Wednesday, December 30, 2015

The Most-Read Blog Posts of 2015 : semester #1



Looking back at 2015 I've come up with a roundup of what's been most-read on my blog G-Souto's Blog

Below you’ll see the top posts along the first semester 2015 containing several themes: edtech, languages, 
arts, science, history, environment, literature, e-safety, sports, dance, children's rights among other.

The selection is based on page views but also based on pedagogical relevance of the most-read posts.

I kept the order of the most viewed, but eliminated the posts that seemed less relevant. The main reason is that sometimes certain posts acquire too much visibility, not for their value but for the keywords that the search engines "like" indexing.





Je suis ravie de partager avec vous le Top des posts les plus lus du 1er semestre 2015. Vous êtes de plus en plus nombreux à me suivre au quotidien. Je me rends compte que les étudiants aussi me visitent.

Je vous remercie, chers enseignants, chers lecteurs, de votre intérêt et m’efforce d’être toujours au plus proche des événements concernant des idées pédagogiques pour vous présenter les dernières ressources éducatives , numériques et pas numériqueses. Le numérique prend de plus en plus la place. Les technologies donnent aux jeunes et à leurs professeurs des possibilités que les générations précédentes ne pouvaient pas avoir au même âge.



Des ressources aux grandes thématiques historiques, linguistiques, culturelles et sociales, des ressources en ligne, et de nombreuses observations personnelles sur la pédagogie et la pratique éducative de façon à faciliter à tous des chances de réussite.

Here are the 1st semester's most-read Blog posts of 2015 :

Le Top des posts du 1er semestre 2015 :


School Curricula: Valentine's Day 

Education : International Year of Light 2015 

Schools: Gerardus Mercator the carthographer of world atlas 

Schools : Alessandro Volta 270th anniversary 

Intl Children's Book Day in School

Escolas : Leituras em Língua Portuguesa, Manuel A. Pina 

Talking about Freedom of Expression in school 

Et voilà le Bac: on bachotte?

Education: Solar Eclipse, Supermoon, Spring equinox?

Teaching the Holocaust : digital resources 

Education: Let's celebrate Poetry Day 

Applis éducation: on visite la Tour Eiffel? 

Intl Day of Sport for Development & Peace 

Éducation: Rimbaud pour les ados ? 

Education: Anna Atkins, botannist and the 1st woman photographer 

Schools: Explore Google Street Art

On parle Angoulême 2015? 

Apps in Education. Depth a game to explore the oceans 

Education: It's Earth Day 2015 

Education: Bartolomeo Cristofori, the piano inventor 

Children's rights & social justice? Let's end child labour & slavery!

Apprendre les langues: et voilà Larousse & Petit Robert 2016 

Education: Asteroid to Fly By Earth Safely

Education: It's Earth Day 2015 

Intl Missing Children's Day: The Captive, explore the film 

Schools: Safer Internet Day 2015 

La Fête du Muguet au collège?

Education: Don't miss Venus & Jupiter tonight!

Games in school: Treme-treme, learning about seismic risk 

Nepal: talking science & solidarity in schools 

Parlons d'enfants victimes d'exclusion sociale

Artes & Educação: Visitas de Estudo 

Music at school: app for students with visual disabilities  

Intl Mother Language Day: Languages matter!




Circling Birdies by Cheko, Granada Spain
My crush of the #1st semester? Schools: Explore Google Street ArtAbsolutely! 
Google Street Art added 5,000 images of street art in June 2014, and last March 17, 2015 has announced that it will doubling the number of street artworks available in high resolution to over 10.000, working in tandem with 86 art organizations from 34 countries.

Hoping to have inspired you in your lessons all over the year.

May 2016 be a successful year for all those educators who love teach. Preparing learners for the future should therefore be a prime function of all us.

G-Souto

30.12.2015
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