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21 Simple Ideas To Improve Student Motivation - 0 views

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    21 Simple Ideas To Improve Student Motivation
kasey8876

Parade of Games in PowerPoint - 5 views

    • kasey8876
       
      The use of PPT can help students interact witht he material in a fun way. It can help students meet learning objectives. For example students will be able to identify drug names through.
    • kasey8876
       
      I like the use of the Jeoprady game the best and think it could be used by individuals or teams.
    • alexandra m. pickett
       
      ok. i see your sticky here now.
  • Jeopardy
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    The Parade of Games web site was created to provide educators and trainers with easy-to-assemble educational games in a technology-enhanced environment to support key learning points. The site demonstrates the creative use of popular game shows and other familiar games to reinforce learning. Educators and trainers can select and download those PowerPoint games that support their learning objectives and are compatible with the technology capabilities of their learning environment. I can use this in my course to help the students engage the content and make learning fun and interactive.
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    Love this! I will absolutely be using some of these in my classroom!
alexandra m. pickett

Try College 101 « Saylor Academy - 1 views

  • However, having a sense of purpose that motivates you and a lifestyle that supports your ability to focus on your academic goals are the basic building blocks of success in college and beyond.
    • Elena Buttgereit
       
      I love their attitude! It really speaks to their dedication to helping students succeed in a college atmosphere.
  • a new college student or a person considering a college education
    • Elena Buttgereit
       
      This is essentially a course that I could see being a sequel to my course! It talks about what you need to be successful in college; so once you get there, what do you need to know?
  • Reading: College Success
    • Elena Buttgereit
       
      This article is spectacular and it won't let me highlight within it because it is a pdf. But it gives many self-assessment surveys so students can learn where they stand in their college readiness.
    • Elena Buttgereit
       
      This article is spectacular and it won't let me highlight within it because it is a pdf. But it gives many self-assessment surveys so students can learn where they stand in their college readiness.
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  • Learning Outcomes
    • Elena Buttgereit
       
      I really like how they break down the learning outcomes by activity. I should do this more clearly in my class.
  • Unit 7: Academic Writing and Research in College
    • Elena Buttgereit
       
      This is something that students don't often understand coming into college and causes a lot of stress during the first semester. Students need to be aware of what is expected of them in college and anticipate the heavy reading and writing curriculum that college provides. This could help prevent a lot of failed assignments and help students keep up their confidence for learning.
  • first impression people have of you
    • Elena Buttgereit
       
      Netiquette! Already incorporated in the unit!
  • Unit 12: The Social World of College
    • Elena Buttgereit
       
      This is another concern many students have while researching colleges. Introducing activities/readings like this could help to alleviate some of those worries.
  • ry College 101
    • Elena Buttgereit
       
      There really isn't anything in this course that I don't like. I think it is all incredibly useful, and some of it can be incorporated pre-emptively so that college applicants are prepared and knowledgeable about the college experience.
    • alexandra m. pickett
       
      This is great, Elena, but i need you to add how you intend to use this resrouce in your course.
  • Try College 101
    • Elena Buttgereit
       
      I will use this page in the last module of my course, as a way to help students transition to being a student. I will probably use it as an extra credit assignment.
    • alexandra m. pickett
       
      yay!! got it!!!
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    Module 4 assignment
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    Module 4 assignment
Jessica M

https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/bitstream/1807/30005/1/The%20Reliability%2c%20Validi... - 0 views

    • Jessica M
       
       Most frequently heard is the claim that involving students in the assessment of their work, especially giving them opportunities  to contribute to the criteria on which that work will be judged, increases student engagement in assessment tasks. 
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      Other teachers argue that self-assessment has distinctive features that warrant its use. For example, self-assessment provides information that is not easily determined, such as how much effort students expended in preparing for the task.
    • Jessica M
       
      Still others argue that students learn  more when they know that they will share  responsibility for the assessment of what they have learned. 
Jessica M

http://spfk12.org/cms/lib07/NJ01001501/Centricity/Domain/9/Self-Assessment%20Through%20... - 0 views

    • Jessica M
       
      In the hands of students, a good rubric can orient learners to the concept of quality as defined by experts in a field, inform self- and peer assessment, and guide revision and improvement. Rubrics can be informative as well as evaluative.
    • Jessica M
       
      During self-assessment, students reflect on the quality of their work, judge the degree to which it reflects explicitly stated goals or criteria, and revise. Self-assessment is formative-students assess works in progress to find ways to improve their performance.
efleonhardt

Promoting Student Self-Assessment - ReadWriteThink - 0 views

  • Student Created Rubrics: Ask students to contribute to the creation of a rubric that defines success. A reading response task, a multi-modal presentation, or a group discussion leads to higher levels of learning when students are included in defining success.
  • Nameless Voice: Ask students to anonymously submit sample work to share with the class. Sample paragraphs on the overhead, a visual vocabulary card, or a ticket out the door quick write can all be samples of student work that the class or individual students can use. Ask students to write or discuss how the nameless voice is similar or different to their understanding
kasey8876

Jeopardy - 0 views

    • kasey8876
       
      This site offers a template to be used to develop a jeopardy game in power point.
Teresa Dobler

Educational Leadership:Giving Students Meaningful Work:Seven Essentials for Project-Bas... - 0 views

  • personally meaningful
  • educational purpose.
  • "entry event" that engages interest and initiates questioning
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  • sets up a scenario
  • sense of purpose and challeng
  • provocative, open-ended, complex, and linked to the core of what you want students to learn.
  • more voice and choice
  • s collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and the use of technology
  • fine-tuned their questions
  • investigated new questions
  • students follow a trail that begins with their own questions, leads to a search for resources and the discovery of answ
  • rs, and often ultimately leads to generating new questions, testing ideas, and drawing their own conclusion
lkryder

OpenBadges.me - 0 views

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    a place to make badges - really easy and fun - download and put them in your course
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