learning2gether [licensed for non-commercial use only] / volunteersneeded Events here are crowd-sourced. To write-in your event here, join the wiki (but see the note at the bottom of the page). Past presentations are recorded. Check out our 14 Web Based Video Tools for Teachers - More Than A Tech Engaging students has become increasingly difficult as technology has continued to shape our culture. Overheads, DVDs, and lecturing just don’t cut it. This is a generation of students growing up with YouTube, Vimeo, and Khan Academy to name a few. So many creative, eye grabbing, funny videos to choose from, and all of them are available on a device that fits in their pocket.
SwallowStrong Device - Patients with Swallowing Disorders The SwallowStrong device is now available! The SwallowStrong device comprises an oral mouthpiece connected to a notebook computer. The oral component of this device is a pliable mouthpiece that incorporates sensors to measure pressure at four distinct locations on the tongue. >> SwallowStrong DEVICE FAQS Swallow Solutions, LLC is registered and the SwallowStrong device is listed with the FDA. Brilliant toilet! In this activity, students hear about a strange restaurant recommendation. They watch a video in which Paul talks about a friend’s suggestion to visit a new restaurant in town specifically because of its brilliant toilet. But what could be so special about a toilet? And why is Paul offended by the recommendation?
A List of 20 Free Tools for Teachers to Create Awesome Presentations and Slideshows Below is a list of some of the best free tools teachers and students can use to create awesome slideshow and presentations. 1- KnovioKnovio gives life to static slides and with a simple click you will be able to turn them into rich video and audio presentations that you can share with your friends and colleagues via email or popular social media websites. Knovio does not require any software installation or download, it is all web based. 2- AheadAhead is a great presentation tool for educators. How to Use Vimeo to Keep Your Videos Top Secret Get FREE content sent right to your inbox. Click here. You work so hard getting your videos completed and ready for your course.
Swallow Stronger-Swallow Safer: Contributions by Dr. JoAnne Robbins and the Swallow Solutions Team Oromotor exercises have been used widely as a treatment modality in the practice of speech pathology for many decades.1 However only in recent years has oropharyngeal strengthening therapy been applied to swallowing rehabilitation.2-5 Age-related loss of skeletal muscle and strength, the condition known as sarcopenia, has been known for decades to affect striated limb musculature. More recently, work by JoAnne Robbins, PhD and others indicates that striated head and neck muscles also are affected by sarcopenia, where it manifests as changes in muscle fiber density, tension, strength, and contraction in facial, masticatory, and lingual musculature. These changes are primary contributors to dysphagia. Just as participation in progressive resistance training can strengthen limb musculature6, device facilitated isometric progressive resistance oropharyngeal (I-PRO) therapy also has been shown to strengthen muscles of the head and neck. Dr.
Carol Dweck: The Two Mindsets Carol Dweck studies human motivation. She spends her days diving into why people succeed (or don't) and what's within our control to foster success. As she describes it: “My work bridges developmental psychology, social psychology, and personality psychology, and examines the self-conceptions (or mindsets) people use to structure the self and guide their behavior. My research looks at the origins of these mindsets, their role in motivation and self-regulation, and their impact on achievement and interpersonal processes.” Her inquiry into our beliefs is synthesized in Mindset: The New Psychology of Success. The book takes us on a journey into how our conscious and unconscious thoughts affect us and how something as simple as wording can have a powerful impact on our ability to improve.
7 Tech Tips for Your Next Read-Aloud Reading aloud to children is an essential part of the school day. Experiencing stories as a whole class or in a small group can help students learn essential reading skills. Educators who read aloud to children understand the importance of modeling thinking, providing opportunities to talk about books, and encouraging students to respond to reading with their own thoughts and opinions. How to Record Your Online Course Slides (No Fancy Equipment Needed) Yikes! How do I start recording my course slides? I’m a firm believer in content before technology. Learners are taking your course because of the substance of your information, not to view the technology extravaganza. So, before jumping into recording, make sure that your content is solid and delivering on its promises. That’s what will keep peeps coming back for more.
Medical Speech Pathology To improve the strength of exhalatory muscles for breathing, improve voluntary cough, and movement of the hyolaryngeal complex. Patients with decreased exhalatory muscle strength, poor cough, or decreased movement of the hyolaryngeal complex. EMST and you 1. Find your Maximum Expiratory Pressure-MEP (see instructions with device). 2. To Teach Effective Writing, Model Effective Writing I strive to teach my high school students the value of criticism, especially when it comes to improving their writing. To do so, I model how criticism continues to help me become a better writer. Earlier this year, for example, I shared a draft of one of my education feature articles, which included detailed feedback from an editor at a prominent media company. I asked my classes for advice on how to address several edits, dealing with sources, transitions, terminology, and structure.