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I am a teacher of English in Primary Education at Josep Maria Jujol School, in Barcelona.

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Free English Lessons. We Grow Teachers. About Us - kindpng. Study&Practise ENGLISH. CLIL. HWK. One, two, three, in English please!: Food. For English (ESL/EFL) Teachers. Englishsafalleida. Oh-Oh-Oh, Volcano, Oh- Volcano, Don't erupt right now!


Oh-Oh-Oh, Volcano, Oh-Volcano, Don't Ka-boom Ka-pow! Magma, magmaReady to blow,Magma, magmaOut the vent hole! Lava, lava,Flowing right down,Lava, lava,Let's get outta' town... Gas, and Ash, and molten lava,From volcanoes fly,Eruptions send all types of things,Up into the sky! (repeat) (RAP Section) Mt.

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Games. Resources. Printables. RESPONSIVE CLASSROOM. TAC. Arts&Crafts. Google for Educators: The Best Features for Busy Teachers. Google Search Google Search is at the heart of it all.

Google for Educators: The Best Features for Busy Teachers

It’s where many of us go multiple times a day to locate information. Google provides excellent resources for teachers and students to become effective searchers and build essential digital literacy skills for finding quality, credible resources on the web. Here you can find lesson plans, an online course to become a Power Searcher, and challenges such as A Google a Day. In my opinion, it all starts here for our students -- helping them to become digitally aware of the information that they're intaking is of utmost importance. Google CS First This is a big favorite of mine among Google's offerings for teachers and students! Google Keep Keep is definitely one of my "use it every day" apps. Google Drive Google Drive is particularly handy for teachers when revising students' work and providing feedback. Google Sites Google Sites is your place to create a digital classroom on the web. The Teacher’s Guide to Using YouTube in the Classroom.

YouTube is one of the most popular websites on the planet and a vast resource for educational content.

The Teacher’s Guide to Using YouTube in the Classroom

The site is home to over 10 million videos tagged as educational, many of them submitted by your fellow teachers. A completely free resource this huge and varied has nearly endless potential for the classroom. Here are some ideas and suggestions to get you started. Ways to Use YouTube in the Classroom 1. Many lessons can be enhanced with the right video. Showing videos in the classroom doesn’t have to mean much work for you. 2. Some people learn better by watching than reading, so providing video alternatives to the reading homework you assign could really pay off for some students. Pricing. Ateneu - Materials i recursos per a la formació - Departament d'Ensenyament - Programar és prendre decisions Recull de materials que faciliten el debat pedagògic dels equips docents de l'escola per a la millora dels aprenentatges dels seus alumnes Per a què serveix la programació?

Ateneu - Materials i recursos per a la formació - Departament d'Ensenyament -

La programació d'una escola és el conjunt de decisions que prenen els equips docents per aconseguir uns objectius. Aquestes decisions afecten els diferents elements que intervenen en el procés d’ensenyament-aprenentatge. Per a prendre-les s'han de tenir en compte les necessitats dels alumnes, la millora dels seus aprenentatges, el marc normatiu vigent, el projecte educatiu de centre, el context on s’apliquen i els recursos disponibles. La programació és fruit de la reflexió pedagògica dels equips docents i respon bàsicament a 4 preguntes que fan referència als alumnes: Uso de Recursos Educativos Abiertos para AICLE. Khan Academy. OER Commons. A Collaborative Learning Community.: RCampus Open Tools for Open Minds.

European Schoolnet Academy. College Level One - Collaborative Learning Page, Introduction. Global SchoolNet: Home. PIZZAZ, Creative Writing & Storytelling, Opp-Beckman. Teaching Your Students How to Have a Conversation. I was recently in a third grade classroom and was struck by the presence of rules that were posted for how to have a conversation.

Teaching Your Students How to Have a Conversation

The poster said, "Each person must contribute to the discussion but take turns talking. Ask each other, 'Would you like to add to my idea? ' or 'Can you tell us what you are thinking? ' Ask questions so that you understand each other's ideas. Say, 'Can you tell me more about that? ' Having visited many middle and high schools, I think these same rules could -- and probably should -- be posted there as well. Maybe you have also observed how common it is nowadays for students to not know how to have a conversation. 8 Tips for Speaking and Listening While it is impossible to know all of the reasons, there is no doubt that learning to listen and talk is an extremely important way to broaden knowledge, enhance understanding and build community. 1.

"Really? "" If these students don't or won't share easily at first, don't give up. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Education and learning. About teaching. Assessment and Rubrics. Ages 6-11 Homepage Main Sections. PBS LearningMedia. Books, Stories, Writing Contests and Publishing for Kids. Organize Your Classroom on Pinterest. Classroom mangagement + first days of school. Primary School Websites. Ultimate List for Homeschool Rabbit Trails {Completely Free Reso.

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