IAE Educational Practices Series: Denes Szűcs discusses the policy paper “Math Anxiety”

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IAE Educational Practices Series: Denes Szűcs discusses the policy paper "Math Anxiety".
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Watch the next video in the IAE – IBE Educational Practices Video Series, co-published by IBE-UNESCO and the IAE, with support from The Learning Bar. In this video, Denes Szűcs, Reader in Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology, discusses his paper, “Math Anxiety. Educational Practices Series 31” and how a debilitating emotional reaction to math, known as mathematics anxiety (MA), significantly impacts student performance and career choices in math-related fields. Learn the early signs students exhibit and strategies based on the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and the Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT).

Throughout this IAE – IBE Educational Practices Series, renowned scholars share insights from their transformative handbooks on educational practice. Explore the interview series to learn about improving education for all.

These videos and associated handbooks cover a range of topics, including guiding principles for twenty-first-century learning, improving education for economically disadvantaged students, recovering from the impact of COVID-19, curriculum design, and teaching students how to become lifelong learners. Throughout this series, renowned scholars share insights from their transformative handbooks on educational practice.

Explore the IAE – IBE Educational Practices Series to learn about improving education for all.

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The Learning Bar announces new workshop focused on supporting school leaders create and sustain a supportive and healthy work environment

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The Learning Bar announces new workshop focused on supporting school leaders create and sustain a supportive and healthy work environment

The Learning Bar has introduced a new workshop for education leaders and educators looking to build and nurture a systemic culture of wellness. The workshop entitled ‘Leading a Systematic Approach to Well-being’ recognizes the critical link between educator well-being and student outcomes. Led by Gail Markin, a renowned educational consultant with over two decades of experience, it is designed to complement and enhance existing well-being and professional development programs within educational institutions.

Along with a framework for integrating well-being principles systematically across all levels of school operations it builds upon the core concepts of Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) and other well-being initiatives and offers actionable strategies that can be seamlessly integrated into current programs. This approach ensures that efforts to promote well-being are cohesive, comprehensive, and reinforce the institution’s overall goals for educator and student wellness.

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IAE Member Research Series: Maria de Ibarrola discusses the research paper “Evaluation of teachers of basic education: Political tensions and radical oppositions”

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Join us for an enlightening journey into the heart of educational reform in Mexico with our latest video, “IAE Member Research – Maria de Ibarrola Interview”! Discover the intense political drama and challenges that unfolded as Mexico embarked on a major overhaul of its basic education system. 

Maria de Ibarrola, a distinguished researcher, delves into her groundbreaking paper on teacher evaluations, revealing the deep-rooted tensions and oppositions that rocked the nation. From the traditional tenure system to the powerful influence of teachers’ unions, this interview hosted by Nick Burbules uncovers the complexities behind one of the most significant educational reforms in recent history.

Don’t miss this chance to gain unique insights into the struggles and triumphs of educational policy-making. Watch now and be part of the conversation on shaping the future of education!

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IAE Member Research Series: Richard Shavelson discusses the research paper “Methodological perspectives: Standardized (summative) or contextualized (formative)”

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Dive into the fascinating world of educational evaluation with our latest video from the IAE Member Research Series!

Join Nick Burbules from the International Academy of Education as he explores Richard Shavelson, Professor of Education, Emeritus at Stanford University’s thought-provoking paper on the nuanced differences between formative and summative evaluations.

This insightful interview sheds light on the complex interplay of data, politics, and real-world challenges in assessing educational systems, with a compelling case study from Mexico. Discover how different types of evaluation questions can profoundly impact our understanding of teaching quality and student outcomes. Whether you’re an educator, a policy maker, or simply passionate about the future of education, this video is a must-watch! Tune in to unravel the layers of educational evaluation and its role in shaping better futures.

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News Article- Insights Alberta Fall 2023

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Register now for Insights Alberta 2023

Theme - Rebounding and rebuilding systemwide well-being

We have dynamic education leaders from across Alberta who will talk about how they are rebuilding confidence in the school system and reigniting their relationship with the school community.  Join us as they share their experiences of how they are leveraging data to build new strategies to support the mental health of students and staff.

  • Harness the Power of Data: Discover first-hand how education leaders are utilizing data not just to monitor trends, but to advance a new vision of education. A vision that, in the wake of COVID, prioritizes the mental health of both students and staff, enhances overall well-being, and adapts flexibly to an evolving landscape of education.
  • Access Exclusive Strategies: Delve into a deep-dive panel discussion to unravel challenges faced by today’s leaders and hear what data-driven strategies they are implementing to improve school culture.
  • Optimize Funding Opportunities: Learn how other districts have tapped into provincial funding to support their well-being initiatives.

This is a great opportunity to connect with other thought leaders, share best practices, and discuss strategies to enhance support systems across your school or district. Your expertise and contribution make a difference. Join like-minded colleagues in our shared goal of advancing education.

We are expecting a full house and seating is limited so register early!

If you have any questions please feel free to email us directly.

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IAE Educational Practices Series: Panagiotis Kampylis discusses the policy paper “Nurturing creative thinking.”

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Watch the next video in the IAE – IBE Educational Practices Video Series, co-published by IBE-UNESCO and the IAE, with support from The Learning Bar. In this video, Panagiotis Kampylis Digital Transformation Policy and Data Analyst at National Documentation Centre (EKT),  Greece discusses the policy paper “Nurturing creative thinking.” Kampyli delves into the conditions children need to grow as creative and critical thinkers . He considers how certain factors in a (creative) learning space and in a school curriculum enhance creativity. Find out more about the activities and learning tasks that enhance creativity.

These videos and associated handbooks cover a range of topics, including guiding principles for twenty-first-century learning, improving education for economically disadvantaged students, recovering from the impact of COVID-19, curriculum design, and teaching students how to become lifelong learners. Throughout this series, renowned scholars share insights from their transformative handbooks on educational practice.

Explore the IAE – IBE Educational Practices Series to learn about improving education for all.

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IAE – IBE Educational Practices Series: Watch Keith Topping discuss the policy paper “Philosophy for Children.”

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Delve into this next video in the IAE – IBE Educational Practices Video Series, co-published by IBE-UNESCO and the IAE, developed with support from The Learning Bar. In this video, Keith Topping, Professor of Educational and Social Research, School of Education, University of Dundee, discusses the policy paper “Philosophy for Children.” Topping offers profound insights and practical strategies for fostering critical thinking, empathy, and meaningful dialogue among young minds, igniting a lifelong love for learning and exploration.

These videos and associated handbooks cover a range of topics, including guiding principles for twenty-first-century learning, improving education for economically disadvantaged students, recovering from the impact of COVID-19, curriculum design, and teaching students how to become lifelong learners. Throughout this series, renowned scholars share insights from their transformative handbooks on educational practice.

Explore the IAE – IBE Educational Practices Series to learn about improving education for all.

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IAE – IBE Educational Practices Series: Lorin Anderson discusses the policy paper “Task, Teaching and Learning: Improving the Quality of Education for Economically Disadvantaged Students.”

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Watch the next video from the IAE – IBE Educational Practices Video Series, co-published by IBE-UNESCO and the IAE, developed with support from The Learning Bar. In this video, Lorin Anderson, Carolina Distinguished Professor Emeritus, discusses his policy paper “Task, Teaching and Learning: Improving the Quality of Education for Economically Disadvantaged Students.” Anderson speaks on the power of inquiry-based learning, collaborative problem-solving, and personalized instruction to help ignite curiosity, inspire critical thinking, and unlock the full potential of your students.

These videos and associated handbooks cover a range of topics, including guiding principles for twenty-first-century learning, improving education for economically disadvantaged students, recovering from the impact of COVID-19, curriculum design, and teaching students how to become lifelong learners. Throughout this series, renowned scholars share insights from their transformative handbooks on educational practice.

Explore the IAE – IBE Educational Practices Series to learn about improving education for all.

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IAE – IBE Educational Practices Video Series: Watch Stella Vosniadou discuss the policy paper “Teaching students how to learn: Setting the stage for lifelong learning.”

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Delve into this next video in the IAE – IBE Educational Practices Video Series, co-published by IBE-UNESCO and the IAE, developed with support from The Learning Bar. In this video, Stella Vosniadou, Strategic Professor at Flinders University, discusses the policy paper “Teaching students how to learn: Setting the stage for lifelong learning.” The paper offers valuable insights on fostering critical thinking skills, promoting metacognitive strategies, and creating an engaging learning environment that inspires students to become lifelong learners.

These videos and associated handbooks cover a range of topics, including guiding principles for twenty-first-century learning, improving education for economically disadvantaged students, recovering from the impact of COVID-19, curriculum design, and teaching students how to become lifelong learners. Throughout this series, renowned scholars share insights from their transformative handbooks on educational practice.

Explore the IAE – IBE Educational Practices Series to learn about improving education for all.

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IAE – IBE Educational Practices Video Series: Hear Andreas Demetriou, Professor Emeritus, University of Nicosia, discuss the policy paper “Understanding and facilitating the development of intellect.”

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Watch the next video in the IAE – IBE Educational Practices Video Series, co-published by IBE-UNESCO and the IAE, with support from The Learning Bar. In this video, Andreas Demetriou, Professor Emeritus, University of Nicosia, discusses the policy paper “Understanding and facilitating the development of intellect.” Demetriou delves into cutting-edge techniques like project-based learning, differentiated instruction, and formative assessment that will empower you to create dynamic classrooms, foster student growth, and cultivate a lifelong love for learning.

This video series and associated handbooks cover a range of topics, including guiding principles for twenty-first-century learning, improving education for economically disadvantaged students, recovering from the impact of COVID-19, curriculum design, and teaching students how to become lifelong learners. Throughout this series, renowned scholars share insights from their transformative handbooks on educational practice.

Explore the IAE – IBE Educational Practices Series to learn about improving education for all.

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