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Michelle Altenberger

Michelle Altenberger: Motivating High School Students Scoop.it page - 2 views

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    This link will take you to my Scoop.it page where I'm gathering resources and articles on increasing motivation in students. I hope to use this information to develop a Tier II intervention for targeted students at the large, suburban high school that I work as a school psychologist at.
Michelle Altenberger

My Drive - Google Drive - 3 views

  • Create Google Docs and more.
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    We frequently use this at work for taking minutes during meetings, sharing lists, documents, and reports with coworkers, and keeping progress monitoring data on students involved in ongoing interventions.  Invaluable resource!  
Michelle Altenberger

PhotoPeach - Class Premium - 0 views

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    Love the idea of adding creativity to presentations and sharing with families/community.  I could see using this to document our activities in the summer school class I will be assisting - Jump Start for incoming freshmen!  
Michelle Altenberger

Poll Everywhere - 7 views

  • Text feedback to a presenter
  • Anonymous polls for sensitive topics
  • Brainstorming with 2000 people
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  • Poll Everywhere is free for audiences of 40 people or less and we offer paid plans for larger audiences.
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    Gather anonymous, live responses to a poll/survey via text/cell phone. We recently used this during our retirement luncheon as a way to advertise advice and appreciation to the retirees.  Comments were shared anonymously on the Smartboard for all to see and share!
Michelle Altenberger

What Is The Flipped Classroom Model And Why Is It Amazing? (With Infographic) - Forbes - 7 views

  • I recommend reading the arguments for carefully. Meanwhile, the arguments against are pretty hilariously silly:
  • Need it be pointed out that the whole point of the flipped classroom is that it replaces homework?
  • “The Digital Divide.” This is actually a reasonable argument. The flipped classroom model assumes that kids have access to internet access and internet-enabled devices, and this is not yet true for everyone
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  • The whole idea of the flipped classroom model is to get rid of homework, which doesn’t work, and replace it with videos so that all classroom can be interactive.
  • he whole point of the lectures is to enable much more hands-on teaching during the day.
  • With the right setting, kids love to learn.
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    Potential pros and cons of the flipped classroom.
Michelle Altenberger

NASP - Cybersmart Cyberbullying Curriculum - 1 views

  • NASP is pleased to partner with CyberSmart! to bring to educators and parents the CyberSmart! Cyberbullying Awareness Curriculum, a positive and empowering suite of K-12 lessons provided free to schools. These materials can facilitate prevention of cyberbullying at the classroom level, and help provide outreach to families and the community.
  • We encourage NASP members to share CyberSmart! Cyberbullying Awareness Curriculum with teachers and administrators in your schools as part of your ongoing efforts to promote bullying prevention and school safety. They offer an excellent opportunity to provide a positive, practical resource that can benefit the entire student body at no cost to you or the district.
  • CyberSmart! develops training and resources that foster 21st century skills to increase student engagement and prepare students to achieve in today's digital society.
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    Access to the CyberSmart! Cyberbullying Awareness Curriculum, a positive and empowering suite of K-12 lessons provided free to schools. These materials can facilitate prevention of cyberbullying at the classroom level, and help provide outreach to families and the community.
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