Friday last lessons, especially the last 10-15 minutes, have always been difficult both for me and for my students. Knowing that weekend holiday will start soon, their motivation starts to decrease and it becomes really hard to keep them in class.
A website for teachers filled with ideas for literacy teaching using visual resources such as film, animation, photographs and picture books.
After teaching physics in a high school classroom for 13 years, I stepped out of the classroom to start Flipping Physics, a business dedicated to creating free, clear, concise and comedic physics educational videos.
"Jeff is an experienced and gifted communicator who generously shares his gifts with the education community through his podcast channel and site, TeacherCast. Jeff is always positive, encouraging, and vibrant in his interactions with others making them feel at ease on the air and in person.
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This year, I've been thinking a lot about what it means to collaborate globally. In the past, I've participated in amazing events such as Dot Day, Talk Like a Pirate Day, and World Read Aloud Day. Each of those events has connected our students to classrooms and authors around the globe, and I've found so many collaborative colleagues through these events.
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The St. Peter's Student Council are set to team up again with the St Vincent de Paul to help those who need it the most in our community this Christmas. The Toy Appeal has been a great success over the past two years.
If a monkey takes a selfie and it goes viral, does the monkey own that picture? For our first Portable Radio Point of View of the season, students in grade 5 debate the issue.
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The Infinite Thinking Machine (ITM) is a high-energy Internet TV show that inspires creativity and innovation in education.
065 - Heating In this video Paul Andersen explains how heating is the transfer of energy (heat) from a warmer object to a cooler object. Heat can be transferred through conduction, convection...
The dates are set for the Library 2.014 Worldwide Virtual Conference. The fourth annual global conversation about the future of libraries is scheduled for To be kept informed of the latest conference news and updates, please We are looking forward to the fourth year of this this momentous event, and to your participation!
Below are six 'Little Red Riding Hood' resources, as well as tasks and comparative questions. Although primarily aimed at Junior Cycle students, some of the questions can also be adapted for Senior Cycle students. Click the images below for separate PDFs or click here for the combined PDF. 1.
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Video Activities for Advanced Learners (by All.at.C)
My name is Josh Flores and I am the Director of Language Arts for the Oklahoma State Department of Education. It is my goal to support Oklahoma educators with organized...
If this doesn't make you say, "EW!" then nothing will. The message: wash your hands. There are a LOT of germs out there waiting for you to be their host! Kud...
Responding to the Needs of the 21st Century Student (by Brad Gustafson)
Don't forget, it's another day of swimming tomorrow for 2B & 2C! Curious what we're up to in the pool? Check it out! Featuring Bobby Darin - "Splish Splash" Congratulations to Laura and Lincoln, both from 3E, for being the Learner Profile Athlete of the Week recipients for the week of October 27th - 31st!
Students came to your classroom already prepared to ask questions about a new topic? What if you already knew the questions the students wanted answering? Students already understood the new concept and were ready to experiment? Teachers didn't have to stand and lecture and students didn't sit and listen for long lengths of time?