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¡Qué difícil es hablar el español!

Ayer, en la clase de "Historia de la Lengua española", con l@s alumn@s
de tercero, cerramos el capítulo sobre los americanismos y el español en
el mundo con esta divertida canción. Aquí os la dejamos con subtítulos. ¡Feliz día! 

VIF Learning Acquires K-12 Resource Search Engine Participate Learning

VIF International, a K-12 professional development company, has acquired Participate Learning, a teacher resource aggregator and search engine. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Why Grit Can’t Be Taught Like Math

Because noncognitive qualities like grit, curiosity, self-control, optimism, and conscientiousness are often described, with some accuracy, as
skills, educators eager to develop these qualities in their students quite naturally tend to treat them like the skills that we already know how to teach: reading, calculating, analyzing, and so on. And as the value of noncognitive skills has become more widely acknowledged, demand has grown for a curriculum or a textbook or a teaching strategy to guide us in helping students develop these skills.

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Curriculet Closes Shop

Curriculet, which over the past four years built a platform where students can read digital books, articles and take quizzes, will be closing its doors this summer.

In an
email sent to users on the afternoon of May 24, Jason Singer, CEO and co-founder of the San Francisco-based startup, announced that “Curriculet will be turning off the lights and shuttering our service on June 17th.”

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#NYCDigital Playbook Provides Strategies To Update Learning, Teaching, + Strengthen Relationships

Remember the good old days? Families spent time together, students weren’t distracted, crime was down, and everyone’s voice was heard...  

If only that were true, but it’s not.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio reminds us with this quote where he shares wise advice from his wife:

And he is backing his words with a promise to make New York the most user-friendly and innovative city

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Lesson Study: When Teachers Team Up to Improve Teaching

Marna Wolak’s fifth grade students at Sanchez Elementary in San Francisco are gathered on the rug for a “number talk.” Wolak is getting her students thinking about fractions, noticing patterns and explaining their thinking to one another as a group before sending them off to work on a new topic – dividing whole numbers by fractions. The problem for today deals with origami stars. Students are told they have six pieces of paper, but it only takes one fifth of a piece to make one origami star. How many stars can they make with six pieces of paper?

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Dos miradas coreanas sobre la vida en México

Estas son tareas
entregadas por dos de mis alumnos coreanos de nivel intermedio.

Los coreanos en México
suelen ponerse nombres en español, porque consideran que es muy difícil que los
mexicanos recordemos sus nombres coreanos.

Lee los textos de Esther y
Daniel para saber cómo ha sido su experiencia en México.

La experiencia de Esther

¿Cómo te has adaptado a
México?

Era difícil

Te cedo la palabra: Las historias de Aitor Lázpita

Hoy nos visita nuestro compañero Aitor Lázpita que, aunque por nombre y apellido podría ser bilbaino y otro tresticero más, sin embargo, es profesor de Lengua castellana y Literatura en el IES Nazarí, de Salobreña (Granada) y autor de numerosos trabajos y proyectos colaborativos en donde está presente su sello personal, tanto como en sus fantásticos blogs -el personal

Gravit, sencillamente genial

Algo que caracteriza a este blog es la difusión de aquellas herramientas digitales que puedan ser usadas en el aula y que facilitan el desarrollo de la competencia digital de nuestro alumnado. No podía faltar, por tanto, aquí, enlanubeTIC, la mención de este maravilloso software de dibujo vectorial, 100% gratuito, que trabaja directamente en el navegador, y que además tiene características de

Amid Fast Growth, ?Accelerate Learning Raises $10M Series A for International Expansion

What’s in a name? For Accelerate Learning, it’s a prediction. The company is gaining speed.The latest boost comes in the form of venture capital. Owl Ventures has invested $10 million of Series A funding in the company. Accelerate, founded at Rice University in Houston, TX, makes STEMscopes and other STEM resources for preK-12 students and teachers.

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Five Ways an Underperforming School Created a Model Arts and Tech Program

Back in 1997 when I started working at Balboa High School in San Francisco, I had a total annual budget of $150 to design and teach my first art class. Since then, my colleagues and I have had to work hard and be creative to expand our programs and provide our students with a strong creative arts education.