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After 15 years of correcting comma splices, subject-verb agreement, and egregious usage of their, there, and they’re, I decided to stop, which is why I created grmr.me, a resource for writing teachers and students that helps tackle English’s most common writing errors.
This week on The BackChannel: Tweet of the Week Many Many conference hashtags #metc13, #oetc13, #tcea13 , #petc2013 and more! Pinterest Kindergarten & First Grade Rocks http://pinterest.com/carol2650/ Blog Posts DCulberhouse — @DCulberhouse Unexpected Leadership Lessons http://dculberh.wordpress.com/2013/01/30/unexpected-leadership-lessons/ Doug Johnson @BlueSkunkBlog 7 things you can always do in my class with your device http://doug-johnson.squarespace.com/blue-skunk-blog/2013/2/8/7-things-you-can-always-do-in-my-class-with-your-device.html YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RojbvfB7kQ&feature=youtu.be Dryden Elementary School staff APP Endless Alphabet https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/endless-alphabet/id591626572?mt=8 Leave us some feedback! and if you have suggestions for The Back Channel – please share them […]
Let’s get right down to business. You need to shoot a video, but you either don’t know where to start, how to begin, or the BASICS to pull it off. I get it. The ease and accessibility to create videos is now being required of all of us. So here’s what you need to know. Top 5 tips to shooting great video 1. Camera Of course you’ll need a camera. To make a good video, the TYPE of camera […]
As always, the EduNationCast crew takes a look at some of the best videos for education this week.
This week on the aRTs Roundtable we talk about the two worlds of musical performance and technology. Many educators might view that they are at odds with each other. Brenda and Carol talk about a new project Brenda introduced to her 2nd and 3rd graders that starts with performance and uses technology to enhance the experience for the students. Show Host: Carol Broos Show contributors: Brenda Muench Show wiki: EdReach Wiki Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions […]
The great thing about video and my Professional Learning Network (PLN), is that as much as we may want to reinvent the wheel, there is simply no need to do so. Powerful and useful information is at our fingertips. So as I perused my latest Twitter followers this past week, I found a new site, that upon reflection, has some incredibly great video information for teachers wanting to incorporate video in their classroom. Now although these tips originate from a marketing site, […]
This week on The EduNationCast: We discuss the merits of remote learning and whether or not physical classrooms are undermining student creativity and collaboration.
Here’s the third part in your EdReach Winter Viewing Party. Sit back. Enjoy. Share.
Here’s Episode II of the EdReach Winter Viewing Party. Relax, sit back, and watch the learning fly.
We know that it’s Winter Break for many of you. Educators treat this time in many different ways. At EdReach, we know this can be a great time for us to catch up on watching some of those “fav-ed” videos that we clicked on so many months ago. We reached out to the EdReach contributors and asked them: What would you recommend as some sweet holiday viewing vids for educators?
Social media is a powerful tool that, when leveraged correctly, can be an invaluable resource for teachers. I wanted to create a way for educators around the world to harness the power of twitter and share great video finds/resources with one another. Why spend hours wading into YouTube, Vimeo, or one of the many great educational videos sites when our colleagues are discovering great content on a daily basis? #edvid Friday is a way to teachers to connect and share their great […]
This week on The EduNationCast: We go wild about video in the classroom! We share some of our great video finds, including a rare Steve Jobs talk on classroom technology and Google Education Fellow Phil Wagner joins us to talk about the brand-new YouTube for Schools!
This week on The EduNationCast: Red-shirting kids might not be a good idea, YouTube.com/teachers is live, and the big question of the week: Are we in an EdTech bubble? Also, don’t miss a great demo of www.scribblemaps.com/ from Jim Sill. This Week’s Contributors: Adam Bellow, Jim Sill, Diane Main, James Sanders, and Dan Rezac. The complete show notes are now on the EdReach Wiki. Call us on our comment line! If you’d like to leave some feedback you can call us on our […]
EdReach note: This is a guest post by Ann-Caryn Cleveland, founder of Currix.com, a marketplace for educational content. You can follow her on Twitter @anncaryn . Having students create videos is a great way to enhance student learning. Creating a video allows a student to think strategically about a topic and deepens analytical skills. Yet, there is a problem. Just creating a video mashup, utilizing fancy tools like Animoto, isn’t enough. It’s not about the video, it’s about the process of […]
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