The Constitution of the United States contains seven Articles. These Articles define the roles and responsibilities of the U.S. Government. Link: http://digital.films.com.db29.linccweb.org/PortalViewVideo.aspx?xtid=39964&loid=73711&psid=0&sid=0&State=&title=The Constitution and Foundations of Government&IsSearch=Y&parentSeriesID=
Posts Tagged: Engagement
As many of you know, I have been using private Facebook groups in my classroom for a year now to encourage discussion beyond the classroom. So far, it has been very successful. I found this information as I was looking for support for why using Facebook in an educational way. It explains how you don’t […]
We’ve been taught for years that stress kills!!! This thought-provoking TED Talk offers an inside look at the positive side of stress. And guess what, every time we meet with our Circles comrades, we’re practicing many of these principles and staying healthier all at the same time. via Kelly McGonigal: How to make stress your […]
How can we make the difficult task of changing the brain (aka learning) easier for our students? Make the road less traveled FUN! Thanks to Volkswagen for this great reminder. ▶ Piano stairs The fun theory – YouTube.
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 […]
One of our very own Valencia faculty members, Professor Josh as most know him, uses his blog to “engage, excite and educate.” Professor Josh gave me my first introduction to using social media in the classroom. Now I am hooked on how it can be used in good ways to enhance communication and student engagement […]
At the Innovations Conference Bill Rankin made reference the the graphic below. He suggested we take note of the activity (or lack there of) that is happening while in class and joked that if you want activity, you should let your students sleep in class. According to the article, they weren’t really testing education, it […]
In our last face-to-face Circles of Innovation session we talked about the power of going Walkabout. We even watched John Medina’s Brain Rule on how exercise helps to stimulate BDNF. Sharon May was kind enough to send Circles an example of how she uses the concept of Walkabout in her Digital Learning Strategies course. For […]
Special thanks to Humanities Instructor Kaylin Evans for sharing this creative idea with Circles. For a long time, Kaylin has wanted to build a game that would immerse students in the Humanities and “Bring Things to Life”. Kaylin doesn’t consider herself all that techy and because she wasn’t sure how to build the games, like many […]
Last fall (Oct. 2012) Edudemic posted the top 100 Video Sites for Educators. Here is a link to that post. http://edudemic.com/2012/08/best-video-sites-for-teachers/ There are some really great resources there. Some of our favorites include: TedEd, Youtube EDU, Flixxy, Teacher Tube, Khan Academy and more.