Many ideas in this article about how technology is changing the classroom. Even some great tips for those school districts really worried about budgets but still want to offer some sort of technology integration!
For my final project I will create a web quest for a lesson I created. The lesson is for a personal finance high school class. The topic of the web quest is choosing a checking account. This will be my first time creating a web quest, I can’t wait to see how this turns out. Wish me luck.
Got a behavior problem? Behavior management expert Tom Bennett has a set of classroom resources for all types of problems you may have. Because he’s from the UK, you’re likely to find some fresh ideas here.
Teachers can use social media to meet students on their own turf and provide an engaging avenue to learning. In this post, we’ll take a look at using social networks and microblogging platforms. Let’s jump in and take a look at several lesson ideas.
I payed off some bills, figured out some loan stuff, looked into loan consolidation, signed up for different payment plans. Sheesh. Now, I’m off to tidying the place up, going to the gym, making a lesson plan, and doing graduate school homework.
For this assignment I decided to create a Prezi. This was not my first time working with Prezi; I liked it the first time so I decided to go with something I knew a little about. The other media websites listed in the module were great as well; I played around with a few of them and will be sure to use them when I become a lead teacher.
The Prezi I created will help me teach a lesson on choosing a checking account. I would like to teach personal finance so this goes with the curriculum. The lesson was designed using the inquiry model. This Prezi will serve as my teaching guide.