background preloader

School

Educational Software Preview Guide
Clark Elementary School, Portland Oregon / OR school information The purposes of the Oregon Statewide Assessment Program are (1) to provide information on individual student achievement on performance standards set by the State Board of Education for the Certificate of Initial Mastery and the benchmark grades leading to it; (2) to provide information for policy decisions by the legislature, the governor, the State Board of Education, and local school districts; (3) to support instructional program improvement efforts; and (4) to inform the public about student achievement in Oregon schools. The Oregon Statewide Assessment is different from national, norm-referenced tests used in many districts and states. The Oregon Statewide Assessment is a criterion-referenced assessment based on the Oregon Content Standards. As a result, the types of scores produced from the Oregon Statewide Assessment are somewhat different from those produced by national, norm-referenced tests. Clark Elementary School, Portland Oregon / OR school information
Thank you for your interest in Concord Academy! Forward-thinking, balanced, and student-centered, Concord Academy just feels different. While the campus is beautiful, when you arrive you notice the people more than the buildings. We are certain that you will find CA to be an exciting place for motivated, curious, and community-minded individuals who seek a demanding and rewarding educational experience. Delve into our curriculum and discover a wide breadth of innovative and cross-disciplinary teaching. Filled with curious, balanced, innovative, and fun-loving people, the CA community is a dynamic one. Concord Academy: Admissions » Welcome Concord Academy: Admissions » Welcome
The Hotchkiss School - Home
The Hotchkiss School - Home
school

Pinocchio at school
Classroom 2
Classroom Actions & Commands Kids Online English Channel teaches Children English as a Second Language (ESL) and is a fun and effective way to Learn English online. It uses cartoons, songs, funny skits, and more. Ideal for ages 3 -10. Each English lesson introduces new vocabulary, grammar patterns, and conversations. Experienced EFL teachers created this kids learning channel for both teachers and students. NEW! 1 -Family Members & Introductions. 2 -Common Animals & Objects 3 -Classroom Objects 4 -Classroom Actions & Commands 5 -Colors 6 -Numbers & Counting 7 -Body Parts 8 -Adjectives of Description 9 -1st Person Daily Actions 10 -3rd Person Daily Actions 11 -Can & Can't with Outdoor Action Verbs 12 -Present Continuous Tense 13 -Fruits 14 -Emotions & Feelings AA -Karaoke Sing-a-long songs Classroom Actions & Commands
Epinay Nursery School / BP Architectures Architects: BP Architectures member of Collective PLAN 01 Location: Epinay-sous-Senart, France Project Manager: Solveig Doat Structural Engineering: EVP INGENIERIE Acoustic Engineering: ACOUSTIQUE VIVIE & ASSOCIES Project Area: 1,500 sqm Budget: $2,000,000 Euro Project Year: 2006-2010 Photographs: Courtesy of BP Architectures The nursery is located in the town of Épinay-sous-Sénart (near Paris) on the edge of a typical 1970s estate made up of 5-storey linear buildings and ‘small’ 12-storey tower blocks naturally characterized by tall, massive and rectangular features. These somewhat homogeneous buildings delimit the communal landscaped open spaces that appear overwhelmed by rendered concrete masonry. Recently refurbished, the estate projects a relatively calm image despite its rough social reality. Comparative study of both site and project generated a proposal that was in direct contrast to its immediate environment. Unit One = infants department and shared facilities Epinay Nursery School / BP Architectures
The architects Saad El Kabbaj, Driss Kettani and Mohamed Amine Siana draw the plans for Guelmim’s Superior School of Technology. A project that pursues the development policy of university premises in South Morocco. The complex shelters classrooms, workshops, laboratories, an administrative department, a library, teachers offices and an amphitheater. Images © Fernando Guerra See more by Driss Kettani Mohamed Amine Siana Technology School of Guelmim in Morocco Technology School of Guelmim in Morocco
French architects Emmanuel Combarel and Dominique Marrec Architects (ECDM) completed a sanctuary for children within this beautifully constructed building located in the busy city of Paris. The designers address the social needs of the users of a day care especially as well as the constraints of the small site being shadowed by a much taller adjacent building. Interior and exterior access for the users are carefully thought out within the site through a series of paths and terraces so children can get to and play safely with convenient supervision. The outdoor space is oriented to get the most amount of sunlight while it inhabits a site with much taller buildings nearby. What I respect most about this project is the relationship the architects have given it with regards to the other buildings. Day Nursery, Paris Day Nursery, Paris
Blogs in Schools - excellent summary © 2004 Stephen Downes EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 39, no. 5 (September/October 2004): 14–26. Stephen Downes Stephen Downes ( is a Senior Researcher with the E-Learning Research Group, National Research Council Canada, Moncton, New Brunswick. Comments on this article can be sent to the author at stephen@downes.ca. "I think it’s the most beautiful tool of the world and it allows us the most magic thing..." —Florence Dassylva-Simard, fifth-grade student The bell rings, and the halls of Institut St-Joseph in Quebec City echo the clatter of the fifth- and sixth-graders. Dominic Ouellet-Tremblay, a fifth-grade student at St-Joseph, writes: "The blogs give us a chance to communicate between us and motivate us to write more. The students at St-Joseph are reflective of a trend that is sweeping the world of online learning: the use of weblogs to support learning. Institut St-Joseph is an unassuming, yellow-brick school on a tree-lined road in the west side of Quebec City. Figure 1 Blogs in Schools - excellent summary
Cover your school in WiFi cheaply
2006 Design Awards Commentary 2006 Honor Winners (clockwise from upper left): Nus High School of Mathematics & Science (Singapore); Kindergarten #911 (Argentina); Feather River Academy (California, US); Chugach Optional Elementary School (Alaska, US) The seventh international DesignShare Awards program has once again established a vibrant discussion focused on the future of innovative school design projects. The 2006 winning projects recognize four Honor, nine Merit, fifteen Citation, and twelve Recognized Value Awards. Project team applicants are asked to answer two questions with each submission: 1. Emerging Design Themes: This year, eight distinct design themes emerged, extending beyond the type of building (elementary vs. university) and setting (rural vs. urban) by speaking to deeper community and learning needs. 2006 HONOR AWARD winning projects: 2006 HONOR AWARD:Kindergarten #911 “I could not resist commenting, ‘Only in Argentina!’ - Henry Sanoff Overview: Review Team Comments: awards for design of schools awards for design of schools
Pacoima Charter Elementary School - Pacoima, California/CA - Public School Review
FENTON AVENUE CHARTER SCHOOL 
School Stats
School and Back to School School and Back to School Get kids ready for the new school year with some of our school craft ideas, or enjoy them at the... We've got an ever growing collection of school and "back to school" colouring pages... Kids can learn to draw all sorts of pictures on a school theme with our fun step by step tutorials... Here's a fun collection of printables for teachers - to help them welcome their kids back to... Print out these fun school bookmarks - perfect for back to school! Here is a collection of School jokes to enjoy with your kids. These cute teacher colouring pages are fun for children to colour in all year round, but... We love this set of colouring pages! Our school rules colouring posters are a fun way to introduce simple school rules to children, and... Our Back To School cards and postcards are perfect for teachers to send a welcome message to their... A few useful printables to help you get ready for school and settled in quickly. Enjoy these Back to School puzzles!
Clock - Learn English Clock - Learn English Clock There is an new version of this game made without flash - click here Update Jan 2017 This game seems to still be popular even though it was made more than 7 years ago and uses software (flash) that a lot of browsers do not even have. This seems to be because there are quite a few links directly to this page - most users come from Google. I guess this is because this game is quite specific in the language that is practiced; teachers can study time telling in class and then get their students to review the content here. Practice telling the time in English with this fun game. At the first screen there is a clock that you can play around with. I hope that English learners can use this to study or review how to tell the time in English. After the first screen you can play a game where you have to read the text and the click on the clock that shows the time being described.
School of Visual Arts | SVA | New York City Fine Arts and Graphic Design School in New York City
Hillsborough County Public Schools - Home
Georgia Virtual School > Home
During this lesson you will learn to tell the time in English using images and text. The first part of the lesson you wlll have to learn the words that are used in telling the time, followed by a example clocks with times on for you to see what the correct time is. The image below is split into 2 colours, green and yellow. The green side 'to' and the yellow side is 'past'. green hand is the big hand red is the small hand Use the clock on the right to help you Below are 12 clocks with random times The text is above each clock Types of ways of saying the time A.M. = morning It's 6:00 A.M. P.M. = afternoon Evening / night It's 6:00 P.M. It's six o'clock = 6:00 A.M. It's six = 6:00 A.M. It's six-oh-five = 6:05 A.M. It's six (minutes) after five = 6:05 A.M. It's six (minutes) past five = 6:05 A.M. It's six-oh-six = 6:06 A.M. It's six (minutes) after six = 6:06 A.M. It's six (minutes) past six = 6:06 A.M. It's six-oh-ten = 6:10 A.M. Its ten past six A.M. It's ten (minutes) after six = 6:10 A.M. P.M. = afternoon Telling the Time - How to tell time in English - English basics
SCHOOL

SCHOOL

school

schools

Schools

Schools

School

Schools

Schools

Schools

School

schools

school