The Game of School vs. The Game of Life - A.J. JULIANI. My daughter is in 2nd grade.
She loves learning (seriously, she comes home every day excited about Flat Stanley, moving to multiplication, a piece of art she made, or something she learned while in school). Her teacher is fantastic, and I hope in some miracle world she gets to teach my daughter again in 3rd grade. About DOGO Kids Website Review. Our Founder & CEO at TEDx DOGO Media is the leading online network empowering kids to engage with digital media in a fun, safe and social environment.
Used by well over a million students and teachers from around the world, our websites have quickly grown into a community of kids and educators engaging positively with current events, books, and movies. DOGO [doh-GOH] means young or small in Swahili. While our young fans may be small, they act BIG as they engage with our websites and express their opinions on the content that interests and inspires them.
9 Google Resources to Support Reading. 9 Google Resources to Support Reading The doubling of knowledge will happen every twelve hours, according to IBM, because of the “internet of things” and the ease in which we have the capacity to publish and share.
With this dynamic pool of information available to students, it is essential to equip them with skills necessary to locate reliable and relevant information. Over the past two years, I have collected digital resources, apps, and extensions that will assist educators in this endeavor, as well as in the areas of inquiry, writing, and multimodal creations (all will be subsequent posts). The following are 9 of my favorite Google resources to support reading (**Bonus 3 at the end):
100+ Tools for Differentiating Instruction Through Social Media. Imagine a world where resources were limited to what was found in the classroom or the school closet known as the "Curriculum Materials Room.
" Picture a world where students wrote letters with pen and paper to communicate with other students and adults outside of the building. Due to postage costs, the teacher either sent the letters in bulk or paid for stamps out of his or her own pocket. Can you recall a time when student interests like skateboarding or video were never used as part of learning curriculum because the tools needed were either too expensive or not yet conceptualized? K-12 Library Information Specialist Licensure. Why Should We Invest in STEM Education? – The Tech Edvocate.