18 FREE Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers inShare31 The world of e learning is changing rapidly. Recently, we have had an overdose of online tools that make teaching easier, apparently! DePaul University Teaching Commons On this site you will find a range of practical and pedagogical resources, from learning how to access your course roster to discovering professional development programs available to faculty and staff at DePaul. The Teaching Commons is a collaboration between academic partners across the university, and we are happy to facilitate the exchange of teaching strategies and materials. If you have something you'd like to share, please email us at email@example.com. DePaul Teaching and Learning Conference - Friday, May 5th, 2017 The theme of this year's conference, “Beyond Grades – Capturing Authentic Learning,” invites participants to think about student learning as the primary indicator of teaching effectiveness. Learn More
How to Create an Infographic in Under an Hour [10 Free Infographic Templates] Wouldn't it be great if creating infographics was as simple as writing regular ol' text-based blog posts? Unfortunately, the reality is that making visual content like this usually takes a lot more time, effort, and let's face it -- skill -- than the written word. Usually.
10 Breadboard Projects For Beginners Before you start making the projects, you should understand the functioning of every project to know what are you really doing. For this you need to know about important electronics components used in a circuit. So here is a brief description of all the electronic components used in the projects. I have left the ones that are not used in the projects and are too complicated to understand. Check out randofo's Basic Electronics guide that teaches you almost everything about basic electronics. (1) Resistor: 50 Essential Resources for ESL Students Learning a new language is always daunting, especially when that language is as full of weird rules and contradictions as English. Even native speakers sometimes have trouble mastering the nuances of tense and grammar. Fortunately, if English is not your first language, there are a variety of ESL resources online to help you master the English language. From speaking to writing, these tools will help you get a handle on English and give direction to your education and career.
Using OKMindMap for Moodle and Educational Purposes (Full video transcript) Welcome to Moodlenews.com A resource site for all Moodle-related news, tutorials, video, course content information and original resources. If you're new here, you may want to subscribe: RSS feed| Weekly Email Newsletter | Moodle News Twitter Thanks for visiting! Dr Ho of Kongju University has produced a series of Youtube videos that show the features of OKMindMap cloud-based service. In his latest June 2012 videos, Dr.
Programme of Study - Barefoot Computing Barefoot Computing All our resources are mapped to the computer science aspects of the computing programme of study. You will find these statements below, broken down into shorter statements. You can find out more about our resources here. Click on a link below to find out about the underlying computer science concepts you need to know about for the statement and access exemplar teaching activities to use with your class. We will be adding more resources regularly! Podcasting Toolbox: 70+ Podcasting Tools and Resources Podcasting may not have lived up to the early hype, but with iPods and other MP3 players still selling like crazy, the potential audience for these audio shows is huge. We've compiled a monster list of 70+ tools and resources for podcasters and wannabes. Podcast Creation Guides How To Create a Podcast - About.com's step-by-step tutorial for podcast beginners.iLounge Guide to Podcast Creation - another guide for creating your own podcast for absolute beginners.Podcasting Legal Guide - find about legal issues relevant to podcasting in this Creative Commons guide.
TPRS and Krashen’s theories of SLA TPRS was developed by Blaine Ray who was “converted” when he discovered James Asher’s TPR – Total Physical Response – method of teaching a second (or foreign) language. Then he found students got bored with commands after a while, so he started telling stories and asking students for input on the details of the stories, and found it worked and was fun, and called it TPR Storytelling. Well, it’s not really Total Physical Response, and actually Ray’s since changed the name so that “TPRS” now stands for Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling. It was only later that Ray (and others) came across Krashen’s theories of second language acquisition, and found therein lots of support for what they were doing, as well as pointers for improvement.
How to Teach Computing: An Introduction to Concepts, Tools and Resources for Secondary Teachers "Coding is like the new literacy!" Neelie Kroes, Vice President of the European Commission. Annoyed of students being distracted by their mobile phones? Tired of seeing students falling asleep after a night of gaming? Let's turn our students from passive consumers of technology into active producers of technology.