Posts Tagged ‘PL’

Education, Made-to-Order

Personalization is all around us. We see it in our everyday lives, from the stores we shop in to the restaurants we dine at. Recently, Vanguard teachers embarked on a journey in downtown Frederick, a historic, bustling area unique to Frederick County, to explore the world of personalization. Frederick County was founded in 1748. Today,…

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Symbaloo – Setting Up and Adding a Tile

Check out my video on how to sign up and create a Symbaloo page for your students. Symabloo is used to bookmark websites, videos and documents for your students to easily access and safely use. The video is only about 4 minutes and 30 seconds, check it out now or view it when you are…

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Four Ways to Ensure your Training Session is Effective

  Have you ever had to present at a faculty meeting or school professional development? Here are five tips on how to ensure your training goes smoothly and your guest get the most bang for their buck.   I am a teacher and I truly enjoy professional development sessions that cater to my interest and…

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Professional Training site

Want a place to store all of the training materials you have so that it is easy to access when you are presenting or facilitating a training session? Google Sites is a great way to save and organize all of your materials (links, word documents, YouTube videos, pictures, and much more). To see an example,…

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Education That’s Multicultural

Bias is a huge problem, not only with the students in your classroom but the staff in your building. I feel as if bias is a personal lens with which you see the world. It’s locked until you adjust it or refocus it. I presented a faculty meeting at my school and it was to open…

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