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Outils numériques pour projets d'élèves

Outils numériques pour projets d'élèves

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Welcome to the H5P Community! We will soon integrate an OER Hub in the H5P Authoring tool! Learn more You are here Welcome to the H5P Community! community-icon.png 5 Random Name Generators: The Modern Day Popsicle Sticks – TeachBytes Do you remember in elementary school when your teacher would pull a popsicle stick out of a jar at random with a student’s name on it? And that was the student who was chosen to read their story or feed the goldfish or go to recess first? Well, I still used popsicle sticks in my high school classroom. After all, it’s still the most fair way to decide which student is chosen! But, of course, being the owner of a blog called TeachBytes, I had to amp up my strategy to the 21st century.

MoMA The Museum of Modern Art, New York, United States Founded in 1929, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in midtown Manhattan was the first museum devoted to the modern era. Today MoMA’s rich and varied collection offers a panoramic overview of modern and contemporary art, from the innovative European painting and sculpture of the 1880s to today's film, design, and performance art. From an initial gift of eight prints and one drawing, the collection has grown to include over 150,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, architectural models and drawings, and design objects; approximately 22,000 films and four million film stills; and, in its Library and Archives, over 300,000 books, artist books, and periodicals, and extensive individual files on more than 70,000 artists. Collection highlights include Claude Monet’s Water Lilies, Vincent van Gogh’s The Starry Night, and Pablo Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, along with more recent works by Andy Warhol, Elizabeth Murray, Cindy Sherman, and many others.

5 Best Applications For Adding Mind Maps To Your Presentations Everyday people engaged in different occupations require creating diagrams and models that can represent their ideas, tasks or plans. For example a business professional may require creating an organizational chart for a company or an engineer may need to produce a basic model for his project. One of the best ways to bring out these ideas and to translate them in the form of a diagram is to create a mind map. A mind map can be used to portray an idea in the form of a diagram or model which can provide an overview of the task at hand or the structure of an organization, production process, business plan or the like. In this post we will explore a few of the best desktop and web based mind mapping applications that you can use to visualize your ideas and to add them to your presentations. 1.

Flotilla - Mega Treasure Chest Starter Kit - Pimoroni This is the big one, the bee's knees, the bling king (or queen), the ultimate Flotilla kit! You'll get fourteen Flotilla modules, three complete kits - our audibly offensive Noisemaker synth, a cute little paper-craft mood light, and an all-singing, all-dancing line-following robot - as well as eight other super-simple Cookbook recipes to get you up and running in two turns of a ship's wheel. The Mega Treasure Chest includes the following modules: Colour: ideal for using in line-following robots, detecting fruits, or sorting M&M's!

Best Apps for Teaching & Learning 2016 Comic Life 3 by plasq LLC Level: Upper Elementary, Middle, and High SchoolPlatform: iOS Website Now an app, Comic Life 3 is the ultimate tool for turning your images into a comic. It has everything you need to make a stunning photo comic -- fonts, templates, panels, balloons, captions, photo filtering effects, and lettering art. November 2017: Web-ulous tools, part 2 Back in March of 2014, my Kathy’s Katch blog post highlighted some of my favorite online tools– Google Docs Story Builder, Magisto, Pixiclip, Thinglink, and Narrable. Story Builder and Narrable are gone. Thinglink has expanded into the VR arena. Magisto is now a paid service.

Aegirocassis - a 480m-year-old marine animal This extinct marine animal lived 480 million years ago during the early Ordovician - an ancient geological period. An aegirocassis fossil was discovered in the Fezouata formation in Morocco, along with other animals typical of this period. The aegirocassis’ closest relative is the famous predator, anomalocaris, which had a round mouth and strange tentacle-like limbs. The mouth of aegirocassis was capable of a dramatic transformation, forming a strange mesh densely covered with hairs. Scientists think this made the animal the oldest large filter feeder, hundreds of millions of years before whales and large sharks, which catch their prey by filtering it from vast quantities of seawater.

24 Essential Mind Mapping and Brainstorming Tools Mind mapping is the process of using visual diagrams to show the relationships between ideas or information. Its popular uses include project planning, collecting and organizing thoughts, brainstorming and presentations — all in order to help solve problems, map out resources and uncover new ideas. It can be more useful than trying to keep track of our ideas by scribbling them on paper, and can aid in manipulating and generating concepts. We've compiled a list of 24 mind mapping tools to help you organize, summarize and visualize information, with both free and paid versions available to suit any budget or requirement. The tools mentioned are either browser- or desktop-based, with a selection of mind mapping mobile apps at the end of the article for use on iOS and Android devices. Is there a particular mind mapping tool you would recommend?

Control Alt Achieve: 10 Terrific Tools for Teachers National Teacher Appreciation Day is celebrated on Tuesday of the First Full Week in May (for 2016 it is May 3rd). In honor of the day and all the awesome things educators do, this blog post highlights ten Google-related tools to makes the lives of teachers better. These tools include Chrome Web Apps, Chrome Web Extensions, and Add-ons for Google Drive programs.

Webinars Jurgen Wagner E4.512-pqrs: Fuel Engagement with Humour06. 03. 2017 | 19:00h - 20:30h CETRita Zeinstejer / Host. Peggy Georgeaccess link: Apart from the fun factor, humour can : • be an effective way to engage students and activate learning• allow the student to feel a part of the class and possibly contribute without losing face, feeling exposed or vulnerable• be of particular importance in a communicative classroom, where the accent is on verbal authentic communication, participation and interaction.

Three Random Name Selectors If your students are like mine, at one point or another you've asked for volunteers and not had any students raise their hands. In that situation using a random name selection tool is an easy way to choose students to call on. And for those times when all of your students raise their hands for something fun like being the line leaders, the a random name selector is a convenient tool to have at your disposal too. The Great Exhibition Virtual Tour - Hyde Park The south side of Hyde Park was the site of the Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations in 1851. Organised by Prince Albert, the event lasted only five and a half months but during this time it showcased the industrial and cultural advances that characterised Victoria's reign, and welcomed over six million visitors. The exhibition and its exhibits were housed in an enormous temporary glass structure which became known as the “Crystal Palace”. Thanks to today's technology, you can now take a virtual tour of the Crystal Palace to get a feel for the scale of it, admire its beautiful and innovative design, and discover amazing facts about the exhibition it housed.

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