Dealing with intimidating students
Here’s a list of the hottest topics in ed tech for 2017.
Oftentimes, parents and community members don’t necessarily understand the value or the purpose of how teachers are integrating tech into their classrooms.
Many of the lessons also incorporate video clips from the film and other resources found on this site.
Double V (PDF) » Subjects: American History, Media Literacy, Civics, Language Arts Grade level: 9 - 12 During World War II African Americans found themselves with conflicting feelings about supporting the war effort when their own country did not offer them the freedom America was fighting for overseas.
The War Through the Eyes of Al Mc Intosh (PDF) » Subjects: U. History, World History, Sociology, Psychology, Creative Writing, Journalism (Mass Media) Grade level: 9 - 12 While big-name journalists like Edward R.
Murrow and Ernie Pyle traveled with the troops and reported on the “big picture,” local newspaper editors like Al Mc Intosh of the in Luverne, Minnesota, frequently wrote about the effect of the war on local subscribers, including those who were fighting overseas.
Going into high school I was a standout athlete with high confidence but after my freshman year I started to lose interest. I hated practice because I was always worrying about messing up and being embarrassed by the coach.
All complaints must be brought by the complainant in person.
I use to play to learn, compete, be with friends, and have fun.
Now I can’t wait for the season to be over, and practice is always the worst part of my day.
Students have 24/7 access to a vast amount of good – and bad – information on You Tube that requires strong research, curation and critical thinking skills to navigate.
Here are four ways to teach those skills authentically.