Et vous ????? Quels sont vos outils préférés ? ceux sans lesquels vous auriez du mal à faire cours ?
Des outils à ajouter à ma sélection ? J'ai hâte de découvrir vos trouvailles !
Excellente journée !… Visit the author's original post
Un chouette article sur L'élève au cœur de sa réussite sur le site VousNousIls.
Excellente nouvelle ! Jurgen Wagner propose de nouveaux webinaires pour amoureux des langues et des nouvelles technologies !
J'en animerai 2 en français en 2018 :
- L'élève au cœur de sa réussite le 15 janvier 2018 entre 19h et 19h45. Vous aurez l'occasion d'en apprendre plus sur mon ouvrage, grâce à des analyses de lecteurs ainsi qu'en me posant des questions en direct !
Pour vous inscrire, c'est ici !
Ce sera en outre l'occasion de gagner l'un de mes livres !… Visit the author's original post
Mes outils préférés sont simples d'utilisation pour que mes élèves puissent les prendre en main très vite et qu'ils les utilisent à leur tour (qu'ils créent leurs Padlets par exemple :).
Une amie Facebook vient de me demander de l'aide à ce sujet donc je profite d'en faire un petit billet !
Pour commencer j'ai choisi 3 tutoriels en ligne :
-- un excellent tutoriel PDF très utile -- ainsi qu'un tutoriel vidéo : Pourquoi utiliser Padlet?… Visit the author's original post
To celebrate five years of Daily Edventures, we’re sharing some of our favorite posts. This Daily Edventure was originally published on February 13, 2013.
Salman “Sal” Khan has unquestionably made a lasting impact in the world of education – his name has come up countless times here at Daily Edventures, as teachers and others point to his video lessons as an example of transformational change in education. Khan, a former hedge fund analyst, created Khan Academy after using video tutorials to help his niece with algebra.… Visit the author's original post
Emie C. Baylon
Education Technology Coordinator, Economics and Political Science Teacher
De La Salle Santiago Zobel School
When Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert Emie Baylon and I spoke recently at BETT Asia, she enthusiastically shared how technology has converted students who were once “bored” into engaged, life-long learners.
And while technology is one part of Baylon’s teaching toolkit, it’s not the only reason her classroom is successful.… Visit the author's original post
We actually met last April in Saco when my students, my colleague, Mr Tabary and I were visiting the school.
When I read his short stories, I immediately asked him to join my lietrature project!
THANK YOu so much Dave for accepting!
Writer, writer, who wants to be a writer?
The question was so simple, and for me, so complicated. For most of my adult life, I owned and operated a small software and data-processing firm that specialized in providing technology solutions for small banks and credit union.… Visit the author's original post
Jonathan Bergmann Pioneer of the Flipped Class Movement
“One of the best things about the Flipped Class model is that it came from teachers and not from some sort of top-down professional development strategy. Teachers need to be brought to the table in all education reform. Too much education reform has been done to teachers instead of by teachers. We need more educational reform to come from the teachers in the trenches.” To learn more about how to flip your classroom, check out Bergmann’s blog, or connect with him through his Educator Profile.… Visit the author's original post
I have been selected as one of the top 50 world educators (out of 20 000) by the Varkey Foundation.
Of course, what I really feel like is sharing it with my students whom I am so looking forward to seeing again!
Here are a few links:
- the TOP 50 announcement
- My page
Congratulations to all my students who have made it possible!
That is why it has taken so long to write this post!
To My dear 10th grade students,
Your literature projects were selected by François Jarraud (Café Padagogique) to be presented to the French Minister of Education.
Your work and some of the content you created was really appreciated!… Visit the author's original post
Their literature project has been selected as one of the most innovative projects in France! You can read it here (in French).
I will represent them on Friday 26 and Saturday 27, November 2016.
This article explains what this forum is about.
Today, we are talking about the wild and crazy ride of getting from "It was a dark and stormy night..." to "Yaaaay! You're officially published." There was an article I read by Dave Barry who talked about a flight he took to California. Everyone boarded and while they were waiting to take off, he randomly started asking people how much they paid for their ticket. The answer was not surprising: No one on that flight paid the same fare.… Visit the author's original post
Thanbk you so much to them and to Kai!
Last Thursday, the 10th grade OIB class got to know the American writer Kai Strand whom they met during a Skype interview. It was a neat opportunity because most of us had never done a Skype interview before with a writer. Kai Strand was very nice to us and answered all our questions in great detail.… Visit the author's original post
The idea of flipped learning has been around for almost 10 years, however the skills and technology challenges were always too great to make it a practical proposition for most schools. But this is no longer the case! Today, teachers all around the world are using tools like Office Mix to deliver flipped learning as part of a STEM approach.
Flipped + STEM = Too Hard
In theory, the flipped approach is a great way to facilitate STEM learning. If a student can absorb the vital facts of a topic via digital content outside the classroom, then teaching time becomes much more powerful.… Visit the author's original post
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You can find out more here.
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