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Would Interactive Video Assessment Tools Interest You?
Do you want to be able to use digital video as a learning tool? It is quickly becoming one of the most popular ways for instructors to convey content to students. Read More.
Click here for an article from Teaching and Learning.
To see some other video links that could be of interest to you click here.
What is Pinterest all about?
Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center has been using Pinterest to discover, save and share creative ideas, and they want you to join and start saving Pins to the board Flipped Classroom.
Want to know what Pinterest is? Click this link https://help.pinterest.com/en/guide/all-about-pinterest
Come join the group board Flipped Classroom
Student Video Conference Spotlight
Follow your Dreams! (Martin Luther King)
This special event takes an up close look at an American hero, Martin Luther King Jr. His background information will be explored along with the heroic actions he endeavored throughout his life. Students will learn the significance of Martin Luther King Day and discuss how this hero has impacted their lives.
Cost: $85.00 per site /30 student maximum per session (MVESC DL members – FREE with current membership)
Music From Around the World - Try the Daria App!!
Daria - http://www.dariamusic.com/
This website offers a lot of great ways to enjoy music by building your own instruments, discovering silly songs or designing a project. What makes this site unique is its multi-cultural focus. World traveler, Daria, uses her travels and experiences to inspire her work. Discover unusual instruments from around the world, hear what they sound like and make your own versions in class. Discover instruments and songs from Latin America, Africa or Australia and much more!
Put Your Students in a MathPickle
When talking about ways to engage top students while teachers work with students who are struggling with math concepts, Gordon Hamilton, MMath PhD, suggests "a wiser approach is to use curricular puzzles, games and mini-competitions to simultaneously teach curriculum to the students who need it, and to deflect top students into tough problem solving activities. This is never time wasted, because problem solving is the primary reason we teach mathematics."
"MathPickle was founded in 2010 to inject new ideas into the classroom. It is the driving force to get curricular unsolved problems into classrooms worldwide – one for each grade K-12."
Count Me In! (Building Number Sense & Math/Literacy Connections)
Are you looking for new ways to implement math into your classroom? The answer may be just a bookshelf away! Literature is an ideal way to help students see the importance of numbers in their daily lives. Join us as we dive into the math/literature connection and discover easy ways to integrate the mathematical practices into your daily classroom instruction. This training is step up to quality (SUTQ) pending and is appropriate for preschool through grade 2 teachers.
MUSKINGUM VALLEY ESC CURRICULUM DEPARTMENT
Do you have a questions for us? call:
Cathy Morgan - (740) 452-4518 ext.111
Cindy Miller-(740) 452-4518 ext. 179
Susan Larson - (740) 452-4518 ext. 109
Distance Learning Coordinator:
Leslie Charles (740) 452-4518 ext. 133