Theo's overworked computer in a spray of sparks.
Francisco's comic book collection worth $20,000.00.
List how your school and classroom environments support 21st Century learning outcomes. Does the faculty at your school collaborate, share best practices and integrate 21st century skills into classroom practice? Do students in your school and classroom learn in relevant, real world 21st century contexts such as project-based and applied learning experiences? Do your students experience equitable access to quality learning tools, technologies and resources? Does the architectural design of your classroom create space for for group, team and individual learning? Do you provide opportunities for both face to face and online interaction with community members and experts in their field for your students?
Potato chips too loudly to eat during an exam.
Think about the physical space in your school and in your classroom. Does the school environment resemble a modern business or a 20th Century factory? On a piece of paper sketch out what you think the idea 21st Century school should look like, then sketch out what the idea 21st Century classroom should look like. Be creative and think about the learning needs of students as you do this exercise. Later you will compare this to what others have said about 21st Century learning environments.
A three-mile run like a marathon during a hot, humid July afternoon.
Then you have a list of verbs with multiple personalities: , , , , , , , , , and . Sometimes these verbs are linking verbs; sometimes they are action verbs. Their function in a sentence decides what you should call them.
connects the subject, , to his state of being, anger.
You must remember that verbs can have more than one part. In fact, a verb can have as many as four parts. A multi-part verb has a base or main part as well as additional helping or with it. Check out the examples below:
Chris the crunchy, honey-roasted grasshopper.
This course is designed to help educators, parents and interested persons assure that all students are learning critical 21st Century skills. Participants in this course will examine the skills that business and industry tell us are important for students to learn in order to be successful participants in a . They will evaluate the importance of integrating 21st Century skills into their curriculum. During this course they will analyze their curriculum and to determine which 21st Century skills they currently teach, and which additional skills they can integrate into their curriculum. The final product for teachers will be a project that requires their learners to learn 21st Century skills. The final product for non educators will be a project plan for themselves (for another course they are taking, for their own children or chidren in their family, etc.) I will work with you to help you determine the best audience for your final project, and way to create it.