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Recent Posts by AMAIA

Tue Nov 27, 2018 11:58 PM in Review of "The Early Years: Integrating Digital Tools" by Peggy Ashbrook
In this article, Peggy speaks about an issue that is very new in teaching: technology. Nowadays we can see that there is more technology in schools and that our children grow up knowing how to use technology and apps. Technology has changed a lot and I would say that is the fastest thing that is improving all the time. That is why sometimes we can feel a rare feeling when we see a young child usi...

Tue Nov 27, 2018 11:32 PM in Review of "Perspectives: Assessing for Science Learning" by Michele H. Lee and Sandra K. Abell
During the article, Michele and Sandra explain the difference between formative assessments and summative assessments. We can say that summative assessments are completed more in the final and its purpose is to evaluate or grade. However, with formative assessments the teacher gain information about what the students are learning and how. Moreover, it is mentioned that according to Bergan, the...

Tue Nov 27, 2018 10:32 PM in Review of "Editor's note: We resourceful teachers" by Chris Ohana
In this article Chris Ohana argues that teachers rarely have the resource to do their jobs, that nowadays teachers are asked to do more things and more innovative and helpful lessons for students, however, with fewer resources. Moreover, she gives some information about how to obtain those materials that as teachers we are going to need. We can find some organizations that donate money, local ...

Recent Public Collections by AMAIA

Individual resource collection

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Each student is required to develop an individual resource collection on the Learning Center. Select a topic of your choice that is not already represented by a collection. Then prepare your own resource collection that must contain: - 5 journal articles or book chapters. - 3 external resources (videos for example). - 2 science objects, which must be completed. - 1 SciGuide.

Type: User uploaded resource

Type: User uploaded resource