10 Ways to Use Adobe Spark in School On Tuesday morning I published a video about how to use Adobe's new creative suite called Adobe Spark. That video was focused on how to use the three parts of Adobe Spark; post, page, and video. If you haven't seen the video, it is embedded below. Now that we know how the tools work, let's take a look at some ways that teachers and students can use Adobe Spark. Nik's Learning Technology Blog: Instant Opinion Polls in the Classroom For a long time now I have been looking for a tool that enables instant polling in the classroom or in the lecture room. I specifically wanted something that: doesn't require registration (especially from the people I'm polling)updates very quicklyworks on any platform from computers to mobile devices It looks like I have finally found what I've been looking for and best of all it's free. The tool that I have found is Mentimeter and it does all of the above.Here's an example of a poll I created where you can add your vote: Here is a link to the results (if you are one of the first to read this article there may not be many results yet). Creating the poll was really quick and easy I just went to and typed in my question, then I clicked on 'Create Question', I then entered my selection of answer choices, chose a theme and clicked on 'Save and Start Presenting'.
Why Large-Scale E-Portfolios Make Sense E-Portfolios | Q&A Why Large-Scale E-Portfolios Make Sense A new initiative at the University of Alaska Anchorage aims to roll out campuswide e-portfolios by 2015, with the potential to go even broader on the horizon. By Dian Schaffhauser07/09/14 5 Good Options for Creating Digital Portfolios Over the course of the school year our students create some fantastic digital products. Building a digital portfolio is a great way for students to look back at everything they've done and organize it into a cohesive package. The following five tools are good services for creating digital portfolios. Silk is a free service for creating webpages organized around a theme or topic. Silk is intended to be a place where you can share collections of materials as well as write text directly into your webpages. Your Silk dashboard provides a place to organize your materials into collections and subcollections.
Redefining classroom learning. Empowering instructors. Teaching Functionality Easy Lesson Plan Development Use the web-based app to build, edit and manage your lesson plans in our Show-Explain-Ask framework. If You Build It, They Will Come This page contains links to presentation files and other examples shown during our presentation at the Indianapolis Assessment Institute October 22, 2014. Presented by: Russel Stolins and James Lujan Click to start presentation… Click for expanded mind map Log In Your version of Firefox is out of date. For the best experience, please update to a new version. We recommend upgrading to the latest version of Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Internet Explorer. Learn More
Classroom Having a learning disability or autism can sometimes leave the one diagnosed with evasion of confrontation and generally unable to function in daily activities such as going to school. Things someone would take for granted can sometimes be the most difficult action for others. What this will help;● Enforce routine through repetition ● Simulate the common actions taken when one first enters a classroom● Feedback and rewards for choosing the correct action to match activity ● Interactive 3D environment● Fun and immersive sound effects and music About ABA Integration Why Integration? Our goal is simple: where it makes sense, provide a unified, transparent experience that does not add work for anyone, while leveraging the power of a full-featured assessment and accreditation management system. As educators ourselves, we feel that faculty should focus on teaching, not wasting time logging into various systems, or opening grade books to assess the same work multiple times. Neither should they be using valuable time setting up key assessments. These should be in place, ready to use and look like any other assignment. Likewise, students should be able to access work aimed at measuring what matters for their course, while simultaneously presenting their skills to inform program and campus decisions about continuous improvement.
Free online voice recorder - SpeakPipe Microphone access error You have denied access to your microphone. Allow access to your microphone 範本: 雲端在教育的應用 使用心得 這本講義是第一次使用Blendspace 所做的: 元素包括自行輸入, 網頁, 照片, Office 檔案, Youtube 影片, 問題測驗. Great Back to School Ed Tech Rubrics August 18, 2014 I love rubrics and I find them particularly helpful in lesson plan designing as well as in assessing students work. I know some teachers and educators think of them as "so yesterday" but we need to view them as roadmaps that can guide you towards achieving your teaching/learning goals. Over the last couple of years, I have shared here a wide myriad of rubrics most of them are Ed Tech related. Today, I revisited my archive and selected for you the collection below hoping that they assist you in your efforts to integrate technology in your teaching. 1- A Rubric to Grade Students iPad Projects 2- A Rubric for Evaluating Web Content