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Select a program below, and click on the VoD icon to view it. If you cannot find the resource you are looking for in this list, check our discontinued series list for distributor contact information. Against All Odds: Inside Statistics Shows students the relevance of statistics in real-world settings. Video series for college and high school classrooms and adult learners. Shows students the relevance of statistics in real-world settings. Algebra: In Simplest Terms A step-by-step look at algebra concepts. America's History in the Making Explore American history from the Pre-Columbian era through Reconstruction in this course for middle and high school teachers. American Cinema Over 150 Hollywood insiders document American culture through film. American Passages: A Literary Survey American literary movements and authors in the context of history and culture. The Art of Teaching the Arts: A Workshop for High School Teachers Art of the Western World Art Through Time: A Global View Calculating Change

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3 Ways To Make Your Writing More Meaningful Writing skills are more important now than ever thanks to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). There is a renewed emphasis on writing skills that will be assessed at every grade level. The key is to make it fun by incorporating some fun activities into their writing to keep them interested and having fun while they learn and improve their writing. Make It Social Social media outlets such as Twitter and Instagram play a huge role in students’ lives, even at the elementary level. Download & Streaming : Moving Image Archive : Internet Archive by Internet Archive collection eye You are invited to view or upload your videos to the Community collection. These thousands of videos were contributed by Archive users and community members. These videos are available for free download.

How Math Is Taught In South Korea As we all know from the results of The Learning Curve 2014, released by Pearson, South Korea’s education system has all rights to be called the best one in the world. Their ability to prepare young people for the workplace in the modern world is something we all should use as the example to follow in our country. Koreans themselves are not impressed with the education system they have, but nevertheless, it does not change the fact this system and its students have been ranked exceptionally high in science, reading and math. Just take a look at the handy infographic below. Taking into account some of the factors that influence such a success of South Korea, there’s definitely something we could learn from them to improve the US education system in general and our math teaching in particular. Why should we pay attention to the ways Koreans teach math in particular, when we want to understand the ways to improve our US education system?

Top 5 Tips For A Blended Classrooms What is a blended classroom? The blended classroom learning model combines face-to-face teaching with technology enhanced instruction. This includes having students use Apps, QR codes, websites, surveys, and videos integrated into the lesson. Effectively and efficiently blending the classroom with these technologies can increase student engagement, motivation and build a sense of community as students collaborate more together. The business world has also shifted into a digital community, and to help prepare students for their future careers, many schools are now a “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) school. With the accessibility of smart devices (phones, kindles, iPads, etc.) and schools going wireless, it’s getting easier and easier for teachers to integrate this technology into their classrooms.

Are College Students Really Obsessed With Technology? Not too long ago, I read a post written by a teacher that said “Our students get younger every year”. While this is obviously not true unless you’re measuring their age in relation to yourself, as you move further and further away from being a student, your students may be harder to ‘get’. Every year, the re:fuel agency College Explorer does a huge study among all types of students in the 18-24 and 25-34 year old age groups.

Trying Out Gamification In the Classroom? These Tools Are For You Getting students actively engaged and learning by leveraging the power of gamification in the classroom is a hot trend these days. The idea of getting students learning, sharing, and laughing by using gamification shows great promise, to be sure. But where should you start in terms of finding the tools that will actually help you out? PBS Learning Media thought it might be useful to give you a little help in that department. Below are just a select number of useful apps and web tools that they’ve curated and know will help any classroom take a different approach to learning about some basic ideas.

3 App Smash Video Projects to Challenge Your Students When app-smashing on iPad, students and teachers use multiple apps to create individual pieces of content that are then merged or smashed together into one culminating product. Applying this concept dramatically increases creative potential, and the rate at which apps are developing allows for new, unique, and dynamic creations to consistently challenge what seemed possible only a few months or weeks ago. The final product involved in app-smashing often lends itself to video, so to kick off the school year, here are a few app-smashing video projects. Animated Paper Videos This video process involves creating drawings offline with paper that will later become animated, include voice-overs, and can be published to the web. Begin the project by creating a set of drawings of either characters, icons or ideas.

Semen is 'good for women's health and helps fight depression' Range of chemicals in semen 'promote mental well-being and feelings of affection', say researchers By Eddie Wrenn Published: 12:40 GMT, 21 August 2012 | Updated: 15:53 GMT, 23 August 2012 Stimulating: Chemicals within semen can fight depression and 'increase affection' Oral sex is good for women's health and makes you feel happier, according to a study which studied the effects of semen's 'mood-altering chemicals'.

Brush Up On Your EdTech Vocabulary With This Cheat Sheet Do you know what a flipped classroom requires? How about a 1:1 classroom? If you’re a regular reader of Edudemic, then you probably are more than informed about what these terms mean and how they’re implemented in modern classrooms.

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