Brain Teasers A girl called GL lives on the eleventh floor of a block of flats. Every morning when she goes to work she takes the lift down to the ground floor. When she comes home in the afternoon, she presses the button for the eighth floor and walks up the last three flights of stairs. Peer-on-Peer Abuse Course descriptionThought-provoking case studies and scenarios to strengthen participant’s knowledge of peer-on-peer abuseAn additional peer-on-peer abuse toolkitAdditional resources to expand learningAnswer explanations for those who achieve the pass mark Buy as a standalone course This course costs £16.00 excl.
Coronavirus (COVID 19): list of online education resources for home education We have brought together an initial list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home. These websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages. The list includes subject-specific resources for: 7 Must Have Digital Literacy Apps, Tools, and Resources - The Tech Edvocate Teaching in a digital world, while essential, can be a difficult task. The digital world is constantly evolving, and it can be hard to keep up with new trends. And while students often enter the classroom with a high degree of digital awareness, it is often confined to the world of social media. How then, do educators learn about digital literacy, so they can model and teach it to their students? Thankfully, there are tons of apps, tools, and resources that can help. We decided to profile the best ones.
Here are the restaurants across our area still serving food (WHSV) — On March 23, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam ordered the closure of many non-essential businesses and required others to either enforce the state's 10-patron limit and social distancing requirements or close. (Justin Henry / CC BY 2.0) When it comes to restaurants, they have all been required to close their dining rooms, but service can continue through delivery, drive-thru, or pickup services, which are considered safe options for receiving food amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
BATTLESHIP: IRREGULAR VERBS Much to learn, you still have. – Joda. Despite the evidence that the number of irregular verbs is declining in the English language, there is no danger they will disappear, and the struggle will continue. There are many attempts to find a shortcut in learning irregular verbs, yet with all the options and “magic tricks” available, learning these verbs requires much memorization, drilling and practice. Today I will show how I use the Battleship game to drill and practise irregular verbs in a fun way. Before the game: Each player will need two 10×10 grids – one with irregular verbs in each square, and one blank grid.
Dina Goldstein's Fallen Princesses shows Disney's Snow White and Cinderella unhappily ever after Snow White's failed marriage, an alcoholic Cinderella and an obese Red Riding Hood: Cynical photo series shows Disney princesses living unhappily ever after By Margot Peppers Published: 15:13 EDT, 6 August 2013 | Updated: 03:27 EDT, 7 August 2013 Fairy tales would have you believe that every princess has a happy ending, but one photographer's striking series challenges that notion. Fallen Princesses, a project by Vancouver, Canada-based photographer Dina Goldstein, shows Snow White, Jasmine, Pocahontas and other iconic characters succumbing to tragic fates including cancer, alcoholism and unhappy marriages.
The ECML launches a treasure chest of resources for learners, parents and teachers in times of Covid-19 Are you a parent struggling to find motivating activities to support your child’s language development at home? Or a language teacher adapting your pedagogy to online delivery? Perhaps you are a student, who would like to use this opportunity to have some fun while working on your language skills? If so, the new ECML treasure chest is for you. With special thanks to the creativity and dedication of the “EOL” project team – Learning environments where modern languages flourish – and the “ILLEY” project team – Inspiring language learning in the early years – as well as with input from other language professionals involved in ECML activities, a treasure chest is currently being created where learners, parents and teachers can find precious gems – state-of-the-art resources which lend themselves to the current challenges of learning and teaching at home and online. We will continue to refine the contents of this treasure chest in the coming days and weeks.
What the flip? Exploring technologies to support a flipped classroom by @katessoper A flipped classroom is one where the lectures become the homework and the traditional homework tasks take place in the lesson time. This enables students to attend sessions with an understanding of the subject and to conceptualise and build upon it through doing exercises in class, with you, as the tutor, on hand to answer questions and explore the topic in more detail. This moves the tutor from the “sage on the stage, to the guide on the side” (King, 1993). This is a re-blog post by Kate Soper and published with kind permission.
Six Age-Appropriate Books and Resources for Teaching Kids about COVID-19 - MindShift Schools are closed, teachers are adapting to distance learning, and many parents are juggling child care with remote work. Meanwhile, kids are at home navigating lots of news, as well as plenty of hoaxes, about the global pandemic that has radically altered their days. What do they need to know to understand current events without being overwhelmed? “We always recommend that kids get their information about the news from important adults, not directly from the news,” said Jamie Howard, a senior clinical psychologist in the Anxiety Disorders Center at the Child Mind Institute and the director of the Center’s Trauma and Resilience Service. Here are six age-appropriate books, videos and lesson plans that teachers and parents can use to help young people understand COVID-19 and its effects. A Kids Book About Coronavirus by Malia Jones
Educational Games We have a variety of educational games including word, puzzle, math, geography, arcade, sports, and typing games. Some are educational games (i.e math, geography, etc.) and some are just for fun (i.e. arcade, sports). The games above provided by Ducksters are relatively simple games that are generally puzzle or educational games. They can be enjoyed by most students of all ages. We are always looking into adding new games, so check back often.
SANTA CLAUS AT CLAUS.COM Santa Claus has the Village full of new fun this year for both kids and parents. Check your Naughty or Nice rating on the new Nice-O-Meter ™. Visit the new Toy Workshop to choose your personal Elf Buddy and see the most incredible Toy Making Machine yet. At Santa's House, see him playing basketball and having snowball fights on the The Santa Show. You can even listen to original Claus.com Christmas songs and see a fully animated cartoon! Play with the reindeer in the new Reindeer Barn.
Online Learning Resources - National Geographic Learning - NGL ELT National Geographic Learning is committed to bringing learning to life - in person, and online. We want to help teachers continue to bring the world to their learners, no matter where they are. This site is updated regularly with new webinars, training videos, blog posts and other free professional development resources to help you make the transition to teaching online. Free teaching resources are now available to help you talk about COVID-19 with your young learners and teens. 47+ Alternatives to Using YouTube in the Classroom . However, many teachers cannot access YouTube in their classrooms. That is why I originally wrote what became one of the most popular posts to ever appear on . That post is now fourteen months old and I've come across more alternatives in that time.