Reading eyes

19 02 2012

When I started reading psychology first line of my book said Human is most multifaceted animal with complex brain.
I believe, its dam difficult to predict someone or know what in that’s persons mind.
The six different eye patterns listed below are the average person’s natural habits. Statistically speaking, most people’s eye patterns match the patterns above.

To the right– When a person’s eyes look to the right, they are constructing an auditory thought. (your left)

Try this1: Tell someone to think of the noise of thunder and watch their eyes. They will move to the right as they attempt to listen to the noise of thunder in their mind.

Try this 2: think of the sound of mobile bell.

 

Up and to the left– This indicates a visually remembered image. (your right)

Try this1:: Ask someone to remember the color of their house, and watch as their eyes quickly move up and to the left. In their mind, they are visually remembering the color of their house.

Try this 2: What did you wear yesterday?

Up and to the right– This eye movement indicates a visually constructed image. (your left)

Try this1: If you ask someone to picture a sailboat sailing on the ocean, this will be the direction their eyes will move.

Try this 2: Picture a giant ice cream with a scoop of every single flavor.

·   To the left– Looking to the left is an indication of an auditory memory. (your right)

Try this1:: Ask someone to listen to their favorite song in their mind, and they will look in this direction.

Try this 2: Remember the sound of your best friends voice.

·    Down and to the right– Typically this is an indication of someone creating a feeling or sensory impression. Their eyes will move this way when they are trying to recall a taste, smell, or feeling. (your right)

Try this1: For example, ask someone to remember their last meal, and watch as their eyes move down and to the left.

Try this 2: How does it feel when you walk barefoot on mud?

·       Down and to the left– This is the direction someone’s eyes will move while they “talk to themselves” (your left)

Put simply…

Looking to their right or up and to their right:

–>Using their imagination – watch out for exaggeration of the truth or for complete lies.

– Looking down and to their right, or to their left, or up and to their left:

–>Using their memory – they are being honest and truthful.

Looking down and to their left:

–>Deep in thought.

IMPORTANT NOTE: use it to potentially confirm meanings you have deducted from several other physical cues – not as a main reference to judge what someone is thinking.

Well now you too can detect a lie? Typically, if you ask someone a question and they glance to the right (your left) they are creating something, or in other words lying. But as first line said human is very complex animal so don’t punch on eyes without knowing complete fact.

Regards,

K.k





Divine Creations – taken for granted

10 02 2012

Well it has been few days when I felt like writing about this topic but could not manage to get words. May be I fall short of it. It made me put made me put my hands on keyboard when I saw a girl of 24-25 fighting with mom over phone explaining her that she gets bored to come home after office and wants to be out with friends. Well! Nothing wrong. Yet, another incidence was where my 14-15 years student badmouthed about mother declared her to ruin his life.

I feel one person we surely take for granted is our mom. May be because we know she is there and always there. From the time we dint exist to our day of conception.

She nurture, she played, she fed, bathed, and taught how to tie their shoes and ride a bike and do homework and brush teeth. Nights when she was up looking at our needs, the days she sacrificed her big things for our small silly wants. Well it never ended.

She smiled and was proud even when we came from school and argued “you don’t know anything.” She felt happy you knew more. She was one praying all time when you wrote exam or were riding bike.  Demanded everything for you before her. She was one who made you feel like winner even when you  lost. She made you dream big. She was one holding you when your friends ditched you after all your loyalty, and loved one left breaking your heart.

Ya, I do know there are lot many argument on this which I will get from my readers.

“ My mom never understood me….she always made me feel I am a looser….she does not trust…”

Hummm, and lot …but guys remember you are what she made you. Her shouting , nagging made you fear and toil for being better. She is also a human being and can make mistakes. But can’t we give her few let go’s? When she has been letting go for ages. Can’t we hold her and show new world, when she was one who brought us to this world.

I read somewhere:

 Your Mother lives inside your laughter. And she’s crystallized in every tear drop.

 





Sites for lesson plan, activity and resources

1 02 2012

Well, I hope its useful for all my teacher friends.

• 4Kids.org
A website to help kids find fun (and educational) stuff on the internet.
• Annenberg Learner
Provides educational video programs with coordinated Web and print materials for the professional development of K-12 teachers. Search teacher resources by discipline and grade level.
• Awesome Library
High quality web resources organized by subject area.
• CEC Lesson Plans
Lesson plans from Columbia Education Center.
• EduHound
Presents collections of topic-based online education resources.
• FREE – Federal Resources for Educational Excellence
Provides access to hundreds of education resources available on the Internet from more than 30 Federal agencies.
• Gayle’s Preschool Rainbow – Activity Central
An extensive collection of early childhood lesson plans and activities arranged by themes.
• GEM – Gateway to Educational Materials
A project of the ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology to provide an indexed collection of thousands of lesson plans from Pre-K to post-secondary education.
• K-12 Lessons, Sources & the Internet (by Gina Otto)
Extensive and updated site.
• KidsClick!
Web search for kids by librarians.
• New York Times Learning Network
Provides a variety of Web-based lesson plans and offers instructional activities specifically related to current news topics. For grades 3-12.
• Smithsonian Education
Learning Resources website designed for educators, with lesson plans, links to field trips and a resource bank.
• Teacher’s Domain
Teachers’ Domain is a free digital media service for educational use from public broadcasting and its partners. Has lessons and resources for Arts, English Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies.
• TeAchnology
TeAchnology provides free and easy to use resources for K-12 teachers. Features 46,000+ lesson plans, 9,600 free printable worksheets, rubrics, teaching tips, worksheet makers, web quests, math worksheets, and thousands of other great teacher resources.
• Virtual Middle School Library
Resources for teachers and parents in various subjects from Art to Social Studies.
• WebQuests Portal
Original site of WebQuests from San Diego State University.
Search the QuestGarden site for member-comtributed WebQuests that you may use. “How-to” videos are found under Useful Resources.
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The Arts and Physical Education
• ArtsConnectEd
A variety of free online arts resources from the Minneapolis Institute of Art and the Walker Art Center. View prepared thematic art sets or create your own with the Art Collector tool.
• ArtsEdge
From the Kennedy Center. Includes lessons and activities to support the arts across the curriculum.
• Children’s Music Web
The Resources for Teachers section contains brief articles on how any teacher can use music with children.
• J. Paul Getty Museum – Education Page
Lesson plans, kids’ pages, and other teacher resources from the Getty.
• K-6 Arts Lesson Plans
Contains lesson plans for activities in dance, drama, music and visual arts. From California State University, Chico.
• K-12 Resources for Music Educators
Extensive, up-to-date site with links in all areas and educational levels.
• PE Central
Includes lesson ideas in health, physical education and dance from preK – 12.
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Humanities/Social Studies
• Ben’s Guide to U.S. Government for Kids
Information and activities relating to U.S. government on pages targeted to different grade levels. Also includes a section for parents and teachers.
• EDSITEment
Lesson plans and more from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
• Social Studies Resources
Classroom resources and standards from the National Council for Social Studies.
• The Learning Page – American Memory
Provides primary source and archival materials of American history and culture, as well as lesson plans for incorporating the materials. A project of the Library of Congress.
• Food History Lesson Plans
Use in conjunction with the fascinating Food Timeline web site.
• Foreign Language Lesson Plans and Resources
Mostly Spanish and French.
• Foreign Language Links for K-12 Teachers
From Internet4Classrooms.
• Teaching Tolerance
A project of the Southern Poverty Law Center. Teaching Tolerance “is dedicated to reducing prejudice, improving intergroup relations and supporting equitable school experiences for our nation’s children.”
• ADL Curriculum Connections
Anti-bias lesson plans and resources for K-12 educators from the Anti-Defamation League.
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Language Arts
• ReadWriteThink
Lesson plans, standards and other resources from a site jointly sponsored by the International Reading Association and the National Council of Teachers of English.
• Kids Like Us
Kids Like Us is a non-profit organization dedicated to the literacy learning of children in city schools. Includes recommended children’s books that reflect the lives and experiences of urban children.
• Keen Readers
Aims to support parents and mentors in engaging reluctant readers.
• Reading is Fundamental (RIF)
The children’s literacy organization offers suggested reading lists by age, activities to encourage reading, and parental and community involvement suggestions.
• Dr. Alice Christie’s Reading and Language Arts Online Resources
Lots of information, from theory to lesson plans, as well as good links.
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Mathematics
• The Math Forum@Drexel
Links to sites/information on key issues in mathematics, mathematics education, and mathematics resources for K-12+.
• Mathwire
Free standards-based math activities for K-12 classrooms.
• NCTM Illuminations
Provide Standards-based resources that improve the teaching and learning of mathematics for all students.
• NCTM Resources
Teacher resources from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Includes lessons and practice problems by topic and grade level.
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Science
• Access Excellence
A national education program targeting health, biology and life science teachers that fosters online collaboration, activities, and information retrieval.
• ASPCA Education
Includes lesson plans about animals and pet ownership.
• BioEd Online
Biology teacher resources and lesson plans.
• The ChemCollective
A collection of virtual labs, learning activities, and concepts tests which can be used as pre-labs, alternatives to textbook homework, and in-class activities for individuals or teams. For college and high school teachers who are interested in using, assessing, and/or creating engaging online activities for chemistry education.
• Cool Science
Provides classroom activities and many other science resources for students and educators. From the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
• EElink – Environmental Education on the Internet
The Classroom Resources sections has activities and lesson plans. A project of the North American Association for Environmental Education.
• The Franklin Institute – Resources for Science Learning
The Learners section has science lessons, and the Educators sections has professional development resources.
• LearningScience.Org
A gateway to online “learning tools” for teachers and students, based on the National Science Education Standards.
• Middle School Chemistry
A free downloadable 6-chapter curriculum with guided inquiry-based lesson plans for grades 6-8 from the American Chemical Society.
• NASA Homepage
A wealth of information about science and technology, with sections for Educators and Students. Includes links to satellite photos, radar images, maps, games, lesson plans and more.
• NOAA Education Resources
Activities related to Oceans, Marine Life, Climate and Weather from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
• Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students K-12
An annotated list of titles selected by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA).
• Science and Health Education K-12
Resources and activities from the National Library of Medicine.
• Science for Kids (grades 2-6)
Web site from the American Chemical Society. Includes activities, articles, puzzles and games.
• USGS Education
Exploration and learning in Biology, Geology, Hydrology, and Geography from the United States Geological Survey.
Includes lessons, data, maps and more for K-12 teachers.
• WebElements Periodic Table
An enhanced periodic table with extensive background information on each element.
• The Why Files: The Science Behind the News
An online science magazine which aims to make science accessible and understandable in the context of current events. Some articles have a teacher’s activities page.





Trick to channelize energy in class

1 02 2012

I came across news headlines ‘Indian kids need proper channelising’-Times of India. This immediately connected me with a staffroom. Link between staffroom and this was, teaches between two class or in brakes come shouting inside and pass statement on kids. 90% of them are complains and 10% is praising.
Just recall you must have heard this in any school for sure:
‘XYZ keeps on talking even after number of warnings’
‘Xyz is restless, distracted’
‘This class is most horrible to control’
‘he/she is talented but on wrong tracks’…………and so on.
Yes , channelizing is absolute right word for it. When the student’s needs are met, they are engaged in their learning. When students are disinterested, they become bored and sometimes resort to disruptive behavior. Channelizing is just carting to each and every child need by engaging them in task way they would love to do it using their talent.
In such case multiple intelligence theory makes a dynamic constructive change. Tailoring classroom activities to individual students’ needs, interests, and strengths makes sense. It does at a thought demand lot of involvement from teacher but I can land some tricks on it.

I. Make classroom jobs:
1. Cleanliness administrator – makes sure the class always has a supply of sharpened pencils.
2. Board Monitor – Class board has to be cleaned, with date and day, thought for day.
3. Dress code monitor- Will go around class and inspect all pupils for dress code from hair to socks and shoes.
4. Class décor in charge- Has to put all chart and display work effectively.
5. Attendance Person – takes the attendance in class.
6. Homework Monitor – tells students who were absent what homework they missed
7. Work supervisor- This child has to inspect all other kids for quality of work and report teacher.
8. Travel detail keeper: These kids are responsible to make a list of class students if they travel buy school bus, which number or go walking
9. Classroom rule makers: make class rules
10. Artist of class: Making art corner in class by putting up given art work in artistic way.
11. Lunch supervisor
12. Subject manager
13. Teachers assistant
14. Mentors
15. New reporters
16. Researcher
Reward kids with stars, certificates etc at month end. See if job rotation is required.
II. Teaching with different senses:
Same topic in class will be understood and developed in different way by different kids.
If you r teaching for example qualities of Entrepreneur – One kid would love watching success documentary to get involve in topic , some other would love reading biography or online material, or may be by making painting of famous entrepreneur , may be doing a small campus enterprise job.
You just need to give them chance and put their energy to use. The love it, so they will do it. On other hand they will have no space for becoming a problem child for you.
Child is never a problem; Problem is we don’t give them a fair chance.