Punctuation Posters You Should Not Miss When people speak face to face, they use several non verbal cues to convey meanings ( e.g. grimaces, frowning, smiling,..etc ). These facial expressions and other body language signals are very important elements in any communicative situation. Imagine talking to someone face to face without him/her giving you any visual cues, it would make you feel very uncomfortable .
Whether you have problems with your time management in class or you just want to focus students attention on the importance of time while working on tasks, the timers below will be of great help to you. They are all web based and do not require any software installation. They are also very easy to use and have user friendly interfaces. Check out the list below and if you have other suggestions , share them with us in the comment form below. 1- Online Stopwatch This is a flash enhanced web tool that provides you with both a stopwatch and a count down . Useful Timer Tools for Teachers
A Simple Way for Teachers to Transform Files to iPad While I was wading through my tweets today, I came across this awesome video from Life Hacker that explains in a very clear and simple way how users can easily transform their files to iPhone or iPad. The topic of this video clicks in with what I post here about the educational uses of iPad and adds in to the list of tips teachers need to know about to leverage the power of this device to their classrooms. Let me quote for you the main points Life Hacker talked about in the video below. Connect your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to iTunes. (You can let it sync if you want, but this isn't necessary.)Click on your device in the list on the left side of iTunes.
The Wordle of this list! (Click image to enlarge) One of the most popular posts on Edudemic in 2010 was The 35 Best Web 2.0 Classroom Tools Chosen By You and I felt it might be time for an update to that list for 2011. In order to put together a list of the best Web 2.0 classroom tools, I polled my Twitter followers, Facebook fans (are they still called fans? Likes?)
Digital Tools Last month, 16 teachers from across the country got together at Google’s Seattle office for the YouTube Teachers Studio — a sort of bootcamp to learn how to best use YouTube in the classroom. Jon Corippo, a Google Certified Teacher and Apple Distinguished Educator, was among the group, and came back with ideas about what YouTube was great for. INSPIRATION. Videos are, in effect, changing education and learning. Five Reasons Why YouTube Rocks the Classroom
We’ve been asked to provide data about the Edublog Awards since it was started in 2004. So we’ve decided to share a walk through of the history of the Edublog Awards because it highlights: How educational technology use has changed.Why the nomination, short listing and voting have changed. Why the Edublog Awards? The Edublog Awards was set up in response to community concerns relating to how schools, districts and educational institutions were blocking access of learner and teacher sites for educational purposes.
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Does A College Degree Actually Help In A Recession? 3.09K Views 0 Likes Your parents always encouraged you to do well in school, so that you could go to a good college. Once there, they would encourage you to study hard so that you could get a good job. Or at least that was what was supposed to happen.
Creating a presentation that keeps a captive audience engaged is tough. Creating a presentation that keeps distracted students engaged is a much harder task again. Whether your are demonstrating to a class or presenting at a conference, keeping an audience focused on your content is more challenging than it used to be. Children and adult audience members alike, now have glowing distractions in their pockets and are expecting the instant gratification that comes from the Internet generation.