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The Best Videos For Educators In 2011

The Best Videos For Educators In 2011
This is always one of my favorite year-end lists to do….. You might also be interested in: Part Two Of The Best Videos For Educators — 2010 The Ten Best Videos For Educators — 2010 And you might also want to see The Best Funny Videos Showing The Importance Of Being Bilingual — Part One and The Best Videos Illustrating Qualities Of A Successful Language Learner. Here are my choices for The Best Videos For Educators In 2011: The World Wildlife Fund created this amazing forty second video: The world is where we live from WWF on Vimeo. It publicizes another pretty impressive creation of theirs — My World. Here are two amazing videos taken from The International Space Station: Daniel Pink was recently interviewed on a local Washington, D.C. television show along with a local university official. Near the end of the extensive Bloom’s Taxonomy lesson I describe in my book, I show some fun videos demonstrating the thinking levels through scenes from Star Wars and Pirates of the Caribbean. Related:  Video Resources for Educators

Twenty Movies Every Educator Should See Image credit: iStockphoto These are the top 20 movies every educator should watch. While every movie is not specifically about educators, there is definitely something to take away from each. These movies are not listed in order of importance, just the order they came to me. Each title is linked to their IMDB page. Summer School Mark Harmon tries to be the teacher he is not and only succeeds in reaching his students when he is the teacher they need him to be. Lean on Me Morgan Freeman plays Joe Clark, the principal who is willing to do anything it takes to help make his school safe and create an environment for all students to learn. Ferris Bueller's Day Off As a teacher, this movie is a bit funnier when you think about the things Ferris is able to pull off and the craziness Edward Rooney, the principal, must have had to deal with to push him over the edge. Dead Poets Society One of the main reasons I wanted to be an English Teacher my captain, my captain.

Bancos de recursos gratuitos En esta sección encontrarás bancos, galerías y colecciones de sonidos, fotografías, ilustraciones, animaciones, vídeos, iconos y símbolos de uso libre o con licencias Creative Commons para utilizar en tus trabajos y proyectos didácticos. Bancos de recursos multimedia Banco de recursos multimedia (ISFTIC). Es un sitio creado para estimular y facilitar la creación de materiales didácticos. En él podrás encontrar fotografías, ilustraciones, sonidos, animaciones, vídeos y símbolos relacionados con las áreas y materias de las distintas etapas y niveles educativos.Internet Archive. Bancos y colecciones de recursos gratuitos solo audio Soungle.com. Bancos y colecciones de imágenes gratuitas Iconspedia . Bancos y colecciones de imágenes + texto Earth from Space (NASA). Videotecas y colecciones de vídeos YoutubeGoogle vídeo, Metacafe son otros proveedores de vídeos.Focus on Animation (National Film Board of Canada) es una web dedicada al mundo de la animación.

Teachers' Guide - Growing Up Online | Teacher Center | FRONTLINE About the Film: FRONTLINE takes viewers inside the private worlds that kids are creating online, raising important questions about how the Internet is transforming the experience of adolescence. At school, teachers are trying to figure out how to reach a generation that no longer reads books or newspapers. Fear of online predators has led teachers and parents to focus primarily on keeping kids safe online. About the Resources FRONTLINE had developed materials for teachers, parents and kids to accompany Growing Up Online. Watching the Film: Teachers can either assign the film for viewing as homework or show the film in class. A Note to Teachers: Although any teacher can use these lessons, library/media specialists, media teachers and teachers of health, sociology, English and history should find that these activities lead to meaningful student-based research and lively discussion. Discussion Questions: Featured Lesson Plan: How Did MySpace Become Your Space? Lesson Objectives: Students will:

6 excelentes sitios para resolver problemas de matemáticas y graficar Si bien es cierto que las tareas se dejan para aprender y la idea de los ejercicios es desarrollar la capacidad mental a través de la búsqueda de sus soluciones, de vez en cuando nos encontramos con ciertos atemorizantes grafos en lenguaje extraterrestre que pueden hacer necesaria un poco de ayuda. También puede ser que necesitemos comparar las respuestas para ver las equivocaciones o ejecutar tareas dispendiosas que sólo quitan tiempo valioso para su aplicación en la vida real. En fin, sea cual sea el motivo, las herramientas para solucionarlo están hechas y basta apenas revisarlas, ni siquiera instalarlas porque ya están online. Discovery Webmath Discovery Education es un excelente programa de enseñanza digno de la calidad de los documentales de Discovery, el canal de TV, y una de sus mejores herramientas es una para solucionar problemas matemáticos con explicaciones paso a paso que destacan por su alto material gráfico para un más sencillo aprendizaje. Mathway EEweb Sage Wolfram Alpha

9 Great Animation and Video Creation Tools Integrated with YouTube for Teachers You might have wondered how those beautiful animated videos you see on YouTube are made. Sometimes you think people use expensive software ( well some do especially advertising companies ) but most of them are created using simple and free tools but with so much of creativity. Today I am introducing you to an awesome set of tools that are integrated into youTube and that will allow you to easily create videos without needing cameras or having to upload files or do any editing. They are very self explanatory and you can have a great video to share with your students in less than 10 minutes. If you use YouTube with your students then don't miss These Educational YouTube Tools. check them out they are also great. 1- GoAnimate This is a fun app that lets you make animated videos for free in just 10 minutes and without having to draw.You can even create your own cast of characters. 2- WeVideo 3- Vix-Video effects and text 4-Xtranormal Movie Maker 5- Stupeflix Video Maker 6- Vbop

Printing Press The interactive Printing Press is designed to assist students in creating newspapers, brochures, and flyers. Teachers and students can choose from several templates to publish class newspapers, informational brochures, and flyers announcing class events. Text added to the templates can be modified using a simple WYSIWYG editor, which allows students to choose text features, such as font size and color. Documentation for the Printing Press includes instructions for using the tool. Customized versions of the tool, which include additional instructions and more focused choices, are included with some lessons. A basic planning sheet is available to help students gather ideas before working on this interactive tool. Grades K – 12 | Student Interactive | Writing & Publishing Prose Stapleless Book The Stapleless Book can be used for taking notes while reading, making picture books, collecting facts, or creating vocabulary booklets . . . the possibilities are endless! Flip Book Shared Writing

Khan Academy Comic creators 35 Sources for Curated Educational Videos Like explorers approaching an unfamiliar landscape, teachers who are ready to take the plunge into flipped classrooms and blended learning often approach the opportunity with a mix of excitement and trepidation. Just dipping a toe into the virtual waters of online content can be overwhelming, and there’s a risk that even the most fearless educator can become paralyzed by the bottomless depths of content and endless pools of resources. While many teachers begin by creating their own content and videos, most start by sifting through free online sources. The amount of available information out there is staggering. YouTube users across the globe upload 48 hours of content every minute. And a google search for “science video” yields over 4 billion results! Fortunately, there are some great websites and services that take the guesswork out of finding and sorting educational video content.

100 Awesome Classroom Videos to Learn New Teaching Techniques With so many good teachers out there, it’s fortunate they can share their knowledge via video on the Internet. From the funny to the poignant, these glimpses into the lives of teachers and their students will keep you entertained while learning a little something as well. Whether you are a new teacher storing up tips and tricks or an experienced teacher who could just use a fresh perspective, you are sure to find something helpful among these videos. The Basics Reading, storytelling, math, and science all get coverage with these videos that show how some Teaching Storytelling in the Classroom. Myst ‘Exile’ in the Classroom. The Arts From visual arts to music to drama, these videos will offer suggestions and stimulate creativity when teaching art to your students. Footprint dancing at the Nest. Getting Physical Movement doesn’t have to be reserved just for PE class. Student Body: Classroom Exercises Make Learning Lively. Education and Technology Turning on Technology: Ferryway School.

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