All Blog Posts Tagged 'help' (10)

Parent Volunteer

Thinking about having parent volunteers? Check out this form, which also includes items parents can do from home if they are not able to come in to the classroom during the day.  Make all your parents feel like they are a part of your classroom with activities they can do at home or in school.

I usually hand these out at Back to School night so that it goes directly to the parents. If a parent cannot make it then, I'll send home with the students and also will upload it to my…

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Added by Melissa Rosen on August 13, 2014 at 8:35am — 1 Comment

A Dozen Edu Resources Students Can Use for Essay Writing

Essay writing is one of constant problems for every student. To help them deal with it, educators try plenty of methods and techniques, including the usage of various technologies and mobile applications that have been developed to ease the process of academic writing and make it pleasant for young people. Most of them work good of…

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Added by Lesley J. Vos on August 1, 2014 at 1:06am — No Comments

First Post for New Ideas

Well, this is my first post and the first thing I wanted to do was to give a little informatioin about myself. I am a mathematics teach at a vocational/technical school. I have recently been starting to get more involved min the technology resource scene thanks to the help of my collegues and my Masters classes.



Recently i have been working a lot with Camtasia, starting to make videos of math problems, normally the example problems from class, to give students a way to review the… Continue

Added by Richard Smith on March 10, 2012 at 1:03pm — 2 Comments

Web 2.0 and the Elementary Classroom Environment

So, I am still working on my Master's degree, but seriously focusing on how technology is changing our classrooms. Currently I am working on a paper about the effect that the inclusion of Web 2.0 technology has or is having on the traditional learning environment. I don't seem to be able to find any research articles about it, and I implore all of you to help search some out. If you have any links to articles where research has been done on this situation, either qualitative or quantatative… Continue

Added by Zac Hansel on May 25, 2010 at 3:12pm — No Comments

Students Helping Haiti

Hi all - this is my first post, and it's an important one. In my role as Youth Outreach Coordinator for United Nations World Food Programme, I have been inundated with request from students and educators asking how they can help the survivors of the earthquake in Haiti.



So - WFP has put together a campaign and donation page dedicated to students. The page can be found here:… Continue

Added by Graham Bell on January 19, 2010 at 10:34am — No Comments

Learning To Walk Before You Can Run - The Hierarchy Of Learning

The levels of learning within the cognitive domain are considered to be hierarchical, which requires the lower levels of learning to take place before the higher level learning can take place.



In simple terms you must, walk before run. Learning must take place one step at a time. However, many students expect to go from A to Z without learning everything in the middle. For example, in…

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Added by Donnie Smith on December 24, 2009 at 3:46pm — No Comments

15 online resources for help with English homework and class work

9 Paid Resources, and 6 Free Ones.



As promised in last week’s post, “15 online Math tutoring and help options“, this week I am following up with online resources for those seeking help with the subject of English.



Many of the paid options below were also included in last week’s post, since quite a few of them are not just specific to Math, but we have replaced a couple of these with new resources. The free options cited here are all new, and several are useful for… Continue

Added by Kelly Walsh on December 22, 2009 at 2:30pm — No Comments

How To Obtain The Best College Admission Essay Help

High school students face the biggest dilemma in finding the best college admission essay help. On top of the college entrance examinations, young students must answer several essay questions why they want to be part of a specific educational institution.



Admission essay details the applicants' motivations why they want to enroll in a school program. For oncoming college students it is critical that they choose the correct program. Without proper guidance, student may eventually end… Continue

Added by Audrey Langdon on July 9, 2009 at 6:27pm — No Comments

Let's Build a Library in Nepal

I have created a Facebook group to help a fellow Classroom 2.0 teacher in Nepal. His name is Govinda Panthy. I have never attempted anything like this before. If you have any suggestions, please help.

Added by Patrick Kutkey on May 4, 2009 at 8:22pm — No Comments

Connecting students around the globe

I have a vision where students connect with their peers from around the world. Why? Because it's interesting. It's challenging to create global friendships, across cultures and across seas. And it's interesting to learn what other are studying. Even the very precise studies, like math, are not exact all over the world. Sometimes you need help figuring out a problem and someone from across the world, who studied it in a different way, will offer that different angle that opens your eyes. This is… Continue

Added by Or-Tal Kiriati on June 3, 2008 at 1:21am — 1 Comment

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