartz - Empowering the Student to be an Independent Learner
Talk title: Empowering the student to be an independent learner Every year as high school kids approach college application season, we advise them that yes, grade point averages and SAT scores are important - but what colleges really want is self-directed, passionate learners. What if we designed a school that from kindergarten showed that kids were just that? In 2009 UCLA partnered with local community groups and the Los Angeles Unified School District to create a charter-like school near downtown Los Angeles. This school combines inspired teachers who understand the community with new ePortfolio platforms that allow students to track their educational progress over time. Young people like Janice Ninez can easily fall through the cracks in huge, impersonal high schools. When she transferred to the UCLA Community School, a teacher asked Janice, "How can I make this class better for you?" and in that moment turned her from a failing student into one who was inspired to learn. Great teachers, and tools like personalized ePortfolio platforms can help students find their voice, capture their intellectual identity and direct their own learning. Karen Quartz is the Director of Research and Communications at UCLA's Center X, and Director of Research and Development at the UCLA Community School, a K-12 public school in Local District 4 of the Los Angeles Unified School District. She earned her Ph.D. in Education from UCLA in 1994 and has served as a researcher at the University of California, San Diego and UCLA's Institute for Democracy. Karen's interests and scholarship focus on the career development and retention of urban educators, the use of research to improve practice, and the creation of small democratic schools. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TED has created a program called TEDx. TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. Our event is called TEDxManhattanBeach, where x = independently organized TED event. At our TEDxManhattanBeach event, TEDTalks video and live speakers will combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events, including ours, are self-organized.
Views: 7312 TEDx Talks
Teacher Talk: Independent learners in the classroom
Teachers light the way, but they should not be the sole source of illumination in the classroom. Mary Soliman argues that teachers must help students become independent learners so that students can manage their own learning and be better prepared to respond to challenges. Mary is a mathematics teachers at South Mecklenburg High School in Charlotte, NC. Teacher Talks is a program of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Foundation. Learn more at cms-foundation.org
Views: 1845 CMS Foundation
7 Independent Learning Strategies
Encouraging students to take control of their own learning is a tough job. This video explores seven strategies you can use to encourage independent learning in your classroom. For my videos take a look at www.turboteaching.com
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Independent Learning Presentation
Independent Learning Presentation
Views: 3454 V Wright
Independent Learning
A guide to prepare to study at university and jump between study at school and university.
Views: 5387 Mo Zandi
The Shift from Engaging Students to Empowering Learners
We often talk about what it means to move from compliance to engagement. It’s the idea of creating an environment where students want to learn rather than have to learn.  But if we want students to be creative, self-directed learners we need to go beyond student engagement and into empowerment.  But this requires some paradigm shifts.  That’s right. We’re going to be talking shift.  Here’s what I mean: The empowered classroom is a shift from giving choices to inspiring possibilities It’s what happens when you move from making the subject interesting to tapping into student interests; when you go from saying “you must learn this” to asking “what do you want to learn?”   It’s a shift from taking assessments to assessing your own learning, it’s an iterative process full of mistakes that ultimately lead to success.   It’s a shift from the teacher asking all the questions to the students asking their own questions, where they chase the inquiry process and take learning off-road. It’s a shift from uncritical consuming to critical consuming and creating. Here students move from critical consuming to inspiration to creativity, where they use the design process to launch their work to the world. It’s a shift from differentiating instruction to personalizing learning  And it’s a shift from rigid to adjustable systems so that students own the process. They can set their own pace, choose their own formats, and decide what resources they want to use to accomplish their goals.  It’s a shift in mindset from compliance to self-direction.  In other words, it’s a shift toward student ownership. When that happens, our students become the creative, critical thinkers who change the world.
Views: 47913 John Spencer
Classroom vs. Independent Learning
Hi there. Steve Kaufmann here again. I have been asked to do a video comparing classroom study to independent or online study of languages. The simple answer is that I think the difference is that online study or rather independent study is much more effective and much less expensive than classroom study and I am going to explain why, but then I am going to explain – sort of a condition, alright. The reason that I think that is that in my own experience classroom study is very ineffective. Now obviously if you have a one on one relationship with a tutor – classroom study of that kind can be very effective, but if you are in a classroom with 5, 10, 15 or in some cases in Asia 70 in a classroom. I don’t think you’ll learn much in that scenario. And the reason is that a lot of the time you will listen to your classmates who speak poorly. I see the same result with my grandchildren who are in French immersion. They have had everything in school in French since they started school. They have had chemistry, their social studies, everything in French and yet they have a very poor accent, because mostly they listen to each other. If and I have mentioned before that the majority of kids in Canada who are in the regular French stream even after 10 or 12 years can’t speak. If the same amount of time had been spent listening to and reading content of interest occasional review of basic patterns of the language – I believe they would be better off. Even if you are in a classroom I think the learning takes place outside the classroom. Again, unless you are in a one on one situation, but if you’re in a class with 5 or 10 people to me that’s not an environment conducive to learning, so the classroom may inspire you and may set goals, and of course the classroom is a tremendous social environment where you meet your friends, but ultimately if you want to learn in a classroom environment, you have to after the classroom; listen, read, write, speak to people and you can do all the kinds of things that you can do without the classroom. Now the condition is that, probably today the majority of people aren’t motivated enough or don’t have enough confidence or don’t know how to learn languages so that they need the classroom because without the classroom they would not do much, so to that extent the classroom has the effect of putting the subject in front of people by giving them some objectives, giving them some tests to prepare for and forcing them to do things. But if you are motivated enough to learn on your own then I think the classroom is quite unnecessary. Now, learning on your own though – people have to learn how to do that and I have posted a new post on my blog and I’ll leave a link, a description where I talk about learning on your own and I think you need to have a mix between exploring the language and exploring different subjects via the language sort of grazing, on the one hand which is maybe 70 or 80% of the time and some more disciplined approach to reviewing in a very basic rote way the main structures and patterns of the language, recognizing that you will forget them and relearning and forget them and relearn them, but some degree of discipline and some effort to knock of sort of basic simple tasks that gives you the sense of satisfaction that you did something needs to be mixed in with the more general listening and reading. So if you proceed in that way there is no question in my mind that learning on your own is more effective and much less expensive than learning in a classroom, however maybe it is only a minority of people who are capable of doing that. I hope the number of people who will learn independently will increase and you might also with reference to that thought look at my blog post (http://blog.thelinguist.com/effective-independent-learning-for-life) on the subject of Independent learning. Thank you for listening – Bye for now
Academic Skills for Independent Learners - FREE ONLINE Course for University Students!
New Self-study courses from the ELC! ☛ For English subtitles, click on subtitles/closed captions. Study at your own pace; whenever and whenever you want. Step 1 - Create an account on KEEP https://account.keep.edu.hk/account/signup Step 2 - Activate your account Step 3 - Join the course ☛ Academic Skills for Independent learners: https://edx.keep.edu.hk/courses/course-v1:PolyU+ASIL+2018/about Other courses you may be interested in: ☛ Reading to Know! https://edx.keep.edu.hk/courses/course-v1:PolyU+RTK+2018/about ☛ Learning4Life: https://edx.keep.edu.hk/courses/course-v1:PolyU+L4L+2018/about ☛ Upgrading Your Grammar: https://edx.keep.edu.hk/courses/course-v1:PolyU+EDUT1398+2018_01/about For more help with your English go to A305: ★ Online: https://elc.polyu.edu.hk/cill/az_index.aspx ★ In person at A305 and Z213 ★ Map: http://elc.polyu.edu.hk/images/campus_map.jpg Created by the English Language Centre of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. https://elc.polyu.edu.hk/moocs/ http://www.polyu.edu.hk/web/en/home/index.html ELC Code: M38.10
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Keeping the Learning in Independent Learning
Learning shouldn't stop when independent work begins. That seems obvious, but in too many cases, the tasks and the thinking required to complete independent assignments are limited to regurgitating knowledge. An instructional leader interacts consistently with students and teachers and displays the same qualities we look for in independent learners. A spirit of inquiry, reflection, and self-regulation are vital for sustained learning, whether you are an assistant principal or a seventh-grade math student. Read more at http://www.nassp.org/tabid/3788/default.aspx?topic=Instructional_Leader_PL0913
Views: 184 NASSPtv
How to learn independently at university: Top Tips
We spoke to students at Nottingham Trent University on how to effectively work independently. Listen to they feel about being an independent learner, and their top tips on how to get the most out of your time. Read our 5 tips on how you can succeed in interviews: https://www.ntuoutreach.com/5-interview-tips/
Views: 609 NTU Outreach
The revolution of self-directed learning | Sean Bengry | TEDxFlourCity
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Sean speaks on how technology can be used to improve typical lecture style education, and how business can take advantage of this to support the professional development of their employees. Sean Bengry is a learning strategist within Accenture's Talent & Organization development group. He helps organizations understand and develop the best experience possible to improve workforce performance though learning. Bengry is passionate about leveraging technology to help people find the right information they need to do their job successfully. As an active speaker and leader, his work has taken him all over the world as he continues to assist other learning professionals in developing corporate learning strategy, but more importantly, changing the overall culture of learning within companies. He holds a Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from Roberts Wesleyan. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Management Strategies to create independent learners
Management Strategies to create independent learners
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Success Skill:  Become an Independent Learner
This video is from a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) I taught. This is something I do in all my classes, sometime in the first two weeks of class. It is a skill that can be used in all your college courses.
Views: 2238 MathTV
10 Gems for Raising Independent Learners
This is the core explanation of our approach to homeschooling (and education in general). In it we share thoughts on mentoring and independent learning...specifically 10 gems you can use immediately. For More Info: www.independenthomeschool.com
Learning Strategies: SRSD Overview
This video overviews Self-regulated Strategy Development (SRSD), an effective research-based model that teachers can use to help their students learn strategies and to improve their academic performance. A combination of academic strategy instruction and self-regulation instruction, SRSD helps students to analyze a problem, organize information, and regulate their behavior. In so doing, they are more likely to become independent learners. To learn more about the Self-Regulated Strategy Development Model, visit the IRIS Module SRSD: Using Learning Strategies To Enhance Student Learning https://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/module/srs/#content
Learning Strategies: Establish Independent Practice
In this video demonstration, a classroom teacher monitors her students during the final instructional stage of the Self-Regulated Strategy Development Model—encourage independent practice. Her students are ready to use the writing strategy and self-regulation strategies independently. The teacher's main responsibility at this stage is to monitor and support her student’s performance, as needed, as well as to incorporate activities in her lesson plans to allow students to maintain and generalize their new writing strategy skills in various settings and across several tasks. To learn more about the Self-Regulated Strategy Development Model, visit the IRIS Module SRSD: Using Learning Strategies To Enhance Student Learning https://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/module/srs/#content
Promoting Independent Learning
For use in the Tutoring Lab at GRCC.
Views: 601 GRCCtv
Improving independent learning
How VisionWorks emotional literacy programmes improve independent learning.
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TLFTW Fostering Independent Learning
Fostering Independent Learning Synopsis: This webcast segment explores how to foster the independent learning skills and the purposeful use of technology necessary for students to thrive in the future. The webcast also examines what teachers need to do to support optimal student learning and what effective learning environments look like. (Length: 9 minutes) To deepen understanding: • In this segment, a student talks about the classroom routines in place, such as the wall-mounted pocket sign that students use to select the literacy workstations they will work at throughout the day. This student explains how this planning board has helped him as a learner. Grade 2/3 teacher Angie Harrison says that classroom management issues decrease because students have chosen how to spend their time. Life skills such as self-monitoring and time management are developed through these types of classroom practices. In what ways have you used classroom routines to foster student independence? • Also in this segment, we see students meeting in small groups for focused guided lessons. This approach gives students frequent opportunities for student-teacher conferences, providing them with regular feedback and next steps for improvement. This strategy models how learning is ongoing and ensures that there are no surprises for students when it comes to assessment and evaluation. What strategies do you use in your classroom to help students develop self-assessment skills? • When using technologies such as Smart Boards in the classroom, it is important to model how the technology works, but also how to select the right tool for the right use at the right time. What strategies do you use in the classroom to help students understand what it means to be a responsible consumer and user of electronic infor- mation and tools? • How do you foster an environment that allows student experts to lead and share knowledge and skills with their peers? • What are your thoughts on the kinds of literacies, knowledge, skills and attitudes that are required to prepare students for success? How will the insights you have gained from this segment change your practice?
Views: 2934 Knatim
Independent Learning
This session looks at what we can do as educators to work together to ensure students are truly prepared for each phase of their educational journey, including college and careers. Many students need support and empowerment in order to become more independent, critical thinkers. What kinds of strategies can we use to ensure that students really are self-disciplined, curious, and equipped to solve the problems they will encounter in and beyond the classroom? This session examines the benefits and challenges of a number of technology-infused strategies for promoting independent learning at all ages. Models and conceptual frameworks that teachers can use to help them develop differentiated lessons that inspire creative and independent thinking are included, including the SOLO Taxonomy, Scenario-Based Learning, and learning styles research. Included in the discussion are specific example lessons and demonstrations from real teachers at the elementary, middle school, high school, and college levels. This includes lessons in sharing personal goals with Blendspace, logic development through the Code.org Hour of Code, science presentations using Annotate.net, and concept maps to explain theories using Educreations. Objectives Participants will: • Foster independent inquiry skills through scenario- based learning strategies, and the integration of tools such as BlendSpace, Educreations, Annotate.net, Code.org, Scratch, and others. • Discuss age-appropriate and technology-infused strategies for promoting independent learning and differentiating instruction for all types of students. • Create lessons and activities that motivate students to become independent, lifelong learners at all levels PK-12 and beyond. • Evaluate technologies and strategies that can be used to foster independent learning with a diverse student population.
Views: 170 Staci Trekles
Ceiling Unlimited - Beyond Tutoring... Developing Independent Learners
How NILD certified educational therapists help struggling learners and students with learning disabilities to develop strategies and skills to be successful in school. Contact us at 757-597-7700 or visit us at http://discoveryprogram-inc.com/.
Views: 566 DiscoveryProgramInc
Mastering Self-Assessment: Deepening Independent Learning Through the Arts
Develop your students' ability to self-assess by showing them examples of mastery, equipping them with technical vocabulary, and providing them with opportunities to practice peer critique. New Mexico School for the Arts GRADES 9 - 12 | SANTA FE, NM Explore more resources from this school: https://www.edutopia.org/school/new-mexico-school-arts
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Promoting independent learning at 16+ - self and peer assessment
After a role play activity, students self and peer assess their understanding of a psychology experiment. More details and sample material from this training pack at http://www.optimus-education.com/shop/promoting-independent-learning-post-16-strategies-developing-successful-learners For more classroom videos, visit http://www.classroomobservation.co.uk/shop/
Views: 809 Optimus Education
The Importance of Independent Learning in University
Most of the learning in university takes place outside of the classroom or formal instruction. Western University's Ryan Mackay discusses the importance of independent learning.
Promoting Independent Learning
NCL Teaching & Learning Briefing
Views: 33 Jill Walton
Classroom Observation with Bayley - Independent Learning in English
Will John's advice on independent learning be heeded? John Bayley works with Stephen Black, head of English at Carshalton Boys Sports College, who is line managing Vanessa Ansa in her second year of teaching. John and Stephen observe as Vanessa takes a Year 10 GCSE class where she encourages the boys to write a piece of original coursework, but the independent learning strategies she employs fails to engage nearly half the class. In the lesson feedback, John Bayley challenges Stephen and Vanessa to use more explicit guidance on how the boys should be helped to learn independently, but John is surprised to discover that they're reluctant to take up his suggestion.
Views: 12895 John Bayley
Encourage independent learning
Crowd sourcing at blc#12
Views: 260 Chris English
LEARNER AUTONOMY - PRACTICAL TIPS FOR TEACHING INDEPENDENT LEARNING - TEACHING ENGLISH // English teachers - Boost your English teaching! Watch this video to find out about learner autonomy in the classroom - what it is and why it is important...AND get lots of great practical tips and activities on building learner autonomy and how to include learner autonomy in language learning in your classroom. This video shares practical tips for teaching independent learning, as well as classroom ideas for teachers for English class. Find out how becoming an independent learner, will improve your students' English and their life skills...AND how YOU, the English teachers, are SO IMPORTANT for learner autonomy in the classroom! Through my videos, I teach you to learn English better, how to speak English fluently and how to speak English easily to improve your spoken British English. You will sound more British, like a British English native speaker. For English teachers, I show you how to make your class more fun, whilst teaching English in an effective way. I have over 20 years’ experience teaching, training and coaching thousands of students all around the world and I have created a new way to learn English that actually WORKS. By watching this video and this series with an English native speaker, your English will improve better and faster than you ever thought possible! ________ // IF YOU WOULD LIKE ME TO BE YOUR PERSONAL LANGUAGE COACH OR TEACHER TRAINER, EMAIL ME NOW ON: [email protected] I will teach you how to speak English easily, how to learn British English and how to gain much more confidence in English! ________ Check out my VIDEOS FOR TEACHERS HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=beyFVkEzKPc&list=PL73Ekz3-Ez00USSS8iW-zlc1cwOn5-26J AND IF YOU'RE AN ENGLISH LEARNER, check out my series on HOW TO SPEAK FLUENTLY IN 6 MONTHS HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQ61pS5_aag&list=PL73Ekz3-Ez00uKRYoQwckJKtuF48uQyJU Subscribe - IT'S FREE!! https://www.youtube.com/c/palmtreeteachingtv?sub_confirmation=1 _________ WATCH THIS CHANNEL TO: * Learn English speaking easily * Improve your spoken English * Sound more like a native English speaker! LEARN HOW TO: * Be more motivated with English * Remember English longer * Speak and learn English better _____ // SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to my channel, LEARN ENGLISH TV! WITH PALM TREE TEACHING: https://www.youtube.com/c/palmtreeteachingtv?sub_confirmation=1 _____ // CONTACT ME FOR:  STUDY TRIPS TO THE UK: [email protected]  LIVE ONLINE ENGLISH LESSONS – with a native-speaking English teacher, so you can sound truly British! IF YOU WOULD LIKE ME TO BE YOUR PERSONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE COACH, EMAIL ME NOW ON: [email protected] ___ // FOLLOW ME:  On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/palmtreeteac...  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/deirdrenich...  Twitter: https://twitter.com/palmtreeteach  Website: http://www.palmtreeteaching.com/ ________ // WATCH MORE: WARM UP ACTIVITIES FOR ENGLISH CLASS - TEACHING ENGLISH https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59ISrIgqdxs FOR ENGLISH TEACHERS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=beyFVkEzKPc&list=PL73Ekz3-Ez00USSS8iW-zlc1cwOn5-26J HOW TO GET FLUENT IN ENGLISH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQ61pS5_aag&list=PL73Ekz3-Ez00uKRYoQwckJKtuF48uQyJU MOST POPULAR VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esfdeVFAS6k&list=PL73Ekz3-Ez03l2I5vDyMQ2TRekyfmCV6x ___ // MUSIC AND CREDITS Track: Jim Yosef - Imagine [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://youtu.be/6V1BWVNLCkU Mark Zuckerberg By premier.gov.ru, CC BY 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=21935959 Wizard of Oz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mm3ypbAbLJ8 English Club https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJ-3p37_DVM Welcome to my diary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUIQ18hXeKo ___________ I hope you enjoy the video! See you soon Deirdre X #learnerautonomy #practicaltipsforteachingindependentlearning #teachingenglish #palmtreeteachingtv #howtolearnenglishlikeanativespeaker
Promoting independent learning and thinking
Promoting independent learning and thinking Career Stage - Proficient Main Focus area - 2.1 Secondary Focus area - 3.4 School - St. Mary Star of the Sea College The teacher uses a guided inquiry-based method to support students' learning about chemical reactions. Students are given minimal instructions to perform experiments and to encourage engagement and direct observations. In addition to the teacher, the Science by Doing resources provide instructions and information. The students’ critical thinking is further developed through the process of writing their own notes. http://www.aitsl.edu.au/australian-professional-standards-for-teachers/illustrations-of-practice/detail?id=IOP00401
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Scaffolding & Building Independent Learners part 1
Dave Gracey & Scaffolding: Building Independent Learners Scaffolding in an educational context is a process by which a teacher provides students with a temporary framework for learning. Done correctly, such structuring encourages a student to develop his or her own initiative, motivation and resourcefulness. Once students build knowledge and develop skills on their own, elements of the framework are dismantled. Eventually, the initial scaffolding is removed altogether as students no longer need it.
Views: 3013 alswhiteboard
Giving the Classroom Back to Kids: Supporting Independent Learning through the Flipped Model
Meet Brian Bennett. Brian teaches Freshman Biology and Chemistry. In his teaching career, Brian quickly saw students disengage from learning when he was at the front of the room lecturing. So he flipped his teaching and gave students the choice on what to learn, how to learn, where to learn & when to learn. This approach has allowed his students to take more ownership of their learning, become more resourceful learners and has given them more individuality.
Views: 6466 TechSmith
Independent learning
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Views: 936 Michelle Juchau
Independent Learning
One of the spin off Screencasts from Brunel's ENTICE Pathfinder Project, for more information please see: http://www.brunel.ac.uk/services/salt/ltt/projects/entice Category: Education Tags: Brunel Learning Technology Team ENTICE Pathdfinder Project educational University Licence: Standard YouTube Licence
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CAREER Instructional Model  Element #4, Engage as Independent Learners
The CAREER Instructional Model is based on the assumption that career readiness is not exclusively a specific curriculum, but results from how teachers facilitate student-centered learning to increase engagement, develop personal skills, and foster creativity. This webinar focuses on the element, Engage as Independent Learners of the CAREER Instructional Model. Engagement is a recurring challenge for teachers in increasing student achievement. While effective teaching begins with relationships, teachers can benefit from using active learning strategies to personalize student learning. This element also focuses on ensuring that students develop transferable information and study skills, enabling them to become lifelong learners. Participants will view a short video-cast presentation prior to each webinar. Each webinar will offer dialog among the facilitator, current practitioners, and participants.
Views: 47 CTE TAC
Scaffolding & Building Independent Learners part 5
Dave Gracey & Scaffolding: Building Independent Learners Scaffolding in an educational context is a process by which a teacher provides students with a temporary framework for learning. Done correctly, such structuring encourages a student to develop his or her own initiative, motivation and resourcefulness. Once students build knowledge and develop skills on their own, elements of the framework are dismantled. Eventually, the initial scaffolding is removed altogether as students no longer need it.
Views: 297 alswhiteboard
Milestones in English: Independent learning (Lindsay Warwick)
Why is it important for university students to be able to learn independently? Lindsay Warwick explains how Milestones in English helps students to become independent learners and extend their English language learning beyond the classroom using the Oxford Online Skills Program Academic. Find out more about Milestones in English at https://elt.oup.com/catalogue/items/global/adult_courses/milestones_in_english
Year 2 Independent Learning classroom observation
The DVD pack includes an Ofsted Inspector's report, CPD activities and more. It is available from www.classroomobservation.co.uk Rent this and other primary lessons at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/primaryobservations Subscribe to all lessons at www.videolearning.co.uk This is a year 2 independent learning lesson and the theme is castles. The teacher sets out a variety of engaging activities in different subjects such as Maths, English, Design, and History so children can practise and embed their learning. Half the class have set activities to follow, whilst the other have the freedom to choose their own. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Outstanding Year 6 Maths - Composite Shapes " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Swj8XFSFvMQ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 8118 Mediamerge Ltd
Developing Independent Learners Part 1
The goal of teaching is to promote independent learning so reading and writing become lifelong habits. As children become better readers, they also become better writers. A workshop format provides a literacy context for building connections between the reading and the writing processes. In this two-part video series, teachers Donnie Skinner and Vickie Atland demonstrate how they implemented reading and writing workshops in two Arkansas schools.
Views: 1469 Stenhouse Publishers
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Independent learning
Learn how teachers can help ELLs become more independent learners in the classroom. See more of the interview: http://www.colorincolorado.org/multimedia/experts/video/august/
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Independent learning | The University of Edinburgh
Learning at Edinburgh will often be very different from school or college. Our students are proactive, manage their own time and are supported to develop their independent learning skills. Sarah, a History student, talks about her experience in independent learning at the University of Edinburgh. Find out more about studying at Edinburgh, visit https://www.ed.ac.uk/studying #drawntoedinburgh #universityofedinburgh #studentlife
Studying at University: becoming a more 'independent learner'
Look at the themes of: what is distinctive and different about university learning and what does it mean to be an independent learner