3.6.1 Saying thank you and acknowledging current contribution Probably the single most important way of retaining people's support and goodwill is to say thank you promptly and to demonstrate that you have noted and valued whatever it is they have contributed. If you do not have the systems to guarantee that supporters are thanked appropriately, then you cannot seriously expect to move anyone anywhere – be it up a pyramid, into a kite or round a matrix.
Probably the single most important way of retaining people's support and goodwill is to say thank you promptly and to demonstrate that you have noted and valued whatever it is they have contributed. If you do not have the systems to guarantee that supporters are thanked appropriately, then you cannot seriously expect to move anyone anywhere – be it up a pyramid, into a kite or round a matrix.
Implementing Mobile and e-learning in Health and Social Care
As part of a submission for the IMS Global Award, this film discusses the outputs of the ALPS CETL and demonstrates the impact that they have had on learning and assessment in practice settings, particularly focussing on the development of competency maps, 360degree multiprofessional asessment tools and the use of mobile technology to deliver these innovative assessment processes to the Health and Social Care students on placement.
How to Boil Shrimp
A chef does a demonstration on boiling shrimp tails. This is a fast way to cook them thoroughly. He shows how to blend together a sauce for the shrimp that will go on top of the shrimp after it is done boiling.
How to Value Baseball Trading Cards
Learn about the value of baseball trading. An owner of a card trading store explains that the value of cards can be found in the Beckett pricing guide, which is published every other month and contains a list
of cards and their values. Learn how a baseball card's condition can
affect its value.
Children's Spelling 2
This childrens educational video teaches kids how to spell some
simple words: boat, leaf, block, pie, boot, cup, lake, ice, bed, nest,
track, book, cloud, hole, egg, pot, train, snow, light, corn. The word is spelled slowly with each letter highlighted as it is spelled and a picture is shown with the word. Lesson page to go with this video can be found at:http://xoax.net/childrens/Spelling2.php
Intro to Algebra, Part 2
A math instructor explains where the name for algebra comes from. He talks about a an old Arabic book whose title includes "al-jabr", meaning reduction (as in algebraic reduction or simplification). It introduced a lot of the key ideas of basic algebra.
Sunlight and Seasons
Lecture 24 - 11/17/2010
Lecture 24 - 11/17/2010
The Art of Teaching the Arts: Addressing the Diverse Needs of Students
Arts teachers are aware of and respond to the many differences they find among their students. In this session, participants meet a visiting theatre artist who takes advantage of the different backgrounds and learning styles of ninth-graders to help them understand and embrace the playwriting process. A visual art teacher brings together honors art students and students with disabilities, so they can learn from each other. As a music teacher works with different classes, she addresses needs comm
Workshop 8: Learning to Listen
With Dr. Wynne Harlen. Formative assessment is a term that has gained prominence as teachers recognize the value of uncovering students’ thinking during the course of instruction. This information is then used to guide the development of lessons as well as provide feedback to students to assist them in their learning. In this workshop, you will see teachers e
Biology of Sex and Gender
Several genes help determine what makes a human embryo develop female or male sexual anatomies. This session examines recent findings which have challenged previous beliefs about the roles of anatomy, environment, and genetics in the determination of gender, and the evolution of sexual determination.
Integrating the Internet into the Classroom
The Internet is vast and this is a good presentation to narrow down appropriate sources for high school students. Two sites listed are:
froguts.com (an interactive dissection site) and The Grammar Gym.
This presentation/slideshow has 87 slides. (Slide 11 appears to be empty.)
A Guide To Shakespeare's Use of English
A quick guide for dealing with Shakespeare's language. She discusses thinking of it as a voiceover and reminds viewers that Shakespeare had a pretty blank stage. (0:50)
Silent animation of the structure of a crawfish. Would make a good overview before dissection begins. 2:57 min.
Improve Reading Fluency with iPods in School
Ideas and book examples to put stories on iPods, including the acceptable use forms, are in this two minute video. This is not an how to video, but the spokesperson does explain the results of using this technology.
How to Price Football Trading Cards
In this clip learn to price football trading cards. A card trading store owner explains that the first place to start is with the Beckett price guide, which is published every other month. Also explained is how the condition of a football card can affect its value.
English Grammar and Punctuation : Do You Underline Titles?
The titles of games, such as Scrabble, should be underlined or italicized when written. Treat a game title the same as a book or movie title. The instructor is exper Paige Carrera
Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
How To Use Capital Letters
VideoJug presents a definitive guide on how to use Capital Letters, from place names, to sentence structure. This VideoJug film covers all uses of capital letters in English.
How to Make A Morpheme FlipBook
This clip shows how to make a morpheme flip book. You will need stack of paper any size, a list of prefixes, roots, suffixes, scissors, stapler, markers or pens. Instructions are provided with voice narration and with text on the screen. This is useful for practicing dividing words into parts and making and learning new words..