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Teacher Express Les postures des élèves à besoins éducatifs particuliers face à la tablette au C.D.I Dans le cadre des TraAM (Travaux Académiques Mutualisés), un groupe d’enseignants a mené une réflexion autour de l’accompagnement, des apprentissages, qui pouvaient être dispensés sur le Centre de Documentation par les professeurs documentalistes, en partenariat avec les enseignants disciplinaires, en utilisant des outils nomades. 1. Les utilisations de la tablette pour les élèves à besoins éducatifs particuliers Les situations peuvent être différentes en fonction des besoins des élèves et des projets pédagogiques des classes. - L’usage des tablettes peut remplir un rôle d’appui à la pratique méthodologique des cartes heuristiques. - Il pourra s’agir, avec la tablette, de consulter de ressources, notamment de contenus enrichis tels que les enregistrements sonores, via des QRCodes (enregistrement d’un texte). 2. Sur les élèves utilisant la tablette au CDI, il a été observé une modification des attitudes et habitudes de travail scolaire. 3. 4. o "Atelier expérimental : cartes et dyslexie".

The Power Elite Thomas Dye, a political scientist, and his students have been studying the upper echelons of leadership in America since 1972. These "top positions" encompassed the posts with the authority to run programs and activities of major political, economic, legal, educational, cultural, scientific, and civic institutions. The occupants of these offices, Dye's investigators found, control half of the nation's industrial, communications, transportation, and banking assets, and two-thirds of all insurance assets. In addition, they direct about 40 percent of the resources of private foundations and 50 percent of university endowments. Furthermore, less than 250 people hold the most influential posts in the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of the federal government, while approximately 200 men and women run the three major television networks and most of the national newspaper chains. Characteristics of the Power Elite According to C. Top Command Posts. Shared Attitudes and Beliefs.

Response to Intervention IDEA - Building The Legacy of IDEA 2004 Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Confusions Confusions auditives et visuelles >ici< un dossier très complet pour travailler les confusions visuelles. Je pense qu'il provient du site orthophonie .fr. Si ce n'est pas le cas,ou si vous en êtes l'auteur faites le moi savoir. >ici< deux pages sur les confusions phonétiques sourdes sonores. S/Z Ajout du 05/05/2015 F/V Ajout du 02/12/2012 C/G Ajout du 02/12/2012 b/d 25 septembre 2012 f/ch 25 septembre 2012 D'autres ressources à découvrir sur le blog Mots ou non mots: reconnaitre des mots dans des listes et les illustrer.Lecture et concentration: exercice pour travailler vite et différencier des mots présentant des similitudes.Pokemon: proposer une écriture phonétiquement correcte pour un motBoggle: trouver des mots à partir de lettres donnéesMots en cascades: listes de mots à lireRapidomo: lire rapidement des listes de mots et de pseudo-mots A voir sur d'autres blogs

100 Awesome Blogs for History Junkies | Best Colleges Online Posted on Wednesday September 10, 2008 by Staff Writers By Britney Wilkins If you’re a history junkie, you surely know by now that the Internet is a great tool for finding information. But did you know that blogs are some of the most useful resources out there? Here you’ll find blogs about periods in history, genealogy, war, and lots more. Periods Read about specific periods, like the Victorian era and the American Revolution on these history blogs. Cardinal Wolsey’s Today in History : Read Cardinal Wolsey’s blog for thoughts on Tudor, medieval, and early-modern history. Art These blogs highlight the history of fine art. Dracula vs. War Read these blogs if you’re interested in the Civil War, soldiers, and World Wars. Civil War History : Read Civil War History to learn about the Civil War, as well as new developments in Civil War history. Day in History These blogs offer a daily look at historical events and people. Religion Read about historical churches and church history in these blogs. Genealogy

Study Skills Once you have established a schedule to study you need to get the most out of that time. Several things will help increase your effectiveness. As already mentioned, maintaining a regular schedule is one. Another is creating a comfortable environment for studying that is free of distractions. Finally there is the What and How of studying. A. Generally all the material that you should know for an exam is presented in lecture or in your lab work. DO NOT take this to imply that you do not need to read the text. Note: Different instructors utilize textbook information to different degrees. If it is discussed in lecture it is important. There is no single "best" way to study. The following is a compilation of many of the techniques used by successful students to study. 1. 2. don't try to write everything that is said, just note enough to remind yourself what was discussed (your notes should be clear to you but not necessarily to anyone else). 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Classroom Resources Home › Classroom Resources Grades K – 12 | Student Interactive Venn Diagram This interactive tool allows students to create Venn diagrams that contain two or three overlapping circles, enabling them to organize their information logically. Grades 3 – 12 | Mobile App Word Mover Word Mover allows children and teens to create "found poetry" by choosing from word banks and existing famous works; additionally, users can add new words to create a piece of poetry by moving/manipulating the text. Grades 3 – 12 | Student Interactive Trading Card Creator This tool provides a fun and useful way to explore a variety of topics such as a character in a book, a person or place from history, or even a physical object. Go to Lesson Plans Grades 6 – 8 | Lesson Plan Making Memories: An End-of-Year Digital Scrapbook Students reflect on their school year, creating a digital scrapbook consisting of images and text to present to their school community. Grades 3 – 5 | Lesson Plan Grades 5 – 8 | Lesson Plan Daily Book Boosts

Tech&Learning Magazine March 31,2014 An independent study, published in theInternational Journal of Evaluation andResearch in Education and sponsored by theSchool Improvement Network, shows a directlink between professional development andgains in student achievement. More » The Flipped Learning Network recentlyreleased the following “Four Pillars” thatteachers must incorporate to create a“Flipped Learning” experience: More » President Obama’s new ConnectED initiatives hasthe following goals: More » Google’s annual science fair, the largest online science fair in the world, will beopen to students ages 13-18 worldwide through May 12. More » We call this generation of learners digital citizens More » Amplify ELA DigitalCurriculum More » March 28,2014 Belkin’s Stage App combines the convenience of adocument camera with the power of an interactivewhiteboard. More »

sans titre Les signes d’un trouble des fonctions exécutives Il est bien possible que vous n’ayez jamais entendu cette expression, même si vous êtes plutôt au fait des troubles d’apprentissage. Pourtant, le trouble des fonctions exécutives est assez courant et est souvent associé ou confondu avec le TDAH (trouble déficitaire de l’attention). J’ai suivi, durant quelques mois, une jeune fille qui avait reçu ce diagnostic. « Catherine a de la difficulté à établir des priorités, à commencer une tâche, à organiser et à accomplir son travail, surtout quand il faut composer avec des échéances ou des événements imprévus. »« Grandes difficultés en résolution de problèmes. »« Catherine ne semble pas pouvoir retenir ses impulsions immédiates et se concentrer sur son travail. »« En classe, elle passe quelquefois des commentaires hors sujet ou inappropriés. »« Cette élève aurait avantage à mieux s’organiser et à mieux gérer son temps. » Bref, cela semblait mal parti ! À quoi servent les fonctions exécutives ?

This website is for the National Center for Learning Disabilities and they are advocates for students with them. In addition to offering support, they offer an extensive look into learning disabilities so that parents can have a more clear understanding of what they are, the different types and symptoms, and how o customize their child's learning so that it works for them. by tishaynna Feb 25

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