Did you know final Submission

In the comments field below submit your response on what the author’s main idea is for the “Did You Know” video.

Resources:

http://padlet.com/wall/7b6js32rqs

http://shifthappens.wikispaces.com/

http://tcave.edublogs.org/2014/02/20/did-you-know-2/

 

Did you know

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Instructions
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  1. Watch and make jot notes on the “Did you know” video
  2. Respond in the comments field (below) to the following question: What is the main idea of the video. Use evidence from the video and your own experience to support your answer.
  3. Cut and paste your answer into the appropriate boxes in the Google Form.

Success Criteria

  1. I made a clear statement about the main idea
  2. I described the proof for my statement
  3. I explained how the proof relates to my statement​

 

Did You Know

Goal: Identify and support the main idea of the video.

Instructions
*Remember: Log in to Edublogs and type in Word
  1. Watch and make jot notes on the “Did you know” video
  2. Respond in the comments field (below) to the following question: What is the main idea of the video. Use evidence from the video and your own experience to support your answer.
  3. Cut and paste your answer into the appropriate boxes in the Google Form.

Success Criteria

  1. I made a clear statement about the main idea
  2. I described the proof for my statement
  3. I explained how the proof relates to my statement​

 

If Your Shoes Could Speak

If your shoes could speak, what would they say? What would they say about your life experiences, goals, and future? What would say about the things they’ve seen and done? If your shoes could give you some advice what would it be?

These are just some of the questions that we could ask ourselves when we write about “What our shoes would say”. In the comments field below, tell us what your shoes would say…

At Issue “Happy at School”

The way in which school is being though of is changing dramatically. For some this is a difficult transition. I speak with teachers and parents who feel that the system is broken and the changes that are taking place are hurting the quality of education being delivered, while others feel that the change is both necessary and exciting. Many relevant ideas are shared by Logan in this video as he tries to promote the idea of happiness at the core of education.

So your “At Issue” question of the day is:

What changes, if any, need to take place in your school to make happiness a priority?

Parents: What changes in education do you see and how do you feel about them?

 

Remember to answer in the comment field below.