Protocole de mise en oeuvre d’une classe inversée à l’aide de quiz De études en sciences cognitives (Roediger et Butler, 2011) avancent que les jeux questionnaires, tests et quiz de toutes sortes contribuent à une meilleure persistance des notions apprises. Julie Schell, experte en «classe inversée» et en enseignement par les pairs a, sur ces bases, développé un protocole de mise en oeuvre de l’approche de «classe inversée» à l’aide des quiz. «I tried using quizzing as a teaching tool in my graduate education course at The University of Texas at Austin the past two semesters. Les 5 étapes de son protocole: Concevoir une activité hors classe: L’activité doit être étroitement liée au contenu à apprendre. Étape Boni: Élaborer quiz récapitulatif après la séance en présence. Ainsi intégrés avant, pendant, et après la classe, les quiz sont une excellente façon de motiver, d’encourager, de soutenir et d’améliorer la qualité des apprentissages des étudiants.
Pablo by Buffer - Design engaging images for your social media posts in under 30 seconds Sololady.com FrSky Taranis, Taranis Plus, Taranis E - OpenTX 2.1.X - RC Groups FrSky Taranis, Taranis Plus, Taranis E - OpenTX 2.1.X Update September 15, 2016: OpenTX 2.1.9 is complete and it is published here Release 2.1.9 adds new features and fixes for problems found in 2.1.8. The change log is here Overview I started using OpenTX 2.1.0 July 2, 2015 before it was released for general use. Because of the complexities involved, If you have never used Companion and updated your Taranis or Taranis Plus firmware before, it is recommended that you do not do the 2.1.X upgrade. I've noticed that some of the folks doing the 2.1.X upgrade are missing some of the upgrade steps and are having problems. Here are some of the things I did to prepare for the upgrade from 2.0.17 to 2.1.X (I'm using X in the 2.1.X name to represent whatever the latest release number would be) and things that I needed to do after the upgrade. Prepping for the 2.1.X Upgrade from 2.0.XX Logic Switches
Highlight Picture Effect in PowerPoint: Step by Step Tutorial | The SlideTeam Blog 6 Easy Steps to Create a “Stand Out” Slide and Beat the Background Noise UPDATE: The effect explained in this article was created in PowerPoint 2013. Users of PowerPoint 2010 have to customize their PowerPoint Ribbon to use this hack. There are many times when you need to highlight a particular area of the slide and fade out everything else in the background. To remove the background noise and focus on the portion that is the crux of the slide. You don't need to learn Photoshop or CorelDraw to achieve this cool 'Highlight Picture Effect'. Let's get started. Now, how about presenting the same using a visual of a team with spotlight on the leader! The after slide not only looks better but is also easier to read and comprehend. This design is just 6 steps away. Step 1- Add an Image There should be no trouble in finding a good, high resolution business team stock photo from the internet. Step 2- Insert a Circle and Merge the two Shapes You might assume nothing happened at all. 1.
Maya Angelou's Autobiography, I know why the caged bird sings. 1) The action takes place in a Colored Methodist Episcopal Church 2) The narrator is Marguerite, indeed Maya Angelou because it's an autobiographie. 3)She finds difficukt to recite a poem in the church, in front of a lot of people. She is very stressed and she can't remember the rest of the poem 4)The people who are watching her are colored people,they are children. 5) Her mother made this dress, it was not buy in a shop. 6)She feels frfrightened and stressed. She runs away from the church while sh's peeing and crying, andwhen she's outside she starts laughing. 7)She's going to be whipped because she couldn't recite the poem and also because she peed on herself which means that she is a "nasty children". 8) In 1920 ,there was segregation, black and white people were seperated, moreover black people didn't have the same rights as white people, they were threatened. A razor can be used as a weapon to cut throats, that's a very scary image.
Habitually Chic® » Revisting Chateau de Primard Revisting Chateau de Primard by habituallychic Over four years ago, I wrote about Catherine Deneuve’s house in Normandy with grounds designed by landscape architect Jacques Wirtz was for sale. She took it off the market or it didn’t find a buyer until recently. Chateau de Primard was where she kept her haute couture collection of fashions made for her by fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent over their 40 year friendship. “On 24 January in Paris, during Haute Couture Fashion Week, Christie’s will auction close to 130 of the haute couture ensembles YSL made for his favourite private client, along with several Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche pieces, with around 170 further lots offered in a special online sale 23-30 January.” I wonder if an auction of the chateau will be next.
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