English- Range of OER LearningWheel.pdf Screen-sharing + real time chat with the Join Me app. Annotate and collaborate in real-time with Bailboard + Edmodo integration. Secure collaboration platform on desktop or mobile with Edmodo. Stasis Theory Summary: This resource provides an overview of stasis theory and what you can do with it to help you conduct research, compose documents, and work in teams. Contributors:Allen BrizeeLast Edited: 2013-03-01 10:22:27 Introduction Stasis theory is a four-question, pre-writing (invention) process developed in ancient Greece by Aristotle and Hermagoras. Later, the stases were refined by Roman rhetoricians, such as Cicero, Quintilian, and Hermogenes. Inspired Ingenuity & Alex Nash - SOUND SHOES Intercity recently commissioned sneaker customiser Alex Nash (aka NashMoney) to create a piece of artwork as part of the Inspired Ingenuity project. As we’ve mentioned previously, the project revolves around a competition that Havana Club are running based on the theme of ‘Inspired Ingenuity’; a reference to the spirit of the people of Havana, who pride themselves on their ability to create what they need from what they have. The competition is taking place over the first six months of 2011, challenging artists, musicians and other creative talents to takes the everyday and turn it into something special. A winner will be picked each month, and the final winner will win a trip to Cuba. To help promote the competition, Intercity commissioned three artists to create a piece of work that takes the everyday and turns it into something special – and as we see sneaker customisation as its own form of Inspired Ingenuity, Nash was an obvious choice as one of those artists. 1.
Blended Learning Essentials - Using your VLE for blended learning Still wearing my 'L Plates', Moodle is a whole new concept to me which opens up such a world of possibilities that I cant wait to begin exploring! Following great support and encouragement from our LRC Teams, we've begun to utilise Moodle to offer learners a more engaging, interactive and flexible source for learning - accessible any time, any place, on any device. Supporting learners with the process of progression - applying for University, UCAS, student finance, budgeting etc, are some of the topics we help learners to engage and interact with. We've used the Moodle to embed information, audio clips, videos, budget planners and eligibility checkers, links to UCAS, Student Finance and other websites for research and further study and even recipe ideas!
Purdue OWL Writing Exercises Revise the following passage, avoiding wordiness and undesirable repetition. A large number of people enjoy reading murder mysteries regularly. As a rule, these people are not themselves murderers, nor would these people really ever enjoy seeing someone commit an actual murder, nor would most of them actually enjoy trying to solve an actual murder. They probably enjoy reading murder mysteries because of this reason: they have found a way to escape from the monotonous, boring routine of dull everyday existence. To such people the murder mystery is realistic fantasy.
Creating and Using Meme Images in the Classroom Have some fun! Get your ‘Meme’ on. It’s Probably Easier Than you Think. Well, to be clear, Wikipedia defines a Meme as “an activity, concept, catchphrase or piece of media which spreads, often as mimicry, from person to person via the Internet.” Creating something that is going to spread like wildfire is not easy, and that’s not really what I’m writing about here. As the concept of the “Meme” has become ubiquitous with the Internet, we’ve all become familiar with meme images.
Purdue OWL Writing Exercises Revise these sentences to state their meaning in fewer words. Avoid passive voice, needless repetition, and wordy phrases and clauses. The first sentence has been done as an example. Thunderclap If a tweet falls in the forest... Social media is an easy way to say something, but it’s a difficult way to be heard. Thunderclap is the first-ever crowdspeaking platform that helps people be heard by saying something together. It allows a single message to be mass-shared, flash mob-style, so it rises above the noise of your social networks.
Writing Exercises Your writing group may want to spend some of its meeting time actually writing. Writing your responses to different kinds of writing prompts and exercises can provide your group with material to discuss in your meetings, even when no one has brought a draft for the group to read. Using writing exercises can also help you develop an effective writing process and practice writing in a relatively stress-free and productive way. Comparing your responses can help you get to know the other group members better and learn from one another in a constructive setting. Below are several writing exercises that your group might try. You could spend anywhere from five minutes to an hour on these exercises, depending on your interest and the directions your conversations take.
Le Musée de l'avenir »28 à faible budget, facile à faire les choses à faire avec les nouveaux médias pour les institutions culturelles Posted: September 6th, 2010 | Author: Jasper Visser | Filed under: Inspiration, Technology | Tags: advice, checklist, easy, guidelines, list, new media, quick, social media, tips, twitter, use | 19 Comments »inShare11 Update 09/17/2010: Added 4 new things to do contributed by readers of this blog. Thanks!
Try Dotstorming for Brainstorming and Voting on Ideas Dotstorming is a neat tool that combines a bit of Padlet with a polling tool. On Dotstorming you can create a space for people to post digital sticky notes. Those notes can contain text and or images. That part of Dotstorming is just like Padlet. Thesis Creator Directions: This web page explains the different parts to a thesis statement and helps you create your own. You can click on the example button in each section to see an example of a thesis statement. Question: Write the the question you have been assigned or the prompt you are going to answer with your essay in the box below. 1. 8 Must-Try Creative Image Maker Tools for Student Projects Students and teachers alike continue to look for cool design tools to give any project that extra visual punch, and we continue to find great ones all over the Web. This post features 7 fairly unique free online creative image maker tools that are easy to learn and lots of fun to experiment with. Make things like motivational posters, memes, Keep Calm posters, Webcam pics, and so much more with these great image generators. Have fun trying them out and having students add creative flair to lesson projects of every kind. Motivator