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Internationellt: Schools Explore Benefits of Peer Counseling

Program shows promise in boosting student attendance, engagement, and leadership.

Internationellt: Collaborative spirit the way forward

A high school in Australia has adopted a culture of collaboration to help develop a ”community of learning”, educator Darcy Moore writes. The strategy includes a focus on providing timely, constructive feedback for teachers and students.

Internationellt: Every child can win the memory game

Eight-time World Memory Champion, Dominic O’Brien, co-founded memory workshops to boost young people’s motivation to learn and teach students powerful memory techniques.

Internationellt: Language problems common for kids with ADHD, study finds

Among 6- to 8-year-olds, 40% of those with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder had language difficulties, compared with 17% in the control group, an Australian study in the journal Pediatrics showed. Researchers said rates of language problems were similar in boys and girls.

Internationellt: How 3D printing is changing the shape of lessons

There have been dramatic headlines about 3D technology, encompassing ideas to use 3D printers to make clothes, food, firearms and the parts of a house.

Internationellt: Chess ‘should be compulsory in primary schools’

The former president of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers calls for chess to be introduced in all state primary schools to boost children’s concentration levels.

Internationellt: What leaders can learn from children’s books

Leaders should consider learning from children’s books, which tend to be more concise and captivating than management books, says former KPMG and American Red Cross official Pam Rogers, now a children’s librarian.

Internationellt: An agenda for school education

While school enrolment has reached record levels in India, the country must do more to improve the quality of education students receive, write Ramya Venkataraman, and Shirish Sankhe, both of McKinsey’s education practice in India.

Lag riskerar att locket läggs på

Hallå där Emma Arneback, du är författare till avhandlingen ”Med kränkningen som måttstock. Om planerade bemötanden av främlingsfientliga uttryck i gymnasieskolan”, och lektor i pedagogik vid Örebro universitet.

Han jobbar med empati som grund

Skönlitteratur är läraren Martin Laps främsta verktyg för att motverka intolerans hos eleverna. Nu har han själv skrivit en bok om främlingsfientlighet och rädslan för det okända. ”Att arbeta med litteratur tror jag förebygger mycket. När eleverna ska skriva ner på papper varför de tycker som de tycker, så klarnar ofta tankarna”, säger Martin Laps. 

 
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