mercredi 29 février 2012

Pedagogical games

I write in this post on elements of language and pedagogy.
There are important and interesting points.
This is a pedagogical game, a constant adaptation of the teacher.
In every class is required instability, a change of place.
In chess move the pieces are differently.
Students are different and move differently every day.
For our online students must be greater sensitivity.

S. Dowens “ The challenge of pedagogy, indeed, is that learning is not simply remembering.
To teach is to model and demonstrate, to learn is to practice and reflect.
Both teaching and learning consist of talking about and of doing.
Theorizing and practicing."
About Language
“ The fundamental elements of written language – subjects and actions, objects, tenses and connections – are expressions of elements of our knowledge of the world.”

THE QUESTIONS about my activities

How does your learning artifact instantiate knowledge? And what is the knowledge Represents the artifact?
- The images represent the student the way they observe the world, and how you can make sense of their observations and  knowledge of anatomy and kinesiology and dance
In what way does the artifact replicate or emulate the experience and performance of a person who Already has this knowledge?
- Observe people's daily lives and how they move will entail recognizing notions already learned in class.
My school system is the e-learning .
What is the community around That knowledge?
How does the community learn?
- The comments and photos of students are different and each student can observe and talk about the image of the other student. 
And Literacy with links, photos, videos ...

2 commentaires:

  1. Dance, the Brain and neural mirroring help us understand and transfer experience. Search "Neuroaesthetics" and the interesting paper below.

    Found the information below whole researching a post on Carol Yeager’s MOOC (CMC11): While not able to view the video it seemed a good idea to search Bangor University and Emily S Cross to see what other things she’s interested in (dancers usually have many lives at once).

    First stop searched her name at Bangor U in Wales:

    Then linked to people interested in “Dance and the Brain” by way of her listed interests: This site provides a wealth of academic research and connections to people who study Movement. If nothing else, you get a great list of study areas very few people have heard of.

    Back to Professor Cross and on to her Google website we come to a list of her papers and this one was quite good: “Neuroaesthetics and beyond: new horizons in applying the science of the brain to the art of dance”

    Dance, Art & Sports have been cut from the North American curriculum because they make you smart and quick. It is always wise to follow areas of study that are shunned by the mainstream.