Working with classes and classmates in Microsoft Teams

Working with classes and classmates in Microsoft Teams

(music) – School involves a lot of moving parts. Classes, classmates, documents, projects, and more. With Microsoft Teams for Education, you can connect with all of these parts to make everything seamless, even if you’re not in the classroom. Let’s take a look. To get started, open the Microsoft Teams app from your desktop, browser, […]

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Meet Zeke Woof: One of the Earliest Drawings of NC State’s Wolf Head | Day of Giving 2020

Meet Zeke Woof: One of the Earliest Drawings of NC State’s Wolf Head | Day of Giving 2020

I’d always drawn loved Disney work, you know, it just fascinated me. Ended up teaching drawing here at the university. I came to State as a freshman in 1955 I ended up very fortunately rooming with the fellow that was the dorm manager for Syme dorm. He also asked me to do some drawings for […]

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Ontario College of Teachers – Public education in Ontario: Who does what?

Ontario College of Teachers – Public education in Ontario: Who does what?

Hi and welcome to Who Does What? in Ontario’s public education: the teachers’ guide to organizations that affect their careers and lives. In today’s episode, we’re taking a look at OCT, the Ontario College of Teachers. OCT regulates much of your professional life, along with over 239,000 other teachers in the province. That regulation is […]

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LET’S CREATE: Our Strategy for 2020-2030. What will you create?

LET’S CREATE: Our Strategy for 2020-2030. What will you create?

Let’s Create A country united by culture To be happier, healthier Excited, inspired To make sense of our world Sense of ourselves Comforting the lonely Helping kids become grown ups And grown ups become kids again Bringing us all together with the freedom To ask difficult questions And take a stand To make your mark […]

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The End of Average!? Disrupting the green of education!

The End of Average!? Disrupting the green of education!

Welcome to Five Moore Minutes! Helpful videos in five minutes or less, that support the teaching and learning of ALL students! I am your host, Shelley Moore, and today’s episode is, The End of Average! Today, I have to give a really big shout out to Todd Rose, because our episode is based on a […]

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Water Cycle Song

Water Cycle Song

The water cycle Woow woow Takes the water and moves it Up and and down and All around the earth! The evaporation comes when the heat from the sun warms up all the ground water then it turns to water vapor condensation takes over it goes up to the clouds water vapor cools down and […]

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Effective feedback animation

Effective feedback animation

Feedback is a powerful way to achieve improvement in teaching and learning. It is an integral part of every teacher’s practice and when used effectively can improve student learning by as much as eight months. As teachers and school leaders it’s essential to understand what evidenced-based feedback if we’re to unlock the greatest possible benefits […]

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Explore UTS Education

Explore UTS Education

>>Narrator: Do you dream of making a difference through education? The UTS School of Education offers innovative degrees in five key areas: The first area is at undergraduate level in Primary and Secondary teaching The other four are at at postgraduate level: Secondary teaching, Applied Linguistics and TESOL, Learning and Leadership, and Research degrees As […]

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Arabic Reading for Absolute Beginners – An Arabic Notice at the Station

Arabic Reading for Absolute Beginners – An Arabic Notice at the Station

you are at a bus stop where you’re waiting for the 301 bus there is a notice posted on the bus timetable what does the notice say what does the notice say the notice reads the 301 bus does not stop here verse Rock’em Tara to me our head lay a typhoon a

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How To Read World Weather Maps | Weather Station Field Trip | KidVision Pre-K

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