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Little Bird Tales: Capture the Voice of Childhood. We offer a fun,unique way to create,record and share stories online.
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Фрагмент спектакля "Лица". Середина 80х. Konstantin Raykin. Dance.
This ia a neat checklist to assess whether the project you set is worth the effort.
Great checklist for project-based learning
Just to remind myself :-)
I don't htink about competency in exactly this way...but this conversation is a fabulous one to be in.
From very early in my life, possibly in my elementary school years, but certainly by the time I was in high school, I've felt that the age-based grouping of children for education was ineffective, holding some students back, while forcing others ahead before they were ready. Even without digital learning techniques, I believe that students, all students, benefit from a system that takes each individual's learning styles and needs into account, recognizing mastery (or competency, as it's referred to in this infographic) as the basis for placement in each subject. The advent of digital learning systems provides the means for making such a process easier and more cost-effective than ever before, and I hope that our schools, regardless of whether they are brick & mortar or via the Internet, will continue to explore ways to help every child learn in the way that works best for them.
Edmodo is a communication tool for teachers and students. Miss Frank is trying it out along with the other teachers of Charlevoix Public Schools. To join her class, you need a code. If you haven't recieved it already, email her ...
Free TESL teaching & learning materials for young English language learners.
Edmodo provides a safe and easy way for your class to connect and collaborate, share content, and access homework, grades and school notices.
Stixy makes it fun and easy for you to collaborate online! Create tasks, appointments, files, photos, notes, and bookmarks on your Stixyboards, organized in whatever way make sense to you.
Mix photos, video, music and create videos.
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Éducation 2.0, - Microblogging gratuit et privé dans la salle de classe...
By Maria Rita
Gallery of 5 card stories...
Created by Simone Salles
This week we are exploring some creative writing tools. To start with, this is a short story started I created for our course. It was a calm Sunday morning. I was enjoying my breakfast in be...
Wow, I'm really excited this week because not only did I get the chance to start writing a story but I also got the chance to collaborate with other classmates (teachers) on writing a story togethe...
"Julie Greller's blog A Media Specialist's Guide to the Internet features some great content for teachers. Posts are sorted by subject and grade level, and there's also a link to some free ebooks. ...
Excellent blog lots and lots of tools here. Enjoy browsing.
I'm an avid reader of Julies's blog. She share's awesome resources.
This is a teaching and leanring tool that I've been part of developing. I love it and it's really having a huge impact on student confidence.
Large collection of links to stories available online, organized by level. And free.
Online English Speaking Tips #5 Join A Club (Online English Speaking Tips #5 Join A Club http://t.co/vlbfqoXg #efl #esol...)...
>> Voted Best Individual Blog of 2011 by Edublog awards "[...] Kieran Donaghy, an English teacher at UAB Idiomes Barcelona, Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona [...] set up Film English in March 2010.
Extraordinary Music Resource From EFL Classroom 2.0 http://t.co/iOOKs6w3...
Storybirds are short, visual stories that you can make, share, and print.
Amazing introduction by one of our EVO2012 participant, Nicki.
Online Presentation Tool â€“ SlideRocket offers a free 30-day trial for its dynamic, secure, and easy-to-access web-based presentation software.
Carla's reflection on week 1.
Story by EVO participant Mercedes