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Candi Cosgrove's Bal-A-Vis-X Exercises Can Benefit Everyone Bal-A-Vis-X is a series of Balance / Auditory / Vision eXercises of varied complexity, most of which are deeply rooted in rhythm. These exercises assist in body coordination, focused attention.and mutiple midline crossings. The program utilizes sand-filled bags, racquetballs, balance boards, and multiple principles and activities from Kinesiology. It demands cooperation, promotes self-challenge and fosters peer teaching. It is school-friendly useful for all ages (currently this program is being used from 3yrs. to 105yrs.) and just plain fun. Bal-A-Vis-X exercises number more than 200+ and growing.

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: A Handy Visual Featuring The 6 Types of Creative Commons Licences Students Should Know about February 8, 2017 The concept of Creative Commons was introduced to help enhance creative and free exchange of scholarship in a collaborative knowledge-based economy. Instead of chaining their work with a rigid copyright license, producers use Creative Commons licences to allow others to re-use and share their work under a variety of conditions determined by the type of CC license chosen. In today’s post we are sharing with you a visual we have created awhile ago featuring the major types of Creative Commons licences so you and your students can better understand when and how to use CC licensed works. The visual is based on guidelines found in Creativecommons.org/licences. This visual is licensed under Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs CC VY-NC-ND, meaning you can download, print or share it provided you credit us as the source and keep it free of charge.

Henry Ford Museum: Rosa Parks Bus – HistoryView VR On Dec. 1, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on this bus and was arrested for violating segregation law. Her arrest sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott, which lasted for 381 days until segregation on public buses was repealed. Parks’ stance and the boycott were important events that raised awareness for the civil rights movement. Today, the bus is preserved at the Henry Ford Museum. In this model, board the bus and take Parks’ seat in the third row on the left. (Matterport) Copyright Basics: Teach Your Learners 6 Things They Need to Know While in school, students learn a range of things that will help them with studying in a college or university and assist them throughout their future lives. All of them are extremely important—how to express thoughts orally and in writing, how to manage time, how to collaborate with others, and many other useful things. However, often we forget that students should also know how the law works.

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