With special thanks to English professor Ashley Miller comes this infographic that illustrates multiple dialogue tags that students can use in place of “said” to indicate who is speaking. The list could serve as a quick and useful tip sheet to refer to when writing essays.
Daily Archives: Friday, May 16, 2014
This a good video to explain the articles while practicing vocabulary on food beyond the classroom Learn Spanish 1.3 – Food and Articles via Learn Spanish 1.3 – Food and Articles – YouTube.
The nice thing about math is that in general we always know there is going to be one answer, but sometimes we don’t know what that answer is but we’ll know when the answer “just doesn’t look right.”. Take a look at this clip of Abbot & Costello, and see if you can figure out […]
This video post shows just a little bit on how the math that students learn (geometry, trig, graphing) are used in media today such as the building of Disney’s Pixar characters such as Woody from Toy Story and Sulley from Monster’s Inc. Take a look at how math and technology are intertwined.
Some people have overlapping senses. For example, a sound may trigger a taste. In music, this sometimes manifests itself as seeing different colors when hearing specific pitches. This is a specific form of synesthesia called “chromesthesia.” It is a fascinating phenomenon that some of the greatest musicians in history have possessed.
I think that this video does a great job of reminding folks how engineering and technology does, in fact, better the world. This would be a good video to not only showcase in some of my EET courses, but also at our local area 5th grade student community outreach events. It s at these events […]
A journey through the human eye An interesting look at the anatomy of human eye as one of the most complicated organs in our body.
What percentage of your brain do you use? – Richard E. Cytowic 1. Follow the link to watch a Ed Ted Talk about brain usage. 2. Study the graphics below to see what different parts of the brain do. 3. Do you use the left side of your brain more than the right side?
About TED-Ed Originals TED-Ed Original lessons feature the words and ideas of educators brought to life by professional animators. Are you an educator or animator interested in creating a TED-Ed original? Nominate yourself here » Meet The Creators via A 3-minute guide to the Bill of Rights – Belinda Stutzman | TED-Ed.
▶ Breaking Barriers Video: Non Traditional Students Before and After Study Abroad – YouTube.
Arthur: Margaret Gonzalez Discipline: Speech Communications Title: How do I blog thee…. let me count the ways Category(ies): strategy; faculty development; how to; ideas; technology; education; technology Tags: education; technology Text: Here is a list of 17 top educational blogs – all in one list. No need to spend countless hours searching (like I […]
This short video shows you how to do permutations and combinations with playing cards http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-many-ways-can-you-arrange-a-deck-of-cards-yannay-khaikin#review
Working backward to solve problems – Maurice Ashley via Working backward to solve problems – Maurice Ashley – YouTube.