Copyright on Campus
A 6 minute overview of copyright for educators.
This will be great to use at the beginning of next school year!Source: youtube.com
…But technological change is as much emotional and psychological as it is instruction. If you don’t first have the teacher in the mood to learn, you’ll be struggling. So, be careful of labeling the teacher as resistant in the first place and be willing to teach and encourage the teacher wherever he/she is. This is a nice article from Elena Aguilar. Check out part 2 after reading this one.
As a first year technology “coach”, this post had some excellent points that I need to keep in mind!Source: coolcatteacher
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departuresandarrivals replied to your post: Popping off the question about tattoos what about facial piercings? I am a sophomore in college on my way to being a high school teacher and I have my nose pierced. I really want to keep it but everyone says that I won’t be able to keep it, do…
In the district I work in, it explicitly states that any piercings other than ears and/or any visible tattoos are against the dress code. That being said, I have seen teachers wear very small and discreet nose rings in my district. Take it out for any interviews, then gauge the school and choose when to start wearing it if you get hired. Definitely check the dress code!Source: girlwithalessonplan