Professor Rose Luckin, co-founder of the Institute for Ethical Artificial Intelligence in Education, launched last year, helps steer developments in educational technology in a firmly ethical direction. But Professor Luckin issues a warning to those who believe the future classroom needs to concentrate on computer coding alone. We need advanced thinking around what we want to deliver in terms of lifelong learning for each individual citizen, rather than an obsession with clever algorithms and coding.
Digital education designed to teach future skills. Yet, while tools such as VR and AR are routinely used to bring history lessons or language learning to life, and to foster collaboration with other students around the world, Mr Jones has no intention of allowing the tail to wag the dog.
Although Mr Jones notes that the majority of teachers starting out in the profession are comfortable with using devices, less technologically-minded colleagues are not forgotten. Mr Jones believes post learners must be prepared for a future in which entrepreneurship and apprenticeships take their place alongside the university option, but he is firmly opposed to the suggestion that preparing young people for the world of work should become the key priority.
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Each group will have approximately five students. Each group will be responsible for the various components that make up Carnaval. The students will be assisted by our Library Media Specialist. She will give a rubric to each group. The rubric will de developed by her and the classroom teacher.
The Big 6 skills are to be taught to the entire group by the Library Specialist. Culminating activities will include: costume making, cooking collaborating with Home Economics and regular education teacher. Students will make instruments with the music teacher. The students will be divided into groups of five. Each group will be responsible for a different topic that pertains to the Amazon Rain Forest.
Hands on activity will be to make their own rain forest from different types of materials with the help of the art teacher and regular education teacher. Delighted Brazilian Cooking. Seattle: Ambrosia Publications This book provides a variety of Brazilian style recipes. Christmas in Brazil. World Book Publications, Chicago: world Book Details and pictures describe this special holiday.
Lewington, Anna. Rain Forest Amerindians: Threatened Cultures. This book provides information on the Indians still living in the rain forest.
Liza, Papi. African Brazilian Folklore and Crafts. New York Rizzoli: International Describes the crafts and folklore, their origin relating to Carnaval. Slonimsky, Nicolas.
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Music of Latin America. Thomas Y. Cromwell Company, The history and origin of the music in South America.
posdesctonde.tk Brazil has its own chapter. Site gives information on the area, population, economics, language, and the arts. Vianna, Hermano. North Carolina: North Carolina Press, The history of Samba and how it became popular.
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Book can be found in Sterling Library, Yale University. Site provides information on the area, first contact made, population, language, economy, and artistic abilities. Brazil: Many Voices Mancy Faces.