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Marta Viñes Jimeno

Marta Viñes Jimeno I am a teacher at Winterhude Reformschule in Hamburg, Germany where I teach Spanish and Social Sciences. I have been involved in education since 1996. I am also a freelance trainer and a mentor.… Read more...

Marta Viñes Jimeno 2017-08-08T09:43:35+00:00

Multiperspectivity and Map Projections

Multiperspectivity and Map Projections Marvic Francalanza .fusion-slider-172 .flex-direction-nav a { width:63px;height:63px;line-height:63px;font-size:25px; } Loading... Did you know that all world maps are distorted? Why is North always at the top? Why is Europe at the centre?… Read more...

Multiperspectivity and Map Projections 2017-07-31T09:34:44+00:00

Learn to Change Resource Series

Learn to Change Resource Series .fusion-slider-151 .flex-direction-nav a { width:63px;height:63px;line-height:63px;font-size:25px; } Loading... Do you think you can make a difference in your world by educating others differently? Are you a teacher, a trainer, a facilitator?… Read more...

Learn to Change Resource Series 2017-07-23T10:50:48+00:00

Learning to Teach

Learning to Teach Jason InguanezEdgar Degas, The Dance Class, 1874. Oil on canvas, Metropolitan Museum of Art Reaping the Benefits of Mentoring and Peer Observation When using the term “professional development” we usually think of participation in conferences, seminars, or workshops outside the school.… Read more...

Learning to Teach 2017-07-23T10:52:20+00:00

Can a video game teach us about learning?

Can a Video Game Teach Us about Learning? Alessandro Soriani The mere mention of video games generally provokes a very quick reaction from parents and teachers alike – they are a non-educational waste of time, distracting learners from more “wholesome” activities like “studying hard”!… Read more...

Can a video game teach us about learning? 2017-07-23T10:55:11+00:00

Recognizing Intercultural Competence

Recognizing Intercultural Competence Ildikó Lázár How do we know if we are interculturally competent? Intercultural competence (ICC) has been defined in different ways in the literature but many ICC frameworks and models are compositional (see for example Byram, 1997, Fantini, 2006, Deardorff, 2009, Barrett, Byram, Lázár, Mompoint-Gaillard, and Philippou, 2013).… Read more...

Recognizing Intercultural Competence 2017-07-23T10:55:24+00:00

6 Steps for 60 Million Teachers and their Students

6 Steps for 60 Million Teachers and their Students Mareike Hachemer As introduced in a blog post here in March, 60 million teachers and their over 1 billion students can make this world a better place.… Read more...

6 Steps for 60 Million Teachers and their Students 2017-07-23T10:54:15+00:00

Teacher Agency to Change Education

Teacher Agency to Change Education Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard What do policy makers talk about? Standards, accountability… What do teachers talk about? Work conditions, meaning, social recognition… How could these voices both influence policy?… Read more...

Teacher Agency to Change Education 2017-07-23T10:54:25+00:00

What are tests good for?

What are Tests Good for? Miloš Jeremić Tests, whether standardized or not, remain increasingly popular and in spite of lip service arguing differently, in many instances, they continue to be the main form of assessment in the majority of educational settings.  … Read more...

What are tests good for? 2017-07-23T10:54:37+00:00

Being a Teacher

Being a Teacher Charlot Cassar Being a teacher in the 21st century is a formidable endeavour. Teachers come into the profession full of hope and eager to make a positive difference in their classrooms and young people’s lives.… Read more...

Being a Teacher 2017-07-23T10:55:41+00:00