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Study Abroad In France: A Nightmare
 
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Hello Stalkers, Today I am sharing my experience as an exchange student in France, which was a nightmare. PLEASE READ BEFORE COMMENTING 1 – Bigotry is not biased against one’s nationality. You can find them everywhere. However, knowing about ethnocentrism and experiencing it are two different things. In my mind I knew it might be a problem. I didn’t think it was going to be a problem on a daily basis. 2 – It isn’t all Sunshine and rainbow. There are times that I thought very dark thoughts about France, which was very abnormal for me. When I talked to others about it, I was told that it wasn’t normal, and that I wasn’t trying or focusing on the positive. Fact is studying/living abroad is difficult. There will be times you love it, and there will be times where you hate it. Hating your host country is normal and anyone who tells you differently is talking out of their butt. 3 – I’m biased when it comes to French schools since I only attended 1 high school, and I thought it was horrible. My teachers regularly started class by telling us we were lazy, stupid and nothing. I’ve talked about this with other French people and have learned that unfortunately this is a norm in French school. I also understand that the school system is meant to weed out weakness. However, from my perspective what the teachers are doing is mental and emotional abuse since as far as I know all scientific studies have shown negative reinforcement doesn’t work. My teachers weren’t teachers, they were public speakers. They refused to answer questions or explain anything because they had a lesson plan to get through. Every French student I knew had a tutor. Which made no sense to me. Since students were paid to teach younger students and the teachers got paid to do nothing. My school also offered zero support with anything no matter what the problem. I had some student bothering me, and not their problem. Our French lit teach came to school drunk, and not their problem. She stopped coming and it took them a trimester to replace her. 4 – Language. I had 3 years of French, which proved useless since the French I learned and what was spoken was different. E.G. “ne” is often dropped and words are shortened to the point of being unrecognizable. This can be an issue no matter what language you know. I never learned about the Literary tenses, because they “aren’t used often in French” which is the biggest lie ever! All my text books used them, and if you wrote essays you were supposed to use them. I asked my teachers if could write in the passe compose instead, and they just told me not to bother with the homework and test. Even though I did them they wouldn’t grade them. Unfortunately, older French people are particular about their language. It isn’t just against foreigners, it is against other French people as well. I had very few issues with people my own age. They were more than willing to speak slowly and say all the letters, they’d correct my French work books and explain why. I never had that with adults. Their response was I had no business in France because I didn’t already know the culture or language. 5 – France is a big place. While I meet a lot of tools on my first trip to France. I knew there were good people. My host family for example are the greatest and kindest people I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing. They welcomed me into their home and treated me like I was their own daughter. To this day they are still Mama and Papa and are now Meme and Pepe to my children. However, that year was overshadowed by all the horrible people. 6 – This isn’t a French problem this is a person problem. I am not sharing this to Bash France. I went back to France, and the second time was completely different. I lived there for 10 years, and it became my home. However, there is a difference between being a citizen and foreigner. It doesn’t matter where you go, this will exist. Perhaps it won’t be as bad in one place than in others, but it is still there. If after all this I have offended you, then I am probably talking about you, and you are the problem. Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DeSinaasappelen Browse my Blog: https://desinaasappelen.wordpress.com/ Check out my Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DeSinaasappelen/
Views: 225227 Kathryn DeSinaasappelen
Language Arts Lesson Video: An Exchange of Ideas
 
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This video is from the award winning StudySync® english language arts program for grades 6-12. Learn more at: http://www.mheonline.com/studysync
Cycling lesson for Indian exchange students
 
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We are trying to prepare our Indian exchange students for the week by teaching them how to ride a bycicle.
Views: 151 Tara Dirven
Lesson planning: Korean Schools
 
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http://www.waygook.org/ Dream English: https://www.youtube.com/user/DreamEnglishKids Super simple songs: https://www.youtube.com/user/SuperSimpleSongs Red Rabbit song people: https://www.youtube.com/user/KidsTV123 Links: http://www.facebook.com/chonunmigooksaram https://twitter.com/migook_saram Instagram: Chonunmigooksaram www.Migooksaram.blogspot.com Please Like, favorite and subscribe! ☺ Music from Incompetech http://incompetech.com/ HEY So in this video I just share with you some resources for lesson planning as well as show you the text book, and tell you about what you have to plan for the students. I teach at a public elementary school in south Korea! Im not sure about Hagwons private institutes, but there is usually a guided curriculum you can use/textbook. Its kind of long but I hope it helps you! :)
Views: 41845 Megan Bowen
TWINS TRY Teaching 8th Grade
 
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In this episode, our producer has us plan a lesson each, and teach an 8th grade class with what we know best. We're used to being on the student side, not the teaching side, so this should be interesting... Episode 1: Twins Try: Teaching 8th Grade Episode 2: Twins Try: Having a Sleepover in a School https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3DOC9YvMjE Episode 3: Twins Try: Working on a Farm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GCtgAi_MyM Welcome to the first episode of our series Twins Try! Our haters call us the diva twins because they claim we're dramatic, and high maintenance, so we figured we would make a series around that. In this series, our producer sets up something for us to try without us knowing, and plans for us to be in uncomfortable and unusual situations. #twinstry #twins #teaching #8thgrade If you see this, comment "that ariana halsey drama thooo LOL" only those who watch up to that point will know what this means ;) Editor: @Heeterchanell Videographer: @Thenatewest Producer: @Erindeangrams Listen to our music! ‘INDIVIDUAL’ ep: http://smarturl.it/PresaveINDIVIDUAL ❂ SOCIAL MEDIA ❂ NIKI ➤ instagram: https://www.instagram.com/niki ➤ twitter: https://twitter.com/nikidemar ➤ spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/nikidem... ➤ snapchat: nikidemarrr ➤ VLOG CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/user/nikidemar GABI ➤ instagram: http://www.instagram.com/gabi ➤ twitter: http://www.twitter.com/gabcake ➤ spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4ky35... ➤ snapchat: fancysnapsbygab ➤ VLOG CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLGe... ❂ BUSINESS ONLY EMAIL ❂ ➤ [email protected][email protected] We’re Niki and Gabi! We’re twin sisters who are different with opposite fashion and styles, but we come together to make videos like for a week, style, beauty, lifestyle, swaps, fashion, comedy, types of girls, shopping videos, music, and more!
Views: 4829968 Niki and Gabi
Exchange Student Instructional Video
 
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An Instructional Video for Exchange Student in Chulalongkorn University. [Project of subject Comm App, Faculty of Communication Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand]
The Student Teacher Experience (Summerbridge Hong Kong)
 
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Being a Summerbridge student teacher is not your average summer internship! Summerbridge provides a community service opportunity for students aged 16 - 22 to teach, mentor, and make a difference in the lives of younger students in Hong Kong from underprivileged backgrounds. Student teachers are university and high school students from around the world, such as in the US, UK, Canada, and Hong Kong. They are a diverse group bringing in a variety of talents and backgrounds to the program; some come with prior teaching experience while others teach for the first time. With the help and guidance from experienced teachers, student teachers commit to 8 weeks of intensive teaching and community service, in which they complete a teacher training, create their own curriculum, teach their own classes, administer programs, and evaluate student performance. Common to all student teachers is a desire to work with young people, a commitment to both teaching and learning, and a willingness to work in a demanding yet highly rewarding environment that celebrates academic achievement, creativity, individuality, and risk-taking. Requirements: - Between the ages of 16 to 22, enrolled in a high school/university - An enthusiasm for young people, education and community service - Comfortable with English to communicate and teach (no Cantonese necessary)
Views: 715 Summerbridge Hk
The TLE for parents
 
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Step Up for Students and the Office of Student Learning are proud to present the Teaching and Learning Exchange for parents. The TLE is a free, interactive, online learning management system.
Teaching Economics: Classroom Trading Game (Gains from Trade)
 
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Get your students engaged in econ with a classroom trading game. As trade expands, wealth increases, allowing students to experience for themselves the power of trade. This video shows you everything you need to run a trading game in your classroom, illustrated with video from our classrooms at East Texas Baptist University.
Views: 16044 Lights on Econ
New from Kassia Omohundro Wedekind: HOW DID YOU SOLVE THAT? (DVD)
 
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http://www.stenhouse.com/0983.asp HOW DID YOU SOLVE THAT? offers a glimpse into two classrooms as teachers Kassia Omohundro Wedekind, author of the popular book MATH EXCHANGES, and Rachel Knieling facilitate small-group math meetings with their kindergarten and second-grade students. See what small-group math exchanges look like, sound like, and feel like, and hear from Kassia and Rachel as they plan, teach, and reflect on their math conferences. How Did You Solve That? addresses issues such as the following: Establishing a strong math workshop in which small-group math exchanges are central Assessing students' mathematical understandings Grouping students for math exchanges Planning effectively and efficiently for math exchanges Crafting teacher language that supports (but doesn't take over!) student thinking Encouraging student talk Choosing problems and numbers Knowing what to do when math exchanges take an unexpected turn In a special feature, Kassia answers teachers' most commonly asked questions about guiding young mathematicians in small groups—from how to get started to thinking about future goals for students. Join her in her classroom as she skillfully guides young learners to make sense of problems and persevere until they've found a solution.
Views: 2110 Stenhouse Publishers
ICC Outreach Program (Waseda University) June 8th
 
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This is a short video of an ICC Outreach Program that I did with others at an All-male Waseda University Junior High School. ICC is the Intercultural Communication Center, were international students and Japanese students interact and experience cross-cultural exchange. We were to create a lesson plan to introduce the international student's home and make it interesting and engaging. The pairs were one Japanese student with one international student and we were to co-teach the lesson plan together, not have the Japanese student translate. It was a really fun experience, the class that we got had lots of energy so we ended up doing the activities and skipped or shortened the other parts of the lesson. No photos this time. Thanks to artists and NoCopyrightSounds for allowing us to use their fine music. Song: LFZ - Echoes [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Video Link: https://youtu.be/Q_ojhcx-wrk
Views: 78 Jon Ordonio
Japanese Junior High School English Lesson with Luke
 
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Japanese Junior High School English Lesson with Luke
Views: 196044 PukeyPuck
My Student Teaching Experience + Tips (Crazy full-time internship!!)
 
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Welcome back to my channel! In this video I talk about my student teaching experience and my not so normal and crazy full-time internship. Let me know if you have any questions or video requests. Enjoy! :)
Views: 184 Poppy
My Student Teaching Experience
 
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Previous Videos: Planner Addict Box | January : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bGix0y8sas What I Got For Christmas : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdyx6iNgKvE My Happiness Project : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gs6jdcFgsxI NEW BEGINNINGS : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_c-m7ZdghP8 C O N N E C T W I T H M E : Y O U T U B E : http://www.youtube.com/daceycouture T W I T T E R : http://www.twitter.com/daceycouture B L O G : http://www.daceycouture.blogspot.com G O O G L E + : http://www.plus.google.com/+daceycouture P I N T E R E S T : http://www.pinterest.com/daceyterese I N S T A G R A M : http://www.instagram.com/daceyterese E M A I L : [email protected] ftc: All products shown in this video was paid for by me unless otherwise stated. I have never received compensation in exchange for a video.
Views: 25897 classtimecouture
A Day in the Life: Harvard Medical School Student
 
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Julia Pian is a third year medical school student at Harvard Medical School, the #1 ranked medical school in the world. If you want to study at Harvard, apply for a free education assessment here: http://bit.ly/harvardmedicalstudent_DITL Crimson Education is the world leader in global admissions consulting. Julia enrolled in Harvard Medical School soon after graduating from Harvard College, and she plans on becoming a paediatrician after medical school. Learn about a day in the life of a Harvard med student, the difference in schedules from first through fourth year of medical school, and Harvard's unique "pathways" approach to medicine. And hear about Julia's inspiring story, why she decided to pursue medicine and paediatrics, and what stellar admissions advice she would give to aspiring medical students! Subscribe To "Crimson Education" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/hit_subscribe_crimsoneducation Follow Crimson Education on Instagram: http://bit.ly/follow_us_on_instagram_crimsoneducation Learn More about Crimson Education here: http://bit.ly/Learnmoreaboutcrimson Book a free consultation with one of our academic advisors: http://bit.ly/Letstalkcrimsoneducation Disclosure: We are in no way affiliated with Harvard Medical School.
Views: 1499459 Crimson Education
International Exchange Students Share Future Educational Plans
 
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Face The World Foundation (FTW) is a nonprofit educational and cultural exchange organization based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Since 1980, FTW has promoted global learning and exchange by offering opportunities for international high school students to experience life in the U.S. The goal of cultural exchange program is to provide students, host families, schools, and communities with a quality experience that will not only enhance personal growth, but also will establish lasting friendships. Face The World’s programs are designed to provide excellent educational opportunities and an intensive cross-cultural experience to select international students that will expand their normal scope of world understanding. We offer Semester and Academic Year programs for full-time study in an American high school to students between the ages of 15 and 18. Students are placed in high schools across the country. Each student lives with a carefully selected volunteer Host Family and is supported by the Community Representative assigned to that community. All students are provided with medical coverage, emergency assistance through our 24-hour Emergency Hotline, and direct communication with the overseas sponsor and natural family. Visit: www.facetheworld.org Email: [email protected] Phone: 800.216.3223 FREE
Tell Me About Yourself - Good Answer To This Tough Interview Question
 
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How to perfectly answer the "tell me about yourself" job interview question. For more in depth information, check out this article on our blog: https://theinterviewguys.com/tell-me-about-yourself-interview-question Most people screw the "Tell us about yourself" type job interview question up so watch our video to learn exactly what you need to do. Here's what you can expect from this Jeff and Mike Job interview tips video: This video uncovers 3 specific job interview tips when it comes to answering this tough interview question. The problem with the Tell me about yourself question is that it leaves things incredibly open ended and can lead job interviewees down a path that can lead to them being disqualified from the job within seconds! It's no surprise so many people are always trying to figure just how they should be answering this question, after all it's one of the most common opening questions you'll face at an interview. I know both Mike and I screwed up this question for years. As you'll see in the video, the interviewer doesn't care about your personal story. They're not interested in the fact that you grew up with a puppy named "Tex" and that you grew up in a sleepy town in Wisconsin... They want to know about your specific work achievements and strengths! Job interview questions are all about discovering whether you can bring to the position, exactly what they're looking for in terms of abilities and qualities. Ones that are going to benefit the company you are interviewing with. Here are some excerpts from the video: Jeff's bad answer: "Well, I'm from Seattle, Washington, I enjoy mountain biking and cooking and my favorite color is..." Jeff's good answer: Well, I've been in sales for the last 5 years. My most recent experience was in the retail industry, where I was a manager at the Comfy Shoe Company. I was personally responsible for a 30% increase in sales over the last year. I'd say that my main strength is my leadership ability, which was evident in the way I mentored my sales team to reach our lofty goals. What I am looking for is a company that values teamwork and the group dynamic, where I can join a strong team and have a positive impact on the team dynamic and sales revenue. 3 Tips to answering the Tell Me About Yourself question: MIKE There are three main points that you need to remember when answering this question...what's the first one Jeff? JEFF Well, as you saw in my bad answer, you absolutely DO NOT want to go on and on about your personal life or hobbies and interests. MIKE Which leads me to point number two. You want to include specific work achievements from your past in your answer. But there's one final trick right Jeff? JEFF That's right Mike. It is always a good idea to mention your strengths and abilities in your answer. Please leave your comments below, share this video with your friends on Facebook and Twitter, and don't forget... As we talk about in the video, if you want to give perfect answers to interview questions that will get you the job....You need to tailor each answer to exactly what the company is looking for. This is the method that the top job seekers in the world use. It's also helped Mike and I get offers from one job interview after another. There's a bit more to "Tailoring" than I can go into in this description or in the video but we've written a brand new special report that explains this incredibly powerful job interview method. The next thing you need to do if you want to get a job from your next interview is read this report immediately... You can get it for free by clicking the link at the end of the video. Thanks, Jeff & Mike "The Interview Guys"
Views: 1316949 The Interview Guys
2012  International Relation Office - NUS Student Exchange
 
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SYPNOSIS : The Student Exchange Programme (SEP) gives students an opportunity to spend one to two semesters at our partner universities offering an excellent opportunity to gain a holistic global education during their candidature at NUS. Partnering over 180 universities in over 4 continents and 30 countries, we have something to cater to the varied interests of our students. SEP complements the education that Science students receive in NUS by providing them with new academic opportunities and a broader understanding of cultures and customs of other countries. Each year we have over 300 places to allow students to study abroad and pay only home university fees. With appropriate mapping students will be given credits which can be counted towards their graduation requirements. DATE : 6 September 2012 TIME : 9am - 6pm VENUE : University Town IED Theme 'iJourney' ORGANISED BY : International Relation Office
Views: 8424 NUScast
What's a typical Dutch student? First impressions of international students in Groningen
 
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More international students than ever study in Groningen this year. How do all these internationals feel about Dutch students? Can they describe a typical Dutch student? And how do Dutch students describe themselves? For more video's and news on international student life in Groningen, check: http://www.hanzemag.com https://www.facebook.com/HanzeMagInt
Views: 52038 Hanze Mag
HISTORY OF IDEAS - The Renaissance
 
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The Renaissance is a historical period with some important lessons to teach us about how to improve the world today. We need to study it not for its own sake, but for the sake of our collective futures. Please subscribe here: http://tinyurl.com/o28mut7 If you like our films take a look at our shop (we ship worldwide): http://www.theschooloflife.com/shop/all/ Brought to you by http://www.theschooloflife.com Produced in collaboration with a man who is a genius: Signor Mike Booth http://www.youtube.com/somegreybloke Thank you So much Mike. #TheSchoolOfLife
Views: 868833 The School of Life
Teaching Excellence | Oxford Brookes University
 
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International Brookes students at talk about their positive experiences with teaching at Oxford Brookes University
Teach English: iPhone makes Video Letters Super Easy!
 
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Lesson Plan at: http://genkienglish.net/projects.htm The net makes it free to communicate with other people, the iphone 3GS makes it super, super easy! One of the keys to learning a language is to actually communicate something using it. It's way more fun than any textbook! Here I show how to use an iPhone 3GS to make videos of everyday things to send to exchange partners overseas. It's a huge motivator for learning a language and is a perfect chance to really communicate with people in other countries. You send them a video, then they send you one back! Check out the Genki English website for lesson plans and more ideas. http://genkienglish.net/projects.htm Or if you're a student, please feel free to make some videos to share. Things like your lunch, breakfast, your birthday present, Thanksgiving dinner, your daily routine or favourite place make really cool exchange ideas! Teachers can find partner schools at http://epals.com or the Genki English forum ( http://genkienglish.net/forum.htm ) and students can find language exchange parters at sites such as http://www.livemocha.com Highly recommended for anyone learning or teaching a language! Be genki, Richard http://www.GenkiEnglish.com
Views: 10494 Richard Graham
The Cold War Simulation Lesson Plan- Student Orientation Video
 
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https://www.historysimulation.com/cold-war-simulation.html This is an interactive lesson plan on the Cold War- it is not a video game. In this Cold War lesson, students will take the roles of world leaders during the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis. This video is designed for students that are going to be participating in Mr. Harms Cold War Simulation.
Views: 4445 David Harms
JerrySir Lesson on Cultural Differences: Expectations VS. Reality  Part 2
 
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(Part 2) A lecture I gave on cultural differences with a focus on expectations versus the reality, with an example from my friend M. Selim Yildiz, a German exchange master student of Culture and Political Science at UMass. Amhurst. By pair-, group-discussions and reading the article, written and published by Mr. Yildiz in the local newspaper, the talk engages students' participation and aims to open up discussions and encourages students to share their personal experiences. The lecture was conducted to 11th grader students on 12 September, 2018 at Huadong Taiwan Businessman's School in Kunshan, China.
Views: 4 wanantaipei JT
Addy and Maya Take A Cooking Class at Toy School !!!
 
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Addy and Maya are learning to cook today at Toy School. Miss Lucy's pretend class is ready to whip up some brand new toys for the silly school using her famous magic microwave! Poor Maya seems to be having some trouble though. Will she create the toy she's always wanted? You'll have to watch to find out! Music Credits: Brought to You By by Electric Organic Happy Days by Album House Young and Alive by Triads Extra Cheese Please by New Wave Sounds Make New Friends by Manners Once in a Life Time by Sounds Like Sander Type by OBOY Lettuce Celebrate by New Wave Sounds Losing It by Triads Longer Days by Neon Beach Move by OBOY Waking Dream by Valdi Sabev Nighttime Swagger by Triads My Lucky Stars by Matt Wigton Escape by OBOY Dog Days by Isaac Joel Pool Party by New Wave Sounds
Views: 14711871 Tic Tac Toy
Kassia Omohundro Wedekind and Rachel Knieling:  The Insect Problem
 
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Excerpted from HOW DID YOU SOLVE THAT? SMALL-GROUP MATH EXCHANGES WITH YOUNG LEARNERS http://www.stenhouse.com/0983.asp How Did You Solve That? offers a glimpse into two classrooms (70 minutes of classroom footage) as teachers Kassia Omohundro Wedekind, author of the popular book Math Exchanges, and Rachel Knieling facilitate small-group math meetings with their kindergarten and second-grade students. See what small-group math exchanges look like, sound like, and feel like, and hear from Kassia and Rachel as they plan, teach, and reflect on their math conferences. How Did You Solve That? addresses issues such as the following: Establishing a strong math workshop in which small-group math exchanges are central Assessing students' mathematical understandings Grouping students for math exchanges Planning effectively and efficiently for math exchanges Crafting teacher language that supports (but doesn't take over!) student thinking Encouraging student talk Choosing problems and numbers Knowing what to do when math exchanges take an unexpected turn In a special feature, Kassia answers teachers' most commonly asked questions about guiding young mathematicians in small groups—from how to get started to thinking about future goals for students. Join her in her classroom as she skillfully guides young learners to make sense of problems and persevere until they've found a solution.
Views: 2321 Stenhouse Publishers
Micro Lesson Video for Teacher Daniel
 
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This is a 9 minute "micro lesson" that offers a cross-slice of my teaching style. It is an ESL lesson for intermediate to advance students. The theme for the lesson is a "Day at the Zoo with a Friend." The elements covered are: an objective discussion, a warm up activity, an oral exam exercise using cell phones, and a guided to independent practice centered on writing a journal entry which describes the student's day at the zoo.
Views: 14 Damon5able
America's Future with Dinesh D'Souza
 
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Watch the REPLAY from the LIVE streamed presentation of "America's Future" by noted conservative scholar, best selling author and film producer DINESH D'SOUZA at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center at Northwest Florida State College in Niceville, FL on Sunday September 18, 2016 at 3:00 PM central time. This event was sponsored by the Concerned Conservative Christians Citizens. Dinesh D’Souza is a conservative filmmaker, writer, scholar, and public intellectual. A former policy analyst in the Reagan White House, D’Souza also served as John M. Olin Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and the Robert and Karen Rishwain Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. He served as the president of The King's College in New York City from 2010 to 2012. Called one of the “top young public-policy makers in the country” by Investor’s Business Daily, D’Souza quickly became known as a major influencer on public policy through his writings. His first book, Illiberal Education (1991), publicized the phenomenon of political correctness in America’s colleges and universities and became a New York Times bestseller for 15 weeks. It has been listed as one of the most influential books of the 1990s. In 1995, D’Souza published The End of Racism, which became one of the most controversial books of the time and another national bestseller. His 1997 book, Ronald Reagan: How an Ordinary Man Became an Extraordinary Leader, was the first book to make the case for Reagan’s intellectual and political importance. D’Souza’s The Virtue of Prosperity (2000) explored the social and moral implications of wealth. In 2002, D’Souza published his New York Times bestseller What’s So Great About America, which was critically acclaimed for its thoughtful patriotism. His 2003 book, Letters to a Young Conservative, has become a handbook for a new generation of young conservatives inspired by D’Souza’s style and ideas. The Enemy at Home, published in 2006, stirred up a furious debate both on the left and the right. It became a national bestseller and was published in paperback in 2008, with a new afterword by the author responding to his critics. Just as in his early years D’Souza was one of the nation’s most articulate spokesmen for a reasoned and thoughtful conservatism, in recent years he has been an equally brilliant and forceful defender of Christianity. His book What’s So Great About Christianity not only intelligently explained the core doctrines of the Christian faith, it also explained how the freedom and prosperity associated with Western Civilization rest upon the foundation of biblical Christianity. Life After Death: The Evidence shows why the atheist critique of immortality is irrational and draws the striking conclusion that it is reasonable to believe in life after death. In 2010, D’Souza wrote The Roots of Obama’s Rage (Regnery), which was described as the most influential political book of the year and proved to be yet another national best seller. In 2012, D’Souza published two books, Godforsaken and Obama’s America: Unmaking the American Dream, the latter climbing to #1 on the New York Times bestseller list and inspiring a documentary on the same topic. The film, called "2016: Obama’s America," has risen to the second-highest all-time political documentary, passing Michael Moore's Sicko and Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth". In addition, 2016 has risen to #4 on the bestselling list of all documentaries. These endeavors have allowed D’Souza to participate in highly-publicized debates about Christianity with some of the most famous atheists and skeptics of our time. Born in Mumbai, India, D’Souza came to the U.S. as an exchange student and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Dartmouth College in 1983. D’Souza has been named one of America’s most influential conservative thinkers by the New York Times Magazine. The World Affairs Council lists him as one of the nation’s 500 leading authorities on international issues, and Newsweek cited him as one of the country’s most prominent Asian-Americans. D’Souza’s articles have appeared in virtually every major magazine and newspaper, including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic Monthly, Vanity Fair, New Republic, and National Review. He has appeared on numerous television programs, including the The Today Show, Nightline, The News Hour on PBS, The O’Reilly Factor, Moneyline, Hannity, Bill Maher, NPR’s All Things Considered, CNBC's Kudlow Report, Lou Dobbs Tonight, and Real Time with Bill Maher.
Views: 32051 Emerald Coast TV.com
First Day of School in Japan [Student Vlog 01]
 
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Episode TWO!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Imis_ie63h0&t=0s Join me for my first day at Grad School in Japan! Links to Kristina, Big in Japan Documentary and more ↓↓: Today I thought I'd bring you along as I get ready, settle my nerves, and finally get out on my way to school life in Japan. I hope you enjoy! ☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★*~SIMILAR VIDEOS~*★☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★ "7 Japanese Study Habits to Quit" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7gTHNPRlAw "Am I Fluent": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MupsybgqGxs& "How to Build a Study Plan": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q23okaDnFTs ☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★*~DISCOUNTS~*★☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★ http://tinyurl.com/p8pxl87 ← Japanese Learning on iTalki! Click this for a Buy 1 Get 1 Free Language lesson with the teacher of your choice. (You get a discount, and I get a commission!) NINJA WIFI provider: → http://tinyurl.com/j9tc2fh Cheap Pocket WiFi for your next trip in Japan. Link above gives you a discount at checkout! ☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★~SUBSCRIBE*★☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★ Me: https://www.youtube.com/user/kemushichan Kristina: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8_RcYp_YOcnSD29FipWQsw Big in Japan Documentary Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hTUaDgtt4Q Crowdfunding: bit.ly/2oEhaaN ☆★☆★☆★☆★~SOCIAL*★☆★☆★☆★☆★ http://www.instagram.com/KemushiJP http://www.facebook.com/KemushiChan http://www.twitter.com/KemushiJP SnapChat @KemushiJP ☆★☆★☆★☆★~MAIL BOX*★☆★☆★☆★☆★ Send me messages or whatever you want via the address below!: Yummy Japan - KemushiChan 〒150-0022 東京都渋谷区恵比寿南2-1-2 R・K・F恵比寿ビル5F Yummy Japan - KemushiChan 5F, RKF-EBISU, 2-1-2, Ebisuminami, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0022, Japan Business Inquiries: [email protected]  ☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★*~MUSIC~*★☆★☆★☆★☆★☆★ ♪ Featuring Music by Amarante ♪ https://soundcloud.com/amarantemusic http://www.youtube.com/AmaranteMusic "Brave (Instrumental)" - Amarante "Brave (Martin Halldin Remix)" -Amarante "Control (Instrumental)" - Amarante Also thanks to the creators on YouTube Audio Library for: "Infinite Perspective" - Infinite Perspective by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1500024 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ "The Messenger" - Silent Partner Topics in this video: Foreigners in Japan Culture Shock Life in Japan Speaking Japanese Tokyo parents reaction life abroad Japanese school Life Broad University JLPT Entrance Exams kanji reading How to learn Japanese
Views: 904258 KemushiChan ロレッタ
International master's students: two perspectives
 
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Umeå University attracts students from all of the world. Angyrette Nangah from Cameroon (Master’s in Tourism) and Alejandro Vega Ortega from Mexico (Master's in Economics), share their experiences.
Views: 572 Umeå universitet
Murilo E. Marques (Brazil) Studying at Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages
 
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In 2015 I had to make a list of 10 countries I would like to life for year, studying in a high school, living with a host family, experiencing a life as a native of the country I had chosen. But my year of exchange it wasn’t the best of one for my country, because we were having a very big problem with an epidemic, and a lot of countries didn’t accept make any exchange with Brazil until the problem was solved. Unfortunately Taiwan was not in the list of my 10 countries, actually I didn’t had a thought about coming to Taiwan. But Taiwan was still accepting Brazilian students for exchange and sending students to Brazil as well, so here came my a very important new in my life, I got this country as my choice for exchange. At the beginning I wasn’t happy, actually it was very sad for me, I didn’t want come, it was my mom that make me look for Taiwan news on internet, watch videos and she made me believe that here I would have an experience never replaced for any other country in Europe. So I came, I got in a plane on the 18th day of August 2016, with another 60 exchange students. My first months were amazing, and the only regretting feeling I had was not to had chosen Taiwan as my first option. I had classes at Wenzao, twice a week, and I got to know the university more and more, was when I found the program for international students, and I started plan to apply for it, and I did. After 9 months here I went back to Brazil to say goodbye to my family and friends, because I was coming back to stay in Taiwan for more 4 years. They still calling me crazy, but at least I’m a happy crazy person. And now I’m studying at Wenzao, had been 7 months already, enjoying my life here, and getting to know more and more about Taiwan and Taiwanese. Learn more at http://www.studyintaiwan.org
Views: 198 Study in Taiwan
Addy's Fun Day Away from Toy School
 
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It's test day at Toy School and Addy is feeling sick so she decides to skip school. While Maya is busy with her silly class work, Addy plays all day long with her new toys and is having so much fun! Meanwhile, back at toy school, the silly teacher Miss Lucy has prepared several timed tests for Maya. She has to quickly identify different toy characters in order to receive a reward. How will Maya do in pretend class without her sister Addy around? You have to watch to find out! Music Credits: "Morning Dance" by Finn's Fandango courtesy of Soundstripe "Sun time Fun Time" by Triads courtesy of Soundstripe "Sunshine on my Face" by Valdi Sabev courtesy of Soundstripe "Your Heart" by Jonathan Roye courtesy of Soundstripe "Loving Life" by Valdi Sabev courtesy of Soundstripe "Dalutional" by Kick Lee courtesy of Soundstripe "Alive and Free" by Hawksilver courtesy of Soundstripe "All I wanna Do" by Paper Planet courtesy of Soundstripe "909" by Shane Becker courtesy of Soundstripe "Guaranteed Good Time" by Dario Forzato courtesy of Soundstripe "Double Black" by Matt Wigton courtesy of Soundstripe "Such a great day" by Audio Blocks "Morning Song" by Audio Blocks
Views: 9500704 Tic Tac Toy
The exchange of ideas
 
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In this video five distinguished members of the ANU community discuss their experience at ANU and the importance of the exchange of ideas and knowledge.
Views: 663 ANU TV
Sample Teaching Snipet
 
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My students are currently working on a Self Discovery Thematic Unit. They read a choice book related to Self Discovery, answer weekly guiding questions (and then discuss them in groups and how they relate to their characters and themselves), write a paper about a literary device in their novel each week and a characterization essay, and complete a personal portfolio including Chapters of their life. In class, we are reading short stories, poems, and watching movies related to Self Discovery. In this particular lesson, we were preparing to read Jame Joyce's, "Araby."
Views: 2112 3aweber
Student Teaching from the Student's POV - Week 1
 
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Student blogger and Online Ambassador Genevieve Diller vlogs (video blogs) about her experience as a Student Teacher for the Fall 2013 semester. This video is the first installment in the new series! Subscribe for more updates!
Views: 231 SaintRoseBlogTeam
B Riddling student teacher
 
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3rd grade Math lesson
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TOMODACHI U.S.-Japan Youth Exchange Program 2015 Fumiya and Caitie
 
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The TOMODACHI U.S.-Japan Youth Exchange Program is a two-way exchange program promoting cultural awareness and sensitivity among Japanese and American high school students by focusing on service learning and social entrepreneurship. The program participants brings together six Washington, D.C. public high school students with six Japanese high school students from Keio Shonan Fujisawa High School located in Kanagawa, Japan. A unique feature of this program is that it seeks to expose participants to civic engagement and social entrepreneurship through experiential learning, focused teamwork and deep cross-cultural immersion. The D.C. students were encouraged to consider the American and Japanese models for service and social entrepreneurship they learned about throughout the program and to think about possibly developing a project upon returning to the United States. To read more about the program: http://usjapantomodachi.org/programs-activities/tomodachi-u-s-japan-youth-exchange-program/ TOMODACHI米日ユース交流プログラムは日米の高校生の異文化への認識と感受性を公共サービスと社会起業精神に焦点を当て育む相互交換プログラムです。ワシントンD.C.の公立高校と神奈川県の慶応湘南藤沢高校から6人ずつ参加者が選出されます。このプログラムのユニークな特徴は、実用的な学び、チームワーク、異文化交流に深く集中することで社会貢献と社会起業精神を経験することを求めるという点です。DCの生徒たちはこのプログラムを通して学んだ日米のサービスと社会起業精神のモデルを熟考し、アメリカへ帰国してからのプロジェクト開発の可能性について考えるよう勧められました。 プログラム詳細はコチラ: http://usjapantomodachi.org/ja/programs-activities/tomodachi-u-s-japan-youth-exchange-program/
Views: 1026 TOMODACHI Initiative
Econ Vids for Kids: What is Money?
 
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What is money? We explore how money originates out of a barter system and the five characteristics of money: divisibility, portability, durability, recognizability, and scarcity. http://inkwellscholars.org
Views: 212681 InkwellMedia
English Vocabulary: How to talk about the economy
 
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http://www.engvid.com Let's talk business! Today you'll learn vocabulary that will help you to read and speak about the economy. We will look at common words used to discuss economic matters, such as GDP, stagnation, fiscal, and more. These words and expressions will help you read financial news articles and follow economic reports on television and online. After the lesson, take the quiz and try to practice these words by discussing economic matters in English with your co-workers and friends. Feel free to ask me questions in the comments section on engVid. http://www.engvid.com/english-vocabulary-how-to-talk-about-the-economy/ TRANSCRIPT Hi. Welcome back to www.engvid.com. I'm Adam. Today's lesson, we're going to look at business English. We're going to talk about the economy. Now, we're not going to get into too much detail. We're not going to get into economic theories, etc. What we're going to look at is some vocabulary that will help you read financial articles and newspapers, or online, or watch financial broadcasts on TV; CNN, Money Matters, etc., things like that. So, we're going to look at all these words. We're going to start with "GDP" because everything somehow relates to "GDP - gross domestic product". What is this? This is the total value, the total monetary value of goods and services produced within a country. So everything that the country produces from toilet paper to airplanes, and services from massage to heart surgery, all the money that's made from these goods and services together adds up to the GDP. So, when we're talking about GDP, we're going to refer back to this expression when we're talking about some of these other words. So, first, let's look at "fiscal". "Fiscal" basically means anything to do with money, anything to do with financial matters, especially when we're talking about taxes. Okay? So, when... The most common thing you'll hear is "fiscal year". So when we're talking about a company's fiscal year, we're talking about it's the beginning of its tax year to the end of its tax year. In some countries, everybody matches this to January to December; in other countries, you're allowed... Your fiscal year starts when you start your business, and then one year later is the end of your fiscal year. It's easier to match it to the calendar year, but... A "quarter". Now, you're going to always hear about prices, and stocks, and values going up or down over the last quarter or over the last two quarters. What is a "quarter"? It's basically three months. So if you're talking about the first quarter of the year, you're talking about January, February, March. That's your first quarter. Your next three months, second quarter. Four quarters makes one year. "Currency". I think everybody knows this word, but just in case, this is the money that is used in a country or a region. This is the monetary value that is used for exchanges, trades, investments, etc. In Canada, we use the Canadian dollar. In the U.S., they use the American dollar. Euro in Europe, etc. A "budget". A "budget" or "to budget", it can be a noun or a verb, means to make a plan on how to spend a certain amount of money. So, for example, a government has this much money that they need to spend, or they have a plan that they want to spend this much money. Now, they want to spend a million dollars. I'm being very simple, here; I'm not going to get into big numbers. They need to spend a million dollars to provide all the services that they need and to buy all the materials that they need to import, etc. If they are running on a deficit, that means that they need to spend more money than they have. They have to spend on things to bring in or to run the country, but they don't have. So if I need to spend a million dollars but I only make the revenues of the country are only $900,000, then they will run on $100,000 deficit. Okay? "Surplus" is the opposite. "Surplus" is when the government or any company, you don't have to apply this to a government, when you have more money than you need for the budget. So if I need to spend a million dollars over the next year, but I have a million and a half, then I have half a million dollar surplus, which is always a good thing. "Inflation/deflation". "Inflation" is when prices of goods and services go up, but wages stay the same. So, basically, the purchase power of the individual goes down. You have the same amount of money, but you can buy fewer things or you can hire fewer people to do to have services for you. "Deflation" is the opposite. That's when prices go down, and the value of your dollar or your currency goes up. Both situations are not good.
Church Worship Piano Lesson - Hillsong Beautiful Exchange
 
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I get often about how to play piano for church. Here's some insight into how I'd approach the progression used in Hillsong's Beautiful Exchange. It doesn't matter if you know the song or not - there are some general tips for everyone.. and I also talk about magnets. For a structured course on piano improvisation, go to www.quaverbox.com
Views: 60074 Quaverbox
How to create a class
 
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The Teaching and Learning Exchange (TLE) for teachers. How to create a class, add students and make announcements.
Passepartout: French and USA High School Exchange Program
 
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Passepartout is an international partnership between high schools in the Region of Nantes, France, and high schools in Washington State. It’s a cultural and educational program based on the principle of reciprocity: students spend two to three months hosting an exchange student and are then welcomed for a two to three month stay in the school and home of the student they have just hosted.
Views: 644 Seattle-Nantes SCA
How to create assignments
 
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The Teaching and Learning Exchange (TLE) for teachers. How to choose performance measures and create assignments within your lesson plan.
How to teach fractions in math lessons - 5 fun examples
 
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Motivating students to learn math isn't easy. So how can you, as a math teacher, engage students in your math lessons? I've put together some great math exercises with fractions. These fraction lesson ideas are very interactive. Click on the links below as they are ready-to-use fraction lesson examples. Exercises about fractions mentioned in this EdTech School video: - Randomness - Whiteboard - Pair Matching - Bingo - Quiz All these interactive math lessons are made with BookWidgets. Check out 3 more fraction lesson examples in the blog post, together with all the fraction exercises I've mentioned in the video: https://www.bookwidgets.com/blog/2018/05/use-bookwidgets-to-teach-fractions-8-fun-lesson-examples --- SUBSCRIBE to get more edtech tips and lesson ideas! The more subscribes, the more videos we can keep posting. Thanks! --- Follow us on social media to keep up with our news : Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BookWidgets/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ibookwidgets Pinterest : https://www.pinterest.com/bookwidgets/ Follow our blog here: https://www.bookwidgets.com/blog Are you a BookWidgets user? Come and exchange tips and tricks in our Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/bookwidgetsusers/?fref=ts
Views: 69 BookWidgets
BTEO IG #5: When Are You Going to Stop Traveling and Settle Down?
 
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I lived in Mexico as an exchange student when I was 16. After going back home to the farm and realizing that there was a lot more outside of the US Midwest to see, I was willing to do whatever it took to live in a foreign country again. Considering I was broke with no options, I joined the Navy and became a foreign language translator. I was given two choices: Japan or Hawaii. I of course went to Japan. Since then I have been asked by friends and family almost constantly when I plan to settle down roots, stay put, and stop doing what I do. The questions began to wane year after year once people figured out that I love this lifestyle and have no plans to quit... but many people have asked me this on YouTube, so I here's my official response. :) *********** 🥇COACHING/MANUAL/RESUME SERVICE ▶︎http://www.benteachesenglishoverseas.com 📕 FREE BOOKLET "The Big 6" ▶︎http://www.benteachesenglishoverseas.com/blog 📰 BLOG: http://www.benteachesenglishoverseas.com/blog 🎥 YOUR PERSONALIZED SKYPE CONSULTATION http://www.rockstarESLteacher.com 🔻 FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA🔻 🔵 FACEBOOK | http://facbook.com/benteachesenglishoverseas ✅ INSTAGRAM | http://instagram.com/benteachesenglishoverseas 💙 TWITTER | http://twitter.com/benteachesESL
New Teacher at Toy School
 
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Miss Lucy is out today and the kids at Toy School have a new silly teacher. Welcome Mr. Jason to the classroom girls! Addy and Maya don't know what to do with all of the new rules at their school. There are no more toys or candy today. Just real school work and timed tests! This is so not cool. Will our students be able to make it through a day of no fun? You'll have to watch and find out! Music Credits: "Arcades" by Be Still the Earth courtesy of Soundstripe "Boardwalk Punks" by Chris Rattie courtesy of Soundstripe "Novacane" by Stephen Keech courtesy of Soundstripe "Coming" by OBOY courtesy of Soundstripe "Hickory Hallow" by Matt Wigton courtesy of Soundstripe "Forever Friend-Matt Wigton courtesy of Soundstripe "At the Get Down" by Matt Wigton courtesy of Soundstripe "Just Take my Money" by Caleb Harris courtesy of Soundstripe "Bubble Gum and Rainbows" by New Wave Sounds courtesy of Soundstripe "Summertime Sunshine-Caswell courtesy of Soundstripe "Right Now" by Paper Planet courtesy of Soundstripe "Hysterical" by Adrian Walther courtesy of Soundstripe
Views: 13485689 Tic Tac Toy
Expanding UG Success in STEM - Lessons from a Biology Scholars Program Course
 
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TEACHING WORKSHOP - Effective Strategies for Retaining Low-Income and First-to-College Students in STEM: Lessons from a Biology Scholars Program (BSP) Course Many intended majors leave STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) disciplines in their first year of college, discouraged by their experiences in lower division prerequisite courses. How can we better understand this phenomenon and create interventions to encourage students, particularly from underrepresented and marginalized groups, to continue and be successful? What can we learn from existing campus programs that have proven effective? A cornerstone of the Biology Scholars Program is MCB15 (“Public Engagement with Science”), a required course designed around factors known to increase student retention and success (Estrada et al., 2016; Harackiewicz et al., 2016; Thoman et al, 2014). MCB15 helps students: - Make connections between science and their daily lives - Understand the history and culture of science - Effectively communicate science that makes a difference to a community they care about
Views: 164 UC Berkeley Events
Student Response System: An Interactive Tool for Assessment (Virtual Tour)
 
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The Student Response System enables teachers to quickly assess student understanding. See the lesson plan at http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/balancedliteracydiet/Recipe/50364/ and do a virtual tour of this teacher’s classroom at http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/balancedliteracydiet/45JL.html. Also go to http://www.LitDiet.org for more free teaching activities and virtual classroom tours.

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