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PythagoraSwitch PythagoraSwitch (ピタゴラスイッチ, Pitagora Suitchi?) is a 15-minute Japanese educational television program by NHK which aired since 2002. It encourages augmenting children's "way of thinking" under the supervision of Masahiko Satō (佐藤雅彦?) and Masumi Uchino (内野真澄?). During the beginning, ending, and between each corner (segment), there are Pythagorean Devices (ピタゴラ装置, Pitagora Sōchi?). Actors[edit] Dankichi Kuruma (車だん吉?) Broadcast[edit] Outside Japan, NHK World Premium broadcasts PythagoraSwitch Mini. Awards[edit] At the 30th Japan Prize International Educational Program Contest, in 2003, episode 25 "Let's Look at It Another Way" won top prize, the Prime Minister's award, of the Early Education category.[1] At Prix Jeunesse 2004 in Munich it won top prize in the age 6 and below non-fiction category.[2] References[edit] External links[edit]

Kindergarten – Ms. Blake's Technology Class Kindergarten Switch Zoo Find the Habitat Pebble Go Capstone Interactive Library Tumblebooks Book Flix Typer Spyder Make a Jackson Pollock Painting NY Philharmonic for Kids MOMA Destination Modern Art Community Helpers Keyboard Climber Keyboarding Practice Starfall How Many Fish? Put the Numbers in Order Alphabet Bingo ABC Connect the Dots Alphabet Match Alphabet Order Shape Construction Letter Matching Moon Rocks Patterns Rube Goldberg Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Rube Goldberg en 1916. Reuben Lucius Goldberg, né le 4 juillet 1883 à San Francisco et mort le 7 décembre 1970 à New York, est un dessinateur juif américain, spécialisé dans le dessin de presse, politique comme d'humour, et la bande dessinée. Il a également été scénariste de cinéma, romancier, inventeur, sculpteur et était ingénieur de formation. Artiste prolifique, il a créé de nombreuses séries, parmi lesquelles Mike and Ike, Boob McNutt, Foolish Questions, Bobo Baxter, Lala Palooza et The Weekly Meeting of the Tuesday Women's Club. Au cours de sa carrière, il a reçu de nombreux prix, dont le Pulitzer du dessin de presse en 1948 et le Banshees' Silver Lady Award en 1959[1]. Biographie[modifier | modifier le code] Les débuts à San Francisco (1883-1907)[modifier | modifier le code] Né à San Francisco en 1883, Goldberg y effectue toute sa scolarité. New York et le succès dans l'humour et la bande dessinée (1907-1939)[modifier | modifier le code]

PYP-Information Technology ICT Projects 2014-2015 At ABA information and communication technology is utilized as a learning tool that promotes and enhance understanding across all key subject areas. We strive to develop in students the ICT skills that will give them the best opportunity to gather, process and communicate their discoveries and knowledge. In Elementary School, classes from Kindergarten through Grade 5 learn a comprehensive and dynamic set of technology skills during scheduled lessons in a well-equipped computer lab. This website contains information for all the current elementary ICT Projects and assignments.

DRAWTHROUGH jr. 9 Word Cloud Generators That Aren't Wordle The use of word clouds in the classroom is a powerful way to really get through to visual learners. The details about the following nine word cloud generators will give you a fair idea how, as an educator, you can get the best out of them. A quick note: Wordle is quite easily the most popular word cloud generator out there. It’s free and easy to use. Tagul Several features that do not figure in Wordle are incorporated in Tagul.For example, you have the option of choosing personalized shapes and multiple fonts to be used in your cloud. ABC Ya This application is very much like Wordle and operates the way Wordle operates. Tag Crowd This application gives you access to see frequency of words. Word It Out Word It Out helps create word clouds from any text, similar to the way Wordle does. Make Word Mosaic This one is from Image Chef and is one of the best creative tools you can find for your classroom. Wordsift TagCloudGenerator The moment you enter a website address, this tool takes you there.

Crazy for First Grade: FREE Technology Toys!!! Hey Friends!! I'm SO excited to announce that I completed my Master's degree program yesterday!! I feel like a new person today...recharged, inspired, and RELIEVED!!! I attended the best technology fair ever and learned about some really amazing FREE technology resources on Friday!! Are you ready?!?! Random Name/Word GeneratorCheck out this name/word generator cuteness. Countdown Timer Wanna make timing your kids FUN?!?!? Wordle Have you ever heard of Wordle?!?! Tagxedo If you like Wordle, you will LOVE Tagxedo!! Digital Flipbook MakerDo you use flipbooks in your classroom? Zooburst I about fell out of my seat when I learned about Zooburst!! COMIX Comix is a place where you sweeties can actually create their own digital comic strips!! I hope you have found something in this post that you had no idea was out there in cyberland that you can use in your wonderful classroom!!! Happy, Happy Teaching!!!

How to Make Presentations Like a Boss Diagram Designer Graphics Freeware for Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7/8 [Chinese version] Download installer (1.3 Mb) (hosted by FossHub) Download Language Pack (186 kb) Additional languages in the language pack: Czech, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish About translations.... Please support my work. Description Simple vector graphics editor for creating flowcharts, UML class diagrams, illustrations and slide shows. Features Customizable template object palette. Version history Dictionaries Download and extract the zip files with the languages you need. DanishEnglish A note about dictionaries: A dictionary file is just a simple text file with an ordered list of words. Template palettes Template palettes sent to us by Diagram Designer users can be downloaded here. Download Online help Diagram Designer 1.20 Open Source Edition The full source code for Diagram Designer is available for download.

Introduction To Networking — Introduction to Information and Communication Technology What Is The Internet? In the broadest terms, people often view the Internet as a cloud. You put your data in one place, and it comes out the place you want it to on the other side, with what happens inbetween obscured in the fog. In reality the internet is tens of thousands kilometers of fiber optic cable, hundreds of thousands to millions of kilometers of copper wire, and hardware and software connecting them all together in a redundant, fast, and self-sufficient network. The TCP/IP Model The TCP/IP Model is a specification for computer network protocls. TCP/IP describes the top 4 layers of a 5 layer Internet protocol stack. The first layer is called the Physical layer. The next layer is the Data link layer. The next layer is the Network or Internet layer. The next layer is the Transport layer. The fifth and final layer is the Application layer. Introduction To Network Addressing Binary For people who have never encountered binary, it can seem a little bit intimidating. So: Right? , and and

School Computer Lab Rules Part 1 - Classroom Caboodle Managing Technology in Elementary Schools Why does any teacher need computer lab rules? Now this is “engagement” Because turning your little gremlins loose in an unstructured computer playground is a certain recipe for a migraine headache…and a solemn vow to never try teaching with technology again. We don’t want that, of course; aside from the fact that our students need to learn to use tech effectively, they also love it. Two important notes before we get started First: As more and more testing becomes computer based, it is critical for your students to be exposed to the lab and learn good, ingrained habits for using technology in elementary schools. Second: I’m focused on the lab here because this is a resource that many schools have…and it is the one place in most schools where you are trying to manage 25 to 30 students on their own computers at the same time. Ready for some teaching with technology? Computer Lab Rules I’ll go step-by-step through the process. Before you go Go to Part 2

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