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Our children live in a ‘Brave New World”. Muster your courage to learn the essentials of digital citizenship to better understand how to guide the young minds we tend.
Flipgrid is a website that allows teachers to create grids of short discussion-style questions that students respond to through recorded videos. You can create up to four grids with a Flipgrid account. Grids can be classes, sections, groups of students, research groups, faculty groups, or any collection of users interested in a common strand of questions. Each grid can hold an unlimited number of questions, and each question can hold an unlimited number of responses. Questions are short, text-based prompts (think Twitter) that can include basic formatting (such as bold, italic) and links to websites or documents.
I’ve always been an early adopter of teaching technologies. This one is tempting indeed. This review looks at Flipgrid for use in Grades 6-12. I can see it working at a graduate level.
To risk a cliche: “The proof is in the pudding…” You won’t really know unless you try it.
Class Size and Teacher Load: The Effect on Students’ Online Learning Outcomes
Wednesday, 8/31/16, 2pm EDT
Presenter: Dr. Chin-Hsi Lin, Michigan State University
Michigan Virtual Learning webinars present important research about k-12 virtual education. Class size is a subject all online teachers will want to know more about. If you miss the webinar, dig into the MVU archives for some fine research resources.
Below I have listed 16 great ideas for projects using Google Docs, Slides, and Forms. (If you and your students want to learn more about how to use these apps, check out my Google Drive Basics course; more info at the end of this post!)
It’s the beginning of a new school year. Here’s some quality ideas that will power up your thinking about this year’s classes.
Jennifer Gonzales is a National Board Certified teacher with a passion for teaching and learning.
By Dr. Tammy Stephens – Blended learning is one of the fastest growing education sectors. This blog and infographic address 6 of the common myths around it.
Do you believe these myths & misconceptions? Learn about the realities of blended learning here.
The Career Development Coordinator is responsible for identifying, prospecting, developing, and maintaining relationships with both new and existing employers in Silicon Valley and Bay area. This effort is essential for UC Merced as it facilitates student and alumni success in securing internships and post-graduate employment.
Interesting administrative – counseling position for someone with a strong Silicon valley professional network.
Find the best resources for appropriate images to enhance newsletters, instructional design projects, or training materials.
Well researched resources from Online Teacher and Library Media Specialist Shannon Mersand.