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Rubrics: Univ. Wisconsin- Stout. Tools and Ideas for Creating Your Rubrics Many of these rubrics grew out of a long-term commitment to building alternative assessments in our Elearning and Online Teaching, Instructional Design, and Math Specialist online courses.
Our Top Five Rubrics Quick Links to Rubrics Presentation Rubrics Podcast Rubric Ann Bell's rubric helps students assess what makes a good podcast. PowerPoint Rubric 10 performance categories Oral Presentation Rubric (Word doc) VoiceThread Participation Rubric (pdf) Michelle Pacansky-Brock's general formative assessment is used when students view a mini video lecture/presentation. Oral Presentation Checklist 4Teachers.org provides an online tool to customize the checklist for your grade level Oral Presentation Midlink Magazine's assessment of 6 performance areas (middle school) Helping you prepare a diverse, skilled, and innovative STEM workforce.
Royalty-Free Images. Digital Books. True Crime Playlist. ELL Resources. MLA 8 Templates. Introduction The 8th edition of the MLA Handbook published in the summer of 2016 took a brilliant conceptual leap by advancing a set of citation principles that flexibly handle any new media or format.
A generic template can be used with any source, and special formatting based on source type (e.g., use “p.” for one type of source, but leave it out for another) has been eliminated. However, this new simplicity comes with new challenges. Application of MLA’s template takes practice and some creativity. And identifying what to include in each field in the template requires an understanding of the source and its unique qualities.
TED-Ed Book Recommendations – TED-Ed Shop. Hi, we’re the TED-Ed team -- the scrappy group of eight educators and animators who produce over 140 free, high-quality, educational animations for you every year.
We’d really like to start recommending free books to you, too. Here's why... We spend months researching the topic of every TED-Ed episode, and in the process we almost always discover books that explore the video's subject matter to a level of depth that only books can achieve. It’s a joyful experience — digging deep into a topic and understanding the world a little better as a result. We want you to discover those books and have that experience, too. That’s why we’re excited to announce that with support from Audible, we’ll now begin independently recommending books at the end of TED-Ed episodes on a rolling basis. You can find the books we’ll recommend at your local library, and you can also start a free trial on Audible using this link — audible.com/teded -- and download one audio book for free.
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In the early twentieth century, women painted luminous and lethal radium on clock faces for military use, companies marketed radium-laced products to consumers, and doctors celebrated radium as a medical wonder. Today, primary sources about radium can prompt students to ask questions that can drive inquiry in science and social studies classes. Launch a lesson about asking discipline-specific questions by using the Library’s Primary Source Analysis Tool to support students in observing, reflecting on, and asking questions about a Radior advertisement from 1918.
The ad promoted beauty and health benefits of personal care products that contained radium. Examining it, my high school chemistry students wondered: Library of Congress Teacher Resources. The Library of Congress offers classroom materials and professional development to help teachers effectively use primary sources from the Library's vast digital collections in their teaching.
Find Library of Congress lesson plans and more that meet Common Core standards, state content standards, and the standards of national organizations. Discover and discuss ways to bring the power of Library of Congress primary sources into the classroom. Go to the blog Subscribe to the blog via e-mail or RSS. Using Primary Sources Discover quick and easy ways to begin using primary sources in your classroom, with teachers' guides, information on citing sources and copyright, and the Library's primary source analysis tool. TPS Partners The Teaching with Primary Sources Program builds partnerships with educational organizations to support effective instruction using primary sources. The Teaching with Primary Sources Journal.
TED-Ed Innovative Educators. Category: TED-Ed Innovative Educators Meet the fourth cohort of TED-Ed Innovative Educators!
What could education look like if every innovative voice from the classroom to the superintendent boardroom was shared and amplified globally? The fourth cohort of TED-ED Innovative Educators and the TED-Ed Team are embarking on a mission to find [...] One way to teach empathy through STEM Anthony Johnson is a fifth-grade science and social studies teacher at Isenberg Elementary School in Salisbury, North Carolina. 4 ways to cultivate empathy in the classroom In our fast-paced, digital world, it can often feel like our students are more disconnected from one another than ever before. Bring TED-Ed Student Talks to Your School. Lessons Worth Sharing.