There are so many free productivity tools available on the Internet for today’s educators. I’m creating a resource page that list many of the most useful ones, and I’d love to have your input!
By “productivity” tools and resources, I am referring to tools that can help teachers get their jobs done more efficiently or effectively, at no cost (beyond the effort required to use the resources, of course). There are so many of these types of tools out on the…
Hey!Today I will advice you some websites about kids stuff.You know, to
get the children's attention is more difficult than the other
students'.So we should do different things in our classes as long as
Anyway,Let's start !
Hi Fellow Classroom 2.0 Members. I run a blogsite for my personal branding services at: www.CampbellDuke.com. The focus is on 3 main groups: "job hunters, career changers and solopreneurs".
Personal branding has its roots in personal success psychology as well as in marketing. As people work through the process there is a significant focus on communication skills: reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing and representing.…
A year and a half ago I started my Doctoral Degree in Educational Leadership. As a teacher, this program has been influential in helping
to shape my philosophy of education. In particular, I have really begun
to analyze and critique the assessment policy I use in the classroom.
school year I was part of a committee that was reading and evaluating
the ideas presented in Rick Stiggins' Assessment for Learning model… Continue
Added by Justin Tarte on August 9, 2010 at 6:20am —
The video posted on this page on 21st Century Learning suggests requirements that neither make all schools the same, nor require we drop everything we do. But it does suggest a framework for renewal. We need to:
Use a project/problem based curriculum and experiential learning
When faced with a new concept it is natural and necessary to attach meaning to that concept. Sometimes when we find an understandable example of that concept we begin to confuse that idea for the concept itself. As Salem High School and the City of Salem Schools strive to… Continue
Added by Scott Habeeb on March 23, 2010 at 7:37pm —
I recently posted about a classroom teacher's story about barriers to technology integration in her history class, a "classroom for the future" http://bit.ly/9HMf9Y From my post, you can link directly to the teacher's M.Ed. thesis, which provides a good first-person insight about the barriers she faced in her attempts to effectively integrate a rich assortment of technology in her classroom.
Members of this network may have noticed a video that seems out of place on an educational social network. The video is of a post-game interview with NBA player Allen Iverson. Why in the world is that on here?
A Three-Dimensional Model for Understanding Student Disruptive Behavior: Part Three, The Interpersonal Approach*
The interpersonal approach, the third dimension to understanding student disruptive behavior suggests that many youngsters naturally acquire anti-social and irresponsible behavior through rewarded peer socialization. Many of these youngsters do not have positive role models in their daily life to imitate. Therefore, the interpersonal approach advocates that… Continue
Staying organized during a hectic school year is certainly a difficult task. With hundreds of e-mails, phone messages, parent conferences, and meetings, staying organized can seem impossible. To help, I’ve put together a short list of helpful apps I use to stay on top of things. MORE...
Online quizzes or tests work as good tools for organizations and training. Making and placing quizzes on your website or blog has many benefits.
For educators and trainers, online quizzes or tests are essential materials that help you find the weakness of students on specified knowledge. For individuals, you can make some funny quizzes to drive traffic to your website or blog.
Then, how to make a quiz or quizzes for your website or…Continue
Added by SunnyY on December 9, 2009 at 12:10am —