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Edublogs - education blogs for teachers, students and institutions

Edublogs - education blogs for teachers, students and institutions
1. Share materials, news, downloads, links and more Anything that you post to your blog will instantly be accessible by your students from school and from home. 2. Students can simply respond to blog posts and discuss topics through comments or on our simple to use forums. 3. Seamlessly produce a custom designed, finely tuned and engaging collaborative online publication by your class. 4. Always enjoyed photocopying and stapling pages and pages of newsletters on a Friday afternoon? 5. Your Edublog can be used to glue together your students’ blogs which you can quickly create, co-manage, and even edit if needed. 6. We all love planning, right? 7. In just a couple of clicks, you can embed online videos, multimedia presentations, slideshows and more right into your Edublog posts. 8. Edublogs make it easy to organize groups by keeping everyone informed. 9. You can use comments, forums, or even customized forms to collect feedback, survey data, or ask anyone you’d like to give input or ideas. 10.

Mentors- Facilitators. Group News As the date is fast approaching we thought now would be a good time to issue some further information on our interview with DfE! Our interview panel consists of a member of our Governing body, our proposed Principal Designate, and three of our company members. Our interview slot is 90 minutes, and in this time we have to present on our evidence of demand, capability, capacity, and demonstrate our motivation for Prince’s Community School. One key area we need YOUR help with is our ‘evidence of demand’. Our proposed Principal Designate Helen Prince is required to take part in a Future Leaders Charitable Trust (FLCT) assessment centre which will focus on her potential to lead a Free School. So where do we go from here? We will also be updating our website with all the revised information about the school, so please check back soon for more info on all areas of the school. Prince’s Community School :)

How Blogs Work" Blogs appear on the news pretty often these days. For example, a reporter is tipped to a story by a blog, or a blog reports another angle on a story. Blogs show up in magazines a lot, too. But there is a good chance you have never seen a blog (also known as a weblog) or experienced the blogosphere. One of the things that is so amazing about blogs is their simplicity. Think about a "normal Web site." ­ A typical Web site has a home page that links to sub-pages within the site. ­ A blog is much simpler: A blog is normally a single page of entries. ­­In this article, you will have a chance to enter the world of blogging. Check Out Class Blogs! This page has been set up so you can check out different types of class blogs to get ideas for your own class blog. You could also use this list to make connections with classes in other countries. If you want to add your class blog to this list please leave it’s details on this post. This list was last updated on July 30,, 2013 (new class blogs added and deleted/old blogs removed –including those that haven’t published posts in past 6 months) The class blog list into Grades; Subject Areas such as Maths, Science, English, History, LOTE, EFL /ESL; and type of blog such as Library, School news. You can view the list by: Below is the complete Edublogger’s Class Blog list: Just click on their blog title to visit the class blog!

Avatars - Create an Animated Talking Character for Your Website SecondeInfo Applications of Linear Algebra Teacher Blogs February 21, 2017 - In the Classroom+ In the Classroom (7) Curriculum Matters Writers Liana Loewus and Jaclyn Zubrzycki explore teaching and learning across the subject areas. Prove It: Math and Education Policy High School math teacher John Troutman McCrann writes about his quest to integrate inquiry- and performance-based learning into his instruction, and how these concepts might inform education policy. Teaching for the Whole Story New York City language arts teacher Ariel Sacks shares stories, reflections, and practices for cultivating a student-centered, literature-based classroom in today's education climate. Work in Progress Journalism teacher Starr Sackstein discusses how to guide students into taking charge of their learning and their writing. - Teaching Profession+ Teaching Profession (8) The Art of Coaching Teachers Elena Aguilar offers resources, tips, and suggestions for school instructional coaches and teacher mentors. Learning Forward's PD Watch Teacher Beat Teacher in a Strange Land

Le blogue hors de la classe On peut imaginer un très grand nombre d’utilisations possibles du blogue en marge de la classe, c'est-à-dire où l'enseignant n'accorde pas de temps en classe pour écrire sur le blogue. Voici certaines idées qui peuvent contribuer à rendre ce type d'utilisation du blogue pertinente : Utilisez le blogue comme le prolongement de la classe. Le travail demandé sur le blogue doit être en lien direct avec le cours, mais pas une partie du cours. Donnez assez de temps aux élèves pour faire leur contribution;Imposez et évaluez la participation au blogue. 4.1 - Le débat L’utilisation du blogue dans l’expérience présentée ici est surtout axée sur le débat. L’enseignant fait une courte mise en contextepropose un questionnementfait référence à un article d’actualité déjà publié par un quotidien ou un site d’information Les élèves participent en écrivant des commentaires sur le billetréagissent aux commentaires d’autres élèves 4.2 Questionner et analyser des documents historiques 4.3 Qui suis-je?

Animated Characters Learning Agents Speaking Avatars for Elearning Speechi Story » Speechi : Vos PowerPoints en Flash, avec de la vidéo et du son. Au regard de l’ambition affichée, qui était rappelons-le de “Refonder l’école”, on est frappé par la timidité des réformes tentées par Vincent Peillon et par leur faible degré d’avancement, après deux ans d’exercice. Tout ça pour ça ! Quoi qu’on pense du bien-fondé de la réforme des rythmes scolaires, d’autant plus engluée au lendemain des élections que les municipalités sont passées à droite, il est évident qu’elle ne pouvait avoir qu’un impact tout à fait marginal sur la performance de l’école – il s’agissait au mieux d’un simple retour à une situation récente. Comment est-il possible que cette réforme bénigne ait été mise en œuvre avec si peu de conviction et qu’elle ait pu se retrouver étalée sur (au moins) trois années – le Ministre échouant même à la faire adopter immédiatement et massivement par les mairies de gauche ? Il est tout à fait justifié, au regard de la manière dont les différentes réformes ont été menées, que Vincent Peillon s’en aille. L’école à l’ère du numérique

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