How strong is your social/emotional intelligence? Not sure? Feel free to test your skills at Lab in the Wild or at Berkley’s Body Language Quiz. Both of these tests are designed to test your ability to identify people’s affective states. The ability to read the emotions of others is an important skill for teachers. It allows us […]
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Special thanks to James Coddington for sharing this find with us. It is called Ideaphora and it is designed to “enable students to engage with and assimilate online content in a way that’s seamless, effective and personalized.” I am trying to get access to the beta test of it now and will comment once I […]
Special thanks to Michelle Foster for sharing this video with the Circles of Innovation team. It is a funny take on the different types of students in the college classroom.
Recently the Circles of Innovation team has been playing with a new app that allows you and your students to become just about anyone, well anyone or anything you can find a picture for that is. And given that there are quite a few teaching applications for this technology, we thought we should share it. The […]
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It is official, 2015 was a milestone year. According to the ECAR study, smartphone ownership (92%) exceeded laptop ownership (91%) for the first time. If you would like to read more about the Technology Trends, Click Here or on the image below.
Thank you for attending Circles of Innovation Today. We hope you left with some valuable ideas and some practical strategies that you can use with your students. Your memories for today’s session have been outsourced for you below. Enjoy! You might recall that we started with our Kahoot! Click on the image below to play […]
Thanks for coming to the Face-to-Face session of Power Presentations. Today we discussed a variety of tools and tricks for enhancing classroom presentations. As promised, this page is your outsourced memory for the session. Everything we covered is here. If you would like to learn more about any of these tools, please click on the […]
Vialogues(Video+Dialogues) is an asynchronous Video discussion tool which can be used for leveraging digital videos for learning by adding group interaction as part of the online video experience. Source: Vialogues : Meaningful discussions around video
Last week we did a post on 5 Apps Every Teacher Should Have. The post was so well received that it inspired us to do another. However, before we get started, we would like to know how are you using Apps in your classroom? Feel free to share your ideas. Ok, so the basic instructional idea is […]