Safer Internet Day 2019 | guest

Tuesday, 5th February 2019, Together
for a better internet

The motto of the Safer Internet Day Campaign (SID) is an invitation to create a safer Internet for everyone, especially for younger users.

Initiated in 2004 to raise awareness of the use of online security, this event grew exponentially to become a reference point in the sector and for Institutions involving over 100 countries in the world.

The last edition urged responsibility: “a better internet starts from you”. This year the aim is to push towards the unity in achieving a common goal.

The SID is…

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A focus on the needs of the most able can help raise all students’ achievement | Guest

Sarah Monsell, subject leader of art at Kingsford Community School, describes how a critical thinking approach can be applied across the school to improve attainment of the most able and standards for all pupils
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A focus on the needs of the most able can help raise all students’ achievement | Guest

Sarah Monsell, subject leader of art at Kingsford Community School, describes how a critical thinking approach can be applied across the school to improve attainment of the most able and standards for all pupils
Read in full

The post A focus on the needs of the most able can help raise all students’ achievement appeared first on SSAT.

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How To Teach Children With Autism | Guest

How To Teach Children With Autism:
Create a consistent, structured routine.
Use clear, concise verbal instructions.
Allow extra time for them to process.
Represent concepts visually.
Promote communication through language exercises.
Utilise their interests and talents.
Avoid artificial light and sounds.
Foster a supportive classroom.

Teaching children on the autism spectrum can be extremely rewarding, but it’s not without its challenges. In fact for those who haven’t had much prior experience, it can feel overwhelming – especially with young children who can’t explain how they…

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Innovative Biology Didactic Strategies – Society for Experimental Biology Meeting 2018 | guest

This article is derived from my participation, as an invited speaker with a selected abstract at the “International Scientific Society for Experimental Biology (SEB) Meeting“, held in the Congress Palace in Florence in the summer of 2018. In this meeting I was a moderator in the session “Teaching Biology at different scales: challenges, opportunities and strategies“, about elements of didactic innovation in teaching neuro-biology: the history and evolution of experimental techniques.

Biologist Didactic – Researcher: High School Professor as “Principal Investigator”

It was very interesting…

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