The 5 Best Exercises Every Guy Should Master There are so many things I would do differently. If I had known back then what I know today, I could have avoided a plethora of injuries along the way. That’s why I’m sharing 5 specific exercises with you today. These are the key movements that should serve as the foundation upon which your general fitness is built. You’ll also find these movements in THE 21-DAY METASHRED—my all-new body-shredding DVD plan. You get nine 30-minute workouts that torch fat fast.
8 Fun and Effective Lesson Closures - Teach Starter Blog It’s happened to all of us, the intention is there but just as you’re thinking “I still have ten minutes…” the bell rings and the lesson ends with a frantic collection of work! Closing a lesson is just as important as the warm up, teaching instruction and independent work. A good closure will create a lasting impression and will have students reflecting on their own learning. It will also make a lesson more meaningful and relevant to the students and create a connection to previous knowledge. In an effective closure, the teacher will review and summarise a lesson, consolidate key information, create a link to new ideas and build anticipation for the next lesson.
15 FREE Awesome Chrome Extensions for Educators - More Than A Tech What is it: Really sleek bookmark manager.Who should use it: Students or teachers looking to save more than just the bookmark, but the content itself with collections, tags, smart search, and more. What is it: Browser based image editor with a wide variety of tools, filters, etc.Who should use it: Anyone looking to do advanced image editing on a Chromebook or in a browser window. What is it: Advanced graphing calculator that runs via the web.Who should use it: Anyone looking to do advanced mathematics or graphing equations on a Chromebook or in a browser window. What is it:Extension that checks for hundreds of common grammar mistakes.Who should use it: Everyone.
Blendspace - Create lessons with digital content in 5 minutes Make mobile learning awesome! Student creation Share materials Free! Get our new app! Save time by using free lessons & activities created by educators worldwide! A Good Visual Explanation of The Word Wiki April 12, 2014 Today's post features a beautiful visual on the origins and meanings of the word "wiki". I thought you might be interested to discover some interesting facts behind the wide usage of this word in today's digital jargon. While the Oxford English Dictionary defines the word Wiki as " a web page designed so that its content can be edited by anyone", the origins of this word go back to the Haiwian creole. For Hawains, wiki stands for "quick" and is used as the name of a shuttle between terminals at Hnolulu international airport. The landscape of the word wiki has also expanded to reach other areas such as "wikipedia","wikileaks", "wikisway" and many more. Read on to learn more about the different paths the word wiki travelled to get where it is now.
The 13 Best Exercises for Burning Fat Related: RIPTENSITY—Fast Bodyweight Workouts From Men’s Health That Are So Intense, They Rip Away Body Fat! They work every muscle in your body. You’ll burn a lot of calories and your heart rate will go sky high. It’s certainly an amazing exercise to burn fat. But I personally believe there are 13 moves that are better for fat loss training, especially for men with some serious miles on their bodies.
Nine Nifty ways to use a Pack of Cards in the Classroom - Teach Starter Blog Using a deck of cards for games and activities in the classroom is a fun learning experience for children, and cheap and easy for teachers! In my classroom, I would often use some of these games and activities as warm-ups to begin my maths block. Make 10 pyramid game Make ten pyramid card game This activity can be an individual activity, such as solitaire.
The Best Tools For Creating Fake “Stuff” For Learning The fake “stuff” I’m referring to in the headline includes newspaper articles, sports “trading cards,” iPhone conversations, Facebook pages etc. These can be used for conversation practice, to create reports on historical figures (or on natural disasters or on just about anything) and for numerous other learning activities. Here are my choices for The Best Tools For Creating Fake “Stuff” For Learning: Boy, this could be a great tool to help English Language Learner students practice writing and reading dialogue — FakeiPhoneText lets you create a text conversation that looks like the real thing and give you a unique url address of your creation. Web 2.0 Science Tools By Laura Turner The following web2.0 sites would be useful for science educators at the high school and middle school level. Some would also be appropriate for higher elementary grade levels.
Two Free Google Apps that Bring Out the Best In an iPad This is a guest post from Samantha Morra of EdTechTeacher.org, an advertiser on Free Technology for Teachers. Many of us using technology in the classroom find ourselves caught between two worlds: Apple and Google. Apple’s iPad is a fantastic tool in the classroom which provides students with various opportunities to consume, create, and communicate. Similar to a swiss-army knife, it is only limited by how we choose to use it. At the same time, Google apps provide students with cloud-based services, from search to document creation and sharing, that work seamlessly on iPad.
The Mobility Drill That Gives You a Tough Cardio Challenge Related: Try the Anarchy Workout—One Guy Lost 18 Pounds of Fat in Just 6 Weeks! But the human body is built to move in every direction. And not just move, but also stabilize movement. From the smaller ligaments in your feet and ankles to the bigger muscles that power your knees and hips to the core muscles that protect your spine, it all needs to work in coordinated action to keep your joints safe and your body nimble.