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Teaching IBDP Economics as Informed by Assessment - Shared screen with speaker view
Jen Olmsted
23:07
What is the difference between teaching and learning??
Jen Olmsted
24:59
Great response Ian!
emilychristiansen
25:10
Teaching without learning happens more often than learning without teaching
Jen Olmsted
25:18
These are great student centered responses!
Jen Olmsted
25:40
I love the term “mentoring!”
Jen Olmsted
26:01
Firefighting! This is brilliant!
Jen Olmsted
26:11
I agree! Learning is two way!
Jen Olmsted
26:28
Applying knowledge is a great way to look at learning
Jen Olmsted
26:50
I learn all the time to Leanne!
Jen Olmsted
27:16
Facilitating is a great way to describe teaching
Jen Olmsted
27:43
Don’t forget to respond to “All panelists and attendees”
Jen Olmsted
27:55
Scaffolding is a great idea!
Gandhari Chand
27:58
Scaffolding... also putting yourself in the student's place
Vani C R
28:09
teaching can be a narrow minded perspective whereas learning is a broader concept...I prefer the term ' facilitating'
Ian K
28:16
Teaching’s purpose is to promote learning, while learning is the process of developing skills and knowledge.
Mridula
28:33
Teaching typically is the role of the teacher and learning typically is the role of the student, but both are interwoven and need to respond dynamically to each other, to be meaningful and effective.
Pooja Istwal
28:55
Teaching is facilitating students learning
Nusirat Salah
29:42
learning is continuous and it involves both the facilitator and the student assimilating ideas whilst teaching is a master student relationship
Courtney Librizzi
29:58
Here are some of the answers we’ve received:
Leanne Bruce
30:07
I agree that learning is continuous.
Courtney Librizzi
30:09
teaching is the process transferring knowledge or applying strategies to developing skills and learning is acquiring new knowledge or skills
Courtney Librizzi
30:24
teaching to reflect is less authentic than being reflective :).. learning is more reflective than teaching.
Pooja Istwal
30:33
Learning with acceptance and open mindedness
Leanne Bruce
30:33
Differentiation
Courtney Librizzi
30:46
learning is continuous and it involves both the facilitator and the student assimilating ideas whilst teaching is a master student relationship
Khushboo jagad
30:49
learning is to bring relatively change in a person's knowledge and behavior due to experience
Pushkar Singh
30:50
we should inspire the students to learn and that is teaching
Jen Olmsted
30:54
Differientation is so important - and the key between teaching and learning
Jen Olmsted
31:07
I love the idea of inspiration!
Courtney Librizzi
31:08
I find Im learning quite a lot while I teach. One difference is that teachers need to support students. You don’t need to know everything to teach. The main difference is the expectation. As teachers we are expected dot be experts (not true) and students are expected to learn form us. This is the old paradigm. Now with the internet and available resources students can get content without teachers. But they need support, encouragement and strategies on how to learn and help when they don’t understand something.
Leanne Bruce
31:11
Different students have different learning style and challenges and you need to try several different approaches. One size doesn’t fit all!.
Courtney Librizzi
31:32
Teaching = explaining concepts and their broader relevance for students to mentor the independent learning process; Learning = students applying the knowledge to understand and digest it!
Jen Olmsted
31:42
Great point Leanne! Differentation is so important!
Leanne Bruce
32:00
Adopt a growth mindset and try again. Focus on the gains made however small.
Gandhari Chand
32:01
Teaching = evolving and adapting to students' needs
Courtney Librizzi
32:06
Teaching is educating and transfering knowledge, while learning is exploring and absorbing knowledge. Learning to teaching
Jen Olmsted
32:10
Marina brings up a great point. Learning is about not being afraid to try!
Jen Olmsted
32:26
Great definition from Gandhi on teaching!
Leanne Bruce
33:05
Shafu finds what motivates the Panda!
Jen Olmsted
33:06
A great definition from Khushboo on learning!
Jen Olmsted
33:22
The key to panda!
Patrycja Pałys
33:29
Teaching is giving the students the fishing rod and allowing them to do the fishing (learning :))
Jen Olmsted
33:52
Patrycja! Love your analogy!
Gandhari Chand
38:09
I can't access it.. still trying
Gandhari Chand
46:07
Add the extreme time constraints to that challenge.
Leanne Bruce
46:43
Sorry ‘ve got to go. Got a 3 way conference on Zoom with parent and student.
Jen Olmsted
47:12
Can you share a time when you adjusted your teaching strategies in response to “no one paying attention?”
Lena Kacperska
47:48
Go through an example past paper question step by step to narrow down where they get lost
Jen Olmsted
48:09
Example past papers are a very powerful teaching and learning tool
Jen Olmsted
48:16
I love it!
Prittha Jain
48:20
I once got the students to put themselves in the roles of different stakeholders and make decisions in different situations.
Gandhari Chand
48:22
building a personal connect with a new student first, delivering lessons later.
ACER
48:23
linking to real life situations
Jen Olmsted
48:34
Real world examples are so important
Jen Olmsted
48:52
I love the idea of a role play with different stakeholders
Pooja Istwal
49:00
Concentrating on students involvement through their thoughts through discussions and debating on the topic.
emilychristiansen
49:05
Teaching scarcity, rather than go through my usual boring powerpoint I took out a juice box and said who wants it, 3 people did and we started a discussion on under what basis we should decide who got it. Great segue into a discussion of basic economic problem - and got them to use terminology to argue why each deserved the juice box!
Jen Olmsted
49:07
Personal contacts with students really help
Jen Olmsted
49:19
I love the juice box idea!
Jeetendra Kumar
49:28
ask students to present about same or similar topic and help them prepare
richachaturvedi
49:31
Giving examples and explaining while doing, experience and learn or do and learn
Gandhari Chand
49:41
juice box idea ❤❤
Jen Olmsted
49:44
Student presentations are a brilliant diea
Jen Olmsted
49:55
I LOVE simulations!
Jen Olmsted
50:10
Role-plays too!
richachaturvedi
50:18
Activity based learning
Jen Olmsted
50:33
Activity based learning is so powerful.
Jen Olmsted
50:39
Kids get really engaged
Vani C R
50:39
price mechanism and market forces taught thro' conducting food stalls in the school
Jen Olmsted
50:50
Love the idea of food stalls!
Nusirat Salah
51:11
I introduced a specialist in the field to change the class mood the following week
Jen Olmsted
51:25
Guest speakers are a brilliant idea
Gandhari Chand
51:51
Break-even: students set up a stall to sell something basic and calsulate break even qty., price and find margin of safety
Vani C R
52:10
Playing movies related to the economic concepts
Patrycja Pałys
52:43
The law of diminishing returns: I got a mini whiteboard and got 10+ students to draw a painting of a farm
Lena Kacperska
52:54
Using one imaginary business( ice cream truck) and always linking back what we’re doing to what would happen to the business
emilychristiansen
53:11
Love diminishing returns and the farm painting! Im stealing that one
Patrycja Pałys
53:36
Go for it Em!
Gandhari Chand
53:51
what do you do with the farm painting..?
Mridula
54:13
If I use examples relating to food or gadgets, they become a lot more attentive!
Patrycja Pałys
57:02
Gandhari: I gradually call out students to come up to the mini whiteboard and tell them what to draw (a house; a family; birds, sheep whatever..). The first 2-3 find that they have loads of space to draw whatever they need to draw, the rest starts coming in and bumping into each other; they then start understanding how little they can actually add to the “production process” of the painting as more of them join
Gandhari Chand
57:31
Oh wow..it's that simple! super cool
jan
59:04
Have another meeting in a few moments. Sorry that I have to leave, will continue with the recording. Thanks!
Gandhari Chand
01:01:46
That's is a wonderful Idea Ms Jen
emilychristiansen
01:09:01
I need to dash off and teach, thank you for the webinar I’ll be watching the end of the recording later!
Nusirat Salah
01:13:18
I have to facilitate students learning, bye I will watch the recording later
ruth.rios-morales
01:19:15
Many thanks Jen! It was very informative, helpful and pleasant webinar!
ACER
01:20:05
Thanks a lot .Enlightening sesssion
richachaturvedi
01:21:37
A session that is crisp but effective and helps in reinforcing ib philosophy
richachaturvedi
01:21:43
Thanks Jen
Paola Escapini
01:23:04
Thanks for the session
Gandhari Chand
01:26:00
amazing session
Gandhari Chand
01:26:02
thank you
Vani C R
01:26:14
Thank you for a wonderful and enlightening session!!
Patrycja Pałys
01:26:21
Thank you very much!