Starter Sheets. The Starter Sheets are resources for the classroom teacher.
The intention of each sheet is to introduce a tool, technology or activity that could be easily adapted for use in the classroom. Each sheet is created to a template design and should have the following features:must be two pagesmust have pictures that illustrate process and outcomesprocess must be straight forwardmust be simple to read and understandmust have clear benefits for the teacher in the classroom, the exemplar should be easy to adapt to a variety of classroom settingsmust have an alternative - web based or applicationmust be linked to Bloom's Digital Taxonomy and Sensory learning styles using VARK Title: Formative assessment using Crocodoc Link: Tool or technology: This starter sheets is looking at the online service Crocodoc which allows the users to upload, share and annotate document. Curriculum area: All Title: Reflection cycle using blog posts Link: starter Tool or technology: Curriculum area: All example from mathematics.
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5 Ways Twitter Strengthens A School’s Learning Community. Cross-posted at eFACE Today This year, our K-6 staff began learning in a new virtual way using Twitter.
After a couple staff in-service trainings and after school workshops, parents and teachers ventured into this new educational Twitterverse. As we enter the final week of school, I’d like to share it’s initial impact on teaching and learning from my principal’s lens. Our staff’s “learning by Twitter” has occurred in multiple formats this school year: From each otherFrom classroom to classroomFrom our school parentsFrom their developing Personal Learning Networks (PLNs)From local & national conferencesFrom our district hashtag (#nped)From weekly education chats like #ptchat, #5thchat, #edchat #ntchat & others Below are five examples of collaborative and transparent learning compliments of @KnappElementary staff and parents.
Front lobby display of TweetsSPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS / CONFERENCES - International Speaker on Bullying & Teen Suicide John Halligan Spoke earlier this year at NPSD. The 35 Best Web 2.0 Classroom Tools Chosen By You. 100 Web 2.0 Tools Every Teacher Should Know About 44.24K Views 0 Likes We're always trying to figure out the best tools for teachers, trends in the education technology industry, and generally doing our darnedest to bring you new and exciting ways to enhance the classroom. But I wanted t... 20 Free and Fun Ways To Curate Web Content 23.98K Views 0 Likes What's the best way to organize it all into at least some reasonable manner?
It’s Time To Crowdsource Your School’s Social Media Policy 12.53K Views 0 Likes Every school has a different policy when it comes to social media. EDU. Home – Google in Education. Interactive Learning Sites for Education - Home.