Unheated Classroom - How to Quicktime Video - STEAM Supported in ESSA | Ed Buzz 2016-1-6
Jan 06, 2016
Despite Frigid Winter Temperatures, Students Are Waking Up To Unheated Classrooms
Students are wearing winter jackets and scarves inside due to heating problems in Baltimore.
Some schools in areas where temperatures get really cold don't have heat. Really? It appears that this isn't isolated. How can anyone let this happen?
How Teachers Can Use Quicktime Video Screenshots to Help Students Learn
Screenshot videos are a great learning resource when used to teach computer-based lessons like computer programming, typing, or learning various programs.
Video tutorials serve as a great way to help student learn. It has never been easier to create video tutorials. Take a look at this tutorial on how to create Quicktime Video Screenshots.
Legislation Revising NCLB Had Surprising Bipartisan Support
Last month, President Obama signed an education reform bill that revised the so-called No Child Left Behind act. Surprisingly, the bill had bipartisan support from both the House and Senate.
The new Every Student Succeeds act contains more than just the revisions to NCLB. Within the bill exist other terms that will change education. One is the call for including Arts (and other subjects) within STEM learning.
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