Nico la taupe ( 22 min 32 s ) - Ce film qui amusera les petits offre aux enseignants un précieux outil de discussion pour aborder des questions touchant leurs élèves : l'influence des pairs, la crainte du rejet, l'amitié et la tolérance.
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First day of class: Meet Your Teacher
Most teachers, I’m sure, make sure to leave time during the first class to take student questions, primarily about the syllabus and the shape of the course ahead. But it’s worth underlining the importance of student involvement right from the start, letting them know that your desire to hear their questions and concerns is not just a superficial courtesy (“Any questions? OK then…). Here’s a way to encourage students to take ownership of the course. After a brief introduction, distribute the…
Teacher Morale Game "Would You Rather" Plus Awards
End of year awards have been added to this growing bundle of faculty meeting fun! Use these activites to ease stress and take a break from professional development. Customize the awards or use the templates included.The "Would You Rather" game includes custom silly questions that only a teacher would understand.
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Accounts the immigration story of Li Keng Wong, a young Chinese girl whose family immigrated to San Francisco via Angel Island in 1933. It includes many links to other websites to learn about the Chinese Exclusion Act, Chinese culture, Angel Island, and others. Offers a unique perspective since most immigration stories are told about Ellis Island on the East, while this one focuses on the West. Includes an interview of Li Keng with questions from students.