background preloader



Related:  Flipped Classroom

Edpuzzle Ideas in Foreign Language - Srta Spanish Edpuzzle is a website that allows you to insert questions to videos you link or upload. It is one of my favorite practice or assessment tools. You can use a video you find on the internet, or you can upload your own video and work from there! Essentially, the students watch a video you choose and you can insert questions to check their understanding. This can be used for almost anything you can imagine! Edpuzzle Practice Edmonton High School Creates Perennial Food Forest « GFSA News Posted by gfsa in Countdown to P2S, The How To's. trackback Since February, I have been fortunate enough to work with students at Jasper Place High School to create a perennial food forest system in the school’s largest courtyard.

About Us - Asana We strive to be unswervingly self-aware, which facilitates being intentional about how we act, what we do, and how to constantly improve. Equanimity (over Suffering) ⋮ We approach work with calmness and composure, even (or especially) when things get hard. Google Meet Add-Ons and Updates If you’ve adopted Google Meet as your standard web conferencing tool, you may have encountered a few challenges. In this blog entry, we’ll explore a few Google Chrome extensions that can improve your Meet experience. Did You Know? Sign up for one of our Google Certified Educator certifications. You’ll learn about more than Google Meet, as well as earn 12 CPE hours per course. Use these courses to get Google Educator certified.

EDpuzzle Interactive Video Lesson - At the Travel Agent's - The English Blog I often use videos in class, but sometimes I like to take my EM Normandie students to the multimedia lab so they can work on a video in more depth at their own pace. Of course, you can always provide a printed worksheet, but I find it's more effective and motivating to create an interactive video with integrated questions, comments, and feedback. There are several sites that allow you to do that (Zaption and PlayPosit, for example), but to make this video I used Edpuzzle, which is easy to use and free.

Dustin Bajer's Page - Edmonton Permaculture Since February, I've been working with students and staff at JasperPlace High School to create a self maintaing food forest in theschool's largest courtyard. Made up of over 70 different perennialedible plant species (started from seed in the school greenhouse) andmodelled after a forest ecosystem, the courtyard garden is capable ofbuilding soil, increasing biodiversity, producing an abundance of foodfor the culinary program, and providing a cross-curricular leaningspace. Though we've had a lot of success in such a short time, there is stillplenty of work to be done. Most crucially, programs such as JPPermaculture need your help letting educators, policy makers, and thegeneral public know about the amazing potential of permaculture andschool gardening projects. The more people we can get on board, themore successful the program will be!

Step 2: identify performance objectives, determinants and finally change objectives Step 2 provides the foundation for the intervention by specifying who and what will change as a result of the intervention. The product of Step 2 is a set of matrices of selected ecological levels (i.e., individual through societal) that combines performance objectives for each level with selected personal and external determinants to produce change objectives, the most immediate target of an intervention. In order to develop performance objectives beyond the individual, roles are identified at each selected ecological level. Statements of what must be changed at each ecological level and who must make the change, are more specific intervention foci than are traditional program goals and objectives. In Step 2 the planner completes the following tasks:

You searched for Google Meet Need to share videos into Google Classroom or Seesaw? You’re not the only teacher who needs to put a quick tutorial video together for students. Here are some strategies that other educators recommend around the topics of video storage, sharing and creation tools and tips, as well as how to share videos in Seesaw and Google Classroom. Storing Videos in the Cloud Trade School : Learning Spaces that Run on Barter by Trade School started three years ago as a project between friends. Today, it's becoming a global movement for community, connection, and educational justice. From Singapore to Jamaica, Guadalajara to Milan, people are using Trade School to organize learning spaces based on mutual respect. Help us build an open source software platform to share with local Trade School chapters around the world. Trade School is a learning space that runs on barter.

Christopher Simmons General Thinking Course Edward De Bono Facts On File, 1994 (Revised Edition) The FountainheadAyn Rand NAL-Dutton, 1996 Intro to Statistics (ST101) When does the course begin? This class is self paced. You can begin whenever you like and then follow your own pace. It’s a good idea to set goals for yourself to make sure you stick with the course. How long will the course be available? This class will always be available! Flipped Classroom: The Full Picture for Higher Education The Flipped Classroom, as most know, has become quite the buzz in education. Its use in higher education has been given a lot of press recently. The purpose of this post is to: Provide background for this model of learning with a focus on its use in higher education.Identify some problems with its use and implementation that if not addressed, could become just a fading fad.Propose a model for implementation based on an experiential cycle of learning model. Background About the Flipped Classroom This first section provides information from various articles that describe the flipped classroom, and how it is being discussed and used in educational settings.

How an Olympic flop can inspire innovation - Ask the Fedcoach Posted at 11:32 AM ET, 07/26/2012 Jul 26, 2012 03:32 PM EDT TheWashingtonPost (Andy Lyons - GETTY IMAGES) Are you familiar with the Fosbury Flop? In the 1960s, a track and field athlete named Dick Fosbury developed a new high jump technique because he consistently failed to clear the bar using traditional methods.