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The Best Structured Resource Room Ever!
 
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http://www.behaviorcommunicates.com Do you have a small room where you bring a few students at a time for some kind of instruction or therapy? Let me just say that structure is your friend, my friend. When you have students coming and going, there is an art to making that happen smoothly. I’ve asked one of my teachers to share with you how she took some time to make her already structured resource room even better!
Views: 84076 Carla Butorac
Engaging Students in Science Using Open Educational Resources (OERs)
 
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Increasing students' interest in science related college majors and careers must begin in high school or even earlier. One approach is to use Open Educational Resources (OERs). As the movement toward releasing resources into the public domain continues to grow, each year brings a wealth of new opportunities to engage students in science through various forms of digital content. OERs: - Address multiple learning styles - Can be used to introduce or reinforce concepts - Help make content meaningful, and connect students to the greater scientific community. In this webinar we will: - Share 2012's Top 10 Science OERs - Discuss methods to integrate these digital resources into the classroom - Explore ways in which OERs can add new depth, dimension, and excitement to the classroom through a variety of digital media.
20 Useful Websites Every Student Should Know About - College Info Geek
 
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Here's a list of 20 websites I think every student will find helpful! ALL WEBSITE LINKS HERE (along with other tips and resources): http://collegeinfogeek.com/20-useful-websites-for-students/ My book "10 Steps to Earning Awesome Grades" is now out and it's free! Get it here (and get a copy of my graduation planning spreadsheet as well): http://collegeinfogeek.com/get-better-grades/ If you want to get even more strategies and tips on becoming a more productive, successful student, subscribe to my channel right here: http://buff.ly/1vQP5ar Connect with me on Twitter! https://twitter.com/TomFrankly ~ created by Thomas Frank
Views: 485784 Thomas Frank
(Part 1 of 3) Financial Education Resources for Students: Salt | Wednesday Webinar April 2017
 
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Learn about Salt, the financial education program for students offered by the Finance Authority of Maine (FAME) in partnership with American Student Assistance.
Views: 37 FAME Maine
Resources for Teachers and Students
 
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Having the resources available on the Virtual Learning Environment allows students to access learning at all times. Teachers can also provide instant feedback on the VLE to help student improve their learning. itslearning is a cutting edge digital classroom where teaching and learning is transformed to deliver outstanding results. Connecting teachers, students and parents anytime, anywhere, via any device. This cloud-based platform increases collaboration and strengthens communication between users, to help shape, support and manage a more personalised learning environment.   Founded by university students in 1999, its headquarters are located in Boston, MA and Bergen, Norway. Serving over 7million worldwide users and generating cost savings year on year. itslearning is a safe and secure platform which guarantees uptime availability of 99.9%.   Teaching and learning has just become smarter. https://itslearning.com/uk
Views: 122 itslearning Global
Teaching Methods for Inspiring the Students of the Future | Joe Ruhl | TEDxLafayette
 
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Collaboration. Communication. Critical thinking. Creativity. - Should be present in all classrooms. Joe Ruhl received his bachelors and masters degrees at Purdue University and he has been sharing the joys of biology with kids for 37 years. He presently teaches Biology, Genetics, and Science Research courses at Jefferson High School in Lafayette, Indiana. Joe and his wife Gail have two children and two grandchildren. The National Association of Biology Teachers named Joe Ruhl the Outstanding Biology Teacher of Indiana in 1987. In 1988 he was awarded a Golden Apple Teaching Award by the Lafayette, Indiana Chamber of Commerce. In 1989 he was honored at the White House as Indiana’s recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching. In 1996 he received the Purdue University College of Science Distinguished Alumnus Award for Excellence in K-12 Science Teaching. In 2004 he was awarded the Purdue College of Education’s Crystal Apple Teaching Award. And in 2012 he was honored with the Shell National Science Teaching Award. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 1104046 TEDx Talks
A Review of the Effectiveness & Perceptions of Open Educational Resources As Compared to Textbooks
 
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Students spend a lot of money on textbooks. Alternatives to the expensive textbooks that come from commercial publishers are open educational resources, or OER. But, are these free resources as effective or of the same quality as textbooks? The research says yes. This video summarizes the available research synthesized in Hilton, J. (2016) Open educational resources and college textbook choices: a review of research on efficacy and perceptions. Education Tech Research and Development, 64(4), 573 - 590. Download the original research from: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11423-016-9434-9 This video features the image open textbooks by Giulia Forsythe https://www.flickr.com/photos/gforsythe/9088794209/, and the song Take Care by David Szesztay: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/David_Szesztay/Commercial/Take_Care. Both are licensed under a Creative Commons license. The music has been modified to fit the length of this video. Additional resources used in the creation of the video include: Hill, P. (2015). How Much Do College Students Actually Pay For Textbooks? http://mfeldstein.com/how-much-do-college-students-actually-pay-for-textbooks/ Usher, A. (2015). Data on Textbook costs. http://higheredstrategy.com/data-on-textbook-costs/ Wiley, D. (2015). The practical cost of textbooks. http://opencontent.org/blog/archives/4040 The Open Education Group Review project: http://openedgroup.org/review
Views: 7060 Research Shorts
The Sensory Room: Helping Students With Autism Focus & Learn
 
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Find more resources at http://www.edutopia.org/special-education
Views: 211755 Edutopia
Top Online Resources For students
 
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Top 4 Online Resources for Highschool students.
Views: 41 BHS Newspaper
Project Based Learning: Why, How, and Examples
 
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Project based learning, PBL, is explained in full detail with examples and instructions for implementation. Teachers, educators, administrators, students, and more will develop a better understand of project based learning. This video is designed to help people get an deeper understanding than typical overview videos. The video begins with a description of why Project based learning is so important for students and in education in general. PBL can be used by teachers various disciplines. Some of the important reasons for using projects in your classroom such as allowing students to develop communication skills, utlilize 21st century life skills, become engage with the content, and share their projects with others in a public matter. The video also provides specific examples of projects that have been used by different teachers. The examples also include some of my favorite projects that I have created over the years. The projects are from different grade levels including algebra, social studies, and science classes. The video also presents the four different steps that will allow educators to implement project based learning. It begins with a driving question, an inquiry into the question, finding a solution, and presenting the material. This video is part of a google for education certified educator playlist where teachers look to earn google certificates and expand their career through professional development.
Views: 66717 Teachings in Education
Chromebooks for Education: For every student
 
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Chromebooks are fast, intuitive, and easy-to-manage computers that gives students and teachers access to all the educational resources of the web. Learn more: www.chromebooks.com/edu
Views: 149901 Google Chrome
Character education for high school students with special needs in Episode 109 of Transition Tuesday
 
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If you’d like to receive our Episode 109 bonus resources on character education for Transition age-students, click this link http://tensigma.org/episode109bonus Character Education is an educational movement that supports the social, emotional, and ethical development of students. It is the proactive effort of schools, districts, and states to instill in students important core, ethical, and performance values. CEP, a national leader in character education has outlined Eleven Principles of effective character education to include: • Promotes core ethical and performance values • Teaches students to understand, care about, and act upon core ethical and performance values • Encompasses all aspects of the school culture • Fosters a caring school community • Provides opportunities for moral action • Supports academic achievement • Develops intrinsic motivation • Includes whole-staff involvement • Requires positive leadership of staff and students • Involves parents and community members • Assess results and strives to improve Character Counts has identified six core values that would be important to include in Character Education. • Trustworthiness • Respect • Responsibility • Fairness • Caring • Citizenship Why Character Education Matters for Transition Students? • Working on the social, emotional, and ethical development of young adults helps to prepare them to be good workers, citizens, parents, and neighbors. • Employment-working on the soft skills/core values can help students be successful workers. • Independent Living-working on the core values can help support students to be good shoppers, neighbor’s, friends, room-mate’s, citizens, etc. • Training/Education-working on the core values can help students be lifelong learners. As part of each episode of Transition Tuesday, we provide additional tips, teacher tools, and resources related to the topics we cover. For this week’s bonus, we are providing a PDF with great resources on teaching character to high school students, which can be accessed by clicking this link - http://tensigma.org/episode109bonus To learn more about Ten Sigma’s educational resources for teachers or parents, please visit our website http://tensigma.org and you can also connect with us on social media at: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Ten-Sigma-1572734446323526 Twitter - https://twitter.com/Ten_Sigma LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/ten-sigma If you know anyone else who would benefit from the information we share in these videos, please share this video and invite them to visit http://transitiontuesday.org We hope you enjoyed this episode and that the information about character education is helpful to you.
Views: 143 Ten Sigma
Morningstahr Education What If - Educational Tools, Teacher Resources, Student Resources
 
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Morningstahr Education provides continuous learning and classroom tools for educators and school administrators that help them prepare their students for academic success. Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdY7AABUI6ZJi3KGu5a9p4g?sub_confirmation=1 Here are more videos to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjoy-s0-K7XYFMRIFG2i4saKt-jVE60Fz https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjoy-s0-K7XbyCaSrwKfJMLVBhBfPvT6e https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjoy-s0-K7XZGgSyh9lNwGCOFkF9IL9LX About Us: Welcome to the 21st Century Technology and culture have changed the education landscape. To be more effective in engaging students in the learning process, we provide educators and administrators tools and services that are research-based to improve learner outcomes. Morningstahr Professional Institutes provide a range of strategies and coaching tools to help teachers become effective educators and accelerate higher student achievement. Research-based Best Practices Focused on high-yield, researched based instructional strategies that result in sustainable improvements in student engagement and achievement, Morningstahr Professional Institutes are designed to transform teaching in ways that systematically impact learning. Our evidence-based professional development services have proven, sustainable, and lasting results which are supported by the strength of the industry’s top educators, including expert on-site and digital online consultants.
This Special Ed Teacher's Real-World Lessons will Inspire You | Class Act
 
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Sadie Guthrie, a special education teacher at Lawton Alternative School in San Francisco, uses a mobile coffee cart to teach her students real world skills and an entire school about compassion. Class Act is a new series sponsored by the California Lottery to showcase inspiring teachers making an impact in their schools and communities. Learn more about how the California Lottery contributes to public schools at http://www.calottery.com/givingback Share this with an awesome teacher you know: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1LXEwN2 Twitter: http://bit.ly/207ouGu GET MORE FROM SOULPANCAKE: SUBSCRIBE for new videos every weekday: http://bitly.com/SoulPancakeSubscribe THE SPOONFUL, our weekly dose of good stuff from across the web: http://ow.ly/t7K7p MERCH STORE: http://bit.ly/SPMerch Buy our BOOK: http://book.soulpancake.com Follow us on FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/soulpancake TWEET us at: http://twitter.com/soulpancake Visit our WEBSITE: http://soulpancake.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- How do students react when high school boys are treated like women in Congress?? CLICK HERE to find out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Km0tiHY94sQ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 316575 SoulPancake
Teaching students about their Transition IEP in Episode 106 of Transition Tuesday
 
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If you’d like to receive our Episode 106 bonus resources on teaching students about their Transition IEP, click this link http://tensigma.org/episode106bonus What does an IEP stand for? ● IEP stands for Individualized Education Program and is a legal written document that describes their educational plan. What does it mean to them and why they need one? ● The IEP talks about their disability, what skills they currently have, what skills they still need to learn, what goals they will be working on, what services or supports they need to be successful, and where their learning will take place. How often they need to have an IEP? ● The IEP needs to be written at least once a year or more. An IEP meeting is where their team comes to together to discuss their Individualized Education Program. An IEP meeting typically lasts between 30 min to 1 hour. Who comes to the IEP Meeting? ● The Student (Them), their parents, as least one of their regular education teachers, as least one of their special education teachers, and any other people who know their strengths and needs very well and who can help them plan their educational program. Roles of IEP Team Members ● Role of the student (Them): It’s their educational program that will be discussed so it helps to have their input to identify their unique needs and area where they need support for the learning goals identified or for accessing the environment ● Role of their parent(s) is to offer perspectives on the demands of home and community environments ● Role of the regular education teacher is to offer insight on expectations regarding the curriculum (school work) and educational environment (school) ● Role of the special education teacher is to support them and suggest ideas for appropriate instruction, adaptations, and services ● Role of Administrator is to provide or supervise the special education services and resources ● Role of other IEP team members is to share specific information on their strengths and needs What to Expect at the IEP Meeting: Development of their IEP which includes discussion of the following: ● Assessments used to determine their strengths, needs, wants, interests, and options ● Post-secondary goals ● Academic and transition needs and strengths and how their needs will be met ● *Transfer of rights (year prior to reaching age-of majority – “legal age”) Preparing for the Transition IEP ● Make sure they understand transition/special education vocabulary. Get a copy of their previous IEP. Read and make sure they understand the different transition parts of the IEP. ● Research some areas (jobs/careers) they are interested in for employment. ● Where they think they might want to live after high school? ● Talk to their parents about their post-secondary goals based on their research and talking with their teacher. As part of each episode of Transition Tuesday, we provide additional tips, teacher tools, and resources related to the topics we cover. For this week’s bonus, we are providing a PDF with a great resources to help with teaching students about their Transition IEP, which can be accessed by clicking this link - http://tensigma.org/episode106bonus To learn more about Ten Sigma’s educational resources for teachers or parents, please visit our website http://tensigma.org and you can also connect with us on social media at: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Ten-Sigma-1572734446323526 Twitter - https://twitter.com/Ten_Sigma LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/ten-sigma If you know anyone else who would benefit from the information we share in these videos, please share this video and invite them to visit http://transitiontuesday.org We hope you enjoyed this episode and that the information on teaching students about their Transition IEP is helpful.
Views: 274 Ten Sigma
Classroom management - Week 1, Day 1
 
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You can find a book with ideas for soon-to-be teachers about how to prepare for the school year at www.7steps.org. For more classroom management videos, resources, and tips, head to www.agapemanagement.org.
Views: 1433960 Agape Management
High School Physics: Vectors and Scalars
 
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In this video Dan Fullerton provides a brief introduction to vectors and scalars for students in high school physics courses including Regents Physics, IB, AP Physics, and others. APlusPhysics.com provides a variety of free educational resources to assist students in finding success in high school physics courses such as Honors Physics, Regents Physics, and AP Physics. Resources include video mini-lessons, online tutorials, help forums, problem sets, downloads, and review books. You may also be interested in related videos in this series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB03A41EA88A8DE65 For more information, check out http://aplusphysics.com, and associated books in the series specific to courses: Regents Physics Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/regents/ Honors Physics Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/honors/ AP Physics 1 Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/ap1/ AP Physics 2 Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/ap2/
Views: 129042 Dan Fullerton
Station Rotation: Differentiating Instruction to Reach All Students
 
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Rotation stations allow students to learn in a range of modalities, while making differentiation manageable for one teacher. Highlander Charter School, Lower School GRADES PK - 6 | PROVIDENCE, RI Explore more resources from this school: https://www.edutopia.org/article/stw-highlander
Views: 89657 Edutopia
An Exploration of Open Educational Resources for Blended Learning
 
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Whether you are looking for full course material, learning objects and modules, or streaming video and interactive software, free Open Educational Resources (OER) are the keys to engaging students and offering a blended learning environment that couples the best of face to face teaching with the 21st century skills. So what's standing in your way from integrating these learning techniques into your own schools and classrooms? - Maybe you don't know where to look? - How to implement? - Or, you're still questioning whether these resources are right for you? In this webinar we will delve into a number of online examples, we'll introduce you to OERs that span across disciplines including Social Studies, Language Arts, Science and Math. You'll learn: • To identify OERs and take advantage of sites that offers these tools • How to integrate OERs into your current online courses • Enhance your face-to face classrooms with these resources to create unique blended learning instruction Open Educational Resources are not simply text, but rather, they are actual tools that can help enrich any classroom environment and push student thinking and comprehension.
A day in the life of a Special Education teacher
 
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This is a profile of the SCB, or school community based special education program at James Hubert Blake high school in Montgomery County, Maryland. A team of teachers, administrators and specialists come together each day to support and teach these students.
Views: 645115 Neil Rubino
Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary School Teachers (Part 1)
 
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The first of four segments ("Characteristics") in Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary Teachers. The DVD is designed to provide general education teachers with strategies for supporting their middle and high school students with autism. At the end of this segment, viewers will be able to: (1) Describe how autism impacts learners; (2) Indicate how the characteristics of autism impacts individuals in a school setting; and (3) Understand that autism manifests itself differently in individual learners. The DVD was produced by the Organization for Autism Research (OAR) in collaboration with Fairfax County (VA) Public Schools, and made possible by grants from the American Legion Child Welfare Foundation and the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism. To provide feedback or inquire about using this resource in your school district, please visit www.researchautism.org or send an e-mail to [email protected]
High School Physics: What Is Physics?
 
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In this video Dan Fullerton provides a brief introduction to the study of physics, with a focus on matter, energy, and their interactions for students in high school physics courses including IB, AP-1 Physics, AP-2 Physics, and others. APlusPhysics.com provides a variety of free educational resources to assist students in finding success in high school physics courses such as Honors Physics, Regents Physics, and AP Physics. Resources include video mini-lessons, online tutorials, help forums, problem sets, downloads, and review books. You may also be interested in related videos in this series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB03A41EA88A8DE65 For more information, check out http://aplusphysics.com, and for the book associated with the videos, consider Honors Physics Essentials (http://aplusphysics.com/honors/) or the interactive electronic iBook version titled "Physics: Fundamentals and Problem Solving" (https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/physics/id533859435?mt=13&ign-mpt=uo%3D4).
Views: 102790 Dan Fullerton
High School Physics - Relative Motion
 
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In this video Dan Fullerton provides a brief introduction to relative motion and relative velocity for students in high school physics courses including Regents Physics, IB, AP Physics, and others. APlusPhysics.com provides a variety of free educational resources to assist students in finding success in high school physics courses such as Honors Physics, Regents Physics, and AP Physics. Resources include video mini-lessons, online tutorials, help forums, problem sets, downloads, and review books. You may also be interested in related videos in this series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB03A41EA88A8DE65 For more information, check out http://aplusphysics.com, and associated books in the series specific to courses: Regents Physics Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/regents/ Honors Physics Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/honors/ AP Physics 1 Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/ap1/ AP Physics 2 Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/ap2/
Views: 45103 Dan Fullerton
Service Learning: Real-Life Applications for Learning
 
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Montpelier High School's service learning program integrates across the curriculum, utilizing a school greenhouse and gardens to provide food for the school district's lunch program. Montpelier High School GRADES 9-12 | MONTPELIER, VT Explore more resources from this school: http://www.edutopia.org/school/montpelier-high-school
Views: 52351 Edutopia
Beginning Band Resources for Middle and High School Students
 
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Dr. Salvatore Vinciguerra shares with you the resources that he uses to teach middle and high school band classes. He shares background information as to why he uses these method books at the small charter school that he teaches at in Miami, Florida. Music Theory is what Dr. Vinciguerra uses to make learning a musical instrument meaningful to his band students. He explains why he uses Essential Elements for Band as the primary method book for his beginning and advanced band courses. A correction to the video is that Dr. Vinciguerra likes the appeal of having students learn the “electric bass” as it can be beneficial in providing support to lower brass instrumental music students. Please stay tuned for an upcoming video in this series as Dr. Vinciguerra reveals the specific methods that he uses to teach middle and high school students string orchestra. Please support help support this channel and allow me to continue to create videos for you to enjoy! Thanks! https://www.patreon.com/user?u=14027016 A Link to the products that Salvatore Vinciguerra uses and endorses are posted below. Share this video: https://youtu.be/EoaFX4EQkpE Please subscribe to my channel and ring that bell! Please visit my website https://www.VinciMusic.com Facebook: VinciMusic LinkedIn.com: https://www.linkedin.com/in/salvatorevinciguerra/ Equipment: Samsung Note - https://amz.to/2L7KOjR Selfie Stick and tripod by EBreeze - https://amzn.to/2uhq8wb Essential Elements for Band Book 1 – https://amzn.to/2LTyOyX Essential Elements for Band Book 2 – https://amzn.to/2wBoNSm Essential Techniques for Band - https://amzn.to/2CdSdLm Rubank Studies for Band - https://amzn.to/2Cdmqu7 General Music Book for Middle School Students – Share the Music – https://amzn.to/2Px9O2u Sing you Story: A Practical Guide for Learning and Teaching the Art of Jazz Singing, Book and CD – https://amzn.to/2PZONi2 The Choral Warm-Up Collection - https://amzn.to/2wB6ZGY Successful Sight-Singing Series – https://amzn.to/2PuTKhV Bastian Piano Series Piano for the Young Beginner – Primer A - https://amzn.to/2PtimaO Piano for the Yung Beginner – Primer B - https://amzn.to/2LP2BIU Bastian Music Theory - https://amzn.to/2NBC97l Alfred’s Adult Piano Course – https://amzn.to/2MLEDUA Master Theory - https://amzn.to/2LMuTUt Musician’s Pledge Poster - https://amzn.to/2PXYeyM Suzuki Philosophy – https://amzn.to/2ovSqzM Suzuki Violin books – https://amzn.to/2NEtjpr Billie Holiday art Print - https://amzn.to/2PGhYXh Character Traits Poster Combo Pack – https://amzn.to/2weOk3x Secret weapon - Microphone System – https://amzn.to/2odoHf6 Music of the Heart DVD - https://amzn.to/2NhnXQL Manhasset Music Stand - https://amzn.to/2Pzn9sd Portable music Stand - https://amzn.to/2BQKSkM Yamaha Piano - https://amzn.to/2wySVgn Made with Adobe Premiere Clip. Make your own clip at https://premiereclip.adobe.com #SalvatoreVinciguerra #MusicEducation #VinciMusic #DrVinciguerra
Open Source goes to High School
 
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Technology rules at Open High where their approach to learning embraces the idea that teaching shouldn't be as static as the textbooks on which it's based. Shattering traditional methods, the Open High School of Utah curriculum is built from open educational resources. These resources are the foundation for their content and are aligned with Utah state standards to ensure the highest quality educational experience. The teachers enhance with screencasts, interactive components, and engaging activities to create high quality curricula for their students. Visit www.openhighschool.org for more info!
Views: 6740 Opensource.com
Homeschooling for Free: Open Educational Resources
 
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Open Education Resources ~ Homeschool Middle School, High School (& Beyond) Looking for a curriculum in math, social sciences, sciences? How about foreign languages? Look no more. Here's a nice compilation of Open Educational Resources (OER) that contain pretty much anything a high schooler, and an advanced middle schooler would want to learn. Best of all, they're all totally free! Get all links to resources here: http://www.raisingaselfreliantchild.com/?p=10367 ♡ Follow me ♡ Website: http://www.raisingaselfreliantchild.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RaisingASelfReliantChild YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/rasreliantchild?sub_confirmation=1 Google+ - https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/107158694417485703396/+Raisingaselfreliantchild/posts Twitter - https://twitter.com/rasreliantchild
Views: 778 Patricia Espinoza
Illinois High School Students Showcase Robust STEM Knowledge for U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos
 
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Canton High School was one of 26 rural Illinois schools to receive a Project Lead The Way grant funded by Astellas USA Foundation’s Rural Spark Project™. To see the impact of this grant firsthand, U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos visited Canton High School in the spring to learn about the educational resources available for students in her district.
High School Physics - Free Body Diagrams
 
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In this video Dan Fullerton provides a brief introduction to free body diagrams for students in high school physics courses including Regents Physics, IB, AP Physics, and others. APlusPhysics.com provides a variety of free educational resources to assist students in finding success in high school physics courses such as Honors Physics, Regents Physics, and AP Physics. Resources include video mini-lessons, online tutorials, help forums, problem sets, downloads, and review books. You may also be interested in related videos in this series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB03A41EA88A8DE65 For more information, check out http://aplusphysics.com, and associated books in the series specific to courses: Regents Physics Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/regents/ Honors Physics Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/honors/ AP Physics 1 Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/ap1/ AP Physics 2 Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/ap2/
Views: 36122 Dan Fullerton
High School Physics: Free Fall
 
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In this video Dan Fullerton provides a brief introduction to free fall problems for students in high school physics courses including Regents Physics, IB, AP Physics, and others. APlusPhysics.com provides a variety of free educational resources to assist students in finding success in high school physics courses such as Honors Physics, Regents Physics, and AP Physics. Resources include video mini-lessons, online tutorials, help forums, problem sets, downloads, and review books. You may also be interested in related videos in this series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB03A41EA88A8DE65 For more information, check out http://aplusphysics.com, and associated books in the series specific to courses: Regents Physics Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/regents/ Honors Physics Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/honors/ AP Physics 1 Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/ap1/ AP Physics 2 Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/ap2/
Views: 101008 Dan Fullerton
Irvine CubeSat STEM Program Drone Intro Final- Irvine01 Teams
 
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The Irvine CubeSat STEM Program endeavors to provide STEM educational resources to high school students, with the intention of inspiring the next generation of innovative thinkers and an emphasis on creating opportunities for under-represented groups in STEM-related fields, including girls and minorities. Teams of students at six public high schools in the City of Irvine – Irvine, University, Woodbridge, Portola, Northwood and Beckman – are joining forces with industry partners and experts to assemble, test and launch a CubeSat (nano-satellite) into low Earth orbit.
Views: 364 ipsfipsf
High School Physics - Newton's 1st Law of Motion
 
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In this video Dan Fullerton provides a brief introduction to mass, inertia, and Newton's 1st Law of Motion for students in high school physics courses including Regents Physics, IB, AP Physics, and others. APlusPhysics.com provides a variety of free educational resources to assist students in finding success in high school physics courses such as Honors Physics, Regents Physics, and AP Physics. Resources include video mini-lessons, online tutorials, help forums, problem sets, downloads, and review books. You may also be interested in related videos in this series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB03A41EA88A8DE65 For more information, check out http://aplusphysics.com, and associated books in the series specific to courses: Regents Physics Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/regents/ Honors Physics Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/honors/ AP Physics 1 Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/ap1/ AP Physics 2 Essentials: http://aplusphysics.com/ap2/
Views: 45708 Dan Fullerton
High School Transition Programs for Students with Disabilities Episode 40
 
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If you’d like to receive our bonus on high school transition programs for students with disabilities, please visit http://tensigma.org/episode40bonus. When thinking about the big picture for transition, there are three main goals which are: • Each student should be guided to develop goals for life after high school and a long range plan for how to reach them • The transition experience should be designed to ensure that each student gains the skills and competencies needed to achieve his or her postsecondary goals • Identify (and link) students and families to any needed post-school services, supports, or program before the student exits the school system In order to meet the three main postsecondary goals for transition as defined by IDEA and Indicator 13, the IEP team needs to answer some important questions including: • What is the student’s vocational plans (competitive or supportive employment, volunteer work, part-time or full-time)? • Will the student need post-secondary training or education? • Where will the student live and what supports will be needed? • What will the student transportation needs be? • How will the student maintain his or her social interactions? • What type of leisure activities will the student participate in? • How will the student meet his or her needs for medical care and health insurance? • What community agencies can help and how will they be accessed? It is also important to guide students and parents to the information and answers to question they will encounter. Some important ways that schools are able to do that include providing the student and parents with a well-structured transition program (district wide) and teaching students to identify and set goals for different points throughout the school year (quarters, trimesters, semesters, etc.). In addition, students also need help with: • Exploring their wants, interests, strengths, and needs • Exploring their options for education/training, employment, and independent living • Learning and practicing how to advocate for themselves and their needs • Developing a timeline to learn the skills and do the tasks that will result in preparing them to reach their postsecondary goals • Involving parents or caregivers in the helping them make a successful transition As part of the bonuses for this episode of Transition Tuesday, Ten Sigma is sharing rubric that will help educators to assess their Transition program using the criteria explained in this episode. To learn more about educational resources for teachers or parents, please visit our website http://tensigma.org and you can also connect with us on social media at Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Ten-Sigma-1572734446323526 Twitter - https://twitter.com/Ten_Sigma LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/ten-sigma If you know anyone else who would benefit from the information we share in these videos, please share this video or send them to http://transitiontuesday.org so they can access to our weekly trainings and bonus resources. We hope you use this information and bonuses to improve your transition program to help more students with disabilities to prepare for adult life.
Views: 1181 Ten Sigma
Irvine Cubesat STEM Program -Testimonial Video
 
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The Irvine CubeSat STEM Program endeavors to provide STEM educational resources to high school students, with the intention of inspiring the next generation of innovative thinkers and an emphasis on creating opportunities for under-represented groups in STEM-related fields, including girls and minorities. Teams of students at six public high schools in the City of Irvine – Irvine, University, Woodbridge, Portola, Northwood and Beckman – are joining forces with industry partners and experts to assemble, test and launch a CubeSat (nano-satellite) into low Earth orbit.
Views: 197 ipsfipsf
Santa Rita students get lesson in agriculture, natural resources
 
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This school year, Santa Rita High School introduced classes focused on agriculture, natural resources and sustainability. Students raise trout in the classroom and work regularly in an on-campus greenhouse.
Views: 268 Arizona Daily Star
Iowa teachers sing before students return to school
 
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Different Sources of Energy, Using Energy Responsibly, Educational Video for Kids
 
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Learning about the different sources of energy. The difference between renewable and non-renewable energy sources. Learn ways to conserve energy right at home, and make a difference! Recommended for grades: 4 - 6. Kids Educ SUBSCRIBE TO US http://www.youtube.com/user/KidsEduc?sub_confirmation=1 To see the more kids movies go to http://www.youtube.com/user/KidsEduc
How America's public schools keep kids in poverty | Kandice Sumner
 
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Why should a good education be exclusive to rich kids? Schools in low-income neighborhoods across the US, specifically in communities of color, lack resources that are standard at wealthier schools -- things like musical instruments, new books, healthy school lunches and soccer fields -- and this has a real impact on the potential of students. Kandice Sumner sees the disparity every day in her classroom in Boston. In this inspiring talk, she asks us to face facts -- and change them. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
Views: 240370 TED
Resources: The Migrant Education Program, Region IX
 
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In 2002, students at Vista High School documented some of the activities of the San Diego County Office of Education's Migrant Education Program, Region IX. From parent trainings to preschool programs, Migrant Education is dedicated to a multifaceted approach to improving the educational opportunities of migrant youth..
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Introducing Special Education Transition to Students and Parents Episode 59
 
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If you’d like to receive our Episode 59 bonus PDF on introducing transition to special education students and parents, click this link http://tensigma.org/episode59bonus As educators and adults, we know the importance of preparing students for their transition from high school to adult life. Introducing students and parents to Transition and helping them to understand how Transition planning fits into the IEP is very important. Here are a couple of suggestions on how to introduce the topic of Transition to students: • Have the students complete and informal or casual assessment that includes interest inventories or preference surveys. These assessments are generally perceived as fun activities and can also be used as an age appropriate assessment which are required by IDEA and Indicator 13. The results of the assessments can be used to start conversations with students in the future. • Have the student do activities such as interviewing an adult regarding transition topics like employment or education and training experiences. • Have the student do Internet research on a job or career they might be interested in. • Have discussions with students regarding important vocabulary such as post-secondary, transition plan, what IEP stands for, what is a resume, what is competitive employment, advocate, etc. • Interview a student which helps to build rapport with students and start conversations. In addition to starting this conversation with students, it is important that special educators introduce Transition to parents. Here are a couple of suggestions for how to do that: • Develop a letter or brochure that explains Transition to parents before the student’s first Transition IEP. Be sure to include the IEP agenda, explanations of important Transition related vocabulary, their role in this process, and possibly a questionnaire or survey related to their child’s wants, interests, strengths, and needs related to employment, education and training, and independent living. If you choose to use a survey or questionnaire, we suggest asking the parent(s) to return the survey before the IEP meeting and in enough time for teachers to review the feedback and be able to discuss it in the IEP meeting. • Consider offering a “Transition Night” where you can invite Transition age students and their parents to come and learn more about Transition. • Consider drafting an email or newsletter that can be sent to parents explaining Transition, rights, and resources. As part of each episode of Transition Tuesday, we provide additional tips, teacher tools, and resources related to the topics we cover. For this week’s bonus, Ten Sigma is providing a pdf that contains links to sample transition orientation letters, brochures, and questionnaires and inventories, which you can access by clicking the link at the top of this description. To learn more about Ten Sigma’s educational resources for teachers or parents, please visit our website http://tensigma.org and you can also connect with us on social media at: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Ten-Sigma-1572734446323526 Twitter - https://twitter.com/Ten_Sigma LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/ten-sigma If you know anyone else who would benefit from the information we share in these videos, please share this video and invite them to visit http://transitiontuesday.org We hope you enjoyed this episode and that you use this information on introducing Transition to students and parents.
Views: 719 Ten Sigma
High School Physics - Metric System
 
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In this video Dan Fullerton provides a brief introduction to the metric system and unit conversions for students in high school physics courses including IB, AP-1 Physics, AP-2 Physics, and others. APlusPhysics.com provides a variety of free educational resources to assist students in finding success in high school physics courses such as Honors Physics, Regents Physics, and AP Physics. Resources include video mini-lessons, online tutorials, help forums, problem sets, downloads, and review books. You may also be interested in related videos in this series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB03A41EA88A8DE65 For more information, check out http://aplusphysics.com, and for the book associated with the videos, consider Honors Physics Essentials (http://aplusphysics.com/honors/) or the interactive electronic iBook version titled "Physics: Fundamentals and Problem Solving" (https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/physics/id533859435?mt=13&ign-mpt=uo%3D4).
Views: 48212 Dan Fullerton
Help High School Students to Volunteer in Transition Tuesday Episode 88
 
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If you’d like to receive our Episode 88 bonus resources on helping high school students to volunteer, click this link http://tensigma.org/episode88bonus As educators, we know the value and importance of serving others and the benefits of volunteering. It is important to help students (including students with special needs) to experience those benefits and contribute to their communities. Here are a few statistics to the benefits of volunteering: • Youth and young adults who volunteer are less likely to engage in risky behavior and become more likely to feel connected to their communities • A youth who has a parent who volunteers is nearly three times more likely to volunteer on a regular basis • 9 out of 10 respondents who volunteered said that helping others makes them feel good about themselves (Prudential Financials Spirit of Community Initiative) For Transition age students (high school and young adult), the benefits of volunteering including feeling good about themselves, raising self-confidence and self-esteem, allows students a chance to learn, share, and develop new skills. In addition, volunteering can help to improve soft skills (working with others, communication, etc.) and help to build their resume while expanding their work network. Also, some students make great connections with mentors, which can have a significant impact on their lives and some students can even earn high school credits for their volunteer work. To help your students get the most from their volunteer experience, it is important for them to consider the following before they get started: • What have I done in the past that I’ve enjoyed? • What do I want to do (and not do) when I volunteer? • How much time can I commit each week, month, etc.? • What talents or skills can I offer? • What kinds of people do I want to work with? • What would I like to learn by volunteering? Next it is important for student to look for volunteer programs by doing things like: • Calling programs in their communities and asking if they need help • Visiting their town’s website because some of then list volunteer opportunities. It is also possible to ask if there are opportunities to volunteer for the town. • Contact local museums, libraries, food pantries, elderly facilities, and local businesses that serve their communities like churches, homeless shelters, hospitals, Habitat for Humanity, Big Brothers or Sisters, or Special Olympics. • Volunteering at a local elementary or middle school to help younger students • Looking for fundraising opportunities like walk-a-thons, marathons, or events to fight diseases Before a student begins volunteering, it is also important that they make sure the volunteer work they are considering is in safe location, has adult supervision, and involves work that is safe. Be sure that students communicate with their parents about where they’d like to volunteer and get parent approval. If volunteer programs are not available for students where they live, they can consider creating their own program and their school or in their community. For example, they could start a recycling program or community collection campaign like food shelf, clothing, school supplies, toys, etc. Once a student identifies a volunteer opportunity, please be sure to review the following list of “Do’s and Don’ts” • Be flexible because they may be asked to do different tasks than what they intended • Be informed by attend orientation meetings or calls • Be responsible • Don’t expect to start on top because they will likely have to prove they are responsible and worthy of being given more responsibility before they get them • Remember they can make a difference even if they are the only person volunteering As part of each episode of Transition Tuesday, we provide additional tips, teacher tools, and resources related to the topics we cover. For this week’s bonus, we are providing a PDF with several resources to help high school students to volunteer, which can be accessed by clicking this link - http://tensigma.org/episode87bonus To learn more about Ten Sigma’s educational resources for teachers or parents, please visit our website http://tensigma.org and you can also connect with us on social media at: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Ten-Sigma-1572734446323526 Twitter - https://twitter.com/Ten_Sigma LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/ten-sigma If you know anyone else who would benefit from the information we share in these videos, please share this video and invite them to visit http://transitiontuesday.org We hope you enjoyed this episode and that the information we shared to help high school students and young adults to volunteer.
Views: 123 Ten Sigma
Beginning Orchestra Resources for Middle and High School Students
 
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Dr. Salvatore Vinciguerra shares with you the resources that he uses to teach middle and high school string orchestra classes. He shares background information as to why he uses these method books at the small charter school that he teaches at in Miami, Florida. Music Theory and Piano Lessons should be the foundational studies for string music education. Dr. Vinciguerra explains how he uses Essential Elements for strings with his beginning string orchestra classes. All For Strings is a secondary method that employs after students finish Essential Elements 2000. He concludes the video with a brief discussion of supplemental methods that can be incorporated with the primary methods that he uses. Please support help support this channel and allow me to continue to create videos for you to enjoy! Thanks! https://www.patreon.com/user?u=14027016 A Link to the products that Salvatore Vinciguerra uses and endorses are posted below. Share this video: https://youtu.be/ox0p9tBlBok Please subscribe to my channel and ring that bell! Please visit my website www.VinciMusic.com Facebook: VinciMusic LinkedIn.com: https://www.linkedin.com/in/salvatorevinciguerra/ Equipment: Samsung Note - https://amz.to/2L7KOjR Selfie Stick and tripod by EBreeze - https://amzn.to/2uhq8wb Essential Elements for Strings Book 1 - https://amzn.to/2NIX0WB Essential Elements for Strings Book 2 - https://amzn.to/2Q3gXIW Essential Technique for Strings – https://amzn.to/2Cckfqu All For String Book 2 - https://amzn.to/2MNhYXE All For Strings Book 3 – https://amzn.to/2CghW62 Foundational Studies for the Violin, Volume 1, - https://amzn.to/2MJCEQh Introducing the Positions for Violin – https://amzn.to/2oCQEgc Suzuki Violin School – Violin – Book 1 – https://amzn.to/2PygZaK Essential Elements for Band Book 1 – https://amzn.to/2LTyOyX Essential Elements for Band Book 2 – https://amzn.to/2wBoNSm Essential Techniques for Band - https://amzn.to/2CdSdLm Rubank Studies for Band - https://amzn.to/2Cdmqu7 General Music Book for Middle School Students – Share the Music – https://amzn.to/2Px9O2u Sing you Story: A Practical Guide for Learning and Teaching the Art of Jazz Singing, Book and CD – https://amzn.to/2PZONi2 The Choral Warm-Up Collection - https://amzn.to/2wB6ZGY Successful Sight-Singing Series – https://amzn.to/2PuTKhV Bastian Piano Series Piano for the Young Beginner – Primer A - https://amzn.to/2PtimaO Piano for the Yung Beginner – Primer B - https://amzn.to/2LP2BIU Bastian Music Theory - https://amzn.to/2NBC97l Alfred’s Adult Piano Course – https://amzn.to/2MLEDUA Master Theory - https://amzn.to/2LMuTUt Musician’s Pledge Poster - https://amzn.to/2PXYeyM Suzuki Philosophy – https://amzn.to/2ovSqzM Suzuki Violin books – https://amzn.to/2NEtjpr Billie Holiday art Print - https://amzn.to/2PGhYXh Character Traits Poster Combo Pack – https://amzn.to/2weOk3x Secret weapon - Microphone System – https://amzn.to/2odoHf6 Music of the Heart DVD - https://amzn.to/2NhnXQL Manhasset Music Stand - https://amzn.to/2Pzn9sd Portable music Stand - https://amzn.to/2BQKSkM Yamaha Piano - https://amzn.to/2wySVgn Made with Adobe Premiere Clip. Make your own clip at https://premiereclip.adobe.com
High School Physics: Significant Figures
 
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In this video Dan Fullerton provides a brief introduction to significant figures, targeted toward high school physics students. APlusPhysics.com provides a variety of free educational resources to assist students in finding success in high school physics courses such as Honors Physics, Regents Physics, and AP Physics. Resources include video mini-lessons, online tutorials, help forums, problem sets, downloads, and review books. You may also be interested in related videos in this series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB03A41EA88A8DE65 For more information, check out http://aplusphysics.com, and for the book associated with the videos, consider Honors Physics Essentials (http://aplusphysics.com/honors/) or the interactive electronic iBook version titled "Physics: Fundamentals and Problem Solving" (https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/physics/id533859435?mt=13&ign-mpt=uo%3D4).
Views: 38651 Dan Fullerton
Using local resources: Secondary English (English commentary)
 
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A teacher employs local and handmade resources to encourage student participation in his lesson. This video is one of a series produced by TESS-India to support teachers in developing learner-centred classroom practices. Filmed in primary and secondary schools in India, the aim of the videos is to inspire teachers to experiment with using similar approaches in their own classrooms. The videos are intended to complement the text-based TESS-India materials for teachers and school leaders. However, they may also be viewed independently of these materials. TESS-India (Teacher Education through School-based Support in India) is an Open University, UK led teacher education project that has collaboratively developed a large repository of freely available, adaptable Open Educational Resources (OER) that support national education priorities in India. The resources are accessible in a range of media and languages, for use in multiple initial and continuing teacher development contexts. TESS-India is funded by UK aid from the UK government. You can learn more about the project and view our materials at http://www.tess-india.edu.in/ You can also receive regular updates by following us on Facebook, Twitter and Flickr. This video is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license (CC-BY-SA). You are free to translate, modify and repurpose, as long as you provide attribution to the TESS-India project and share under the same license. For more information on Creative Commons licenses, please see http://creativecommons.org/about/license/.
Views: 599 TESS India
Going Global with 21st Century Teaching and Learning
 
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http://pixvid.me/VHSglobal Discover how the online classroom unites students from different cultural, social, and economic backgrounds from communities around the world to share and participate in courses that inspire them. Learn about innovative programs that bring these students together from diverse backgrounds through Web-based activities, social networking, and collaborative learning -- and leave with practical ideas for getting global learning started in your school. Topics of Discussion: -Learn what it means to "Go Global" in the classroom and a practical definition of a "Global Education" as cited by popular references -Cite examples of online resources and programs that provide opportunities for middle and high school teachers to easily incorporate a Global Perspective into face-to-face classrooms -Details from case studies from VHS courses of project-based global activities -Provide an in-depth look at what makes the global classroom experience so unique, the benefits of collaborative learning and alumni and student perspectives -Offer tips on implementing a global learning arena and utilizing Open Educational Resources
Fun Ideas for Teaching Sight Words to Students With Autism
 
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How to Engage Underperforming Students
 
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By focusing tightly on instructional strategies and PD, educators at Cochrane Collegiate Academy saved their school from closure. In just three years, they have doubled student performance, and they continue to reach higher. For more videos, articles, and downloads from Edutopia's coverage of Cochrane Collegiate Academy, visit http://www.edutopia.org/stw-school-turnaround
Views: 109138 Edutopia
Transition resources for students with multiple disabilities   Episode 27
 
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If you’d like to receive our multiple disabilities resources, please visit http://tensigma.org/episode27bonus Some students have a combination of multiple impairments which cause severe educational needs that cannot be met solely through accommodations for one of the impairments. These special needs can be a challenge for the student and the entire IEP team. When selecting assessments, inclusion options, supports, accommodations/modifications, teachers must be careful to address a student’s strengths, challenges, and experiences to make sure their needs are met and they also receive appropriate instruction in the LRE (least restrictive environment) that allows the student to demonstrate what they are learning. In order to determine a student’s current level of functioning regarding Transition skills, an age appropriate assessment should be used which would assess things like: • Daily Living Skills (i.e. Money Management, Housekeeping etc.) • Educational Planning Skills • Job Seeking and Maintenance Skills • Self-determination (Advocating) Skills • Social and Communication Skills If a student has limited verbal skills or is non-verbal, consider using a multiple handicap assessment like the one provided by John Zbornik in this episode’s bonuses. Another important topic to consider is inclusion options. There are 5 main inclusion options we will review in this article including: • Un-adapted participation in the general education curriculum • Adaptations to the general education curriculum that can include different or related objectives • Embedded skills within the general education curriculum • Functional curriculum within the general education classroom • Functional curriculum outside of the general education classroom When choosing supports, modifications, or accommodations for students with multiple disabilities, it is important to remember that there is a not a “one size fits all” answer and that decisions need to be made based on how to best meet the needs of the individual. In many cases, there is a wide range of accommodations or modifications that are used from state-to-state or even school-to-school within a district. Here are some examples of collaborations or supports for students with disabilities that include: • Collaborative teaming between teachers and IEP team members to help the student • Assistive technology which help to increase a student’s function and/or academic skills • Support from peers without disabilities to help with skills and/or socializing • Inclusive settings • Paraprofessionals provide support for students with special needs in general or special educations settings • Home/school collaborations where the school and the student’s family members work together to help the student reach his/her goals As part of the bonuses for this episode of Transition Tuesday, Ten Sigma is sharing important educational resources about Transition including bonuses from the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, Washington State Department of Children and Family Services, John Zbornik (school psychologist), and the PEAK Parent Center Inc. To learn more about educational resources for teachers or parents, please visit our website http://tensigma.org and you can also connect with us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Ten-Sigma-1572734446323526 If you know anyone else who would benefit from the information we share in these videos, please share this video or send them to http://transitiontuesday.org so they can access to our weekly trainings and bonus resources. We hope you use this information and bonuses to help students with multiple disabilities and please leave your feedback or questions below.
Views: 560 Ten Sigma

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