Posts By: Edie Gaythwaite

Digital Apps for the Classroom

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I shared this with my group yesterday.  It is a list of apps good for education published by NEA.     Suggested Mobile Apps for the Secondary Classroom (click here to make a QR code) In-Service Larger list of 75     Teacher Only Name Description EduTecher A collection of technology-related resources for teachers in […]

Small Group Communication

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Class: SPC 1017, Interpersonal (online) Introduction: I am creating a small group communication Softchalk lesson to help students understand what is a group, how groups are formed, the challenges and rewards of working with groups. I have also included information on teams to provide a better understanding of the difference between groups and teams. A […]

Now Introducing….Start Here Orientation Video

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Introduction: This video will be a link in the preemail that is sent to students prior to SPC 1017, Interpersonal Communication (online) course starting. Students will be notified that they will be producing an introductory video the first week of class and to visit the Animoto website in advance.   Interactive Engagement Strategies: When students begin […]

You Can Post-It

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There has been a lot of talk and action about and with Post-It Notes this week. Thought you may be interested in a free template and directions on how to print your own. You can buy Post-It Glue for about $2.95 a stick. Click on the Post-It and it will take you to the DIY […]

1800 Girl Power

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  The real origin of the franchise. Narrated by Sir Harold Evans (5:48) Description: One of the most successful business models is the franchise, but it didn’t originate with McDonald’s. Sir Harold Evans describes the remarkable story of a beauty salon that allowed hundreds of women to own their own businesses.

The key to media’s hidden codes

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The key to media’s hidden codes This is a 5:59 video lesson from Ed.Ted Description: Colors, camera angles and logos in the media can all prompt immediate associations with emotions, activities and memories. Learn to decode the intricate systems of symbols that are a part of everyday life — from advertising messages to traffic signs.