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August 7, 2012 To all my educator colleagues: As you all know, I retired in June of 2011 from my school district job as Director of Technology. I retired to spend more time learning new things to support you as you embed technology into teaching and learning in a meaningful way. I now have the time to visit districts and help with their technology-related initiatives, teach online graduate courses for the Wilkes/Discovery Masters program, and host several webinar series. Since I started the Schrockguide in June of 1995, a lot has changed. However, I am not retired from providing you with great resources and ideas to support teaching and learning! I have moved all the support information for my presentations over to Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything, located here, to help you as you think about the practical and pedagogical uses of technology. I hope to hear from you via the new sites I am now creating. Kathy Related:  Assessment (AFL, AAL, AOL)

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myreads Engagement motivates students to read and enables new learning to take place by: Empowering teachers with effective strategies Engaging students in purposeful social practices Empowering teachers with effective strategies The conditions for successful teaching and learning are complex and involve many interwoven issues. The Guides will be most effective in engaging underperforming students when teachers are familiar with the various sections within the resource and use texts that work for their own particular student community. Engaging students in purposeful social practices Each of the Guides uses a specific text so that teachers can familiarise themselves with the strategy and contextualise the strategy given their knowledge of their own particular student community. Although ‘purposeful social practices’ is often taken to involve multiple and varied texts for community projects involving ‘real’ audiences, this resource has used specific texts to demonstrate strategies. Guides Frontloading

100 Ways You Should Be Using Facebook in Your Classroom Facebook isn't just a great way for you to find old friends or learn about what's happening this weekend, it is also an incredible learning tool. Teachers can utilize Facebook for class projects, for enhancing communication, and for engaging students in a manner that might not be entirely possible in traditional classroom settings. Read on to learn how you can be using Facebook in your classroom, no matter if you are a professor, student, working online, or showing up in person for class. Note: Check out our updated version of this article for even more suggestions on Facebook in your class. Class Projects The following ideas are just a starting point for class projects that can be used with Facebook in the classroom. Follow news feeds. Facilitate Communication An excellent way to ensure students are more engaged in the learning experience, whether in a traditional classroom or at accredited online colleges, is by strengthening the communication between students and student-to-teacher.

Education Place® Washington Reading/Language Arts We're sorry, the page you requested requires you to select your state. Choose your state. Classroom Resources for Teachers Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. Classroom 2.0 40 Alternative Assessments for Learning When people think of assessment, pencils and bubble sheets may be the first things that come to mind. Assessment does not always have to involve paper and pencil, but can instead be a project, an observation, or a task that shows a student has learned the material. In the end, all we really want to know is that the skill was mastered, right? Why not make it fun and engaging for students as well? Many teachers shy away from alternative assessments because they take extra time and effort to create and to grade. On the other hand, once the assessment guidelines and grading rubric are created, it can be filed away and used year after year. The project card and rubric can be run on card stock (one on each side of the page), laminated, and hole punched with other alternative assessment ideas. Here are 40 alternative assessment ideas to get you started! Alternative Reading Assessments 1. Create a bookmark to match the theme of the last book read. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Alternative Writing Assessments

Model Learning: Graphic Organisers Few large M&A deals are expected for the rest of the year - Related Stories - CPA Letter Daily Skip to main content Browse All Briefs by Topic Few large M&A deals are expected for the rest of the year Forward to a friend Rob Kindler, who heads Morgan Stanley's global mergers-and-acquisitions division, said he foresees far fewer M&A deals this year compared with last year. View Full Article in: Finance | Accounting Published in Brief: CPA Letter Daily ©2014 SmartBrief Global SchoolNet: Home

Bien qu'en anglais, ce site présente le Guide pour enseignants de Kathy Schrock (voir la perle de son site personnel), professeure émérite et spécialiste des technologies de l'enseignement. Ce guide est en fait un répertoire de sites web destinés à l'amélioration du curriculum des enseignants et à leur développement professionnel. On y trouve autant des ressources permettant aux enseignants d'apprendre et d'autres disponibles pour permettre aux enseignants d'enseigner aux élèves. Les enseignants sont ainsi mieux préparés à accompagner et guider leurs élèves sur le web. by cathcw Mar 5

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