Pedro De Bruyckere

Arteveldehogeschool, Belgium

Session

Amsterdam

Basic Ingredients for Great Teaching

A lot works in education, but nothing works all of the time. In this session you’ll learn some basic ingredients for great teaching. But just like when you use salt and pepper in the kitchen, too much or too little can make a huge difference when working on feedback, metacognition, etc… Based on the new book with the same title.

Haninge

Basic Ingredients for Great Teaching

A lot works in education, but nothing works all of the time. In this session you’ll learn some basic ingredients for great teaching. But just like when you use salt and pepper in the kitchen, too much or too little can make a huge difference when working on feedback, metacognition, etc… Based on the new book with the same title.

Bio

Pedro De Bruyckere holds a position as educational scientist at Arteveldehogeschool in Ghent, Belgium, since 2001. He is the co-author of several books on youth and education in Dutch and is an often asked international public speaker on education. One of his strongest points is that he is funny when explaining serious stuff. In 2015 Pedro co-wrote the popular book “Urban Myths about Learning and Education” with Paul Kirschner and Casper Hulshof. He is also an avid blogger on new research in education, do check www.theeconomyofmeaning.com.

Twitter: @thebandb

Website: https://theeconomyofmeaning.com

Archive

New York 2017

Urban myths about technology and learning

Technology is hot and important in education, but as with everything in education it’s sometimes very difficult to see the difference between promising and stuff you better should leave in the box. In an update to the chapters on technology in the popular book Urban Myths about Learning and Education, Pedro De Bruyckere will look beyond the hypes not to scrap all technology in education, but to help to look where some possibilities could be found.

2017 National Conference

Urban myths about technology and learning

Technology is hot and important in education, but as with everything in education it’s sometimes very difficult to see the difference between promising and stuff you better should leave in the box. In an update to the chapters on technology in the popular book Urban Myths about Learning and Education, Pedro De Bruyckere will look beyond the hypes not to scrap all technology in education, but to help to look where some possibilities could be found.

Scandinavia 2017

Some basic ingredients for an effective education
There are no recipes in education; still there are basic ingredients that teachers can use while preparing and teaching their classes. Some classes will maybe need some more pepper, others will need a bit less salt. In this session you’ll learn some of these basic ingredients and when and how to use them. Or in short: Basic, practicable principles for the acquisition of new knowledge & skills

Leads Network Day, Haninge 2017

Some basic ingredients for education

There are no recipes in education, still there are basic ingredients that teachers can use while preparing and teaching their classes. Some classes will maybe need some more pepper, others will need a bit less salt. In this session you’ll learn some of these basic ingredients and when and how to use them. Or in short: basic, practicable principles for the acquisition of new knowledge & skills

Downloads

Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/thebandb/7-ingredients-for-learning-new-stuff-researched-haninge-redhan

Washington DC 2016

Urban Myths about Learning and Education

Many things people commonly believe to be true about education are not supported by scientific evidence. In our book Urban Myths about Learning and Education we examined commonly held incorrect beliefs and then provide what research has shown. Often reality is much more complex therefor we use 3 labels: myth, nuanced or unproven. In my talk I will discuss several of these popular ideas and as Paul, Casper and I are working on a second edition, maybe I’ll throw in some new myths we are examining…

National Conference 2016

Some basic ingredients for an effective education

There are no recipes in education; still there are basic ingredients that teachers can use while preparing and teaching their classes. Some classes will maybe need some more pepper, others will need a bit less salt.

In this session you’ll learn some of these basic ingredients and when and how to use them. Or in short: Basic, practical principles for the acquisition of new knowledge & skills

Video: 135291161.secure.m3u8