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21st Century Learning, 21st Century Skills, Classroom, Education, Education System, Educational Skills, Learning, Learning environment / 04.10.2022

Why are curiosity and creativity so relevant for all learning? Can curiosity in the classroom be measured? How can researchers and educators work together to develop teaching strategies that encourage children to embrace creativity? Nina Alonso welcomes Sarah Richardson and Sladana Krstic from the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) who have been conducting research in collaboration with International Baccalaureate (IB). They discuss partnering with teachers in the classroom to test prototype material with the ultimate aim of tracking and fostering creativity and curiosity among students. Nina also talks to...

21st Century Learning, 21st Century Skills, Adaptive Teaching, Agency, Bilingual, Child Poverty, Child Wellbeing, Children, Children Behavior, Children´s agency, Classroom, Climate Education, Cultural Learning, e-learning, Early Education, Early Language Development, Education, Education System, Educational Skills, Educator, Equality, Experimental Education, Language Acquisition, Language Development, Language Skills, Learning, Learning environment, Pedagogy, Primary School, Reading Skills, School, Science Education, STEM, Teacher, Teacher training, Teachers Resources, Teaching / 23.08.2022

In this special mini episode of Teachers’ Voices, Nina Alonso recaps some of the resources her guests have shared with her so far this season. With a particular focus on teachers working to engage their students with environmental issues at local and global levels, listen in for tips, resources and sources of inspiration. Guests Terry Godwaldt is on Twitter and Linkedin.Manuela Valentim is on Twitter or visit her website. Resources The Centre for Global Education – TwitterKoen Timmers - Educator, Author, SpeakerClimate Action ProjectHashem Al-Ghaili (instagram) Nina's recommendations for picture books about environment and conservation A Handful of Seeds by Monica Hughes Belonging by...

Education policy, Education System, Learning environment / 23.07.2022

Why is it so important to take a holistic approach to young people's sense of self? Nina explores how educators can be the connection between children, nature and the wider society with the aim of creating a community of learning. In this episode, two teachers, from Portugal and Japan, share how their work enables them to support collaborations between students, schools and communities to help protect the environment.  Nina also talks to Ross Hall about the tools and actions needed for educators, schoolchildren and the wider community to learn...

21st Century Learning, 21st Century Skills, Adaptive Teaching, Agency, Bilingual, Child Poverty, Child Wellbeing, Children, Children Behavior, Children´s agency, Classroom, COVID-19, Cultural Learning, Digital Age, e-learning, Early Education, Early Language Development, Education, Education System, Educational Skills, Educator, Equality, Experimental Education, Guided Play, Identity, Informal education, Language Acquisition, Language Development, Language Skills, Learning, Literacy, Motivation, Multilingualism, Neuroscience, Parent engagement, Parents, Pedagogy, Peers, Play, Playtime, Primary School, Reading, Reading Skills, Refugee Children, Refugees, Research Fellow, School, Science Education, Self-Confidence, Self-Steem, Social Inequality, STEM, Student, Teacher, Teacher training, Teaching, Uncategorized, Virtual, Virtual Peer, Youth Development / 23.07.2022

Teachers' Voices, the podcast in which teachers tell their own stories, in their own words, is back for season two.  No matter the learning context - from Stockholm, to Uruguay - teachers are one of the most influential and powerful forces we have for equity, access and quality in education. And they’re an important part of sustainable global development. Join Nina Alonso for inspiring interviews with experts about learning and child development. Guests come from all over the world and discuss topics such as neurodiversity, youth activism, curiosity and...

21st Century Learning, 21st Century Skills, Adaptive Teaching, Children Behavior, Classroom, Education, Education System, Educational Skills, Educator / 03.02.2022

Good school practices are the key to helping build better educational systems, says Renaud Comba, research manager at UNICEF, but detecting exemplary school practices is easier said than done: “For the first time we are paying attention to the already created, contextualized, cost effective local solutions that local stakeholders have created through practice and through understanding where they live and their context to really address global education challenges.” - Renaud  We also hear from three teachers trying to develop good creative practices in their daily work with children. First off...

21st Century Learning, 21st Century Skills, Cultural Learning, Education, Education System, Educational Skills, Educator, Family engagement, Language Skills, Learning, Motivation, Multilingualism, Self-Steem / 18.01.2022

Investing in children’s foundational educational skills is key to their learning and development, as these skills are the building blocks for other life skills and further education, says Professor Ricardo Sabates, a researcher dedicated to equipping out-of-school children in the global south with basic numeracy, reading and writing skills. “One of the challenges that we have is that when children are not able to reach these foundational skills, when the curriculum that the teachers are trying to teach is further advanced than the capabilities and understanding of concepts of...

Child Poverty, COVID-19, Digital Age, e-learning, Education, Education System, Equality, Pedagogy, Peers, Primary School, Research Fellow, School, Science Education, Social Inequality, STEM, Student, Teacher, Teaching, Virtual, Virtual Peer / 14.09.2021

There are 3 major challenges that teachers around the world have had to respond to during the recent COVID-19 pandemic: changing pedagogy, the mission, and dealing with challenges in their own households while trying to teach online.  “Many of our concerns have been about kids, and how we make sure that they're still learning. It's wonderful to hear the discourse turn to thinking about those who are doing the teaching, who are providing that care and that education.” - Gillian Hayes In this episode of Teachers’ Voices, expert Gillian Hayes, who...