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VoiceThread. PatternsVariablesandFunctionsAnintegratedscienceandmathematicsunitfordiversefifthandsixthgradelearners. InquiryOne: The "infinite" across the disciplines In the first inquiry, students will explore the concept of "the infinite" as a way to grasp the idea that some events, such as a ball of tinfoil being launched from a catapult made of Popsicle sticks, would go on forever unless something gets in its way (e.g., gravity).
Students' background knowledge is first activated through opportunities to brainstorm what they already know about the infinite. CEET Community of Expertise in Educational Technology. Smithsonian Quests. Design Your Digital Classroom. Edshelf.com. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: A Collection of Great Interactive Sites for Teachers. Today as I was sifting through my feeds I came across this awesome treasure trove of educational websites curated in a Weebly page.I spent a couple of hours going through the links included in this resource and I found them really interesting and worth sharing with the readers of Educational Technology and Mobile Learning.
I am particularly adding them to the Educational Web Tools section. This Weebly page is a work in progress and there will be more added to it in the future like the Art section for instance is still not ready but I will let you know of any additions.There are also few links which no longer work and apart from that I am pretty sure you will be amazed by the web tools recommended there. These web tools are geared towards k-5 students. They are basically online interactive, educational games and simulations. Here are the main categories featured in the list, click on any title to access its web tools. 1- Math 2- English Language and Arts 3- Science. Kindergarten Reading - K-5 Technology Integration. The Sites We Love Right Now. 50 Best iPad Apps.
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Students might complete their reading (or not), discuss major themes and perhaps write an essay at the end of the unit. But if a student never gets past the first few pages, the rest of that unit is lost. It’s become a common refrain that traditional education isn’t serving a generation of students whose lives outside of school are completely disconnected from what happens inside. Teaching resources. Picture Match. Picture Match is designed to give new readers practice with identifying beginning-letter and short- and long-vowels sounds through a simple, fun game.
Updated in 2008, the game features all letters of the alphabet. In the beginning-letter sounds section, a picture of an object (for example, a car) is displayed, and students are prompted to choose the letter that corresponds with the first letter of the word. Free & inexpensive math curriculum materials: workbooks, ebooks, downloads, videos, tutorials, and more. - Nightly. EVLM Central Portal. Get Your Dose of History: 8 Documentaries for Black History Month. More Than a Month Filmmaker Shukree Tighman dressed as a Union soldier The most fascinating chapters of America’s past, including our stories of tragedy, pride, creativity, and triumph, are arguably contained in African American history.
Black History Month is our yearly pop-up reminder to reconnect with these stories. Though, as last year’s Independent Lens documentary More Than a Month points out, why contain it to just one month? Here is a collection of African American history documentaries to watch throughout the year. How Japanese Kids Learn To Multiply – Amazing, No Need to Learn Japanese. Thank you to everyone who has shared this post!
Before we discuss this great method of multiplying numbers, if you are after a great power point slide show to use in the classroom to improve times tables and multiplication skills then you will find this useful. If you enjoyed using the resource above then make sure to check out the games and tricks available to help develop, practice and learn times tables skills. I came across this method though a Japanese friend and it shows how Japanese pupils learn to multiply in maths lessons at a young age. EVLM Central Portal. The Teacher's Corner - Lesson Plans, Worksheets and Activities - Nightly. Academic Video Lectures - Nightly.
Math. Historypin. Abolitionist Speeches by African American Women. The first thing that I would do is talk to students about the 19th-century voice and that the 19th-century voice is really quite different from the 20th-century voice and that it takes a while to get used to it.
And then to move on from there and to say, okay, well what can I do with this unfamiliarity? And just to, you know, read the passages over to maybe look for the personal voice. You know, we all want to know "I the speaker," what makes this Frances Ellen Watkins Harper's speech as opposed to anybody else’s. But then to realize that part of the 19th-century voice is the omission of the eye, of the personal, and that Truth is in fact much more exceptional in that way than Harper. Lights, Camera . . . Engagement! Three Great Tools for Classroom Video. How many times have you thought to yourself, "In what way can I spice up this unit and make it student-centered? " The Complete Educator’s Guide to Using Google Reader. Love it!?
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