A NEW Fun and Easy Way to Create Videos in the Classroom! – Kleinspiration. I’ve spent a good part of my time in the classroom before Spring Break making videos with my students using MySimpleShow, a new way to creatively craft content into brief, engaging videos.
I must admit… now that I’m on Spring Break, much of my time has still been devoted to putting together videos sharing parts of our vacation and watching my own children’s videos. Once you start, you’ll see how quick and easy it is to do. Oh… I almost forgot one of the best parts. 10 Chrome-ifying Tips and Tricks - TechNotes Blog - TCEA. Learn how to power up your Chrome browser usage with these tips and tricks that require no extensions or add-ons, just plain Chrome goodness!
Are you an avid user of the Google Chrome browser? Did you know that Chrome is full of shortcuts and hidden functions that can save you time? I’ve compiled my favorite tips and tricks that will help you work faster and do more with your favorite web browser. All you have to do is carve out a few minutes and learn how to take advantage of them. Save Web Pages as PDFs Click on image to download infographic. Google Chrome has a built-in PDF writer. Make Favicons Your Bookmarks In Chrome, there is another way to get quick access to your favorite websites by creating a favicon of the website instead of whole URL text. Pin Tabs In Chrome, there is an option to pin a tab that can minimize the tab to display only the icon. Open Recently-Closed Tabs You can open any recent tab that has been closed by mistake.
Go into Incognito Mode (Secret Mode) Bookmark All Tabs. An Excellent Google Docs Add-on to Search and Insert Free Images in Your Documents. March 3, 2017 The popular Pixabay has a cool Google Doc add-on that allows you to search for and insert free images right in your documents.
The process is very simple: after you install the add-on in your Google Docs, Open Pixabay Free Images, type in your query and select from the search results images you want to add. Click on the image to insert it in your document. With this add-on , you will be able to easily access a treasure trove of high quality images that you can use in your Google Docs without having to worry about copyright. ‘Pixabay images are released under Creative Commons CC0 into the public domain. You can use and modify these images even for commercial purposes, all without asking for permission or giving credits to the artist. Enseignants – Mots clés "Fiches pédagogiques" – Bayard jeunesse. Fiche d'exploitation pédagogique Pour mieux accompagner vos élèves dans la lecture de nos romans et pour entretenir le plaisir de lire!
Fiche d'exploitation pédagogique, THÉO APPRENTI DÉTECTIVE Télécharger le PDF de la fiche en cliquant ici. Fiche d'exploitation pédagogique, L'ODYSSÉE DE SIRIUS Télécharger... Plus → Create your own explainer video in minutes. An Excellent Web Tool for Recording Educational Video Tutorials. April 6, 2017 Loom is an excellent web tool for creating quick video tutorials to share with your students or colleagues.
The tool is very simple and easy to use, and most importantly, it is integrated with several services including Gmail, Google Docs, Dropbox, Trello, Asana and many more. This means that any video you record can be watched directly where it is shared. ‘Posting a Loom video link on the supported services will automatically pull in the Loom embed player. 7 ways edtech boosts student confidence in the classroom. Edtech is making is easier and more efficient to help students at every level, and to bring even the most timid of learners out of their shells.
Dr. Kenneth Shore, a psychologist and Chair of a child study team for the Hamilton, New Jersey Public Schools, explains that “Low self-esteem can lessen a student’s desire to learn, his or her ability to focus, and his or her willingness to take risks. Positive self-esteem, on the other hand, is one of the building blocks of school success; it provides a firm foundation for learning.” 7 Ways Edtech Boosts Student Confidence in the Classroom 1. 2. 3. 4.
(Next page: 3 more ways edtech boosts student confidence) Poetry Writing Made Fun: 10 Teaching Ideas for April. A MiddleWeb Blog When I became an English teacher, I knew that I would eventually have to teach poetry, and I was dreading it.
It’s not that I don’t personally enjoy poetry; it’s that I never had an enjoyable learning experience with poetry and didn’t want to pass on my negative attitude to my students. I knew I would probably never achieve the carpe diem inspiration level of John Keating, whose students form their own underground poetry salon in one of my favorite movies, Dead Poet’s Society. But I knew I didn’t want to be like the film’s Headmaster Nolan instructing students in the finer points of poetry analysis through the fictional J. Evans Pritchard’s Greatness and Perfection graph. While I would have loved for my students to feel moved to sound their barbaric yawps over the rooftops, I knew I would be content with them appreciating poetry as an art form and the apotheosis of word choice. Moving beyond “the poetry unit” Here are 10 ideas that worked for me. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
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