Display For Learning

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Display For Learning

Author : Kirstie Andrew-Power
ISBN : 9781855396517
Genre : Education
File Size : 69.52 MB
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The current educational agenda identifies learner wellbeing as the key determinant in achievement and outcome. How the learning environment is designed can have a huge impact on wellbeing. Successful and meaningful display reflects the ethos of a school, and an exciting, learning-focused environment makes for excited learners. An environment that mirrors respect and care makes learners feel cared for and respected by the place in which they learn. This positively impacts on how well students learn, how happy they are as they learn and the respect and care with which they treat their school; the same applies to staff. This book addresses a gap in the market for secondary school leaders and teachers (with transferable lessons for primary and 16 - 19 colleges) and provides a toolkit to develop display for learning with strategies and solutions, within the context of the school improvement and transformation agenda. The book aims to inspire colleagues in schools to develop this in their classrooms and on a whole school level - with the motivation and justification for doing so.
Category: Education

Learning Through Visual Displays

Author : Gregory Schraw
ISBN : 9781623962357
Genre : Education
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The purpose of the volume is to explore the theory, development and use of visual displays and graphic organizers to improve instruction, learning and research. We anticipate five sections that address (1) frameworks for understanding different types of displays, (2) researchtested guidelines for constructing displays, (3) empiricallybased instructional applications, (4) using displays to promote research and theory development, and (5) using displays to report test and research data to improve consumer understanding. Authors represent a variety of perspectives and areas of expertise, including instructional psychology, information technology, and research methodologies. The volume is divided into four sections. Section 1 provides a conceptual overview of previous research, as well as the contents of the current volume. Section 2 includes theoretical perspectives on the design and instructional uses of visual displays from major theorists in the field. These chapters discuss ways that visual displays enhance general cognition and information processing. Section 3 provides eight chapters that address the use of visual displays to enhance student learning. These chapters provide examples of how to organize content and use visual displays in a variety of ways in the real and virtual classroom. Section 4 includes three chapters that discuss ways that visual displays may enhance the research process, but especially improved data display.
Category: Education

Digital Resources For Learning

Author : Daniel Churchill
ISBN : 9789811037764
Genre : Education
File Size : 41.61 MB
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This book addresses the theory and practice of using digital resources for contemporary learning, and how such resources can be designed, developed, and employed in a variety of learning activities and with various devices. Drawing on insights into learning theory, educational research and the practical design of digital resources for learning that the author has gained over the past 20 years, the book provides the first classification guide to digital resources for learning and links various types of digital resources for learning to both contemporary curriculum design and learning design models.
Category: Education

Learning On Display

Author : Linda D'Acquisto
ISBN : 9781416618348
Genre : Education
File Size : 65.64 MB
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The story of the civil rights movement. The characteristics of Japanese art and culture. The importance of innovation. The history of your community. No matter the subject area or the grade level, a school museum project can improve learning and teaching. Unlike science fairs or art shows, which highlight the work of individuals, school museums are collaborative, multifaceted projects that build understanding. As students engage in meaningful work and deepen their knowledge of a specific topic, teachers gain insight into best instructional practices. Through photographs and classroom examples, former curriculum director, teacher, and museum educator Linda D'Acquisto shows how school museums inspire students' curiosity and creativity; encourage responsibility and teamwork; and strengthen writing, communication, research, and problem-solving skills. You will learn the process for developing your own exhibition, including strategies for * incorporating academic content standards * assessing learning and understanding * guiding research, writing, and design * promoting partnerships among students, colleagues, parents, and the community * using the completed museum as a teaching tool With its step-by-step approach and practical resources, Learning on Display will help you transform your curriculum into motivating museum projects that make class work rigorous, memorable, and fun. Note: This product listing is for the reflowable (ePub) version of the book.
Category: Education

Early Years Display

Author : Alistair Bryce-Clegg
ISBN : 9781408155486
Genre : Displays in education
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This book will not only give specific examples of displays which actively involve children in their development and which encourage ongoing interaction (to include photographic examples) but it will also address some of the traditional views about display and show how changing these views can lead to display becoming more than just decorative wall covering.
Category: Displays in education

Improving Learning

Author : Derek Glover
ISBN : 0335209122
Genre : Education
File Size : 60.28 MB
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"The book concludes with consideration of the relationship between culture and achievement. Each chapter offers a blend of research data, real cases for discussion, contemporary literary comment and action points. Reference is also made to lines of further investigation using internet sources."--Jacket.
Category: Education

Learning Dos

Author : Margaret Brown
ISBN : 156243120X
Genre : Computers
File Size : 49.6 MB
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A self-paced workbook which provides hands-on exercises and applications for novice DOS 6 users. Concepts of DOS are explained and exercises reinforce skills necessary to make the most of your computer. Perfect for novices as well as those looking to learn the new features of DOS 6.
Category: Computers

Learning Wordperfect 5 0

Author : Annette J. Thomason
ISBN : 0395477999
Genre : Computers
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Category: Computers

Adaptive Technologies For Learning Work Environments

Author : Joseph J. Lazzaro
ISBN : UOM:39015029871236
Genre : Computerized self-help devices for people with disabilities
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How to make your facilities accessible to the disabled community with adaptive technologies.
Category: Computerized self-help devices for people with disabilities

The Educational Screen

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ISBN : UVA:X030029512
Genre : Motion pictures in education
File Size : 38.58 MB
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Category: Motion pictures in education

Learning Pascal Step By Step

Author : Vern McDermott
ISBN : UVA:X001110558
Genre : Pascal (Computer program language)
File Size : 30.76 MB
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Category: Pascal (Computer program language)