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Art With Mr. E: Line Design w/ Shading- The Steps Another MNPS art teacher showed me this project several years ago, and I really liked it. I tweeked it a bit here and there, but it is basically as he showed me. The students LOVE IT! I do this with 4th grade, but I guess you could try it with other grade levels. All you need is paper, Sharpie, and colored pencils! Start by drawing a curve line across the paper. Add 8 dots across the line. You will then start connecting the dots. This is a students work that's a great example of what it should look like. Blooming Zoetrope Sculptures The placement of the appendages on these sculptures is critical to the success of the animation effect. The positions are based on a specific phyllotaxy (i.e. leaf order) used by nature in a number of botanical forms, including pinecones, pineapples, sunflowers, artichokes, palm trees, and many succulents. The photo above shows just such a succulent. I have numbered the leaves from youngest to oldest. In designing the sculptures, I used essentially the same method employed by nature. So when I animate these sculptures by spinning them with a strobe light (or video camera) I am, in a sense, recreating the process that I used to make them in the first place. The first animation shows a self-similar tiling, in which every piece is a unique size, but all pieces are the same shape. (BTW, if you would like to make one of these Fibonacci tilings for yourself, check out my instructable, which includes the cutting file.)

Le périmètre et l'aire - La classe d'Irys Par Irys10 dans Mathématiques le 15 Décembre 2013 à 11:25 Rappel ! On appelle polygone une figure plane fermée, limitée par des lignes droites, et ayant plusieurs côtés. Voici des documents sur les polygones, ils sont excellent ! Le périmètre est la mesure du contour d’une figure. Pour le calculer, on additionne les mesures de tous les côtés. L'aire est la mesure d'une surface. Advanced Teachers Program | Stiftelsen Marcus och Amalia Wallenbergs Minnesfond Background The Foundation wants to contribute to the advancement of teaching excellence in Swedish schools. For that purpose we envision a long term program that provides devoted teachers challenging, inspiring and advanced teaching experiences and studies overseas. The ”Pilot 2014” made it possible for 6 teachers to participate in the “Stanford Summer Teachers Institute” at Stanford University in California US during one week in combination with talks and presentations from Stanford Faculty, participate in other Stanford Summer activities and visit other schools and laboratories. Invitation For the summer of 2015 the Foundation will invite another group of 6 teachers to participate in the Stanford Center to Support Excellence in Teaching (CSET) program. The Swedish teachers will participate in the CSET courses given the week of July 6-10 2015, which are described on the web-site Stanford CSET Teaching Institute 2015 Course Descriptions

Accueil Recension av Aurasma - Förstärkt verklighet som eleverna själva skapar Användningsområden Aurasma låter dig enkelt och snabbt tagga bilder, objekt eller byggnader och låta dessa få liv med hjälp av ditt eget digitala innehåll. Låter det krångligt? Så här kan det se ut när man hittar en sk. Bildkälla: Låt mig ge dig ett exempel på hur Aurasma skulle kunna användas i ett projekt i skolan. Eleverna sätter sen upp sina bilder på en vägg i klassrummet. Filmen nedan visar hur elever och lärare på Shaw Wood Primary School använder sig av Aurasma. Vill du testa? Ett tips är att märka saker som är kopplade till en Aura med en symbol, förslagsvis det lila A som är logotypen för Aurasma. Jag tycker att Aurasma öppnar upp för nya spännande användningsområden rörande Augmented Reality (förstärkt verklighet). Jag ger appen betyget tre då den i mitt tycke är nyskapande och relativt enkel att använda, men har en bit kvar när det gäller stabilitet och användarvänlighet. Funktioner Tänk utanför appen

Feuilles d'Exercices pour les Mathématiques Smarter Balanced Assessments The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium is developing a system of valid, reliable, and fair next-generation assessments aligned to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in English language arts/literacy (ELA/literacy) and mathematics for grades 3-8 and 11. The system—which includes both summative assessments for accountability purposes and optional interim assessments for instructional use—will use computer adaptive testing technologies to the greatest extent possible to provide meaningful feedback and actionable data that teachers and other educators can use to help students succeed. Smarter Balanced assessments will go beyond multiple-choice questions to include extended response and technology enhanced items, as well as performance tasks that allow students to demonstrate critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. Performance tasks challenge students to apply their knowledge and skills to respond to complex real-world problems. Assessment System Components Mathematics Guidelines

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