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Leah Evans

Contractions - 0 views

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  • Word Lists Analogies - New!CapitonymsCompound Words - New!  Contractions Dolch - Sight WordsGeography ListsHomophones, Homonyms, etc.Literature Based Word ListsMath Vocabulary - Most Popular!Monthly Holiday ListsMultiple Meaning Words - New!Phonics & Sight Word CurriculumPossessive NounsSample Lists By GradeScience Vocabulary - New!Sequential Spelling ProgramSound Alike WordsSyllables - New!Word Abbreviations Help and InformationFAQs - Frequently Asked QuestionsPrintablesOur Educational AwardsTestmonials- New!Custom Sentences and Definitions Handwriting WorksheetsStudent Writing PracticeTeacher Training VideosGetting Started Welcome LettersFunding Sources - New! ArticlesResearch on Spelling AutomaticityThe Importance of SpellingRecommended Learning ResourcesImprove your writing skillsAdopt-A-ClassroomSpellingCity and NCom  put ingReading ComprehensionIncorporating Spelling Into ReadingWriting Prompts that Motivate   Contractions Contractions
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    Free games to reinforce the usage and spelling of contractions.
Kathleen Cercone

Wufoo · Free HTML Form Builder - 0 views

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    Our HTML form builder helps anyone create contact forms, web surveys, and invitations so they can collect the data, registrations and online payments they need without writing a single line of code. Free if * 1 User * 3 forms * 3 Reports * 10 Fields* 100 Entries / Month
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    Wufoo is an online HTML form builder that helps anyone create beautiful forms, surveys and invitations without writing a single line of code.
Fabola smith

How to Submit a Form Using JavaScript? - 0 views

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    Sometimes, you may need to submit a form programmatically using Javascript in contrast to the standard user way of submitting the form by clicking on the form. Javascript provides the submit() method to allow for form submit from javascript. Javascript
ashkif as

Penang Home Tuition 槟城专业家庭补习 - 0 views

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    Dear parents, primary & secondary school students;  We provide 1 to 1 home tuition for KSSR Standard 1,2,3,4,5,6, Form 1, Form 2, Form 3, Form 4, SPM, Home Schooling,International School, IGCSE, UEC, 统考上门补习 UCSCAM, O-Level, July Paper. We are able to travel all areas in Penang Island, Malaysia .) We are university graduates, [Full Time Tutors] and have more than 15 years of teaching experience. SINGLE / ALL SUBJECTS available for Private Tuition Penang : Subjects covered: KARANGAN, TATABAHAS...
jodi tompkins

EduDemic » 41 New Ways Google Docs Makes Your Life Easier - 0 views

  • New version of Google documents
  • The new version has chat, character-by-character real time co-editing, and makes imports and exports much better
  • Over the next couple of weeks, they’re rolling out the ability to upload, store, and share any file in Google Docs
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  • Forms: Add pages and allow navigation to a specific page within a Form
  • Shared folders
  • Bulk upload
  • Forms improvements
  • They’ve added a new question type (grid), support for right-to-left languages in forms, and a new color scheme for the forms summary. Also, you can now pre-populate form fields with URL parameters, and if you use Google Apps, you can create forms which require sign-in to access
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Tom Daccord

Advise the Advisor: Melody Barnes | The White House - 9 views

  • Advise the Advisor is a new program to help senior staff at the White House stay connected to the American people.

    Providing our nation’s students with a world-class education is a shared responsibility. It’s going to take all of us – teachers, parents, students, philanthropists, state and local governments, and the federal government – working together to prepare today’s students for the future.

    This week, Melody Barnes, Director of the Domestic Policy Council and one of President Obama’s senior advisors on education policy, is asking for feedback from parents, teachers and students about what’s working in their communities and what needs to change when it comes to education.

    You can add your voice to the conversation by answering one or all of the following questions:

    • Parents: Responsibility for our children’s education and future begins in our homes and communities. What are some of the most effective ways you're taking responsibility at a personal and local level for your child’s education?
    • Teachers: President Obama has set a goal of having the highest proportion of college graduates in the world by 2020. How are you preparing your students for college and career? What’s working and what challenges do you face?
    • Students: In order to compete for the jobs of the 21st century, America’s students must be prepared with a strong background in reading, math and science along with the critical thinking, problem solving, and creativity needed to succeed in tomorrow’s workforce. How has your education prepared you for a career in the 21st century? What has worked and what challenges do you face?

    Past Questions

    David Plouffe, Senior Advisor to the President, kicked off the series by asked for your feedback on how American innovation affects your community and the obstacles to innovation you see where you live. Check out David’s video and read his follow up blog post responding to some of the major themes we saw in reading your feedback.

    Austan Goolsbee, Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors, posted the second edition of Advise the Advisor asking for feedback from small businesses about the obstacles they face in getting off the ground. Austan responded to some of your feedback during a live chat at the Winning the Future Forum on Small Business in Cleveland.

    Please answer the question(s) below that best apply to you. Please restrict your answers to no more than 2,500 characters.

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    Responsibility for our children’s education and future begins in our homes and communities. What are some of the most effective ways you're taking responsibility at a personal and local level for your child’s education?

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    "Advise the Advisor is a new program to help senior staff at the White House stay connected to the American people."
Professional Learning Board

Looking at Formative Assessments - 20 views

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    Formative assessments are, by definition, assessments that are used constantly to determine student mastery. They are a tool that can be used to reshape teaching. In order to use Formative assessment correctly, an educator must first understand both his/her curriculum and what the state/school district expects a student to know at the end of the course.
Paul Beaufait

Using Google Forms | LearnCentral - 53 views

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    Eaton, Sarah. (2011.02.11). Using Google forms [webinar]. "Learn how to use Google forms and embed them on your website or use them in your own e-learning presentations. ... You can also download the manual that was given out here." (Detaile[ed] Description).
theummedschool

The Ummed School - Best School in Jodhpur - 0 views

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    Our holistic learning approach continues in different forms, so, today lemonade making activity organized in The Ummed School in which students learned how 2-3 substances are mixed and a totally new substance is formed. This type of practical learning approach helps a lot in developing creativity and forming a thought process. Lemonade is the drink of choice for countless people-and now you can use it to teach your little ones the scientific method! This fun science activity for kids allows children to make their own lemonade while following directions, making a hypothesis, and collecting data through observation. Activity Instructions Cut a lemon into four pieces and throw away all of the seeds. Put a piece of lemon in a Ziploc bag, one for each child and one for yourself. Help your children measure and add a half a cup of water and a teaspoon of sugar to their bags. When all of the ingredients are added, zip the bags. Help your child squeeze the lemon into the bag and shake it up to mix the contents. As you are shaking it ask your kids to predict what will happen to the ingredients. Have them talk about the changes they are seeing within the bag and how they think the lemonade will taste. After 30 seconds, stop mixing and add a couple of ice cubes to each bag. Hand your little ones a straw and enjoy! The outcome of Activity This fun science activity for kids will teach your little ones how to follow the scientific method. They will listen to your instructions, predict the outcome of the activity, and make observations throughout. Additionally, they will create a delicious drink that they can enjoy!
Jim Farmer

How To Use Google Forms to Conduct a Survey - 42 views

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    This post describes how to use the form feature of Google Spreadsheets to conduct a survey.
Jim Farmer

Google Forms - kernkelley - 25 views

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    Using Google Forms in education. This page has links to excellent templates that you can use in your classroom and school. Everything from Quizzes to surveys and flashcard builders.
Fabola smith

How to Submit a Form Using Jquery? - 0 views

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    Here we shall discuss how we are going to submit the form from a jquery program. Earlier, we had discussed how to submit a program using javascript. Now, we shall discuss how to submit a program using Jquery. Like javascript that provides the submit()
David Freeburg

http://epicepoch.wordpress.com/2011/05/26/global-google-forms/ - 0 views

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    Help me generate responses to a Google Form.
Paul Beaufait

Google Forms - Tech Niche - 53 views

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    Antoinette Spiegel's collection of links to materials and resources for teachers (interested in) using Google Forms
Alias Librarian

5 Fantastic, Fast Formative Assessment Tools | Edutopia - 0 views

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    Great websites that allow for fast formative assessing. Helps to make sure ALL students have mastery before moving on with instruction.
Nigel Coutts

Making the best use of our time with Google Forms - The Learner's Way - 6 views

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    Teachers are a busy lot. We are a profession whose workload seems to be forever on the rise and as much as you do, there is always more to be done, more to be learned, new challenges to be surmounted and exciting new opportunities to be explored. For all of this it is important to make the most efficient use of the tools we have at our disposal. Google Forms can help. 
J Black

Stats: Old Media's Decline, New Media's Ascent - 0 views

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    Quick: what was the most widely-used form of media in 2008? If you guessed Internet news sites, blogs, or social networks, you'd be way off. Network TV news (NBC, CBS, ABC) is still used by the highest percentage of adult Internet users, with local newspapers and local TV news occupying the 2nd and 3rd positions, respectively, in a recently released survey from Ketchum. While old media is still on top, the trends in the survey, which has been conducted each of the last three years, point to a familiar story: media consumption habits are quickly changing. That said, some forms of new media are performing much better than others. For example: - Blogs are now used by 24% of Internet users, up from 13% in 2006 - Social networks are now used by 26% of Internet users, up from 17% in 2006 - Videocasts are now used by 11% of Internet users, up from 6% in 2006 Slower growers include: - RSS feeds: growing from 5 to 7 percent - Podcasts: growing from 5 to 7 percent - Business news sites: flat at 8 percent
Anica Petkoska

Educators on Twitter - 0 views

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    Are you an educator? Add yourself to the International list of Educators. Go to the Form menu and choose Go live Form.
J Black

Educational Leadership:Literacy 2.0:Orchestrating the Media Collage - 1 views

  • New media demand new literacies. Because of inexpensive, easy-to-use, widely distributed new media tools, being literate now means being able to read and write a number of new media forms, including sound, graphics, and moving images in addition to text.
  • New media coalesce into a collage. Being literate also means being able to integrate emerging new media forms into a single narrative or "media collage," such as a Web page, blog, or digital story.
  • New media are largely participatory, social media. Digital literacy requires that students have command of the media collage within the context of a social Web, often referred to as Web 2.0. The social Web provides venues for individual and collaborative narrative construction and publication through blogs and such services as MySpace, Google Docs, and YouTube. As student participation goes public, the pressure to produce high-quality work increases.
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  • Historically, new media first appear to the vast majority of us in read-only form because they are controlled by a relatively few technicians, developers, and distributors who can understand or afford them. The rest of us only evolve into writers once the new media tools become easy to use, affordable, and widely available, whether these tools are cheap pencils and paper or inexpensive digital tools and shareware.
  • Thus, a new dimension of literacy is now in play—namely, the ability to adapt to new media forms and fit them into the overall media collage quickly and effectively.
  • n the mid 1960s, Marshall McLuhan explained that conventional literacy caused us to trade an ear for an eye, and in so doing, trade the social context of the oral tradition for the private point of view of reading and writing. To him, television was the first step in our "retribalization," providing a common social experience that could serve as the basis for dialogue in the global village.2  However, television told someone else's story, not ours. It was not until Web 2.0 that we had the tools to come full circle and produce and consume social narrative in equal measure. Much of the emerging nature of literacy is a result of inexpensive, widely available, flexible Web 2.0 tools that enable anyone, regardless of technical skill, to play some part in reinventing literacy.
  • What is new is that the tools of literacy, as well as their effects, are now a topic of literacy itself.
  • Students need to be media literate to understand how media technique influences perception and thinking. They also need to understand larger social issues that are inextricably linked to digital citizenship, such as security, environmental degradation, digital equity, and living in a multicultural, networked world. We want our students to use technology not only effectively and creatively, but also wisely, to be concerned with not just how to use digital tools, but also when to use them and why.
  • The fluent will lead, the literate will follow, and the rest will get left behind.
  • They need to be the guide on the side rather than the technician magician.
Rick Beach

sarabeauchamp - Forms for Inquiry - 0 views

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    Sara Beauchamp-Hicks: NCTE presentation: Using Google Docs Forms for inquiry
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