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Grove Art: Subject Guide in Oxford Art Online - 1 views

  • the Renaissance was a period when scholars and artists began to investigate what they believed to be a revival of classical learning, literature and art. For example, the followers of the 14th-century author Petrarch began to study texts from Greece and Rome for their moral content and literary style. Having its roots in the medieval university, this study called Humanism centered on rhetoric, literature, history and moral philosophy.
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      This 'rebirth' of classical thought and investigation led to many advances in the areas of art, science, medicine, and literature.
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      Make a list of three specific historical people from the article to share with the class.
plaggeart

Free Technology for Teachers - 121 views

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      Free resources and lesson plans for teaching with technology
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      Good blog about free technology teachers can access for education
Martin Burrett

Freddy's Fractions - 0 views

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    "This is a fun flash game where players help a turtle to swim and collect the correct equivalent fractions."
Martin Burrett

Be Internet Awesome - 3 views

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    "A superb set of e-safety resources and tools from Google, including the amazing games in Interland."
Martin Burrett

Trello - 25 views

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    "Stay organised as a staff or as a class with media rich collaborative virtual sticky notes. Add text images, files, links, Google Documents and more. You can add due dates and see changes being made by others in real-time. Be organised on the go with the Android and iOS apps."
fachdidaktik

Google Docs - 5 Great Features! - YouTube - 25 views

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    Learn how to watch a video in Google Docs and other features
Maureen Greenbaum

How diplomas based on skill acquisition, not credits earned, could change education - T... - 9 views

  • a new teaching approach here called “proficiency-based education” that was inspired by a 2012 state law.
  • law requires that by 2021, students graduating from Maine high schools must show they have mastered specific skills to earn a high school diploma.
  • CompetencyWorks, a national organization t
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  • By 2021, schools must offer diplomas based students reaching proficiency in the four core academic subject areas: English, math, science and social studies. By 2025, four additional subject areas will be included: a second language, the arts, health and physical education.
  • proficiency-based idea has also created headaches at some schools for teachers trying to monitor students’ individual progress.
  • Students have more flexibility to learn at their own pace and teachers get time to provide extra help for students who need it
  • It wasn’t for lack of trying,” Bowen said. “It was a systems design problem.”

  • offer students clarity about what they have to learn and how they are expected to demonstrate they’ve learned it.
  • at schools that have embraced the new system, teachers say they are finding that struggling students are seeing the biggest gains because teachers are given more time to re-teach skills and students better understand the parameters for earning a diploma.

  • Deciding to believe that all students are capable of learning all of the standards, she said, “was scary.”
  • Multiple-choice questions have virtually disappeared. Homework is checked, but not graded.
  • students get less than a proficient score, they must go back and study the skill they missed. They are then given a chance to retake the relevant portions of the test until they earn a satisfactory score.
  • We inherited a structure for schooling that was based on time and on philosophical beliefs that learning would be distributed across a bell curve,
  • get crystal clear about what we want students to know and be able to do and then how to measure it.”
Martin Burrett

Apple Clips - 17 views

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    "A video clip editor from Apple with filters, graphics, emoji, music and more. Use it to make video feedback, short instructions for flipped learning, and whatever else your imagination can create."
Annette Yono

HyperDoc Templates | HyperDocs.co - 20 views

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    Templates
Annette Yono

Transform Your Classroom: Digital Resources You Can Use Tomorrow | Professional Develop... - 26 views

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    PBS Media has free professional development
Annette Yono

Tools | PBS LearningMedia - 8 views

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    Create Lesson Plans with Lesson Builder
Annette Yono

11 Google Tricks That'll Change the Way You Search - Motto - 20 views

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    Search Tricks from Time 216
Annette Yono

Design Your Own Digital Choice Board | - 13 views

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    Use a choice board for writing
Annette Yono

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners - 188 views

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    Great Blog!
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    Thinglink
Annette Yono

#notatiste16 - LiveBinder - 2 views

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    Variety of interesting Live Binders
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