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Dr Jerome Buenviaje from the University of the Philippines (Dilman) lectures on 21st Century Literacy Skills. He covers media, information and ICT literacies essential to both teachers and today's students. He also discusses how to make media education a meaningful and integrated part of classroom practice.
This is an extension activity after discussing cancer or lead into discussing about student choices. Essential QuestionsStudents will be able to to describe behaviors lead to skin cancer and how can it be prevented.Students will be able to explain the risk and reward behaviors.
A modified version of a Chalk Talk routine in which the educator provides a prompt for students to put forth ideas, questions, and further develop ideas of others in an effort to advance understanding in relation to a topic.
This activity utilizes a Claim-Support-Question framework that allows students to draw on prior knowledge, investigation, and questioning. Designed to be placed within a Java context of enhancing object-oriented programming classes using interfaceses, students will analyze, implement, and support claims regarding three separate interfaces while moving between analysis and program implementation.
This activity is utilized as a method for students to commuincate their current learning, progress their understanding, and then reflect on their current understanding of a topic and share what they now think and the connections they have built.
The goal of this accessibility toolkit, 2nd edition, is to provide resources for each content creator, instructional designer, educational technologist, librarian, administrator, and teaching assistant to create a truly open textbook—one that is free and accessible for all students. This is a collaboration between BCcampus, Camosun College, and CAPER-BC.
This is an interactive tutorial from the University of Arizona. It is licensed under Creative Commons and does not require students to enter any personally identifiable information.
This workbook provides the first session to the Module: Promoting student engagement through the application of technology to develop active learning: ‘Active Learning with Technology’
The aim of this module is to promote active student learning by the use of technology in teaching practice. Participants will engage in a reflective process to identify and develop potential areas of active learning and participation within their practice. They will then evaluate and assess technological options to apply within a given session, module or programme.
These activities are to be used on the first day of class to guage knowledge of the students and collect information about what students are interested in learning during the course.
Today’s learners use a variety of technologies to access knowledge resources and interact globally with people. These interactions create a digital society that affords learners opportunities for education, entertainment and social interaction. Consequently, teachers should consider harnessing this know-how to create learning experiences that advance the curriculum objectives and respond to the directives of the national policy studied in unit 1.
In this unit we will evaluate pedagogical approaches to using ICT in such a way that it supports the teaching of curriculum objectives.
This is a Tug of War activity to spur the conversation about the controversy of the potential danger of cell phone usage. Prior to this, the students would have learned about the structure and energy of electromagnetic radiation.
In this unit, we are going to take a closer look at what the Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statements (CAPS) say about assessment. Just by their name, one assumes they have some important things to tell us.
We are also going to look at the overall cycle of assessment. Assessment is not a once off event like a test or exam. That test of exam is just a part of the assessment cycle. We will go into more of the details of parts of the assessment cycle in later units.
The aim of this unit is that upon completion, teachers will be able to demonstrate the ability to perform basic troubleshooting.
This lesson is going to walk through the timeline of birth control. You will need to print out the birth control note guide for them to fill out while the read the SoftChalk.
In this online learning module, you will: 1: Understand blended learning models2: Learn to design blended learning experiences