grammar tips termium Peck's English Pointers Accueil > TERMIUM Plus® > Peck's English Pointers > Table of Contents La zone de recherche et les fonctionnalités DIY TV Win the chance to get your animation shown on Cartoon Network! This contest is for folks 17 and under. More info: 100 Best YouTube Videos for Teachers Although YouTube has been blocked from many/most schools, for obvious reasons and not so obvious ones. YouTube does provide great resources and content for teachers and students. View the list of the Top 100 Videos for Teachers.
Math Tutorial Music Videos Middle School students are working hard on their Math Wiki. They are using a variety of tools to create tutorials (Garageband, SmartBoard Notebook, PowerPoint, Animoto). Their latest creation to be embedded into the Wiki were Animoto Music Videos. They created PowerPoint slides, then exported them as jpg files to be imported into Wiki were Animoto Students are learning presentation skills and tools as they are designing the slides to create specific tutorials for math definitions and concepts they are learning in class. “By learning you will teach;by teaching you will understand.” ~ Latin Proverb To teach is to learn twice.
Technology for Teaching. Made Simple. Add a Lesson For Teachers myKnowmia over 30,000 video lessons from great teachers Search for a topic ... Already a Knowmia user? The role of videos in the teaching and learning of content in a foreign language The role of videos in the teaching and learning of content in a foreign language Letizia Cinganotto, Daniela Cuccurullo Abstract This paper stems from the increasing role CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) methodology is playing in the Italian schools, having been introduced by a Reform Law (Decrees 88/89 dated 2010) in the upper secondary school curricula. The added value of CLIL to the quality of our curricula has been pointed out by the European Commission in different reports and official documents.
SmarterEveryDay Twitter SmarterEveryDay Loading... STEAM YouTube Channels for Elementary Kids A homeschool reader wrote to ask me my recommendations for educational YouTube channels. Which is a really fantastic question — and deserves a few blog posts, don’t you think? Let’s start with the best S.T.E.A.M. Using iPads During Math Stations I am continually trying to think of ways to use the iPads in a producing or student creation way, rather than a "lets play a game" kind of way. I am also trying to be as paperless as possible this year, so using the iPads is a win, win situation. I share the 20 iPads with another teacher so in all honesty, I only have 10 during math and I usually use 4 with my guided math groups, which leaves me 6 for math stations. My students are partnered up and do 2 stations a day. I have 10 stations that I change every 2 weeks.
Free Tool to Create Interactive Assignments and Track Learner Performance Knowmia has supported so many teachers flipping their classrooms, it’s especially popular in U.S. We’ve covered their free iPad App – Knowmia Teach (iTunes link), which can replace the paid App – Explain Everything. And it’s not just a video recording tool, it connects to a whole lot more support for teachers! In case you aren’t aware of their free resources for creating dynamic lessons, here they are: Inspiration Corner : featuring a wide range of video lessons from teachers who have used Knowmia Teach and other lesson creation tools; How-To Guide : helping teachers create quality video lessons including a list of tools and their pros and cons
The Lecture Lectures are a common teaching strategy in universities. However, to reduce the risk of encouraging students to adopt a reproduction approach to their learning we need to move beyond a merely transmission model of teaching. To encourage higher levels of thinking and reasoning lectures need to be designed to encourage students to utilise and build on their existing understanding and transform what they hear into their own ways of knowing and thinking. This site offers strategies to do so. Resources
storybots The StoryBots are coming to Netflix! Tune in August 12 to follow Beep, Bing, Bang, Boop and Bo as they help answer kids' biggest questions on the new Netflix original series, "Ask the StoryBots". Based on the award-winning educational apps from JibJab, "Ask the StoryBots" stars Judy Greer as the voice of Beep and includes live-action guest appearances by Whoopi Goldberg, Jay Leno, 'Weird Al' Yankovic, Kevin Smith, Tim Meadows, Chris Parnell, and Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci of Garfunkel & Oates.