Genius is not enough; we need to get the job done. – Carol S. Dweck pic.twitter.com/Fd7CNU5wNK
— Adnan Iftekhar (@adnanedtech) November 17, 2015
Students working on programming the EVE3 to do a an automated side parking and the Grade 7 working on ‘studless’ construction.
Recently we conducted a Lego Training Session for both Pre-K (Basic Construction) and High School (EV3). Can’t wait to to see the results in the classrooms.
A bunch of energetic teachers came together to learn more about teaching and learning in an exciting new school, Sampoerna Academy.
Questions: What were some of the A-HA moments for you on Day 1?
Personally I was excited to observe and learn more about the individual teachers; their passion, talent and eagerness to make a dent in the world of education.
We are all writers, video creators, podcaster, journalist; we need to sharpen our craft.
Again, one of those things that we probably know but find it hard to implement in the classrooms. How much of what we do in the classrooms is actually based on actual studies. Young kids love playing, it’s their way of learning.
It’s important that education always has the children at the heart of the matter. Teacher Quality is an important factor in student achievement as studies have shown, but there are many other factors that affects it as well. An interesting read to get a better perspective of things.
Genuine math is thought-provoking and surprising. Unfortunately, school math has been invaded by impostors, things that persist because they are useful for multiple-choice questions on standardized tests. Beautiful math is worth defending — that other stuff is rightfully feared, mocked and forgotten.