Artículos con la etiqueta ‘school’

3 Screencasting Resources for the Flipped Teacher

There are a handful of great screencasting resources that can help you create videos for your flipped classroom. Each one has unique features and I encourage you to try a few before deciding on the one you’ll stick with this school year.Gumersindo Fernández’s insight:Explain EverythingShowMeScreencast-O-MaticSee it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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20 + Things you can do with QR codes in your school

QR codes are possibly one of the most underused useful features of new technology. Perhaps one of the main reasons for this is that many people see them as a form of barcode and wrongly believe that they can only be produced by companies, but the reality is anyone can produce a QR code within seconds.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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15 Topics for Your School/ Classroom Blog

Whenever I talk to teachers about blogging I field questions about developing blog post topics and or maintaining a posting schedule. My suggestion is to come up with a list of topics that you can write about every week. I have fifteen suggestions below to help you get started with your blog this fall.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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Hermoso vídeo nos muestra por qué la tristeza es una emoción importante y útil

Animation for The School of Life based on a short piece of writing by Alain de Botton. Directed and animated by Hannah Jacobs Animation assistance Lara Lee Edited…See it on Scoop.it, via Recull diari

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How the Flipped Classroom Changes from Schools to Colleges

Check out this infographic to find how the flipped classroom changes from schools to colleges in terms of: Subjects most flipped, Common Resources, Student Tech Access, Key Educator Concerns, Teacher Tools, How Many Educators Try it?Teacher Feedback, Motivation to FlippingSee it on Scoop.it, via Recull diari

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Seesaw Student Driven Digital Portfolio

Seesaw empowers students of any age to independently document what they are learning at school.Students capture learning with photos and videos of physical work, or by adding digital creations. Everything is uploaded and kept organized for teachers.Teachers can invite families to Seesaw so parents get an immediate, personalized window into their child’s learning.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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A List of Some Good Teacher-tested Tools to Try in Your Class

More back-to-school goodies. This time a collection of some interesting educational platforms to try with your students in class. These resources, curated by edshelf, are teacher-tested and can help you a great deal in your instruction. Check them out and share with your colleagues. EnjoySee it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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Presentation Rubric: Is your presentation ready for an A+?

Most colleges and business schools use a Presentation Rubric to evaluate their students. Funny thing is, they’re not usually that open about sharing it with their students (as if that would do any harm!)Well, we don’t believe in shutting down information. Quite the contrary: I think the best way to practice your speech is to know exactly what is being tested!See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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10 Excellent Google Drive Apps Teachers Should Try This School Year

Here is another back-to-school goodie for teachers. This is basically a selection of some of the best educational Google Drive apps to use in your instruction. As is the case with Mac, Chromebook, and Chrome lists, all of these apps have been covered in separate review posts in the past and are also deemed to be among the most popular among teachers and educators based on the feedback we received following their publication.Gumersindo Fernández’s insight:1- …

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Copyright Lessons for Kids

Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright is a resource for kids produced by the Library of Congress. Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright is intended to help elementary school students understand the purposes and functions of copyright.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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How to Quickly Create Vocabulary Lists from a Document

Last winter I was contacted by a high school student who had developed a neat tool for generating vocabulary lists and study sheets from a document. That tool is called Vocabulist. Vocabulist enables students to upload a document and have it extract words and definitions from it. Each word in the document is matched to a definition.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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13 Common Sayings to Avoid

When I was a new teacher in middle school several centuries ago, I occasionally said things to students that I later regretted. In the last few years, I have witnessed or heard teachers say additional regretful things to students. Recently I asked students in my graduate courses (all practicing teachers) if they ever told their students anything they regret. After hearing these regrets and talking with children about what teachers said that bothered them, I …

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Another Great Tool for Creating Buzzfeed-style Quizzes

Riddle has recently rolled out some new features that should be especially useful for the upcoming school year. For those of you not yet familiar with Riddle this is a great web platform that allows teachers to create their own PlayBuzz and Buzzfeed-style quizzes, lists, polls, and more. ‘Riddle’s goal is to provide best-in-class tools that making creating interactive content simple, so you can concentrate on the content instead of worrying about the tool.’See it …

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10 Emerging Education Technologies

Are you or your students wearing your Apple Watches to school, and if so, are you using them as part of your curriculum? What about the use of digital textbooks, adaptive learning, collaboration with other schools or flipped classrooms? These technologies represent some of the cutting edge tools and trends in education. While some are being implemented now, regular use of others is on the (not to distant) horizon. We’ve scanned the gurus’ lists and found…

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5 Things Students Can Blog About to Start the School Year

One of the challenges of starting a new classroom blog is generating enough content for your students to read and to comment on. If you can get students blogging early in the year, you can build momentum for the rest of the school year. Here are five things that you could have students blog about in the first week of school.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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20 Tips for Creating a Safe Learning Environment

I visit a lot of classrooms. And I’m always fascinated by the variety of ways teachers launch the new school year and also with how they “run their rooms” on a daily basis. From these visits and my own experiences as an instructor, I’d like to offer my top 20 suggestions for keeping your classroom a safe, open, and inviting place to learn.See it on Scoop.it, via TIC & Educación

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Mejorar o practicar inglés en verano para docentes. ¿Te animas?

¿Quieres mejorar o practicar tu inglés este verano? Aquí tienes 5 propuestas para que elijas la que mejor se adapte a tus vacaciones: sitios donde los docentes pueden repasar y mejorar su inglés. Desde un ordenador o desde el teléfono, sin salir de España o en la campiña inglesa, pagando o de forma gratuita. eLearning: Pearson English Interactive Éste es un programa on line que los especialistas de Inglés pueden utilizar de forma intensiva para repasar sus conocimientos, pues…

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The Educator’s Guide to Pinterest

Your classroom probably has a bulletin board. It’s the perfect spot to organize information and show off great work. Increasingly, learning is happening online, and so it’s no surprise that the bulletin board has moved online. Enter Pinterest. Teachers of young students are using the online application to find lesson ideas and stay organized, while middle and high school teachers are getting their students to use the app themselves for planning projects or collecting materials …

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