Schools and universities around the world are embracing audioBoom as the easiest, most effective way to give teachers and students a voice. Audio enriches the curriculum, engages the learner, and creates conversations that build community. Take a look at some amazing ways that audioBoom is reinventing the classroom experience. Give Your Students A Voice Your students have a lot to say! Listen to Brody proudly read the book he authored. The students at Michael Faraday School are using audioBoom to recreate history in their own voices. Mr. Student Voice Live is an initiative that strives to to create a international network of students who are empowered to tell share their stories. Enrich, Engage and Extend Learning audioBoom has thousands of amazing audio recordings that will help you create personalized lesson plans, support the flipped classroom model and motivate students to engage in learning that supports Common Core Standards. Check out these great resources from audioBoom too...
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How To Redefine Your Classroom By Connecting Students
Do you remember the days when you had to pay to get online access at places like Starbucks? Well those days are over, and we all connect very easily at any of their thousands of locations. Many others businesses realize that we value being connected as well, and have made it easy for us to be online while shopping, eating or waiting to pickup an order. As we begin a new school year, it would be great to see a shift in the way we look at learning. Enter school year 2013-2014. Here are some easy ways to begin connecting your students: Start small and choose only one but find at least one way to connect your students this year. Think Outside the Four Walls of Your Classroom: Find another class to do a project, blog or twitter chat with. Change the Classroom Set Up to Allow For More Student Movement and Interaction If your classroom is set up so that all students stare at the front of the room, go back tomorrow and change that. Have Students Create Blogs to Foster Global Interactions.
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Do Your Students Know How To Search?
The Connected Student Series: There is a new digital divide on the horizon. It is not based around who has devices and who does not, but instead the new digital divide will be based around students who know how to effectively find and curate information and those who do not. Helene Blowers has come up with seven ideas about the new digital divide – four of them, the ones I felt related to searching, are listed below. The New Digital Divide: In an age of information abundance learning to effectively search is one of the most important skills most teachers are NOT teaching. Teachers – especially in the elementary grades -need to develop a shared vocabulary around the skill of searching. Here are some of the searching skills and vocabulary we should be teaching students : Quotation Marks: Students should always use quotes to search for an exact word or set of words. Example: “The Great Chicago Fire” Dashes (or minus sign): Example: Great Chicago Fire -soccer Two Periods: Site Search:
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