Pete's Lesson Toolbox April 2013. Browse OER Materials. 5 Free Tools to Collect Student Feedback. Posters to download. General Info. A List of 16 Websites Every Teacher should Know about. As part of their preparation for the new school year teachers try to look for new web resources and materials they can use to help them with their teaching.This is definitely not an easy task for one needs to live online in order to be able to keep up with the new releases and sift through the tsunami of web tools available online.
In this regard, Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has recently started posting a series of articles featuring some of the best free web resources for teachers across different educational spectrum. We have already published lists of free websites for teachers of ; Math, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies , Music Education , Economics, and Physical Education and Health, ESOL and today we are going to provide you with another list of great websites where teachers can find lesson plans, teaching tips and many more.
The Teacher’s Survival Kit for Lesson Planning! Tips & 1000s of Free Lesson Plans. Posted by Shelly Terrell on Saturday, August 18th 2012 Goal 16: Plan An Engaging Lesson of The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think. – Socrates.
10 Incredibly Powerful Teaching Tools of the Future. How do you feel. Some great. Ideas for next. 25 Free Resources for Learning a Language Online. Jane Hart is the Founder of the Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies, one of the most visited learning sites on the Web.
In her monthly column for eLearn she shares some "gems"—useful or valuable tools, resources, and products she has unearthed for learning and performance improvement/support. In this month's column she focuses on free resources for learning how to speak a foreign language. I learned German at school and actually went on to study it at university. The whys and the. Fcpteacher.flatclassroomproject. Learning to Change/ Changing to Learn: Student Voices. Halloween. Halloween Submitted by admin on 27 October, 2011 - 11:26.
#edtech20 project Twitter tweets related to: Videos, Class, Teachingenglish, Britishcouncil, Elt and more. Search Seminars and Webcasts - Events, Webcasts and Seminars - Cisco Systems. Time to vote for your favorite Language Facebook Page 2011. UPDATE: Voting has ended.
Results will be published June 1. Here is the alphabetically sorted list of the top 100 Language Facebook Pages that qualified for the voting phase (read more about how the competition works). Click the button next to the name of the Facebook Page you want to vote for and click “vote” at the bottom of the poll! Teaching ESL Students Reading & Phonemic Awareness- Reading Horizons. By Robin Schwarz Spoken language is noise which the experienced listener sorts into meaningful chunks.
A child spends many years perfecting this sorting. In a similar way, a learner of a new language must sort out the unfamiliar sounds into pieces that make sense: phrases or sentences, words, syllables and even phonemes (the smallest sound segments). Reading experts have known for years that difficulty with the sorting process, or phonological skills, is directly connected to the reading and spelling problems of many students. Report cites 40 diverse examples of blended learning.
Educators also give their ‘wish lists’ for blended learning technology, policy By Meris Stansbury, Associate Editor Read more by Meris Stansbury May 3rd, 2011.
Digital Storytelling Tools. Why Formative Assessments Matter. Updated 01/2014 Summative assessments, or high stakes tests and projects, are what the eagle eye of our profession is fixated on right now, so teachers often find themselves in the tough position of racing, racing, racing through curriculum.
Have you looked at Blogger lately? Declaration of Education Participants. Using Crocodoc for collaborative homework marking. Professional development. ELTons - Innovation Awards - British Council. The ELTons 2014 shortlists have been announced!
Below are the nominees, selected by a panel of expert judges using the Delphi technique, who are in the running to win a prestigious ELTon award. Here are the 2014 nominees in full: Excellence in Course Innovation Access EAP: Frameworks - Garnet EducationDyslexia for Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (Dystefl) - Dystefl ProjectESOL National 4 - K2L LtdOUR WORLD - National Geographic LearningPicaro - Kaplan International EnglishTEDDY EDDIE Skillful - Macmillan Education Innovation in Learner Resources BreakingNewsEnglish.com - Sean Banville Academic Skills Series - CollinsDiscover our Amazing World CLIL READERS - Express PublishingHow to speak English; The pronunciation App - Kaplan International English International Management English series: Leading People, Managing Projects, Managing Change, Working Virtually - Delta Publishing LtdListenUp - Reallyenglish Innovation in Teacher Resources Digital Innovation Local Innovation.
Moving from Web 2.No to Web 2.Go. I spent the week of February 7-11 attending the 2011 TCEA Convention and Exposition in Austin, Texas.
The theme for this year's gathering was "No LimITs", and it was an appropriate theme for my biggest takeaways from the conference. For years I have been hearing and reading about the need to open up Web 2.0 tools for student and teacher use in schools as well as moving toward 1:1 computer/device access for students. This year, these two themes converged at TCEA, and for the first time I heard from several schools and districts that have taken steps in these directions. I left the conference encouraged and energized to help my own district start making moves in this direction. Goal 7: Play and Have Fun! #30Goals. Posted by Shelly Terrell on Tuesday, February 8th 2011 Goal 7 of The 30 Goals Challenge 2011 Goal Short-term- Observe a child not in school play for at least 5 minutes. Notice how the child learns before the influence of school. Find a way to incorporate play, fun, and movement into a lesson this week.
SchoolExpress.com - 13000+ FREE worksheets. Education Reform – Explain it to Me Like I’m a Fifth Grader « Relentless Teaching. This whole approach to education reform for the 21st century…yeah, I need someone to explain it to me like I’m a fifth-grader. I’ve been reading the recently published work of a few respected educators; experts such as Tony Wagner (The Global Achievement Gap), Diane Ravitch (The Death and Life of the American School System), and Yong Zhao (Catching Up or Leading the Way).
Their thoughts about the knowledge and skills students must develop to be contributing citizens in the 21st century are intriguing. New Technology Could Offer Savings, Educational Boon. The recessionary pressures that have forced school leaders to make painful program and personnel cuts may also have accelerated the quest for savings through innovation—and enhanced the allure of educational technology as a vehicle. Online curricula, distance learning, netbooks and cellphones in the classroom, and Web 2.0 tools—think Facebook and Skype—as a means of student collaboration have all gained luster as the drive to do more with less overlaps with the demands of educating a generation of digital natives. Still unclear, though, is just how significant such innovations are likely to prove as a cost-cutting strategy,... This article is available to registered guests only. Marisa Constantinides: Professional Development through Facebook and Nings. By shellterrell, on December 13th, 2010 Bio: Marisa Constantinides is the Director of Studies of CELT Athens and is responsible for the design and implementation of all programmes offered by CELT.
Her main qualifications related to teaching are the RSA Diploma in TEFLA (DTEFLA), a precursor to the Cambridge DELTA Diploma, and an M.A. in Applied Linguistics from the University of Reading in the UK. Launching Elluminate Live! Start Session.