A collection of education technology by Anne Sturgess
A curation of coding tools on edshelf.
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“For many students, the brain isn’t a hot topic of conversation. This is especially true for younger students who are still trying to understand the world around them, and are still far from developing physiological self-awareness of the very thing that gives them that self-awareness.
But helping students develop “brain literacy” doesn’t have to be a matter of dry science pumped full of confusing jargon. Understanding the brain can be empowering for students as they recognize their ability to strengthen it each time they use it. As a teacher, you can emphasize how using the executive functions, both in the classroom and outside of school, increases their strength for academic success. Practice makes perfect!”
Great for meta cognition.
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One of the most important experiences you can have with your favorite author is to hear them read aloud from their works. But many of us will never get the chance to see our most beloved writer in …
A treat for lovers of literature. And teachers looking to inspire.
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How to leave voice comments and resources using Kaizena and how to send it.
Kaizena works with your Google Docs (not PDFs though at this point) and allows you to highlight and leave comments. It goes further than that however, when it allows you to add other files to the first one. So, for example, you could highlight sections of a text and ask students questions verbally and then add a document explaining how to analyse as a reminder of what they need to look for.
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