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Fall Into First: Guess Who? Tooth Edition Hey All! Time to prepare for Science Night! Science Night is a big deal at our school and we spend so much time preparing for it. I thought I would share some ideas and information so you can take a look at this fun event. On Science Night, I hang a giant toothbrush for students and their parent to walk through. The kids LOVE this! Use an Incognito Window to Allow Students to Present from Your Computer Problem: Your teacher computer is connected to the VGA cable to the projector. Students are doing presentations and need to log into their Google account to get to their presentation they are going to do in front of the class. You have to log out of your Google account to let them log in. Solution: If you are using Google Chrome, you can create an incognito window (command+shift+n on a Mac) (control+shift+n on a PC).

What the Teacher Wants!: 2 DIY Projects: Pop of Color and Mason Jar Storage Michael's Craft Store contacted me a little while ago about participating in their back to school Create2Educate Sweepstakes program! I was thrilled to have the chance to be involved! The projects that I planned were all centered around the the idea of cute and functional storage! (This post contains affiliate links.) Projects 1 & 2 Step 1: I found these two storage pieces made by Recollections - I got the Desktop Marker Organizer and the Desktop Carousel.

100 Websites You Should Know and Use (updated!) Entertainment Meet David Peterson, who developed Dothraki for Game of Thrones There are seven different words in Dothraki for striking another person with a sword. Forever in Fifth Grade: Show & Tell Tuesday-Spring is Coming! It's time once again for Show & Tell Tuesday! This post may contain affiliate links to materials I recommend. Thank goodness spring is almost here!

20 Resources for New eLearning Professionals The following eLearning resources not only provide excellent, relevant and useful information on a variety of e-learning areas. Most also provide a means for you to connect with the other learning professionals, helping you to grow your personal learning network. eLearning Blogs: eLearning Blogs are a great way to not only learn about what’s happening in the learning profession but to get some alternative viewpoints. Craig Weiss – Craig writes the E-Learning 24/7 blog and has been identified as a thought leader and expert - (also on twitter @diegoinstudio)Ryan Tracey – Ryan is an Australian E-Learning manager, blogger, writer, advisor & reviewer who writes about a variety of learning topics - (also on twitter @ryantracey)Cathy Moore: On a mission to save the world from boring corporate elearning.

Karl D.D. Willis How can projected imagery traverse the digital-physical divide to interact with physical objects and surfaces in the environment? HideOut explores how mobile projectors can enable new forms of interaction with digital content projected on everyday objects such as books, walls, game boards, tables, and many others. We enable seamless interaction between the digital and physical world using specially formulated infrared-absorbing markers – hidden from the human eye, but visible to a camera embedded in a compact mobile projection device. Digital imagery directly augments and responds to the physical objects it is projected on, such as an animated character interacting with printed graphics in a storybook. Created by: Karl D.D. Willis, Takaaki Shiratori, Moshe Mahler.

A Holistic Approach to Successful Collaboration Collaboration is not a tool; it is not a set of features. Collaboration has more to do with establishing communication patterns within your organization and across your partner and customer networks, so that these patterns soon become incorporated into the very fabric of your business. A common theme I am hearing from customers is their need to build "an overall collaboration strategy." Of course, dig a little bit into the issue, and most people cannot provide much detail beyond the investigation of the latest tools on the market. Your collaboration strategy is not just a matter of signing up for an online service, such as Box or Yammer, or even deploying a software platform, like SharePoint, no matter how comprehensive the feature set seems. Document collaboration is not the same thing as social collaboration, though both may be part of your overall organizational list of requirements.

5 Great TED Talks for Teachers As you probably know, this year's TED 2013 prize went to Sugata Mitra for his outstanding wish " School in The Cloud ". Digging through the achievements of this educational researcher, I found out that Sugatra is behind the popular Hole in The Wall experiments that proved that kids learn more in the absence of adult supervision and formal teaching. For Sugatra peer interest and curiosity are the main drives for kids' effective learning . Instructional Design History and Timeline Instructional Design History and Timeline Below is an outline that maps a general historical timeline of instructional design and instructional technology. The field of instructional design is a rapidly changing field that has quickly evolved from static filmstrips to interactive, media-rich simulations. Wikipedia provides an excellent timeline on the history of instructional design as well as instructional design trends and evolution: "Much of the foundation of the field of instructional design was laid in World War II, when the U.S. military faced the need to rapidly train large numbers of people to perform complex technical tasks, from field-stripping a carbine to navigating across the ocean to building a bomber —see "Training Within Industry (TWI)".

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