"Wir werden Obst-Experten" - Wir untersuchen Steinobst und by Dirk Feldmann

By Dirk Feldmann

Unterrichtsentwurf aus dem Jahr 2011 im Fachbereich Sachunterricht, Heimatkunde (Grundschulpädagogik), observe: 1,0, Studienseminar für Lehrämter an Schulen Arnsberg, Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Eine Unterrichtsreihe zur handelnden Auseinandersetzung mit der Nahrungsmittelgruppe "Obst", mit dem Ziel, die charakteristischen Eigenschaften, den Aufbau und die Entstehung ausgewählter Obstsorten – unter Anwendung spezifischer biologischer Arbeitsweisen – selbstständig zu erarbeiten und zu dokumentieren und die insgesamt erlangten Kenntnisse bei der Planung eines gesunden Schulfrühstücks anzuwenden.

Die SuS werden – anknüpfend an ihr Wissen aus den vorhergehenden Stunden – dafür sensibilisiert, dass sich Obst u.a. in Kernobst- und Steinobst klassifizieren lässt und untersuchen im Folgenden systematisch verschiedene Sorten von Kern- und Steinobstobst, um darauf aufbauend wichtige charakteristische Merkmale auf Grundlage ihrer Beobachtung zu dokumentieren, zu benennen und zu verbalisieren.

Show description

Continue reading ""Wir werden Obst-Experten" - Wir untersuchen Steinobst und by Dirk Feldmann"

Ziffernnoten als geeignete Form der Leistungsbewertung im by Marcus Sommer

By Marcus Sommer

Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2007 im Fachbereich Sachunterricht, Heimatkunde (Grundschulpädagogik), word: 1,3, Freie Universität Berlin (Fachbereich Erziehungswissenschaft und Psychologie), Veranstaltung: Lehren und Lernen im Sachunterricht, 10 Quellen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Schule ohne Noten? Leistungen, die nicht mit einer Zensur quittiert werden? Diese Fragestellungen gibt es nicht erst seit heute. Bereits vor zehn Jahren ging der damalige Bundespräsident davon aus, so ein test müsse einfach schief gehen. Deshalb sah sich der oberste Repräsentant des deutschen Staates dazu gezwungen, sich in diese pädagogische Diskussion einzumischen und lautstark in seiner berühmten „Ruck-Rede“ zu intervenieren. Aus dem Bundespräsidialamt kam 1997 die Warnung vor „notenfreier Kuschelpädagogik“: „Wer die Noten aus den Schulen verbannt, schafft Kuschelecken, aber keine Bildungseinrichtungen, die auf das nächste Jahrtausend vorbereiten.“ (Herzog bei Spies 2007) Der Bundespräsident a.D. ist nicht der einzige Verfechter der Ziffernnoten. Unterstützung findet guy vor allem dort, wo guy es zunächst nicht erwartet. Schüler sind im Großen und Ganzen mit dem approach zufrieden, auch Eltern lungern nach einem suggestions durch Noten (vgl. Valtin 2002). Dem aktuellen Forschungsprojekt NOVARA zufolge, sind Schüler mit ihren Benotungen in der sechsten Klasse weitgehend – eighty Prozent – zufrieden (Valtin 2002, S. 56). Viele Studien hingegen zeigen ein anderes Bild. Demnach gilt die Zensurengebung als höchst problematisch. Fragwürdig erscheinen Objektivität, Validität und Reliabilität. Ingenkamp - der Autor des Pädagogik-Bestsellers „Die Fragwürdigkeit der Zensurengebung“ - spricht bei der Notengebung von einem „Glücksspiel“, anstelle eines fairen Wettbewerbes (vgl. Sacher 1994, S. 23). „Was wir wissen, muss uns höchst bedenklich stimmen“ (Ingenkamp 1989, S. 80), warnt der Pädagogik-Professor und belegt dies eindrucksvoll mit zahlreichen Studien. Die Pole in der Diskussion sind mitunter radikal und erinnern an einen Glaubenskrieg: So sieht Beck in den „Noten und Zeugnisse[n] [...] Instrumente der Herrschaftssicherung!“ (Beck bei Ingenkamp 1989, S. 36). Seine eindringliche Forderung: „Schafft die Noten ab!“ (ebd.)

Show description

Continue reading "Ziffernnoten als geeignete Form der Leistungsbewertung im by Marcus Sommer"

Collaborative Teaching in Elementary Schools: Making the by Wendy W. Murawski

By Wendy W. Murawski

Say “I do!” to bigger studying luck for college kids in any respect levels!

Based at the author’s vast event, this lighthearted, hugely useful, and teacher-friendly source makes use of the metaphor of marriage to assist normal schooling academics and detailed provider services effectively manage, behavior, and retain co-teaching partnerships. Chapters include: 

  • Field-tested educational and behavioral thoughts
  • Case reports and situations of co-teachers in motion 
  • Self-assessments to figure out academics’ readiness for your next step
  • Information at the administrator’s position and the way to speak with mom and dad
  • Numerous reproducibles, valuable websites, and a listing of instructor resources

Show description

Continue reading "Collaborative Teaching in Elementary Schools: Making the by Wendy W. Murawski"

Jumpstart! Geography: Engaging activities for ages 7-12 by Mark Jones,Sarah Whitehouse

By Mark Jones,Sarah Whitehouse

This number of uncomplicated to take advantage of and enjoyable actions will jumpstart students’ knowing of the geographical abilities of enquiry, outside studying, graphicacy and conversation. scholars will enhance their wisdom and realizing of individuals, areas and concerns via being inspired to ‘think geographically’ in regards to the global they stay in.

Areas coated include:-

    • Places in my international (personal geography)
    • Continents and oceans of the area
    • Human geography (including inhabitants, migration, cities and towns, and activity)
    • Physical geography( together with rivers, forests, coasts and deserts
    • Environment, Sustainable faculties and international citizenship

     

    All sections comprise details on a few necessary wisdom and connection with very important key ideas or massive principles in geography which are being built during the enjoyable actions.

    Jumpstart! Geography

    is an imperative school room resource that will have fun geography and provides childrens the chance to adventure the joys of checking out approximately their international. will probably be a lifeline to any lecture room instructor trying to educate geography in a enjoyable and intriguing way.

    Show description

    Continue reading "Jumpstart! Geography: Engaging activities for ages 7-12 by Mark Jones,Sarah Whitehouse"

    It Wasn't In the Lesson Plan: Easy Lessons Learned the Hard by Anne Tenaglia,James Duncan,Alicia Williams

    By Anne Tenaglia,James Duncan,Alicia Williams

    Lesson Plans

    Lesson plans are an important a part of a teacher’s day and support to lead the training technique within the lecture room. yet Anne Tenaglia found early on that there have been extra the most important how one can make sure the good fortune of her scholars. Even a sophisticated measure doesn't ensure that a instructor may be in a position to support their scholars be triumphant. more often than not, the extra worthy instruments weren't within the lesson plan in any respect. Anne takes us into the realm of an city effortless university, the lives of her scholars, and their trials and tribulations. As a lot wisdom as she imparted to her scholars, they again the prefer by way of instructing their instructor how one can cause them to are looking to study. those classes didn't come effortless, they have been discovered the tough method, yet each introduced their instructor to a better figuring out of the desires of every pupil. In It Wasn’t within the Lesson Plan, chortle on the antics of a pupil who copes by means of turning down his listening to reduction, or the younger guy who makes use of humor to accommodate his difficult knock existence. Beam with delight at scholars who used classes realized in interpreting, writing, and math to take them some distance. appreciate the scholars who, regardless of all odds, develop into contributing participants of society. all the scholars within the publication teaches their teacher new rules that support rework the lives of alternative scholars down the road. and during all of it, tune, empathy, and recognize are interwoven and ever-present within the day-by-day trials and triumphs within the classroom.

    Show description

    Continue reading "It Wasn't In the Lesson Plan: Easy Lessons Learned the Hard by Anne Tenaglia,James Duncan,Alicia Williams"

    Year One in Action: A Month-by-Month Guide to Taking Early by Anna Ephgrave

    By Anna Ephgrave

    Children are ‘hard-wired’ to profit they usually research most sensible by way of being energetic and independent – exploring, studying, growing and taking dangers, in different phrases, through enjoying. even if, formal, topic particular classes and attention on info, pursuits and unrealistic expectancies are inflicting childrens to be bored and under pressure and this is often stifling their studying. Year One in motion reveals the outstanding development kids could make once they are allowed to pursue their very own pursuits, principles and demanding situations in a very good and allowing surroundings supported by means of responsive, expert and empathic employees.

    Demonstrating how a child-led procedure helps the improvement of practical, calm, convinced and self reliant young children, this e-book bargains a special month-by-month perception into the workings of a hugely profitable 12 months One classification. It covers all points of perform from timetabling, grownup roles and transitions to the supplier of the study room and outdoors zone. It tracks the occasions of every month within the 12 months, paying shut recognition to the actual setting and the educational that's occurring. Interactions among employees and youngsters are recognized as, and exploited as, instructing possibilities. in the course of the ebook, Anna Ephgrave offers the explanations in the back of each one selection made. She additionally explains what the results were for the youngsters, emphasising child-led technique, with making plans within the second, permits wealthy studying around the curriculum for all young children inside of a significant context.

    Key beneficial properties include:

    • over one hundred fifty complete color images to demonstrate practice;
    • photocopiable pages of making plans sheets, checklist protecting sheets and pattern letters to parents

    • examples of person studying trips and making plans within the moment;
    • guidance on what to seem for while assessing children’s progress;
    • advice on risk/benefit assessments;
    • suggestions for coping with transitions and minimising stress.

    The achievements of those young ones were outstanding they usually have remained the enthusiastic, self sufficient, satisfied and special members that they have been once they got here into 12 months One. Written by means of a number one advisor instructor, this e-book will motivate academics to be courageous and do what's correct for kids – allow them to take the lead, belief that they wish to profit and peculiarly allow them to play!

    Show description

    Continue reading "Year One in Action: A Month-by-Month Guide to Taking Early by Anna Ephgrave"

    Problem Solving Approach to Mathematics for Elementary by Rick Billstein,Shlomo Libeskind,Johnny W. Lott

    By Rick Billstein,Shlomo Libeskind,Johnny W. Lott

    More than 350,000 scholars have ready for instructing arithmetic with A challenge fixing method of arithmetic for basic university Teachers because its first version, and it is still the foremost this day. this article not just is helping scholars examine the fabric by means of selling energetic studying and constructing talents and concepts–it additionally presents a useful connection with destiny lecturers via together with specialist improvement positive factors and discussions of today’s standards.

     

    The Eleventh version is streamlined to maintain scholars concerned with what's most crucial. The Common middle nation criteria (CCSS) were built-in into the publication to maintain present with academic advancements. The Annotated Instructor’s Edition bargains new Integrating arithmetic and Pedagogy (IMAP) video annotations, as well as job handbook and e-manipulative CD annotations, to provide help to comprise lively studying into your path. MyMathLab® is offered to supply auto-graded workouts, direction administration, and lecture room assets for destiny lecturers.

     

    To see to be had vitamins that may liven up your direction with actions, school room movies, improvement for destiny lecturers, stopover at www.pearsonhighered.com/teachingmath

     

    Show description

    Continue reading "Problem Solving Approach to Mathematics for Elementary by Rick Billstein,Shlomo Libeskind,Johnny W. Lott"

    Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Thematisierung von Tod und by Jenny Mummelthey

    By Jenny Mummelthey

    Bachelorarbeit aus dem Jahr 2011 im Fachbereich Sachunterricht, Heimatkunde (Grundschulpädagogik), notice: 1,7 , Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Institut für Erziehungswissenschaften ), Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Die Themen Tod und Trauer sind wesentliche Bestandteile unseres Lebens. Jeder Mensch wird innerhalb seines Lebens gezwungenermaßen mit diesen schwierigen Themen konfrontiert und muss sich persönlich damit auseinandersetzen. Auch Kinder werden nicht von Tod und Trauer verschont. Schon früh sammeln Kinder viele Erfahrungen in Hinblick auf Verluste, auf Todeserlebnisse und auf Trauer, und den damit verbundenen Gefühlen. Kinder stellen Fragen dazu. Sie wollen wissen, used to be sich hinter dem Tod verbirgt und used to be es bedeutet tot zu sein. Sie sind interessiert an den Themen. Und sie trauern.

    Show description

    Continue reading "Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Thematisierung von Tod und by Jenny Mummelthey"

    Demystify Math, Science, and Technology: Creativity, by Dennis Adams,Mary Hamm

    By Dennis Adams,Mary Hamm

    In a speedily evolving neighborhood and worldwide economic system, abilities on the topic of mathematical challenge fixing, medical inquiry, and technological innovation have gotten extra serious for fulfillment out and in of faculty. therefore, Demystify Math, technological know-how, and Technology addresses the necessity to domesticate those abilities in younger scholars in order that ingenuity, teamwork, and imaginitive talents turn into a part of their arsenal in facing actual international demanding situations. this complete package deal of attributes is vital for rookies imagining new eventualities and destiny paintings in components that don’t even exist but.

    Another vital factor is that academics now care for scholars who span the full spectrum of studying. scholars range largely in degrees of preparedness, own pursuits, and cultural methods of seeing and experiencing the realm. One dimension doesn't healthy all. lecturers have to discover ways to flip variety into a bonus simply because innovation builds at the social nature of studying; the extra assorted the inputs, the extra attention-grabbing the outputs. The authors additionally think that nobody might be sidelined with uncomplicated ability education in a manner that retains them clear of the artistic and collaborative engagement linked to challenge fixing, inquiry, and the technological items of math and science.

    Show description

    Continue reading "Demystify Math, Science, and Technology: Creativity, by Dennis Adams,Mary Hamm"