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OneNote for Teachers - Interactive Guides

OneNote for Teachers - Interactive Guides
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10 Most Engaging Uses of Tech Integration iPads and iPhones for filmmaking - Learn about film Why use iPhones and iPads for filmmaking? If you own an iPhone, you’ve always got a small, easy-to-use camera in your pocket. It’s great for filming in situations where other cameras would attract too much attention. Video quality can be excellent, so they’re increasingly being used for news gathering and documentary work. You can edit on them, though iMovie is a bit cramped on the phone screen. The larger iPad screen is better for editing, particularly with teams or groups. Both devices can shoot really good quality video in the right circumstances. Why doesn’t everybody film on them? You’ll get soft, ‘noisy’ images in low light, and flare when you shoot into the light. Which iPad or iPhone? Every iPad and iPhone since the 3GS and the iPad 2 can shoot video. The best value iPhone for filmmaking is the iPhone SE. Get plenty of memory: video takes up a lot of space, so 16Gb models will fill up quickly. iPhones have better cameras than iPads and they’re easier to handhold. Do I need 4K?

Rethinking Engagement | Theory and Practice “Children are always on task; the important question is, what is the task?” – Peter Johnston For Millennials, the End of the TV Viewing Party by Alex Williams (New York Times, November 7, 2014) With the advent of the smartphone, landlines are starting to become a thing of the past. Creating and Composing in a Digital Writing Workshop by Troy Hicks and Kristin Ziemke (Digital Writing, Digital Teaching, November 5, 2014) This collaborative post was written in response to a piece by highly respected literacy expert Nancy Atwell. Effects of Classroom Practices on Reading Comprehension, Engagement, and Motivations for Adolescents by John T. This research study conducted through the University of Maryland wanted to determine the correlation between classroom supports, student motivation, and informational text comprehension. Dr. The Mindful Educator by Sarah McKibben (ASCD Education Update, November 2014) Connecting the dots… In my humble opinion, this is a wonderful example of engagement.

Resources : Free Tools For Teachers : OneNote Class Notebook Creator OneNote Class Notebook Creator lets a teacher quickly set up a personal workspace for every student, a content library for handouts, and a collaboration space for lessons and creative activities, all within one powerful notebook. Save time and be more efficient in the classroom while also making it easier to collect homework, quizzes, exams, and handouts. •Built on Office 365 and SharePoint Online, the OneNote class notebook helps teachers save time and be more efficient in the classroom while also making it easier to collect homework, quizzes, exams, and handouts. •Enable all student work and teacher feedback to be exchanged automatically in one place virtually anytime, anywhere. •Combine real-time, individualized coaching of a shared notebook with the collaborative creativity of OneNote and digital handwriting. System Requirements: Office 365

Book Creator for Windows is here Create ebooks on your desktop PC, laptop and tablet. We are proud to introduce Book Creator for Windows, released on the Windows Store on 23 June. What’s more, we’re giving it away for free (limited period only!). Book Creator comes to desktop Book Creator for Windows brings our simple ebook creator interface to a desktop and laptop for the first time. With over 15 million ebooks made with the iPad and Android app, we’re really pleased to welcome Windows into the Book Creator family. Go to slide 1Go to slide 2Go to slide 3Go to slide 4Go to slide 5 With Book Creator for Windows you can: Read your books on a PC With a built-in reader, Book Creator for Windows offers a handy solution for sharing the books you’ve made in on the iPad and Android tablets. In the past, you’d need to rely on people owning an Apple device with the iBooks app installed. Free for a limited time! Book Creator for Windows is available exclusively on the Windows Store. Coverage

A Step-by-Step Guide To Hosting or Joining a Twitter Chat A few months ago we started up a new Twitter chat series, #Bufferchat. So far, we’ve talked about everything from productivity to social media monitoring and lots of other topics in between. These days, we have up to 185 participants each week, sending out nearly 2,000 tweets. It’s a true delight! Along the way, I’ve been learning the ins and outs of operating a Twitter chat and testing new tools and ideas to optimize our chat even further. It’s amazing how much there is to know, both for the chat host and the chat participants! Whether you’re a Twitter pro or newer to the network, whether you plan to host your own chat or if you look forward to participating in others, a bit of advance preparation could help. Twitter chat basics What is a Twitter chat? A Twitter chat is where a group of Twitter users meet at a pre-determined time to discuss a certain topic, using a designated hashtag (#) for each tweet contributed. Why participate in a Twitter chat? How to find a Twitter chat Tweetchat Nurph

5 Heutagogical Tips to Empower Lifelong Learners Online Posted by Becky Krill in Educator Tips, Online Education Trends on November 19, 2014 Prior to joining the marketing team at SchoolKeep, I worked as an educational program manager for an experiential learning company. As the company grew, I was forced to take on new, intimidating marketing tasks. I realized I had quite a bit to learn. During my transition to marketing, I became a heutagogic learner in just under 3 months, meaning I was markedly more self-determined, motivated and highly autonomous, without ever setting foot in a classroom. In a world where information is instantly available to us, the educator is no longer the sole proprietor of subject matter expertise. Related Post: As Education Grows Beyond the Classroom, How Will the Role of Instructional Designers Evolve This post is for educators and instructional designers who want to learn more about heutagogy and implement strategies that empower lifelong learners online. What is Heutagogy? Tip 2: Conduct a Needs Assessment

Så använder kommuner, skolor och högskolor Office 365 - Microsoft för skola och högre utbildning Office 365 finns nu för skola och högre utbildning som vill dra nytta av molnet. Med Office 365 får eleverna ett modernt verktyg som hjälper dem nå högre måluppfyllelse samtidigt som lärarna effektiviserar administrationen och kan fokusera på undervisningen. Denna molntjänst ger studenter och lärare möjlighet att samarbeta i realtid med olika uppgifter och grupprojekt. Det är till exempel lätt att dela information, visa och redigera dokument i en webbläsare eller i Office då gratis e-post, snabbmeddelanden, röst- och videochatt och visning och redigering av dokument online ingår. Bland svenska skolor är intresset stort och under en användarträff i Microsofts lokaler möttes cirka 50 lärare, tjänstemän och utvecklare för att nätverka, diskutera frågor om Office 365 i skolan och inte minst inspireras av goda exempel. – Office 365 öppnar nya möjligheter genom att tillgängliggöra våra informations- och kommunikationssystem. Fler filmer och intervjuer om Office 365 i skolan

Videomomente für Windows 8.1: So funktioniert der Video-Editor | Tutorials | Softonic Die neue App Movie-Moments für Windows 8.1 ergänzt die fest installierte Kamera-App um einen simplen Video-Editor. Mit ein paar Fingertipps können Sie Ihre selbstgedrehten Filmchen schneiden und um Musik und Kommentare ergänzen. Beispielvideo Die Kamera-App von Windows 8.1 eignet sich nur für Aufnahmen. Für erweiterte Editierfunktionen setzt Windows 8.1 auf Extra-Apps wie Videomomente. Nach der Aufnahme oder dem Öffnen eines Videos sehen Sie umgehend die Editieransicht. Diese Werkzeuge stehen zur Auswahl: Position auf Zeitleiste auswählenVideo am Anfang oder Ende beschneidenKommentar am aktuellen Zeitpunkt einfügenMusik hinzufügen Video schneiden Ziehen Sie den Anfangs- und Endpunkt an die gewünschte Stelle. Sie können das Video auch teilen und dann in der Mitte Abschnitte entfernen. Anschließend sehen Sie mehrere weiß markierte Teile, die Sie auf die gleiche Art aber getrennt voneinander beschneiden können. Kommentare hinzufügen Anschließend geben Sie den gewünschten Text ein. Fazit

App Kickstart Guides from Google Play for Education Kickstart Guides are designed to build your Android app-titude for specific apps in Google Play for Education, by getting you up and running in as little as 15 minutes with videos, best practices, and much more. More info about kickstart guides, including who they are for and how they might be used. Please let us know if you have any feedback. Get the app. Get the guide. You're good to go! Book Creator The simple way to create your own beautiful ebooks, right on your tablet. ClassDojo Simple, free, and easy classroom management! Comic Strip It! Comic Strip It! What Is Active Learning? Defining "active learning" is a bit problematic. The term means different thing to different people, while for some the very concept is redundant since it is impossible to learn anything passively. Certainly this is true, but it doesn't get us very far toward understanding active learning and how it can be applied in college classrooms. We might think of active learning as an approach to instruction in which students engage the material they study through reading, writing, talking, listening, and reflecting. Active learning stands in contrast to "standard" modes of instruction in which teachers do most of the talking and students are passive. Think of the difference between a jar that's filled and a lamp that's lit. Students and their learning needs are at the center of active learning. Using active learning does not mean abandoning the lecture format, but it does take class time. Basic Elements of Active Learning Talking and Listening Writing Reading Reflecting Keys to Success Be creative!

Office365 en plattform för kollaborativt lärande, kommunikation och informationsdelning - Nyheter från Microsoft Danderyds gymnasium har valt att gå över till Office365 och använder det nu på ett effektivt sätt för fillagring, kollaboration och kommunikation. I det här webbinariet får ni höra lärare och IT-tekniker från skolan berätta om den resa de gjort och de lärdomar de tagit med sig, när de använt Office 365 och anpassat delar efter en modern gymnasieskolas specifika krav. Dessutom finns det möjlighet för lärare och elever fr.om den 1:a december 2014 att få tillgång till Office365ProPlusBenefits. Det ger dem alltid den senaste versionen av Office paketet på fem valfria enheter – hemma och på jobbet. Fråga din skola om du kan ladda ner office kostnadsfritt. Först ger IT-projektledaren Joakim Henriksson en överblick över hur Office 365 används på Danderyds gymnasium idag och vägen dit. Därefter visar IT-teknikern Daniel Wahlgren på tekniska lösningar och fördelar med Office 365 i skolsammanhang.

A New Era: Teacher As Coach | LeadUpNow Today’s post is by Elisabeth Bostwick, a passionate educator serving students daily in Horseheads, NY. When colleagues have entered my room, at first glance they thought I wasn’t there. I recall the bewildered look of one administrator that I worked for as he scanned the room thinking I had left it unattended. Typically one of the student leaders in my room will notice and point them in my direction. You see, as a coach I’m beside my learners as I question, reflect and provide feedback. Conflicting Titles While I view myself as a learning coach, my current title reads as “teacher.” teacher noun: a person or thing that teaches something; especially : a person whose job is to teach students about certain subjects. First Known Use: 14th century Definition of TEACHER for Kids: a person who passes on information or skill I interpret this definition of teacher as someone who can stand, speak, demonstrate, and ta-dah! Shifting Student Leadership Community and Structures Pioneering

10 Great Tutorials to Create Interacive eBooks Using iBook Author Are you planning to give iBooks Author a place in your classroom? The video tutorials below will definitely give you a hand. As you know by now, iBooks Author is one of the formidable apps available in the iTunes store. It allow users to create interactive ebooks and share them with the rest of the world. The general process behind creating these interactive ebooks is pretty basic; however, there are certain features and tips teachers need to pay heed to in order to tap into its full potential. All of these video tutorials have been curated by DiyJourno 1- How to start iBook Author with a template 2- Thumbnail, Outline, and Layout panels 3- How to change colour plate in iBook Author 4-Insert pages and navigate thumbnail and outline view 5- Inserting and Modifying Text 6- Using Paragraph Style 7- Layering objects 8- Aligning objects 9- Locking and unlocking objects 10- Sharing your iBook Author

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