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Find content from Thinkfinity Partners using a visual bookmarking and sharing tool. More Your students can save their work with Student Interactives. More Home › Results from ReadWriteThink 1-10 of 58 Results from ReadWriteThink Sort by: Classroom Resources | Grades K – 2 | Student Interactive | Learning About Language ABC Match ABC Match is a game that has students practice letter-recognition fluency while honing their memories. page | 1 2 3 4 5 6

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Réflexions sur l'apport des TIC pour élèves en troubles d'apprentissage Acrobat Reader DC Adobe Reader, 8, 9, 10, 11, DC… Un nom de produit qui passe son temps à changer: c’est à en perdre le peu de latin qu’on connaît! Toujours est-il que récemment, sans en être avertis, certains de nos utilisateurs ne retrouvent plus Adobe Reader XI sur leur poste, mais bien Acrobat Reader DC comme lecteur de fichiers PDF! Il s’agit tout simplement de la nouvelle version d’Adobe Reader.

Create Audio for your site with a Free mp3 player Create an Audio Message for your Website in 3 Easy Steps. No audio software or player downloads needed! You're 3 easy steps away from adding audio to your website. AudioPal makes it simple to create your message and embed your free audio player in any personal website or blog. Choose one of the following to create your message: Phone: Record your message over the phone. 7 Resources for Teaching+Learning Vocab One of my teaching assignments this semester is to work with students who need extra help preparing for the SAT (all 11th grade students in my school are required to take it). I split the responsibility with a mathematics teacher. My focus is on helping the students develop their reading skills and knowledge of vocabulary. This assignment got me to go back in my archives of resources for teaching and learning vocabulary.

Free Reading Worksheets Writer's Workshop Resources and Ideas The majority of time of Writing Workshop is devoted to independent writing. During this time, students are prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing their pieces. Depending on the age and abilities of your students, independent writing can be as short as 15 minutes or as long as 45-60 minutes. It helps to build stamina with your class, beginning with a short amount of time and building that time until they can work for up 30 minutes or more. According to Katie Wood Ray (The Writing Workshop, 2001), students can also do other activities during their writing time, such as

Réalité augmentée Avec l'expression "réalité augmentée" on nous promet une réalité contenant "plus" de quelque chose, pas nécessairement pour "mieux" vivre. Mais plus de quoi ? Jusqu'à présent, les applications de la réalité augmentée se situent plutôt du côté du marketing, du tourisme et du jeu. Tant qu'elle reste tributaire de l'écran, la réalité augmentée peine à nous convaincre de son utilité. Heureusement, le jour ne semble pas si lointain où les objets se feront beaucoup plus discrets, pour laisser toute la place aux informations transportées et traitées par la technologie numérique, et à notre interaction avec elles. Car l'information n'est rien sans le sens que nous lui donnons, lorsque nous le souhaitons.

Transitions and Transitional Devices Summary: A discussion of transition strategies and specific transitional devices. Contributors:Ryan Weber, Karl StolleyLast Edited: 2013-03-01 10:35:20 Good transitions can connect paragraphs and turn disconnected writing into a unified whole. Instead of treating paragraphs as separate ideas, transitions can help readers understand how paragraphs work together, reference one another, and build to a larger point.

Common Core in Action: Math in the Middle School Classroom Aligning instruction to meet the Common Core State Standards is the new norm for educators across most of the United States. In the middle school math classroom, technology can be used to help students reach mastery of these Common Core skills. Let's take a look at a sixth grade geometry standard and how, using technology, teachers can promote engagement through student-centered exploration of this skill. CCSS.Math.Content.6.G.A.3 Cageless Thinking: Innovation and Creativity in Education Over the last year I have lost count of the number of times I have heard someone say to me that their school, or a school they know has purchased X number of (usually, but not exclusively) iPads but they weren’t sure why, they didn’t know what the goal was and they weren’t sure what they were supposed to be doing with them. A number of schools buy a test set of devices, maybe even as many as 50 or 100, and when you ask their staff what the next move is, they don’t know. These examples do not enhance the teaching and learning in a school and it is probably fair to say that the energy and drive that might initially result in this early purchase can be lost.

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