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TeacherTube - Elementary, Middle, High Comment avoir la motivation pour apprendre ? Lors de la conférence « Comment aider mes enfants dans leurs études ?« , je vous ai parlé de la motivation. Nous avons abordé les 4 profils de motivation : Quelle est l’utilité ? Je vous ai ensuite parlé de la motivation intrinsèque et extrinsèque. Selon Viau, il existe 3 sources qui vont avoir un impact sur la motivation de l’élève. La perception de la valeur d’une activité. Un élève peut donc se démotiver s’il ne comprend pas l’intérêt d’étudier une matière, s’il se sent incapable (je ne suis pas doué dans cette matière) ou s’il pense ne pas avoir le contrôle de la situation, il se sent impuissant, il ne prend pas ses responsabilités (ma réussite ou mon échec ne dépende pas de moi, c’est à cause du professeur, …). Si l’une de ses 3 perceptions est faible la motivation diminue considérablement même si les 2 autres perceptions sont élevées. Le contexte (l’environnement social, la façon dont l’enseignant propose l’activité) a un rôle important sur les différentes perceptions de l’élève. Cindy

Google Chrome Calc SS3 - Elementary, Middle, High Interactive angles - Middle/High This activity allows manipulation and investigation of various types of angles. It can be used at a variety of different grade levels. At its most basic for teaching about types of angles, acute, obtuse or reflex. The controls The mode control is used to it selects the type of angle problem. In all the modes individual angles can be shown or hidden for example click the angle (a). The handles at the end of each line can be clicked and dragged to change the angle. Mode 'one' Identifying angle types. The initial mode is unique in that there is only one angle. Complementary Angles mode In this mode a complementary angle is shown, complementary angles add up to 90° Initially the 90° is split by just one line but this can be changed by selecting a different number of lines. Supplementary Angles mode Supplementary angles are angles that add up to 180°. Angles at a point mode The angles at a point add up to 360°. Angles at intersecting lines mode Angles Glossary Acute Angle Right Angle Obtuse Angle

PARCC Accessibility Features and Accommodations Manual Third Edition: PARCC Accessibility Features and Accommodations Manual (November 2014) The third edition of the PARCC Accessibility Features and Accommodations Manual is a comprehensive policy document that provides guidance to districts and decision-making teams to ensure that the PARCC mid-year, performance-based, and end-of-year assessments provide valid results for all participating students. Appendices to the Third Edition of the PARCC Accessibility Features and Accommodations Manual (November 2014) Additional Resources (Revised versions available winter 2014) PARCC Assistive Technology Guidelines PARCC Technical Assistance Bulletin - PARCC Assessments and Students with Visual Impairment, Including Blindness MA Word-to-Word Bilingual Dictionary List (for optional use by PARCC states as approved word-to-word dictionaries) PARCC's Development of the Accessibility and Accommodations Policies PARCC is committed to providing all students with access to high-quality assessments.

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