Today, I stumbled across Tom Barrett's website notosh.com and discovered an amazing learning activity that every teacher can facilitate in his or her classroom. The activity is called "Googleable vs. Non-Googleable Questions". The description from the website is below:
This infographic created by Short Stack and Skinny shows ways to make updates better and more interesting. Some tips like posting a fun fact will definitely keep readers interested, while others, like not always ending a status update with a question serves to remind us not to make our page too gimmicky.
Check out some highlights at the link or view the infographic in its entirety here.
Activités TBI ? Vous avez la chance de pouvoir utiliser un tableau numérique (TNI/TBI) ? Vous n’avez pas toujours le temps de créer de nouvelles activités permettant aux apprenants d’interagir entre eux ?
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