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Learning Technology & Tech Observations by Dr. Helen Teague

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Math, Science, and the Engineering Design Process

Math, Science, and the Engineering Design Process-EDUC 604 at Concordia Univ begins today!

The course was accepted on 1st draft thanks to my “Expertise Team”- from Dr. Jack McManus (in memoriam), Dr. Eric Hamilton, Dr. Antha Jordan Holt, Jennifer Brown & Jazzi Spencer, Christian Deveaux Greer, Ladd Skelly, Miguel Guhlin, Jeff Giddons, Francine Wargo-PBS Learning Media, David Lockett, CW Mosely, & Elaine Reisenauer — Thank you!!

It’s going to so fun teaching this one!

 

 


 

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Summer Reading List Videos from PBS Learning Media

Did you assign a summer reading list? Share these resource videos that can give your students an overview of a book that could be on their required summer reading list! These videos contextualize books in an up-to-date way that can help students understand the premise of the novels.   Explore the Collection at this link: https://www.pbslearningmedia.org/collection/crash-course-literature/PBSLearningMediaSummerReadingVideos.png

 

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ March 2

Be less curious about people and more curious about ideas. Marie Curie

 

Watch this short, interesting video on Marie Curie from PBS Learning Media

Learn more about physicist Marie Curie from Google Story

Search for the biographies of other scientists at LiveScience

 

 

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Harnessing Imagination through Digital Storytelling in History & Science: CCE Finland Presentation

Today at 11:30am, our Creative Classroom Presentation Features a “How-Focused” approach to Digital Storytelling and its implementation in your classroom. The location is the Library at the Tampere University of Technology (TUT).

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The main idea of our presentation:

  1. All learners benefit from the opportunity to harness their imagination through the creation of a story using digital tools
  2. Creativity Should Be: *Unique *Useful *Task Appropriate
  3. Pedagogical constructs connect Socio-Cultural, Cognitive, and Affective Learning cognates

This presentation has instructional and pedagogical application for K-12th grade. It is scalable for global audiences, which is good because our venue, #CCEFinland features participants from 21 countries.

PBS Learning Media has thousands of lesson plans that embed creativity and digital technology. Go to https://www.pbslearningmedia.org/ to explore the full library of lesson plans and resources.

Confined on the XR train traveling to Tampere? Stuck in the States without a travel budget?  Follow our presentation via QR Code or shortened link:

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https://tinyurl.com/Stories4Me

 

 

 

 

A question and answer session will follow. Questions from the onsite audience and via the #HarnassingImagination hashtag will round out our session.

Our Session Twitter Hashtag is #HarnessingImagination

 

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PBS Learning Media ~ New Site Design

PBS LearningMedia is excited to announce an improved site design and user experience, making our resources easier than ever for teachers like you to find and integrate into your curriculum. These new features, which are based on feedback from educators nationwide, include: a refreshed look and feel, the ability to easily browse by curriculum area, standards and grade bands, improved search functionality, and easier access to resources from your local PBS station. Explore the Site

 

https://www.pbslearningmedia.org/

https://www.pbslearningmedia.org/

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Back to School: Gear Up with Gratitude Mini-Lessons

The busy timetables of the school year can leave little time for extensive new units of study. As teachers, instructional designers, administrators realize the compacted time demands of each day, other options are possible.

Consider mini-lessons of 10-15 minutes to reinforce essentials concepts to enhance the invitational component of your classroom or online course.


 

  1. All Ages: Invite students to give voice to their gratitude. Youngest learners may draw and younger learners through adult learners can write or type for 10- 15 minutes on this prompt: How do you feel when you hear the words “Thank you”? Students can also text their answers to this prompt or use the Penzu online journal.
    Research Reinforcement: James Pennebaker, professor at the University of Texas conducted research that points to benefits of writing/journaling on well-being. Read more at this Link
  2. For Grades PK-2: This video from PBS Learning media describes how important it is for youngest learners to show appreciation to the parents and caregivers in their lives that help them!  Watch Video
  3. For Grades 5-12: Braincraft has the science behind why expressing gratitude feels so good. Watch Video
  4. Have a little more time? Feeling and expressing gratitude can help students better appreciate the kindness of others and the importance of their relationships with everyone in their lives. Dive into this lesson plan from PBS Learning Media that will spark a discussion around the meaning of gratitude. Explore Lesson Plans

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Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Resources from PBS Learning Media

School’s Out But Learning’s In with these Independence Day Resources from PBS Learning Media

Here are a few of the many favorites available from PBS Learning Media 

Prelude to the Revolution
Grades: 9-12
The American Revolution isn’t a straight path; it’s a complex timeline with twists and turns! Did you know the war didn’t start in 1776, but almost a year earlier?  Explore More

 

Thomas Jefferson
Grades: 3-5
Watch this 60-second video to learn a little more about our third president, Thomas Jefferson. He helped to shape America’s future geographical and political landscape with decisions he made in office and with the Founding Fathers. Explore More

 

What is Liberty? Lesson Plan
Grades: 4-8
In this lesson plan, your students can discover what the concept of liberty means, how it can be personified in an object, and how the concept of liberty has impacted different groups in America. Explore More

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Up Close & Canvas: Customize your Canvas LMS course experience using Notifications

PBS Teachers

 

PBS TeacherLine uses the Canvas Learning Management System for its full array of online undergrad and graduate courses. Here are some tips shared among us in our course faculty forum.

 

 


In your Canvas LMS courses, look for the notification options to customize your course experience.  They can be found by clicking “Account” along the left hand side of any Canvas page.

Notifications In Canvas

Source: Teague Canvas Course Files

These notifications are explained in many places available by searching, in the Canvas community, and in this Canvas Notifications PDF *

Source: Teague PBS Course Screenshot

 

 

Source: https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-10624

 

Source: https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-10624

 


*This tip provided by Reed, PBS Assistant Learning Director at PBS Learning Media

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Summer Learning Resources from PBS Learning Media

Summer is here! And PBS Learning Media is ready with lots of lessons and activities when you need a break from the pool, the beach, the lake, the basketball court, or the mall!

Don’t see what you like here? Search the vast resources at PBS Learning Media

 

Go Outside and Kick a Curveball
Grades: 6-12
Ever seen a ball curve or bend in the air during a soccer game and wondered what exactly makes it curve? Have your students watch this video and test it out themselves! Explore More
Go Outside and Garden!
Grades: 3-6
Creating a sustainable garden is great way for students to get outside! In this video, they will explore plant choice, companion planting, composting, water conservation, and more. Explore More

 

Go Outside on a Summer Adventure!
Grades: PreK-2
These five-day, thematic, multimedia activity plans can be implemented in just about 20 minutes each day. Practice and build math skills with PBS KIDS daily or weekly. Explore More

 

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Free professional development events for PreK-1 teachers!

Free professional development events for PreK-1 teachers!

Learning with PBS Kids

 

Learning with PBS KIDS is a virtual PD series specially designed with PreK- 1st grade teachers in mind. With an emphasis on fun, engaging, accessible, and free tools for early childhood classrooms, this series will highlight key themes including the arts, social and emotional learning, playful learning, and meaningful screen time. PBS will provide a certificate of attendance for each 1 hour virtual PD event. Explore Webinar Series.

Learning More at this link: http://www.pbs.org/education/blog/learning-with-pbs-kids-professional-development-for-early-childhood-educators?

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