新东方优美短文背诵 Unit20:The History Significance of America

新东方优美背诵短文50篇 Unit20:The History Significance of American Revolution 20 The Historical Significance of American Revolution The ways of history are so intricate and the motivations of human actions so complex that it is always hazardous to attempt to represent events covering a number of years, a multiplicity of persons, and distant localities as the expression of on...

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新东方优美短文背诵 Unit19:Children s Numerical Skills

新东方优美背诵短文50篇 Unit19:Children s Numerical Skills 19 children’s numerical skills people appear to born to compute. The numerical skills of children develop so early and so inexorably that it is easy to imagine an internal clock of mathematical maturity guiding their growth. Not long after learning to walk and talk, they can set the table with impress accuracy&#...

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总统演讲:Bush's speech on Va.Tech shooting and sch

Good morning. This week, the thoughts and prayers of millions of Americans are with the victims of the Virginia Tech attacks. We mourn promising lives cut short. We pray for the wounded. And we send our love to those who are hurting. The day after the attack, Laura and I attended a memorial service on the campus in Blacksburg. We met with faculty members who lost students an...

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总统演讲:Pres. Bush celebrates America's 400th annivers

Thank you all. Thank you, Justice O’Connor. Laura and I are really happy to join you today. This state is known at the “Mother of Presidents,” which reminds me, I needed to call my Mother today. (Laughter.) I wish all mothers around our country a happy Mother’s Day. And if you haven’t called your mother, you better start dialing here after this ...

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TED演讲:为掌握而不是为了分数而教学(4)

So the idea of mastery learning is to do the exact opposite. 然而掌握式教育的观念就是反其道而行之。 Instead of artificially constraining, fixing when and how long you work on something, 将人为的限制、僵化、何时学习和学多久、 pretty much ensuring that variable outcome, the A, B, C, D, F — do it the other way around. 把结果按A、B、C、D、F分级的行为,转换成另一种方式。 W...

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TED演讲:为掌握而不是为了分数而教学(2)

And in a lot of ways, this is how you would master a lot of things in life. 在很多方面,这也是掌握新技能的一种途径。 It's the way you would learn a martial art. 好比学习武术。 In a martial art, you would practice the white belt skills as long as necessary, 在武术当中,你往往必须一直练习白带(最低等级)的技巧, and only when you've mastered it you would move on to becom...

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TED演讲:为掌握而不是为了分数而教学(3)

And that process continues, and you immediately start to realize how strange this is. 随着课程不断推进,你会突然间发现,这种感觉不太对劲。 I didn't know 25 percent of the more foundational thing, and now I'm being pushed to the more advanced thing. 我明明还有25%的基础知识不懂,现在却被逼去学更加深奥的东西。 And this will continue for months, years, all the way until ...

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TED演讲:为掌握而不是为了分数而教学(6)

But what if that estimate is just based on your own experience in a non-mastery framework, 但假如那些判断仅仅是基于你们“非掌握体系”的个人经验, your own experience with yourself or observing your peers, 是基于你们的自身经历或仅是对周围人的观察而已呢? where you're being pushed at this set pace through classes, accumulating all these gaps? 或是基于被迫跟从课堂进度,不断积...

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TED演讲:为掌握而不是为了分数而教学(7)

So as a society, we have a question: 所以对一个社会而言,我们有一个问题: All this new productivity is happening because of this technology, but who participates in it? 科技带来的这些新生产力,是谁参与其中呢? Is it just going to be that very top of the pyramid, in which case, what does everyone else do? 是不是只有处于金字塔顶端的人,而其他人都置身事外? How do they operate?...

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TED演讲:为掌握而不是为了分数而教学(5)

And when that happens, all sorts of neat things happen. 当万事俱备的时候,就会出现良性循环。 One, the students can actually master the concepts, but they're also building their growth mindset, 首先,学生能够真正掌握知识,此外还能培养他们积极的心理, they're building grit, perseverance, they're taking agency over their learning. 建立勇气和不屈不挠的精神,他们会对...

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TED演讲:为掌握而不是为了分数而教学(1)

I'm here today to talk about the two ideas that, at least based on my observations at Khan Academy, 今天,我要分享两个观点,至少基于我对可汗学院的观察得出的, are kind of the core, or the key leverage points for learning. 有关于学习的核心,或者说是根基。 And it's the idea of mastery and the idea of mindset. 一个是掌握的技巧,另一个是思维方式。 I saw this in the early...

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考试焦虑,源自别人的焦虑

镇静是建立在对生活的信心基础上的,我们可以从可靠的关系中获得这种信心。 ——瑞士心理学家维雷娜·卡斯特 高考在即,中考在即,考试焦虑又成了时髦的话题,我讲一讲自己的故事,也讲一讲简明的关于焦虑的理论,希望能对考生和家长有些帮助。 小标题: 1988年,我升初三,年级8个班中一下子退下来200多名复读生。那是一所镇中,声源全是农村的,大家都渴望考中专师范,以期望“鲤鱼...

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接下来的考试最重要——这句考场大实话你做到了吗

高考第一天过去了,有人发挥出色,有人发挥失常,但无论发挥出色还是失常的考生,相信都明白一点:接下来的考试最重要! 那么,怎样才能尽快从刚过去的考试中迅速转入到下一场考试呢?作为本报心理专栏编辑,我结合自己的经验提一些小建议。 1.把高考三天看成一个整体 如果你有这样的意识,就不必纠缠过去一两场考试中的得失。 2.过去是过去,未来是未来 不管过去的考试发挥好还是不好,都和未来的考试没...

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是孩子在考试,不是你

在外面讲座的时候,经常碰到有家长问我,他们的孩子有考试焦虑,该怎么办。但聊着聊着,我几乎总能发现,他们就是孩子焦虑的源头,而且他们常常比孩子还焦虑。 你是不是这样的家长?你是不是孩子的“焦虑源”?家长们要好好反思一下以下的问题,这可以帮助弄清楚自己,这样就至少可以不给孩子添乱了。 1.你是不是恨不得替孩子去考试? 考试期间,一些家长忍不住会问孩子很多细节,“考场安...

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信心满满的女儿为何总是考试爆冷门

网友来信询问: 唐老师:您好!今天看到您的文章我就迫不急待地想跟你说说我的女儿,女儿是一个非常聪明可爱的小姑娘。可以说是人见人爱吧,无论在学校和家里,她都是个讨人喜欢的孩子,都觉得她的学习应该很好的。但每次考试谁也无法预料她会在哪门功课上冷不丁给你来个低分{80几分},而且每次不同科目,或是数学或是英语,连老师也会跌破眼镜。因为老师一直认为她可以考个95分以上的。她的特点就象你说的...

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积极看待考试排名

李先生的女儿今年上初二,原本是个活泼可爱的女孩,曾经学习小提琴和拉丁舞,小时候演出还获得过奖项。可是自上小学以来,学习成绩变成了生活中的头等大事,到了小学高年级母亲就让她中止学琴和跳舞,理由是作业太多,没有时间。渐渐地,孩子戴上了近视眼镜,整天一副忧心忡忡的模样,成绩好的时候,担心下次排名掉下去;成绩不好的时候,自责难过,情绪一落千丈,生活变得没有乐趣。马上又要期末考试了,...

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笑对考试,做考试的主人

症状:恨不得砸了倒计时牌 考生小李学习成绩中等,但考前自我感觉越来越焦躁,特别反感学校门口的倒计时牌,“早上看到感觉心头发紧,晚上回家睡不好觉,我真想把这块刺眼的高考倒计时牌砸了!”随着考试临近,他心里更慌,“路过时简直不敢抬头!” 另一位安徽考生家境贫寒,成绩优秀,虽然性格有些内向,但老师反映尚不是“自闭”类型。五一节后孩子总是说自己失眠,记忆力...

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