Madame Thomas Wikis How-To, Part 4
What is a widget? What is a badge? Embed widget, embed badge. (5:38)
Madame Thomas Wikis How-To 5
Create a new page (2 ways) and embed video. (3:24)
Madame Thomas Wikis How-To, Part 6
How to edit navigation bar.
Madame Thomas Wikis How-To, Part 7
How to see who's looking at your wiki (statistics). You can actually look at any wiki stats. Shows how you can go and check out your stats which can be shown by month in different graphs.
Madame Thomas WIkis How-To, Part 10
How to see how big files are, how to locate files, re-name files. (2:31)
Madame Thomas Wikis How-To, Part 11
How to change profile picture icon.
Madame Thomas Wikis How-To, Part 12
How to tag pages. Go to the front, there are the details on tags-from there you can edit them. (1:40)
Madame Thomas Wikis How-To, Part 15
How to remove ads from the right. Click on turn ads off-it usually costs $5 a month but if it is an educational wiki they can be removed for free. (0:51)
See the importance of planning what you need to study. Always keep in mind the end result you are working toward. Working together with friends to teach and learn. The video is directed to the student at the mid or high school level, giving tips to help them study. Run time 04:47.
How to Improve Your Study Habits
Don't get discouraged - learn to make your study time more productive. This video uses humor to give some useful strategies to improve your study time. (Check out the teacher's lovely mismatched earings and dance moves!) The video is directed to students at the mid-high school level. Run time 04:30.
Tom Burns "Essential Study Skills"
See the obstacles that keep us from learning, and how to overcome them. Use strategies to develop good study habits - including developing confidence. Run time 04:06.
Practicing Speeches: Study Outline
In this video, professional speaker and communications instructor Tracy Goodwin, teaches that it is best to work from an outline. She provides you with numerous tips including that you need to read over your outline multiple times so that your speech practice will be profitable. This is a great video to get you started on the path to a fabulous speech.
What is the Purpose of Debriefing in the Lesson Study Process?
Through debriefing, in the Lesson Study process, the course can be refined, and a consensus can be obtained over what elements worked well, what elements need to be tweaked, and what elements should be removed altogether so that the students can get the most of any particular lesson. Run time 03:40.
How to Measure the Success of the Lesson Study Process
One of the key measures of success of a Lesson Study is the camaraderie of the team. Find out more about other measures of success and ways the process helps define a culture in one school. An administrator also discusses the value of Lesson Study for professional development. Run time 06:37.
What Is The Role of Observers in the Lesson Study Process?
Observers play a critical role in Lesson Study, sharing their perspectives and strategies on ways to be sure their work doesn't interfere with the students' learning. Run time 05:48.
What is Lesson Study?
Find out more about the role data analysis plays in beginning a Lesson Study. See how one team of teachers sorts data to determine the focus of a Lesson Study, while you hear more about some of the challenges involved in running Lesson Study in a school. Run time 10:59.
What is The Importance of Team Collaboration in The Lesson Study process?
One of the key components of Lesson Study is team collaboration. Find out more about strategies that facilitate collaboration and ownership of the Research Lesson. Run time 03:23.
What is Included in Lesson Study Script?
Learn more about the steps involved in creating the "Lesson Script" … from identifying "best practices" strategies to sequencing the Lesson Script. Hear the rationale for NOT following a "word-for-word" script. Run time 06:23.
Thomas Paine's "Common Sense"
As late as January 1776, months before American independence was declared, many colonists still pledged their loyalty to the Crown. These loyalists comprised a large segment of the population, including important leaders. They considered the colonies an extension of Great Britain and generally discarded the idea of becoming a self-governing country
Thomas Paine and Common Sense
A review of why Common Sense was important, excerpts, and insights into why it was important. Moves rapidly. At best a brief review.