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      Melizza Cuizon

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      25 Teacher Memes That Tell It Like It Is

      Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Thu, Nov 17, 2022

      Teaching is a profession that is the epitome of selflessness. No teacher goes in thinking that every day will be an absolute cake walk. Teaching is hard; it can be frustrating; it can be sad. But thankfully, there are those one-of-a-kind souls that head into their classrooms, paperwork and coffee in hand, ready to get down and do the work many couldn’t imagine ever doing. In support of our dedicated, tireless, and downright heroic teachers, here are some funny reminders of why we should appreciate them more. 

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      Topics: tips for teachers

      4 Ideas to Increase Collaboration Using an Interactive Display

      Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Wed, Sep 21, 2022

      Interactive learning has moved from being an innovative strategy to a ‘must do’ to keep students engaged in the classroom. As technology has become more beneficial for instruction and student learning, teachers are at the forefront of why, how, and when to use ed tech effectively and efficiently. Interactive displays support connected and collaborative experiences for students, even if they’re remote learning. With more features and applications available on displays, teachers are incorporating their use regularly and seeing student participation and active learning improving in their classrooms. 

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      Topics: Classroom Technology, Education Technology, Student Engagement, tips for teachers, student learning, interactive displays

      Campus Communication – Why It's Essential

      Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Wed, Sep 14, 2022

      We’re living in a time in which posting updates and sharing news on social media instantly is the norm. The immediate gratification of seeing simple messages that convey information that may impact views and actions can be applied to the needs of a school. Campus communication that can clearly, quickly, and reliably share alerts and information is essential for the overall safety and sense of well-being that staff and students need. With nearly all schools implementing technology – whether on a large or small scale – all need to know what can affect them. 

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      Topics: school, school community, Attention!, campus communication, campus safety

      Advantages of Interactive Displays for Education

      Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Wed, Sep 7, 2022

      Classrooms are quickly becoming technology hubs for teachers and students, with interactive displays at their core. While many teachers feel comfortable with interactive whiteboards and projectors as the ed tech to serve their needs, interactive displays have certain advantages over those classic tools. Here are at least 10 advantages of interactive displays to power learning. 

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      Topics: Education Technology, ProColor, interactive displays, MimioPro 4

      Remote Teaching - What's Worked for Teachers

      Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Thu, Aug 25, 2022

       

      ,In the past few years, teachers and students have progressively made changes in how they teach and learn. With more options for remote learning, teachers have found instructional practices that work for them and are relatively simple to implement. Below are six practices that have become regular parts of fully remote teaching and learning.

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      Topics: Education Technology, MimioConnect, distance learning, distance teaching, remote learning, remote instruction

      Screen Mirroring to Innovate Teaching and Learning

      Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Thu, Jul 14, 2022

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      Topics: Classroom Technology, Education Technology, Student Engagement, student learning, interactive displays, CleverShare

      Creating a Makerspace – Tips to Get Started

      Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Tue, Mar 15, 2022

      Creating a makerspace in a school or classroom has several benefits including but not limited to high student engagement, critical thinking skills are nurtured, and collaboration and communication is common. In a well-run makerspace, teachers and students are designing, testing, refining, and building materials that answer real-life needs. 

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      Topics: Maker, STEM, STEM education, Makerspace

      3 Fun Ideas for Read Across America Day

      Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Wed, Mar 2, 2022

      Today is Read Across America Day (March 2)! Established in 1998, the goal of Read Across America Day is to motivate all areas of society to engage in reading. Classrooms across the country will host special guests who’ll read aloud to students, schools will decorate hallways and libraries with images from their favorite stories, and children will happily share their own well-loved books with others. Use today to launch National Reading Month and encourage your students to experience the joys of reading through various activities that highlight what the written word can do! Here are three ideas to start: 

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      Topics: tips for teachers, reading activities, reading

      Cultivating Empathy in the Classroom

      Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Wed, Feb 9, 2022

      In the past year cultivating empathy has become a need in every classroom, helping students and teachers navigate the challenges of our ‘new norm.’ We all realize two years in that the growing feelings of isolation, lack of community, and limited interaction have affected how our students engage and develop relationships. As we approach two years of masking, social distancing, hybrid learning, remote learning, and more, how can cultivating and nurturing empathy bring positive results to the classroom and beyond? 

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      Topics: SEL, social-emotional learning

      Boost STEM Learning with Mars Exploration Activities

      Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Wed, Jan 12, 2022

      Mars exploration made strong advances in 2021. There were exciting missions to explore the Red Planet by several countries, such as China, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States. The exploratory missions include analyzing the atmosphere, mapping out the planet’s magnetic field, searching for water and ice, and scouting the land and rock formations. NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) provides insight into their Mars missions, allowing space exploration enthusiasts to share in the exhilaration of new discoveries. Teachers can help spark interest in space exploration for their students by incorporating robotics in their curriculum. While the overall focus is on Mars, skills such as coding and programming are also taught – skills that are in demand for jobs in the STEM fields. 

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      Topics: STEM Lessons, STEM, Mimio MyBot

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