Here are a few trailers made by teachers and students. Next to each one is the iMovie trailer template it uses. Because trailers are so short, the information you convey has to be concise. iMovie's templates do not leave much room for text.
The biggest fuss in The Legacy Guild seems to be about the new "garrisons! " In Warlords of Draenor, you'll make a permanent impact on the world with a Garrison: your own personal fortress that you build, staff, and manage. You'll customize your Garrison's layout, appearance, and gameplay effects, and attract followers to operate it.
Research shows that mentally warming up makes for more effective learning. "I like nonsense - it wakes up my brain cells!" Dr Seuss You wouldn't expect a sprinter to go out and run a race without limbering up first would you? Well, it's the same for the brain.
John McCarthy Education Consultant, Advocate for Student Voice in Learning Learning how to drive is an exhilarating experience, unless you're the parent sitting in the passenger seat. My son passed driver's ed, and he needs to clock hours driving with a parent -- that would be me.
Begin with a Bang! 10 Ways to Show Teachers Appreciation Like all holidays, Teacher Appreciation Day/Week officially comes once a year. But thanks to Diane Hodges' book, Season It with Fun! A Year of Recognition, Fun, and Celebrations to Enliven Your School , we have 10 simple ways you can engage your teachers and show them appreciation right away!
Mobile Learning | Feature 5 Apps Every Teacher Should Have Common Sense Media's service Graphite, which offers independent ratings and reviews of learning apps and websites, has compiled this list of indispensable applications for educators. For complete reviews, and for each app's "Learning Rating," visit the Graphite website.
By Print: One of the benefits of technology is the access it provides those in the classroom. There is now access to data on students before they ever enter classrooms, to curriculums from multiple companies, to stellar lesson plans, and to in-depth videos, articles, and photo galleries on numerous subjects.
By Print: Lesson planning is an art. A good lesson requires a fine balance of Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS), creativity, student buy in - and, of course, content. While public perception can reduce the role of teachers to mere conveyers of information - as if knowledge is spread through osmosis - the actual process of creating an engaging, innovative, and informative lesson is far more complex.