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NGSS Hub - 35 views

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    NGSS Lesson Plans, standards aligned
Clint Heitz

CATME | Smarter Teamwork Tools - 0 views

      • Assigning students to teams:
        CATME Team-Maker
      • Self and peer evaluations and rating team processes:
        CATME Peer Evaluation
      • Training students to rate teamwork:
        CATME Rater Calibration
      • Training students to work in teams:
        CATME Teamwork Training
      • Making meetings more effective:
        CATME Meeting Support
      • Gather information from students and provide feedback to students.
      • Understand their student teams’ processes, team-members’ contributions, and students’ perspectives on their team experience.
      • Be aware of problems that are occurring on their students’ teams
      • Hold students accountable for contributing to their teams.
      • Use best practices when managing student team experiences.
Clint Heitz

How To Manage Group Work - The Learning Scientists - 2 views

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    A look at tools and resources regarding effective group work in the classroom.
Glenn Hervieux

Plagiarism Checker Tool - 76 views

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    Nice free plagiarism checker tool - copy and paste in text or upload documents.
Glenn Hervieux

Know Students Better: 15 Tools for Formative Assessment - Learning in Hand - 109 views

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    Great post on the best tools for Formative Assessment.
Deborah Baillesderr

Vocabulary.com - Learn Words - English Dictionary - 32 views

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    This site is a great way for anyone to expand their vocab. It allows teachers and students to create lists and has thousands of already made lists from literature, speeches, history, current news, plus more.
Glenn Hervieux

27 Padlet "Best of Education" walls - examples - 83 views

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    Good examples of how Padlet walls can be used to curate and share resources.
Nigel Coutts

Tinkering with Old Technology - The Learner's Way - 27 views

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    As technology evolves and its inner workings increasingly disappear from view, replaced with solid-state parts hidden by glass, aluminium and plastic, our understanding of what makes the world operate is similarly impeded. When machinery from just a few decades ago is viewed a world of moving parts, linkages, cogs and levers is revealed. These mechanical objects contain an inherent beauty and inspire curiosity in ways that modern devices with their pristine surfaces and simplified design language do not. Opportunities to explore devices from the past open our eyes and lead us to new questions of how our devices function, how machines do the jobs we need them to do and how engineers solve problems.
Glenn Hervieux

How to Use the New Version of Padlet - 75 views

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    Richard Byrne demos the updated version of Padlet. Some nice new features to an already great tool.
Nigel Coutts

Collaborative Learning with Google Docs - The Learner's Way - 70 views

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    Something is missing from my classroom lately and I am quite happy to have seen it disappear. It is the traditional line at the teacher's desk formed by students awaiting feedback on a recently completed piece of writing. What has replaced this is our use of Google Docs and Slides as a tool for the collaborative development of ideas from initial thinking and strategising through to final editing and refinement. It has introduced a new workflow to the class that both streamlines the process of providing feedback, allows for greater detail and transforms the process into one that is richly collaborative.
Nigel Coutts

Tools for sharing thinking - The Learner's Way - 59 views

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    Fortunately there are a number of free tools that do these things and they are available for use on any technology platform as they require nothing more than access to the internet. Recently Eric Sheninger used a set of these tools to give his audience at the Hawker Brownlow Conference on Thinking and Learning in Melbourne a voice.
Nigel Coutts

A healthy dose of scepticism - The Learner's Way - 63 views

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    I want my students to be sceptics. I believe that in the present age scepticism is more important than ever. Easy access to information, ease of publishing, scams and confidence tricksters combine to create a climate where blind trust is dangerous for our security, our finances and our knowledge bases. For students of all ages a healthy dose of scepticism is much needed not just so they may reveal falsehoods but to allow them to discover new truths.
Anna Otto

TechieTeacher5280 - 79 views

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    Details on the 3 amazing new features in #Google #Slides! #edtech
Clint Heitz

How to Use the New Q&A and Laser Pointer Features of Google Slides @googledocs - 109 views

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    I can always count on Richard to provide me with the latest tools and how to use them! Awesome features. Now, I hope Google will add the pointer tool to the mobile app.
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    Love it! Anyone know when it will be accessible for all?
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