Daily Archives: Friday, June 6, 2014

5 techniques to speak any language: Sid Efromovich at TEDxUpperEastSide – YouTube

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Foreign Language Description: This might be very helpful for foreign languages students for this person speaks several languages and provide 5 techniques to learn any language. 5 techniques to speak any language: Sid Efromovich at TEDxUp via 5 techniques to speak any language: Sid Efromovich at TEDxUpperEastSide – YouTube.

World of Robots

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Johnny Mickael World of Robots – Computer Science Class: Computer Fundamentals and Applications CGS 2100   Introduction: Introduce students to a real life example by completing Excel Datasheets project with Valencia College IT Department so that they applied the principals and outcomes of Excel Datasheets with Valencia College IT Department or nonprofit organizations.   Video: […]

How Well Do You Remember?

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When you think of memory what comes to mind?     Here are twenty items displayed on the table, can you remember?   Items   What technique did you used to memorize the items?

What Do Students Really Remember?

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EDF2085 – Diversity for Educators: To be used at the beginning of the semester to build cultural capital; while establishing awareness of varied perspectives in a classroom. The lesson begins with a thought provoking infographic, followed by a trip down memory lane; to encourage future educators to think about the influence teachers have on students. […]

AVOIDING INTERCULTURAL FAUX PAS

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TITLE: AVOIDING INTERCULTURAL FAUX PAS CLASS: BUSINESS COMMUNICATION OST 1335 INTRODUCTION: The “global village” is emerging fast. To be successful in a global marketplace, business communicators need to become more aware of their own culture and how it differs from others. These differences include: time, space, food, religious customs & holidays, body language—just to name […]

No more Bulky Binders – ePortfolio Bliss

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Laurinda Lott When I first enrolled in Destinations, I had a goal to find a new way to enhance a current portfolio project that is used in most of our Teacher Education courses.  This assignment that I am posting is slightly different than most as it is not just a simple lesson plan to be […]

The Importance of Humanities

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As I haven’t been able to log onto the site for a while, my husband created my own website, where I posted the Powerpoint and the links, lesson, and material.  You can access the site here. Introduction  Humanities is a required course that many students do not feel is important in their careers.  Coming to […]

If-Else Construct – A C Programming Selection Structure

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I teach information technology (IT) courses including programming courses. One of the programming languages I teach is C, and one of the first constructs the students need learn is the if-else construct, which is a selection-type programming structure. Selections allow the program to branch in different directions based on a condition, which usually has to […]

Music and the Brain

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Introduction:  Few will deny that music has a powerful impact on most of our lives, but it is interesting to think about why it is so powerful.  Music can help put us into various emotional states, whether it be relaxed, focused, or even angry.  I will discuss this topic in a Music Appreciation class.  Why […]