Take a trip step inside 11 dramatic virtual tours some of the most beautiful theaters, concert halls and opera houses in the world. Carnegie Hall, The Colosseum in Rome, and The Sydney Opera House are just a few of the amazing trips you take!
Sun West DLC's Managing Your Mind presentation. Review discussions on daily stress and anxiety with three guest speakers. Learn strategies for growing resiliency in your life and home and hear from DLC teachers about some quick activities that can help manage your own mind during a stressful moment.
This presentation has been Powered by RBC, partners of the DLC in creating a locally developed Mental Wellness 30 course, and partners in bringing mental wellness discussions and awareness to the forefront. Thank you RBC, for your support, and for your contribution in making today’s event happen.
This tool helps you evaluate the level of proficiency
that you or your students have with the 21st Century
Fluencies. The Fluency Snapshot Tool can be used
either with individual students or with groups.
There are 10 statements for each Fluency. As you
move through the statements, chose a value you feel
represents how well the individual or group has
demonstrated the characteristic. This is an editable
form that you can check the boxes in online or off.
Have your students assess themselves and discuss
the outcome. Compare your results in each Fluency
to determine where focus and improvement may be
needed. Revisit this again in the future and co
Think about changing your classroom to fit 21st Century needs. Covers display, storage, furniture, teaching zone, personality and other active student learning spaces.
Literature is a wonderful way to introduce your students to 21st century skills and spark discussion. The following is a list of books using SECRET (self-management, effective participation, creativity, reflection, enquiry and team work) to bring 21st century learning to life!
Teaching coping skills to older children and teens about strategies to help calm down.
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Ask and You Shall Receive.
Getting good answers means asking good questions, and here's how.
Asking good questions is a cornerstone of learning and living. So much of our success in life depends on asking the right questions. But how do we actually do it?
In education, the benefits of asking good questions is immeasurable. It's simple if you have a process, like the one we give you in this poster entitled 5 Steps to Asking Good Questions.
This colourful and informative poster is printable as an 11x17 file, and is also perfect as a shareable infographic.
It features 5 categories for developing good questions, with exploratory points for each one. You and your students will love it!
Help Your Students Upload Some New Beliefs.
A visual tool for eradicating "mind viruses" once and for all.
A mind virus is like a piece of software we download into our brains, and bad software or viruses can corrupt our entire system in the form of negative thinking. It?s possible, however, to upload new software that serves us better. We?ve created an infographic poster to help you do that?we call it 9 Common Mind Viruses.
It features some of the most common negative thoughts students can have, and how you can help get past them. These are all about fostering student inspiration in the toughest of times. This is the medicine to fight the mind virus off once and for all.
Use ?the medicine? prescribed to get students to look at the statement from a different angle and help them turn it around into something positive.
A rubric to assess the 6 phases of assessing creativity and innovation, Creativity Process Poster, a student chart to self-assess creativity and innovation and a chart outlining the 6 phaese of the creative process.
This article describes the best web tools currently around to build fast formative assessment. The article is from the Global Digital Citizen Foundation by Lee Wantanabe-Crockett.
Quick feedback tools
Live quiz tools
Presentation and quiz tools
No tech tools
Minds in Bloom blog. This link contains several posts with ideas for brain breaks in the classroom. There are brain breaks by theme (Christmas, Mystery) or brain breaks that can be used throughout the year.
These guides are designed by the Global Digital
Citizen Foundation to help you gain a better
understanding of the 21st Century Fluencies and
how they work.
This guide contains a description of the stages of
Collaboration Fluency, as well as a perspective on the
skills each stage develops and why they are important
for our students?and everyone?to learn.
We hope this information will help you with the
development of the Fluencies as you work to infuse
them into your students' learning experiences.