Today I had my students get into groups of four to compose sentences with complements. First they were to create a sentence with a direct object.
Example: James ate a sandwich.
Then each group was…Continue
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The invention of technological tools has brought in sweeping changes not only in the industrial sector but also in the educational sector. According to Englesing people used to read books individually or extensively by lending and borrowing material in the past which has changed with times. George landlow (1992) and Jay bolter (2001) have examined as how computers have altered the…Continue
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I recently spent an afternoon goofing around on youtube.com searching for Spanish and Latin American music to use with students. As much as I adore mariachis, Celia Cruz, Plaza Sésamo, and Marc Anthony, I…Continue
I LOVE post-it notes! I have students use them in all shapes and sizes for a variety of purposes. They’re not only a quick way for students to share ideas when working in collaborative groups, but they also help to add a bit of color to my otherwise white classroom walls.
Today, I learned about wallwisher…Continue
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MangoMon is celebrating the launch of their newly redesigned website with an art contest! If you know students who love to draw, this is the contest for them! Expressing ideas through art is a great way to enhance creativity. That's why we want to see how creative your students can be! Submit any artwork from your students for a chance for them to win some great prizes.
The contest is free to…Continue
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Well, I'm still waiting for a company to offer up some outdated tablet pc's that I can use to put together a classroom environment. One of the reasons that I'd like to use a tablet pc is that I know that the digitizer works for the HP TC4200 in Ubuntu 9.10. Installing Xournal would give the students the ability to take freehand notes. Unfortunately there appears to be little in the way of instructional handwriting software or games for Linux.
In the meantime, to borrow from…Continue
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BITSAT 2010 is approaching finally and the students are waiting with bated breaths wondering what will be the fate of all the preparation that they have done for BITSAT 2010 in the past few months or maybe more.
The final stages of preparation means solving the BITSAT sample papers to check how good the preparation is,…Continue
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As Director of Institutional Information & Technology in an institution of Higher Education, much of my work day revolves around software applications used in administrative processes. While my primary focus on EmergingEdTech will always be applications and tools for the…Continue
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In order for teachers to understand the content they are teaching, they need to understand that there are basic units of the subject matter that are built upon. These basic units are the building blocks of the content which over time are linked into a greater understanding of what is being taught. Dr. Payne breaks content into the "what", the "why" and the "how". She states that too often, teachers spend too much time on the "what" and not enough time on the "why". As a math teacher, I find…Continue
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