Think Different #30
Resources for the Week of August 21, 2017
Welcome Back: A little tooting of the horn
OK, I have to took one more horn while I am at it. A former journalism student of mine from my teaching days at Hays HIgh is now a casting director and screen writer in Hollywood. I am just a bit proud of Scotty Mullen. It just goes to show the influnce teachers have. Recently he had a hit show on the SiFy channel Sharknado 5. Check out the article about him.
Help students see what's ahead
Use your phone to film yourself at work!
- Name and Company.
- How does your job relate to Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts or Math (STEAM).
- What should students pay attention to in that class to be good at your job? 4. Why do you love your job?
- Shout out to your favorite teacher!
- Send to Dr. Tonnie Martinez: email@example.com
Check out the website to see some examples already posted, but many, more coming soon. http://coe.k-state.edu/edcats/steam-connections/
We need your help.
Great New Selfie App
Tiy can even add text and there are a couple of picture effect.
Check out Sticky-Al: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sticky-ai/id1234178923?mt=8
NOTE: It is an iPhone app but will work on your iPad too.
ClassHook Helps Teachers Find Classroom Television Clips
ClassHook can be used to improve student engagement and content retention in the classroom by making connections to popular television shows and movies. Not only does ClassHook save time you time as you search for the “just right” video, it helps you locate engaging, inspiring, and culturally-relevant video content that is appropriate for your next lesson. The demo video below gives a quick, one-minute overview of ClassHook so you can get a feel for just how easy the platform is to you.
And the best part, it is FREE
Special thanks to Class Tech Tips for this resource
Amazing Photographs you can legally use?
Free images and videos you can use anywhere
Pixabay is a vibrant community of creatives, sharing copyright free images and videos. All contents are released under Creative Commons CC0, which makes them safe to use without asking for permission or giving credit to the artist - even for commercial purposes.
Learn more: https://pixabay.com/en/service/faq/