Monthly Archives: July 2014
I believe this is one topic we rather skimmed over in class. Because of all the new stuff we had to learn, the issue was pushed to the back of my mind, but not too far back, though. I consider … Continue reading
SOUNDCLOUD a simple presentation of something that is really simple to use I’m leaving the bells and whistles to soundcloud itself!
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning is a blog written by Med Kharbach, who seems to like graphics, as many of his blogs feature them. This blog (Mobile Learning Explained Visually) certainly uses drawings, graphs, icons, and trademarks. The graphic for … Continue reading
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Dr. John Medina, a developmental molecular biologist, has put together 12 facts (which he calls rules) about how the brain works. Most of the rules are not new: exercise makes your brain work better; a stressed brain doesn’t work well; … Continue reading
Because it’s more fun to make these than to write about them… http://youtu.be/yGH38UgRsVI This is for a preK class, with help from their parents or significant elders. Getting the class to come up with actions/motions for the song in sequence … Continue reading
Podcast for pre-K to Grade 3 students. Assessment activity: What do you think a pitcher plant looks like? Draw one (or a million) with the bugs that they might like to eat.