WFP | Programma Alimentare Mondiale - Combatte la fame nel mondo 5 Awesome Examples of how Students Can Use iBooks Author for Learning iBooks Author is still making the news in the educational sphere. This is probably the first mobile app to be embraced wholly in education in such a short time since its release. After posting a simple and guided tutorial on how teachers can use the different services of iBooks Author , today I am sharing with you some hands-on examples of what students can actually do with it. TES has recently featured some awesome videos of young students doing amazing things with iBooks Author. I ams sharing them with you below in case you want to show your own students. Just click on any title below to be directed to a page where you will watch the corresponding video. 1- iBook Author: Creating Study Cards 2- iBook Author : Creating Interactive Quizzes 3- iBook Author: Image Galleries 4- iBooks Author : Adding Interactive Images 5-iBooks Author : Video Widget
Perché Simulazioni di lavoro 1. History Simulations Engage Students Students that have problems paying attention or staying focused because they find History boring or that have ADD or ADHD, seem to really get involved in the simulations. Barkley says that interesting, challenging and meaningful experiences are more apt to keep students with ADHD motivated and engaged. Since students with ADHD function in the realm of the immediate, he says they may not work for delayed rewards such as grades: the reward must be in the task itself. History Simulations are sometimes the "hook" you need to get students engaged and more involved. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Articles and Research on the Effectiveness of Simulations Focus on Effectiveness: Simulations & Games Kurt Squire: Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Simulations, Games and Learning, By Diana Oblinger Strategy Games In The Classroom
Live Stream School Events to Boost Community Outreach New Milford High School graduation Credit: We exist in a world where almost everything in real time is streaming online -- from concerts and sporting events to breaking world news eight time zones away. Technology has truly made the world a smaller place. Yet schools are slow to catch the technologies available for streaming, due to shrinking budgets, personnel cutbacks and training voids. As your school lays the groundwork for the upcoming year, the adoption of live-streaming a few of your significant events might be a good topic to propose at the first Home and School Meeting this August. Free and Available Tech Tools On June 20th, New Milford High School held its annual graduation ceremony in New Milford, New Jersey. While Eric is a leader in the ed-tech world, live-streaming special events at schools doesn't have to be costly, nor does it require a tech guru to make it happen. Knapp Elementary parent & staff meeting Reaching the Community
Gesù Cristo alla homepage Rejesus |: | Volti di Gesù Please bookmark this module: Full gallery Click one of the images below to see a larger version and to read the story behind the picture. Black Jesus Jesus of Nazareth Light of the World Ruler of Creation Bar Code Jesus The Guru Shroud of Turin Forensic Image The Revolutionary Catacombs Christ Rasta Jesus Eastern Icon Laughing Liberator Back to the topBookmark this page: Document-Based Whole-Class Discussion What Is It? Document-based whole-class discussion is a classroom activity where students engage in the interpretation and reconciliation of multiple historical documents. Rather than a heated debate, the classroom dynamic resembles a deliberative seminar, where the teacher plays an active role in facilitating student participation. Rationale The value of document-based whole-class discussion is threefold: Speech is an important scaffold for academic writing; students who observe and participate in discussions where they are expected to substantiate their claims with textual evidence are better prepared to do so in their writing. Description The importance of the teacher’s role in leading effective discussion about historical documents cannot be overstated. Students love to talk and debate, but without effective facilitation, many will: 1) make claims without reference to documentary evidence and 2) evaluate or judge historical actors and events by present-day standards. Teacher Preparation
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10 Assessments You Can Perform In 90 Seconds Good assessment is frequent assessment. Any assessment is designed to provide a snapshot of student understand—the more snapshots, the more complete the full picture of knowledge. On its best day, an assessment will be 100% effective, telling you exactly what a student understands. More commonly, the return will be significantly lower as the wording of questions, the student’s sense of self-efficacy, or other factors diminish their assessment performance. It sounds obvious, but a student is a human being with an entire universe of personal problems, distraction, and related challenges in recalling the information in the form the assessment demands. This makes a strong argument for frequent assessment, as it can be too easy to over-react and “remediate” students who may be banging against the limits of the assessment’s design rather than their own understanding. Simple Assessments The word “simple” here is misleading. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Draw what you do understand. 10.