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BILINGUAL CLASS: C.E.I.P. SAN MIGUEL. ARMILLA.: "Plickers" integrado en CLIL #gamificación * (Use the translator of the page if it is needed)¿Quieres conseguir seguimiento individualizado del aprendizaje de tu alumnado en clase? Muchas veces el trabajo de clase y la evaluación de un niño o una niña puede resultar tedioso, así como algunas actividades que se integran en clase si son sistemáticas y aburridas. Plickers ofrece una nueva fórmula para despertar el interés de los pequeños de una forma divertida y dinámica; al menos eso es lo que hemos estado tratando en las clase de ‘Natural and Social Science’ de 3º de Primaria. Afortunadamente, gracias a la tecnología digital de hoy día, los maestros podemos analizar y observar la evolución del aprendizaje a través de herramientas como ésta. El uso de Plickers, así como de Kahoot, ya es una realidad en la actividad de clase. Os dejo este tutorial de EdTech Tidbits que os puede servir de mucha ayuda: ¡Gamificación en el aula!

Search and download public domain images: photos, posters, books. Millions of free images. Elia Bombardelli Vediamo cosa sono le proporzioni e come fare a trovare il termine incognito. Parleremo inoltre delle proprietà delle proporzioni e vedremo alcuni esempi di problemi risolvibili con proporzioni 😉 Le proporzioni si incontrano la prima volta alle scuole medie ma capita di utilizzarle frequentemente anche alle scuole superiori. Le principali proprietà delle proporzioni di cui parleremo sono la proprietà fondamentale, la proprietà del permutare, la proprietà del comporre, la proprietà dello scomporre e la proprietà dell'invertire. Trovi altri video su proporzioni e percentuali nella playlist✔ Follow me on Facebook & Instagram, it's the cool thing to do these days ;)✔ Informazioni sulle videolezioni ed elenco completo✔ L'attrezzatura in cui ho investito per creare i video✔ Grazie a tutti per i MI PIACE, le ISCRIZIONI ed i COMMENTI =)

VOAHA II: Virtual Oral/Aural History Archive People have been crossing the border that now exists between the United States and Mexico since before either of them became a nation. That crossing continues, sometimes in conformity with the laws of both countries, and sometimes not. When railroad tracks were laid on both sides of the border, and then across it, the flow of people increased. Transportation, manufacturing and agriculture expanded in the American southwest at the same time that the Mexican Revolution of 1910 was beginning. One of the places those Mexican emigrants found jobs in the early part of the twentieth century was on ranches and farms in southern California. After the violence of the Mexican Revolution subsided, Mexicans continued coming to the United States. Catalogue SUDOC

The Top 42 Widgets To Add To Your Blog’s Sidebar Did you know that the fastest and easiest way to add new features to your blog is by adding widgets into the sidebar? Widgets are also a great way to personalize your blog and help it stand out from all of the others. Here is a list of the 42 most popular and most useful widgets used on class blogs, student blogs and personal educator blogs. We’ve set up a Widget Demo blog so you can check out most of these widgets in one handy location to see how they look in action! Scroll down to the bottom of this post for more instructions on how to add widgets to your blog. Authors Author widgets are a handy way of displaying information about yourself or providing a link to posts by different authors on a shared blog or individual student blogs. – Pulls your profile information, and a small screenshot of it, into your sidebar.Author widget – Provides a handy link to authors’ posts on a group blog. Clocks and Calendars Helpful for Readers Miscellaneous Multimedia Reading Talking Avatars

VanGoYourself | Recreate artworks with your friends TeacherTube Hanover Historical Texts Collection The Hanover Historical Texts Collection makes available digital versions of historical texts for use in history and humanities courses. Search by keyword, or browse the listings below. The faculty and students of the Hanover College History Department initiated the Hanover Historical Texts Project in 1995, at a time when few primary sources were available outside of published anthologies. To make primary texts readily available for classroom use, they selected important documents, scanned print versions that were out of copyright, converted the scans into HTML format, proofread the resulting documents to correct OCR errors, edited them to provide page breaks, page numbers, and bibliographical information, and posted them online. We have since expanded the collection to include transcriptions of manuscript material from the Hanover College archives. Most of the texts in the Hanover Historical Texts Collection are in public domain. Ancient Greece and Rome Medieval Europe Early Modern Europe Easily Turn Google Spreadsheets into Flashcards and Other Cool Stuff