Mind42: Free online mind mapping software Zaption - Learn with Video Teaching English in Italy :: Resources for those interested in teaching English in Italy Below are other resources that you might be interested in. Private language schools in Italy Italian Yellow Pages When looking for jobs in a specific city or region in Italy start your search with the Italian yellow pages or pagine gialle. Where it reads, Cosa: type: scuole di lingue Where it reads, Dove: type: city or region (e.g., Florence or Tuscany OR Genova or Liguria) Print out the listing and visit each school in the city or region that interests you. English publications in Italy with classifieds The Florentine Wanted in Rome Easy Milano Teaching English in Italy organizations TESOL - Italy Books about living and working (and teaching) in Italy and Abroad Living and Working in Italy: A Survival Handbook Living, Studying and Working in Italy: Everything You Need to Know to Live La Dolce Vita Moon Living Abroad in Italy Italian Cultural Studies: An Introduction Culture Shock! La Bella Figura: A Field Guide to the Italian Mind Teaching English Abroad - Susan Griffith AngloInfo Just Landed Resources
Johnnie's Math Page - Fun Math for Kids and their Teachers Johnnie's Math Page is the site to find fun math for kids, math games, and even a little math homework help. Interactive math activities from across the web have been organized by topic to make math learning enjoyable and interesting. These activities have been chosen to represent the range of math learned from kindergarten to middle school. I have put together resources for middle school math. For parents and teachers, you will find math lessons and free math worksheets as well as links to other math teaching resources. For those who like a challenge, you will find free math games in the math puzzles section. Contact Johnnie
How to make RSA Animate style videos with your class… Here is a post on how to make RSA style videos with half the work and time, and with a lot less tech experience needed. And another post on RSA-lite style videos. If you like the idea in this post, then you might also enjoy my other post 24 Assessments that Don’t Suck. Nothing fancy in this post, just the nuts and bolts of how to make an RSA Animate style video with your class! This is also one of those posts that is so long that there is simply not enough time in my life to go back and edit and revise it…so you get what you get and please don’t get upset. What is an RSA Animate style video? Let’s start with the most popular one: And the one most popular with educators: If you want to start at the end and see a student’s final product before getting to the steps involved in making them, pause and watch an example of one of the final videos below before reading on: This is a unit that was built from the beginning to end with an RSA Animate style video. So let’s start there… Day 2-Drawings
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How to Create an Open Online/Blended Course Using Google Retrieved from: I have been challenged to rethink my online and blended course learning design – so I chose to examine what I could do (and any educator could do) in Google. I added “open” because I have yet to figure out all the privacy features with these tools. Google is still such a contentious topic in k12 due to FOIP regulations. Based on the privacy regulation limitations, I still encourage all teachers to ensure that they are following the rules and policies within their district and always get a letter of permission for parents/guardians signed that describes what apps you will be using and why. The rationale behind these opportunities is to create blended learning opportunities who are in f2f classrooms as well as authentic opportunities for online students who are often “stuck” in a Learning Management System (LMS – like moodle, canvas, D2L etc). The best resources that I found are: Kern Kelley – Google Site- Projects Good luck!
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Alan November: How Teachers and Tech Can Let Students Take Control For many educators, helping students direct their own learning is a priority. Educator and author Alan November, who has been talking about ways to get students to own their learning for years, draws on his experiences as a teacher, principal and education consultant to tell stories about some of the ideas he sees as integral to education. November joined Steve Hargadon in a discussion of his new book Who Owns the Learning: Preparing Students for Success in the Digital Age, stressing the importance of global collaboration and the role of technology in making it all possible. Here are a few highlights from their discussion. School often means rules and regulations that can seem unrelated to the broader goals of education. Students are told to sit down, be still, show up at specific times, and demonstrate knowledge in ways that have nothing to do with the real world. The lesson from this, he said, is to “teach students how to solve any problem, a general problem solving approach. Related
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