Daily Activities or Choice Board Template for Google Slides This new template for Google Slides for education is for you to use for daily activities or to create a choice board for your students. Choice boards have been a life saver for me, I am not an educator myself, and sometimes I run out of ideas or activities for my daughter to work on during this very particular time where we are confined home. And I must give a HUGE shout out to Karly Moura because, among a million things, she created the eLearning 4 everyone site, filled with goodies for educators and parents! Thank you so much Karly! Besides the slides for 6 activities or choices I’ve added a section where students can write about what they learned, or maybe you want them to write about something else, your choice. The good thing about these “students” slides is that they can all work on the same file.
Real Treasure Hunts: Cryptic Treasures: Treasure Map Coloring Pages Tuesday, July 31, 2012 Treasure Map Coloring Pages My nephew loves coloring pages dealing with pirates, maps, and treasure, so I figured there are probably lots of other kids out there that also would enjoy it too. Here is a collection of treasure maps that you can print out and color or draw on. Mysite Public speaking and leadership... Did you know that Mathematics can be found hidden in both of these? Find out how in Thomas Moore's keynote titled 'Hidden Figures' which he gave at the District 73 Toastmasters Conference in May, 2019. This demonstration of long division always creates that "ahhh" moment. In this video see a formal algorithm for a highly complex skill come to life.
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Fraction Talks My original blog post on Fraction Talks can be found here. Fraction Talks are a built around classroom talk and student action. These two principles guide the teacher’s questions, disposition, and facilitation of the activity. They can be become a daily routine, or used for entire lessons. One common structure is much like a number talk. I project an image, choose a section to be shaded, and ask students, “What fraction is shaded?”. 20 WebCam Activities for EFL ESL Students Back in November 2008 I published Part 1 of a series of articles intended to explore the use of WebCams in education. I have now finally got round to writing Part 2 which is a collection of 20 activities EFL ESL teachers can do with their students. Here are some links to useful free video communication tools that you could use for these activities.
Remote Teaching & Tech Tools for Teachers Active Learning in your Online Class ( in 5 steps) In this Europass Talk we discuss our experiences around using active learning strategies in online classes. We talk about the what and why of active learning in online education. The Maze Hundreds Chart - Steve Wyborney's Blog: I'm on a Learning Mission. The Maze Hundreds Chart is a resource that is surprisingly powerful and leads to some very unexpected learning opportunities. Much like The Animated Multiplication Table, this is a free, downloadable resource that will cause you to see an old, familiar chart in some new and surprising ways. Watch the video, download the interactive resource, and then take a look at the next blog post which will feature a variety of types of questions which you may never have been able to ask your students before seeing this resource. NOTE: Because this is a triggered PowerPoint document, it will need to be played in PowerPoint in order to have the interactivity shown in the video.
Activities Another guest post from Lee Shutler. Until recently Lee has been working as an Academic Manager for the BC in . He is now teaching in East Kent in the and co-authoring on a Middle School textbook for the German market.