Don McMillan: Life After Death by PowerPoint
Where the Hell is Matt?
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One of the benefits of Virtual Conferences/Professional Development sessions is that it can be recorded. The recording allows you to control the pace, finding the moments you want to watch again.
July 8th Session – Access the Elluminate vOffice recording:
Please work to complete the following assignments before our next class on July 15th.
- Post a reflection on your blog (include some form of media) about your experience with our virtual class on Friday, July 8th.
- Comment on the Respecting the Brain post about something new you learned.
- Read and comment on at least one of your classmate’s blogs. Find the list on the right side.
- Test your computer for July 15th’s online/virtual class. Contact Steve for technical support. Log in on the right under Bb Collaborate vOffice.
- Continue to work on *Digital Storytelling Assignment (due July 15th) – assignment checklist
- Continue to work on the Technologically Integrated Unit Plan (due July 30th) – description – rubric
*Digital Stories can be shared with me and Jim either through the Dropbox folder (MU_Digital Stories) or a link from YouTube or Vimeo.
I will be at the Reston Center on July 15th for class. Class should last no more than 2 hours.
What do we know about the brain and how does what we know (or think we know) drive how we teach. John Medina and his book Brain Rules breaks the latest brain research into 12 principles/rules. His book is a great read and it is supported by companion DVD. Much of the video content on the DVD is shared on his website @BrainRules.net. On this site you can access information/activities to support all 12 principles/rules by selection the icon at the top of the media window.
Check out this news report that does a great job of summarizing the book.