Cargo Bridge Rating: 4.5 / 5 Click stars to rate. Game description: Teachers' Visual Guide to Using Google Calendar April , 2014 Google Calendar is one of the best free web tools I have been using for few years now. As a teacher, you can use Google Calendar for a wide variety of purposes. You can for instance create events and share them with your students and parents; you can use it to share important dates and information with students. Ressources pour la filière STMG eNq1V9ty2jAQfe9XePyOTUJu7ZhkWpq0zCQTmoRp3xhhr0FUkZyVjKFfX9lAY2esNLHRE7ZXnKNd7eUouFg9MmcJKKngfffA67oO8FBElM/67vjhqnPmXpw7H4IFWZLyuhOvOzk6dp2QESn7bm72pkC49H7dXH8FjQDo6j86gZguIFSVhamizPtO5PyGJMUiJ1gKGjmPoOYi6rtJqjafnUAq1Fs5TwQqwgZEwUzgOvC3nytrFpOTiiHwc9A3wVP5U+BvmZAQRiiWNIKoniMmTEJTljiLRkTNhzwW9ei+dsEnYZgCZU1Jsp0jpiAdNQ/SWAJeEz6zG6OB4ApWKg+VIUxFNjQPEZWjIp0supHmkRIhYYZjiHEyvm8KjvB0D7hk8FqMIioTRtbeQiYteH6kgOv74rWeh0b9FnU3JRLGyOqh50oln3w/yzKPhJ2EIJVejLvD91t4ZT3DEKRIUTcTI8MifJT7KHfduSiPRCYtJLGuE4JE2wF1o7ZYLWGKCFxZbO+jyvyw6AqVQ36FOr9u45iamrDCtDFBUjqSF+hvmrRmhnJRV5G1hSCSdQWa6UHgbVqD6zDgMzXXwuAf1pZGJyes+m73+bvxQAvbcyCKt4J2t++SLfA3zjaYYWi77w9EypUpi5t3fSoHarXNYArSohNkQVZ38DQ0YH/WZr0V1el2DnofTw9Pe72zw+5BW11RTEurlXlX6spWib5sxpptfUFMQznGxt2l6JP1qOHkuHd82rjHl5O3nqDFRM+P9AH19YNpDkPAfZIkjPoZTPWD7Ox0xO53D8M4SacvqHnKmP/uw22oiPalKXQ8dfmnINX4bvi6QNqHzNSS3ywzGwVQI77ZgT0GzXC5a+SClizplNGQKH3htim9bEvhjaUe+9vlQ4tp+Lxzq818UBWnFrm2tbS92+1fOuqy+P+9Ma+HdpN8q38sBuqP4AZlvSmaFuL98v3bLWnRwM+lsX74CyAKLp4=
Weekend Website #115: Minecraft Every week, I share a website that inspired my students. This one is a blockbuster as far as student interest, risk-taking, enthusiasm. Click to visit website and play movie about Minecraft Age: Mapping Stereotypes Atlas of Prejudice: The Complete Stereotype Map Collection Get your copy on: Amazon US / Amazon UK / Amazon DE / Amazon FR / Amazon IT / Amazon ES / Amazon Canada / Amazon Japan / Amazon India / Amazon Brazil 2048 Join the numbers and get to the 2048 tile! New Game How to play: Use your arrow keys to move the tiles. When two tiles with the same number touch, they merge into one! 5 great apps for fun lessons The ideal app can be just the thing to make a great lesson perfect. Here, educational psychologist and learning apps specialist Peter Maxwell lists five of his favourites. Apple have produced a series of ebooks to help teachers integrate apps into their daily classroom practice. The Apps in the Classroom series is inspired by Apple Distinguished Educators, and each book contains a collection of activities that allow students to utilize a particular app to demonstrate their learning. The books begin with an overview of the app in question before detailing possible activities.
Serious Games in Education De Gloria, Bellotti, Berta and Lavagnino open with a coverage of the state of serious game within the field of education and training. Noting its flexibility and benefits for cost efficiency. They also note some concerns including; intended learning outcomes and game objectives (features) may conflict with each other‘suspension of disbelief’ may negatively impact the learning processSome socio-demographic group s my be excluded (usabilti, competition, access)risk of extrinsic motivation techniqueswith triple A title competition the term ‘game’ may not meet user expectations De Glorria et al. note the origin of the term “serious game” and and its use around training (eg army pilots etc). Game ON with BrainPOP® at the 2012 Global Education Conference! The Global Education Conference is pleased to announce a new partnership with BrainPOP®, a leading creator of animated, curricular content, to develop a new gaming strand for the 2012 Global Education Conference. In addition to general session strands for teachers and students on curriculum, policy, and leadership, we are now seeking proposals for the new strand’s game-based learning sessions. The third annual Global Education Conference is an online international education extravaganza, slated to take place November 12-17, 2012.