Sunday, April 6, 2014

HALINA'S LEARNING, TEACHING AND MUCH MORE....: Polish Easter Egg Traditions different techniques...

HALINA'S LEARNING, TEACHING AND MUCH MORE....: Polish Easter Egg Traditions different techniques...: Easter is major holiday in Poland, and Easter celebrations are not limited to Easter Sunday. Easter-related traditions take place for more...

Polish Easter Egg Traditions different techniques from different regions


Easter is major holiday in Poland, and Easter celebrations are not limited to Easter Sunday. Easter-related traditions take place for more than a week in Poland. From Palm Sunday to Wet Monday, this period is marked with religious rites and practices with their origins in pagan times. It is important to note that Easter in Poland is celebrated Western Roman Catholic calendar.

HALINA'S LEARNING, TEACHING AND MUCH MORE....: Mass Incarceration in the US

HALINA'S LEARNING, TEACHING AND MUCH MORE....: Mass Incarceration in the US

HALINA'S LEARNING, TEACHING AND MUCH MORE....: The 4 Components of a DIY Professional Development...

HALINA'S LEARNING, TEACHING AND MUCH MORE....: The 4 Components of a DIY Professional Development...: http://www.edutopia.org/blog/4-components-diy-pd-toolkit-dave-guymon  Education has always been a reflection of broader cultural values. ...

The 4 Components of a DIY Professional Development Toolkit

http://www.edutopia.org/blog/4-components-diy-pd-toolkit-dave-guymon

 Education has always been a reflection of broader cultural values. As such, the roles of teachers and students have evolved as our models of education have moved from one iteration to another. Teachers who once traveled to town to instruct a heterogeneous room full of passive learners on matters of rote memorization have come to adopt new roles and philosophies toward learning. As these new models have emerged, educators have been required to hone their skills and adapt to ever changing sets of priorities, needs and expectations.
Where such trainings were once the sole responsibility of state and district organizations, many teachers are now seeing the value of venturing out to amalgamate their own professional learning experiences. While no two paths are the same, there are four components of effective do-it-yourself (DIY) professional development that all educational professionals should consider.