Art 4 Apps collection Job Emotion 5 Ways to Use Your Mobile Device to CREATE Content The majority of us have a smart phone with us everywhere we go. What’s more, we’ve all become rather efficient at using them to send and receive text messages and email, schedule appointments, take photos, and sometimes even make a call. But there a few functions we have failed to maximize. Just as we use mobile devices to push learning and information to people, we can use them to create learning and information, such as audio and video elements.
Jazz Version imprimable Publié : 13 mai 2007 Format PDF Louis Armstrong (voix, trompette)Louis Armstrong-What A Wonderful World Armstrong - Hello Dolly Top 6 Apps for Flipping Your Classroom Teachers all over the world are flipping their classrooms. Instead of doing homework and projects at home, students watch lectures and videos. When they get to class they engage students with activities and tests designed to test what students have learned. While flipping your classroom may sound like a good idea, it requires having a way to present information to students at home. These top 6 apps for flipping your classroom will give you the tools you need to turn your classroom upside down. VoiceThread
The Do's and Don'ts for Teachers on Social Media Infographic Teacher Infographics The Do’s and Don’ts for Teachers on Social Media Infographic The Do’s and Don’ts for Teachers on Social Media Infographic There are millions of teachers on social media right now. They discuss professional, personal, and cultural things on a daily basis.
Ten Reasons New Teachers Aren't Using Technology Note: While this post points to a problem I have noticed with tech adoption and teachers, I want to point out that there is a free resource I developed with coaching questions for teachers on the technology journey. These correspond with a post I wrote about the eight stages in the technology journey. Last week, I met with a group of twenty-four candidates for our Masters in Arts of Teaching program. "It's a long John": Traditional African-American Work Songs Spirituals and work songs, rooted in both the slavery era and the West African societies from which most African-American slaves were originally taken, provided cultural sustenance to African Americans in the midst of intense racial oppression. They first came to be valued by northern white audiences in the late-19th century. Later, folklorists began collecting (and eventually recording) traditional southern music. John and Alan Lomax recorded southern musicians (African-American, white, and Mexican-American) for the Library of Congress. They recorded “Long John,” a work song, sung by a man identified as “Lightning” and a group of his fellow black convicts at Darrington State Prison Farm in Texas in 1934. Black prisoners working in gangs to break rocks and clear swamps relied on the repeated rhythms and chants of work songs (originating in the forced gang labor of slavery) to set the pace for their collective labor.
7 Excellent Tools for Assessment in One to One Classroom May 11, 2014 Today I am sharing with you a set of useful web tools for assessment in the one to one classroom. These tools are compiled by Apple Distinguished Educator Monica from Class Tech Tips and featured in this presentation . One of the tools included in this slideshow called Understoodit is no longer available and has become EventMobi. Shared Experiences in Mixed Reality – Microsoft Design – Medium In the 1960s, sociologist Erving Goffman described communication as a system of intentional and unintentional expressions. Speaking, eye-contact, and smiling are intentional expressions we make when we interact with others. Non-verbal cues in our body language make up the unintentional expressions. Both are especially important when we collaborate: Body language helps pace what we say, gauge interest, and ensure understanding. In lieu of visual cues we rely on voice.
"It's a long John": Traditional African-American Work Songs Spirituals and work songs, rooted in both the slavery era and the West African societies from which most African-American slaves were originally taken, provided cultural sustenance to African Americans in the midst of intense racial oppression. They first came to be valued by northern white audiences in the late-19th century. Later, folklorists began collecting (and eventually recording) traditional southern music. John and Alan Lomax recorded southern musicians (African-American, white, and Mexican-American) for the Library of Congress.
12 Puzzle and Quiz Creation tools for teachers There are many different sites on the internet that allow you to create your own puzzles and games to use either directly in class, or which can be linked to/embedded into your VLE. I’ve been doing some trawling ahead of a training session I am running soon, and here are a few of the best ones that I’ve found. There are others out there, but the focus specifically for my session was KS4 and 5, so these links are aimed at older students. If you have any other favourites, please add them to the comments! 1. Classtools Net
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