In order to take courses at Chinese university, one must pass HSK 6 Chinese proficiency exam, so far everything is fairly easy, except 语病 section. I cannot figure out if it is asking just simple grammatical error or error in sentence expression? Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!
Have you ever find great youtube video but only need the sound file. Often you will need a 3rd party software to extract this. Peggo allow you to simply record within the site. You can record the entire video or shorten it anyway you would like. Note: Currently it is limit to just youtube videos.
Found this pretty cool story builder tool from google. It takes on the concept of story building, but turns it into an interactive story board. Simple to use and great possibility for classroom activities.
Check out Google Story Builder and create away!
Iowa State University, Center for excellence in Learning and Teaching, took the Bloom’s Taxonomy visual to a whole new level. It is a 3D clickable modular cubes with “cognitive” dimension on one side and “knowledge” dimension on the other. Be sure to check it out!
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Linguist training , currently in Beta phase, seven languages. Music for world language classroom with four proficiency game mode and karaoke sing along.
Finally I took sometime tonight to set this up. The process is fairly simple, however, you must have your own domain to make this work. In my case, I had jannachiang.com for few years now. I used Go Daddy as my domain provider, and route through wordpress to domain map my site (this part is not free). However, once you have your own domain set up, google education classroom is very easy to use and create. For my first one, I will be testing it out with the latest PD that I will present in couple weeks, will update later. 🙂
Students in Phaltan, India, research the answer to a big question at one of Sugata Mitra’s School in the Cloud labs. According to Mitra and his Microsoft Work Wonders Project partner, Adam Braun, there’s quite a bit that Western schools can learn from classrooms in the developing world.
Adam Braun went to school in the US and now runs a nonprofit that builds schools in Ghana, Laos, Nicaragua and Guatemala. In contrast, Sugata Mitra—the winner of the 2013 TED Prize—went to school in India and now is a professor in the UK, where his research on self-directed learning routinely brings him into elementary schools. Both of these education activists have seen how typical classrooms function in the Western world, and both have seen how typical classrooms function in the developing world. And both say, the West isn’t always better.
Braun and Mitra have teamed up through Microsoft’s Work Wonders Project to…
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Going to use this EMAZE on my next presentation!