Saturday, December 29, 2012
MzTeachuh: Special Education Info., Art Projects, and Spielbe...: Be Inspired. http://pinterest.com/edutopia/be-inspired / 1. Top Ten Most Viewed Special Education Advisor Blogs for 2012 http://ww...
1. Top Ten Most Viewed Special Education Advisor Blogs for 2012
2. A Quick Guide To The History Of MOOCs
3. Tips for Helping Your Child Build Social Skills
4. Spielberg on Dyslexia: "You Are Not Alone"
5. Identifying AD/HD and LD Problem Situations
6. What Kind of Organizer is Your Child?
7. How Districts Ensure Mobile Security and Network Access
|The Artful Parent http://www.artfulparent.com/2012/12/the-artful-parent-best-of-2012.html|
MzTeachuh: Mzteachuh's 'Teaching Is...' Collection of Tweets: My favorite poster in this series. Teaching Is Seeing The Happy 'I Got It' Face http://mzteachuh.blogspot.com/2012/11/...
|My favorite poster in this series.|
Here are 40 blogs with 7 links each on teacher topics. Have fun!
Teaching Is Seeing The Happy 'I Got It' Face
Teaching Is Collaborating Until You're A Team
Teaching Is Communicating With Parents http://mzteachuh.blogspot.com/2012/11/teaching-is-communicating-with-parents.html
Teaching Is Leading The Adventure To Middle Earth
Teaching Is Writing Your Lesson Plans In Pencil
Teaching Is Making A Kid Feel Uniquely Important
Teaching Is Keeping the School Door Open http://mzteachuh.blogspot.com/2012/11/teaching-is-keeping-school-door-open.html
Teaching Is Expecting Good Results From Your Hard Work
Teaching Is Giving Lifelong Reading
Teaching Is Being Organized (Within Reason)
Teaching Is Giving Kids The Confidence To Try
Teaching is Unlocking the Treasures of Knowledge
Teaching Is Hard Work That Pays Off For Generations
Teaching Is Getting To Know The Kids
Teaching Is Trying New Activities
Teaching Is Being Thrilled Over A Pencil Sharpener
Teaching Is Asking the Right Question
Teaching Is Understanding Child Development
Teaching Is Analyzing the Data
Teaching Is Making Sure You Have Their Attention
Teaching Is Using Proximity
Teaching Is Creating A Living Classroom
Teaching Is Correcting The Homework
|Math instructor teaching tessellations.|
Teaching Is Taking Time For Art--In All Subjects http://mzteachuh.blogspot.com/2012/12/teaching-is-taking-time-for-art-in-all.html
Teaching Is Giving Grades
Teaching Is Reading Instruction--In All Subjects
Teaching Is Differentiating Instruction
Teaching Is Reading A Book Aloud To The Class
Teaching Is Being Consistent
Teaching Is Learning With The Learners
Teaching Is Teachers Talking To Each Other
Teaching Is Showing Tolerance
Teaching Is Having With It Ness
Teaching Is Having A Sense of Humor
Teaching Is Communicating
Teaching Is Giving Feedback
Teaching Is Giving Kids Choices
Teaching Is Being A Hero
|Victoria Soto, first grade teacher, Sandy Hook Elementary School.|
MzTeachuh: We're Still So Smart Tweets of the Day 12/29/12: 1. Motivation, Not IQ, Matters Most for Learning New Math Skills http://healthland.time.com/2012/12/26/motivation-not-iq-matters-most-f...
1. Motivation, Not IQ, Matters Most for Learning New Math Skills
2. School Success with Dr. Seuss: Exploring Themes Through Creative Activities
3. 7 Quick Fixes for ADHD Meltdowns
4. Assessments—Using Incentives to Change the Image
5. Start the New Year Off Right: Resolve to Raise a Reader!
6. The “No Excuses” Parent
7. 10 Ways To Use Technology To Teach Writing
Friday, December 28, 2012
How We Will Learn.
Brought to us through KQED, San Francisco and NPR.
Mind/Shift has excellent writers who ferret out fascinating and helpful points of view. Here is some information about the site.They have broken their topics into Culture, Teaching with Tech, Research and Learning Methods.
There is a thorough archive of articles.Under each topic are a wealth of subtopics with articles and recommendations.
Here is the latest I received on Facebook.
Can E-Readers Ease Reading for Dyslexics?
- Reading More With E-Readers
- For Young Readers, Print or Digital Books?
- Are E-Readers Helpful for Dyslexia?
Here is the latest one I received through an RSS feed.
Online Privacy: Parents Worry Advertisers Know Too Much
- What Do Kids Know About Online Privacy? More Than You Think
- Parents Keep Track of Students Online
- How Should Schools and Parents Be Involved in Kids’ Online Lives?
You can register for access to the whole site and receive email. Or 'like' them on Facebook and receive articles. This info is from their site:
5 great ways to use Teaching ChannelWhether you are a teacher looking for helpful videos on effective teaching practices, or a blogger or webmaster looking to share a great resource, Teaching Channel has you covered. If you'd like additional information on how to use or support Tch, email us at email@example.com and we'll get right back to you.
1. Watch Tch Videos
2. Schedule Lesson Ideas for the Future
3. Share Time-Stamped Video Notes with Peers
4. Embed Tch Videos in Your Website or Blog
5. Spread the Word
Here is a sample of newsletter topics.
- 12/22/2012 Catching Up on the Core
- 12/15/2012 It's Never Too Late to Restart
- 12/08/2012 It's All About The Students
- 12/01/2012 Student Engagement Around the Holidays
This is the most recent video I received on my Facebook page. It's a brief video. There are thousands of videos on any topic you can image--clear, concise, encouraging. The Teaching Channel is superior.
So here it is.1. Go With the Flow: Plan and Adjust
All Grades, All Subjects, Planning
There is this lesson plan with it.
Lesson ObjectiveAdjust plans to meet the needs of the class
Questions to Consider
- Why are planning and flexibility both important?
- What does Ms. Wessling mean when she calls this process "mucky"?
- How can you identify the right times to "go with the flow" in your classroom
MzTeachuh: A Nerd's Las Vegas Christmas by Twinkle McJingle: Twinkle McJingle Date: December 25, 2012 Location: Las Vegas, Nevada Subject under observation: MzTeachuh and kin Activity: Christ...
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Subject under observation: MzTeachuh and kin
Reporting: Twinkle McJingle
8:00 a.m. The weather was cold but clear in the City that Never Sleeps, although we had been snoring it up tucked all snug in our beds anyway. MzTeachuh brewed Pumpkin Spice coffee, warmed Blueberry/Apple Muffins with a Lemon Twist. All munching.
|Rudolph seems to find salmon appealing.|
9:00 a.m. Over the meal, plans are developed to see a movie. Will it be the right time? Which theatre? The Palms? The Rave? The Orleans? How about South Point? Want 3D? Do the glasses really work? Are they better now than Avatar? Sheesh. You'd think this was important.
|Question to research.|
10:30 a.m. Packed up to see The Hobbit at the South Point. BTW, according to Ancestry.com., Thorin Oakenshield is a distant cousin on my mother's side, before we immigrated from Middle Earth during the Troubles.
Noticed an interesting tech question posted.
3:00 p.m. A trip down The Strip to visit familiar haunts. Caesar's Palace? No. Mandalay Bay? No. The MGM Grand? No.
|Cruzin' down da Las Vegas Strip.|
|As well as MzTeachuh friendly.|
|Apparently Vegas is even baby friendly.|
4:00 p.m. The display at the Bellagio Conservatory included music. Carolers had time-traveled from Victorian England, circa 1850 A.D., to sing Prince Albert's favorite carol, 'O Tannebaum.' Volunteers were welcome to participate.
4:30 p.m. Shocking to see artifacts from my own civilization put on display to comments of 'how cute' and 'how quaint.' Very demeaning. These should be returned to my people.
|Monet - Boulevard Saint Denis in Argenteuil in Winter.|
5:00 p.m. The Bellagio Art Museum. Monet: Impressions of Light. This painting reminded me of home, but without the humans and umbrellas.
6:00p.m. Back to the resort to enjoy the company of our annual visitors who had serenaded the family Christmas Eve, (in that condo lots of creatures were stirring, including a moose.) You could say they, too, are carolers. Miguel Moose, Molly Meerkat, ChiChi Chihuahua, as well as Woodstock and Snoopy. Musical all.
However, we discovered what happens when there's too much Christmas cheer.
10 p.m. Watched 'A Christmas Carol' with George C. Scott. Then nerd's bedtime. Will file my report in the morning. Twinkle McJingle, over and out.