7 kinds of social media posts educators and schools can use now. Social media is a free, powerful, safe way to spread positive news about education.
Here are seven types of posts you can start using immediately. Social media has become a way of life. It’s where much of society meets and discusses life. Students are there. Their families are there. Some people are wary about it, but the truth is this: social media is a free, powerful, safe way to spread positive news about education. Want some examples of people who do it well? Jason Markey, principal, Leyden High School District 242, Chicago, Ill. Note: Joe and Tony have written a book on this very topic called “The Power of Branding: Telling Your School’s Story” (click this link to buy it on Amazon). Where do they promote the awesome work of their kids and staffs the most? Sharing great posts on social media can be daunting, much like staring at a blinking cursor on a blank document waiting on inspiration. Click for full-sized image. 15 Ways To Use The New iPad In Classrooms. A Useful Twitter Cheat Sheet 3.97K Views 0 Likes Think you're supposed to actually type a full 140 characters for each tweet?
Not quite. That's just one of the many handy tips found in this useful Twitter Cheat Sheet. How To Use Vine In The Classroom 6.84K Views 0 Likes. Classrooms of Tomorrow, Today: Kinect Math App Available for Download. I’m confident that I know how I’m teaching functions in my math classroom from now on!
“Kinect Math” is more than just evidence revealing the classrooms of tomorrow. It’s proof that this classroom is here, today. Created by University of Washington Bothell students and professors, this development reveals the power of custom-developed Kinect applications for mainstream classrooms. Robin Angotti demonstrated this development at Microsoft’s Partners in Learning Global Forum in Washington D.C. I visited with her briefly about it at the event, but this is the first time I’ve seen it in action (video below). Now Serving. TechChef4u App: See the TechChef4u app Snapguide!
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Those children in 3rd to 8th grade are working with fractions which can be difficult, but with the right encouragement can be easily mastered. Fraction Math deals with positive and negative fractions, improper fractions, whole numbers and mixed numbers. The user can also reduce the resulting fractions. Learning to Change-Changing to Learn. NRICH Packages. Packages are handy bundles of NRICH resources which you can either preview online or download for later offline work - good for interactive whiteboards or in classrooms with no internet access Three reasons why you should use NRICH packages: We've done your searching for you!
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The TIM incorporates five interdependent characteristics of meaningful learning environments: active, constructive, goal directed (i.e., reflective), authentic, and collaborative (Jonassen, Howland, Moore, & Marra, 2003). The TIM associates five levels of technology integration (i.e., entry, adoption, adaptation, infusion, and transformation) with each of the five characteristics of meaningful learning environments. Together, the five levels of technology integration and the five characteristics of meaningful learning environments create a matrix of 25 cells as illustrated below. Blooming%20Smarts%20Master%20Planning%20Matrix. Blooms%20multiplication%20activities. BloomsTaxonomy. Christmas. 05-2Bloom-16-17+Stems+for+Instruction.
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