Design More Effective Learning Activities with Didactic Sequences

The preparation of the didactic material for each class can be exhausting and time consuming. To avoid this we can use didactic sequences that allow us to develop the same subject for different academic classes with different levels of difficulty; this reduces the elaboration time of the materials and makes the work for the teacher more practical.

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Aborted by School, Adopted by Crime

Dealing with children who have a learning disability requires responsibility and knowledge that go beyond advice and scholar regulations. They are called learning disabilities or disorders because they are disfunctions that compromise the essential characteristics of students’ cognitive processes and behavior.

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Work Stations: an Alternative to Traditional Assessment

Pedagogical assessment has been losing ground in education, largely owing to a social function of learning certification. In order to find alternatives to the traditional means of assessment, we decided to explore an active, collective methodology and use work stations to verify what had been learned, without necessarily administering a test.

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