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Mallory Burton

instaGrok.com - 0 views

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    Pulls a variety of media, facts from www to create a concept map about your topic.
Mallory Burton

The Role of the Resource Teacher in an Inclusive Setting | Canadian Education Associati... - 0 views

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    New Brunswick teachers rank types of supports that they find most valuable. Collaboration and co-planning top the list and technology is rated last. Today, more and more schools are embracing inclusive beliefs and values and putting into practice structures that will permit each student to learn in an environment that welcomes diversity.
Mallory Burton

OS X Yosemite lets you video capture iOS 8 devices with a Lightning cable - 0 views

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    Capturing a real-time screencast of apps and games running on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad used to require juggling with various devices/cables. As our
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    Entire online book about the Picture Word Inductive Method by Emily F. Calhoun.
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Google Tools for Special Needs - Google Docs - 0 views

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    Nice summary of Google Tools available for free
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Tar Heel Reader | Find - 0 views

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    Easy chapter summaries for Hatchet and Tuck Everlasting on Tar Heel Readers. Search for mareend
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The top 3 questions teachers ask me about classroom tech - 0 views

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    There are a handful of questions I can count on being asked at least once at every school in which I do instructional technology coaching. I'm sure many of you have the same issues, so I thought I'd share. Good solid advice for 1)showing YouTube videos, 2)mirroring iPads to SMARTBoards and 3)the best answer to the "must-have" apps question.
Mallory Burton

Universal Design for Learning: Canadian Perspectives | Office for Students with Disabil... - 0 views

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    UDL conference in Montreal in May. David Rose is presenting the keynote.
Mallory Burton

TeachBC BCTF website for sharing resources - 0 views

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    BCTF has just launched (2014) a new website for teachers to upload and share resources.
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    BCTF has just launched (2014) a new website for teachers to upload and share resources.
Mallory Burton

POPEI | Provincial Outreach Program for Early Intervention - 0 views

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    Beautiful design and great resources on the new POPEI website that include suggestions for K-3 reading, writing, word work, oral language, and assessment.
Mallory Burton

Newsela | Nonfiction Literacy and Current Events - 0 views

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    Leveled readings for current events. Requires a free account.
Mallory Burton

Universal Design for Learning: From Theory to Practice. - 0 views

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    Registration link for Universal Design for Learning: From Theory to Practice..Free Webinar coming up Tuesday December 16th.
Mallory Burton

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    The details about the following nine word cloud generators will give you a fair idea how, as an educator, you can get the best out of them. The generator at ABCYA is safe for kids.
Mallory Burton

iPads in the Early Years Classroom - 1 views

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    Slideshare with great ideas
Mallory Burton

SAMR and Google Docs infographic - 0 views

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    Great infographic explains levels of SAMR (Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, Redefinition) using the example of a history report done with Google Docs.
Mallory Burton

Your Rubric Is a Hot Mess; Here's How to Fix It. - Brilliant or Insane - 0 views

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    Instead of listing all the different ways a task deviates from the target, the single-point rubric simply describes the target in a single column of traits.
Mallory Burton

HIAT Self-Reflection on UDL Implementation Graphic Organizer - 1 views

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    Great little tool for helping you figure out which areas of UDL implementation you're currently implementing and what you'd like to try or improve upon.
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    Hi Mallory! Here we are, some years later...I'm getting set to retire...but still looking at and using links and tools that show up from your mailing list. Great stuff! This looks like a great tool. I'm going to check it out with other staff, too, just for the reflection value. Have a great day.
Mallory Burton

Alberta Distance Learning Centre grade 7 - 1 views

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    French 7 consists of 4 Modules divided into 11 sections. Each section has 10 daily lessons, approximately 30 minutes each in length. It is important to work through Modules 1, 2, and 3 in this order since concepts build on each other. However Module 4 can be inserted at appropriate times of the year. For example, La cabane à sucre can be completed in March or April.

    Most school years consist of 200 days. Notice that there are only 110 days of work. The remaining 90 days are to be used to play games and practice what is being taught.
    Module One: School
    Module Two: People Around Me
    Module Three: Weather
    Module Four: Holidays and Celebration
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    French 7 consists of 4 Modules divided into 11 sections. Each section has 10 daily lessons, approximately 30 minutes each in length. It is important to work through Modules 1, 2, and 3 in this order since concepts build on each other. However Module 4 can be inserted at appropriate times of the year. For example, La cabane à sucre can be completed in March or April.

    Most school years consist of 200 days. Notice that there are only 110 days of work. The remaining 90 days are to be used to play games and practice what is being taught.
    Module One: School
    Module Two: People Around Me
    Module Three: Weather
    Module Four: Holidays and Celebration
Mallory Burton

©Alberta Distance Learning Centre (ADLC)- French 5 - 0 views

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    French 5 consists of 5 Modules divided into 13 sections. Each section has 10 daily lessons, approximately 30 minutes each in length. It is important to work through Modules 1, 2, 3, and 4 in this order since concepts build on each other. However Module 5 can be inserted at appropriate times of the year. For example, Christmas can be completed in December.

    Module One: My Elementary School
    Module Two: Clothing
    Module Three: My Home
    Module Four: Animals
    Module Five: Holidays and Celebrations
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    French 5 consists of 5 Modules divided into 13 sections. Each section has 10 daily lessons, approximately 30 minutes each in length. It is important to work through Modules 1, 2, 3, and 4 in this order since concepts build on each other. However Module 5 can be inserted at appropriate times of the year. For example, Christmas can be completed in December.

    Module One: My Elementary School
    Module Two: Clothing
    Module Three: My Home
    Module Four: Animals
    Module Five: Holidays and Celebrations
Mallory Burton

©Alberta Distance Learning Centre (ADLC)- French 6 - 0 views

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    French 6 consists of 5 Modules divided into 13 sections. Each section has 10 daily lessons, approximately 30 minutes each in length. It is important to work through Modules 1, 2, 3, and 4 in this order since concepts build on each other. However Module 5 can be inserted at appropriate times of the year. For example, Remembrance Day can be completed in November.

    Most school years consist of 200 days. Notice that there are only 130 days of work. The remaining 70 days are to be used to play games and practice what is being taught.

    Module One: My Health and Well-Being
    Module Two: My Neighbourhood
    Module Three: Alberta - My Province
    Module Four: The Environment
    Module Five: Holidays and Celebrations
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    French 6 consists of 5 Modules divided into 13 sections. Each section has 10 daily lessons, approximately 30 minutes each in length. It is important to work through Modules 1, 2, 3, and 4 in this order since concepts build on each other. However Module 5 can be inserted at appropriate times of the year. For example, Remembrance Day can be completed in November.

    Most school years consist of 200 days. Notice that there are only 130 days of work. The remaining 70 days are to be used to play games and practice what is being taught.

    Module One: My Health and Well-Being
    Module Two: My Neighbourhood
    Module Three: Alberta - My Province
    Module Four: The Environment
    Module Five: Holidays and Celebrations
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