“I had to remind myself that the lines on the court are the same; the
court’s the same size. Everything around it may be bigger but the court’s
the same size.”
~~Cori “Coco” Gauff, 15 year-old tennis player speaking on July 3, 2019 at
the 2019 Wimbledon tournament. Gauff is the youngest player at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open.
Good quote to share with your students, especially as the school year starts.
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Special thanks to Christy Tucker for this share that addresses Storyline Interaction: Text Message with Scoring. Tucker’s approach has throughways to modularized microlearning. There are microlearning applications and adaptations to many curricular and ILT. This is an innovative method for formative assessment for many learning avenues: soft skills curriculum, instructional coaching, business and professional writing… and more! Thanks Christy!!
See the full post at this link: https://www.christytuckerlearning.com/storyline-interaction-text-message-with-scoring/
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Not proficient with Storyline? Think of other digital options using survey software/apps, Google Forms, Google Sheets, Canvas LMS built-in quiz maker… or others! Please share your ideas in comments!
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Hi All: Here’s a some video trail advice for you regarding the Week 2 Teacher Scenarios Assignment…
A wonderful verse for the start of school…
“Only that day dawns to which we are awake.”
~Henry David Thoreau
Yoga in Bryant Park, New York, Photo by Helen Teague
As you prepare for back-to school investigate these learning apps from TCEA’s blog post by Dr. Bruce Ellis at this link
Any teacher with a K-12 classroom can gain free access to Calm, the #1 app for meditation and sleep AND get free access to Calm’s paid subscription service available on Android, iOS, and the web – a $59.99 value!
Teachers will score unlimited access to guided meditations and mindfulness exercises, including Calm Kids, which offers programs tailored for age groups from pre-K through high school. The goal of this initiative is to provide teachers with the tools and resources they need to help kids to develop a lifelong capacity for greater self-awareness, concentration, patience, and resilience.
If you’re a teacher, just head here and fill out a simple 30-second form and you’ll be approved within just a few days (it usually takes about 3 days to approve applications). Once you’re approved, you’ll receive a welcome email with further information on how to get started. And then you’ll start receiving tips, suggestions, and best practices to include mini breaks to your school day!
~Seen 1st at the TCEA blog.