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Author: Gloria DeGaetano
Publisher: Personhood Press
Category: Family & Relationships
This illuminating investigation takes a fresh look at the role of media in children's lives. An overview of the formidable challenges parents face and creative ways to overcome them are included, as are strategies for turning a home environment from "high-tech" to "high-touch." Moving beyond demonizing the media, this work, like none before it, articulates the difficulties of parenting in our depersonalized society. It offers hopeful alternatives for all parents wanting to protect children from, and teach children about, media's impact.
Students in grades 3–5 surveyed indicated access levels of 55% for MP3 players, 42% for laptops, 19% for smart phones, and 8% for iPads.
Author: Michael Orey
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
As digital devices play a more critical role in daily life than ever, more opportunities arise for innovative learning technologies—a trend on full display in the Educational Media and Technology Yearbook for 2012. This latest edition, volume 37, from the Association for Education, Communication, and Technology (AECT) notes the most current trends in the field of learning design and technology, taking into account the implications for both formal and informal learning. The majority of articles train their focus on graduate and professional goals, including an analysis of doctoral programs in educational technology and new collaborative learning platforms. Library science is a featured component of this analysis and Library Science programs are featured prominently in this analysis. Mediagraphy and profiles of leaders in the field are also included.
A Resource Guide for Parents, Grandparents, Teachers and Students Deanna ... related activities for teachers to use within their curriculums for grades 3-5, ...
Author: Deanna Schwartzman
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
TEACHING CHILDREN MONEY MATTERS HOW CAN ADULTS HELP THEIR CHILDREN LEARN TO AVOID CREDIT CARD DEBT AND BE BETTER PREPARED TO HANDLE THEIR OWN FUTURE FINANCES? All adults would like a secure financial future for their children. Throughout this book, you will find numerous ideas, techniques, strategies and lessons that will provide answers to those very questions. Whether you are a parent, grandparent, teacher or student, you will find ideas and resources to begin understanding how to better help your children manage their money and have secure financial futures. In order to teach our children how to handle their finances, we need to educate ourselves and use available resources on the topic. Let this book GUIDE you to do just that. Deanna W. Schwartzman and Deanna M. Suckow are former teachers who have retired, each after more than a quarter-century in the classroom. Their experiences have been with regular and special education students. Each has been married for almost 50 years. Their current total of grandchildren stands at nine. It was with these grandchildren in mind that they began the research project which has culminated in this book. They were determined that their grandchildren have the knowledge of money management for a successful, well-informed financial future. With all these grandchildren and the present day economy, they joined together to write Teaching Children Money Matters (a resource guide for parents, grandparents, teachers and students) and its companion book, What Every Preteen, Teenager and Young Adult Needs to Know to Avoid Credit Card Debt (21 statements that may change how the future generations handle money to secure their future finances.)
... Educate 21st Century Learners in Grades 3-5 Danielle N. DuPuis, Lori M. Carter ... Allow students to go to the PBS Kids “Don't Buy It, Get Media Smart!
Author: Danielle N. DuPuis
This comprehensive guide empowers library media specialists to achieve full instructional collaboration, providing curriculum-coordinated lesson plans for grades 3–5, teaching content while fully integrating information literacy and technology skills. * Provides over 50 individualized, student-approved print activities and documents, such as "Digi-Animal Package Template" and "Travel Journal" * Incorporates project-based learning into each lesson unit and offers suggestions for integrating technology, modifications for above or below grade level students, and recommendations for read-alouds and extension options * Contains sidebars with discussion opportunities as well as classroom connections to each unit of instruction * Includes bibliographies in resource lists as well as at the end of each chapter
Canada's Centre for Digital and Media Literacy, MediaSmarts, developed“Use, ... that target specific grades (K-2,3-5,6-8,9-12), aiming to involve students, ...
Author: Divina Frau-Meigs
Publisher: Council of Europe
Category: Political Science
Supporting children and young people to participate safely, effectively, critically and responsibly in a world filled with social media and digital technologies is a priority for educators the world over. Most young people in Europe today were born and have grown up in the digital era. Education authorities have the duty to ensure that these digital citizens are fully aware of the norms of appropriate behaviour when using constantly evolving technology and participating in digital life. Despite worldwide efforts to address such issues, there is a clear need for education authorities to take the lead on digital citizenship education and integrate it into school curricula. In 2016, the Education Department of the Council of Europe began work to develop new policy orientations and strategies to help educators face these new challenges and to empower young people by helping them to acquire the competences they need to participate actively and responsibly in digital society. This volume, the first in a Digital Citizenship Education series, reviews the existing academic and policy literature on digital citizenship education, highlighting definitions, actors and stakeholders, competence frameworks, practices, emerging trends and challenges. The inclusion of a wide selection of sources is intended to ensure sufficient coverage of what is an emergent topic that has yet to gain a strong foothold in either education or academic literature, but has received wider policy attention.
Author: Jennifer W. ShewmakerPublish On: 2015-02-24
When children have a specific phrase to use and have identified adults whom ... Late Elementary (Grades 3–5) Regarding this age group, Sheridan says: This ...
Author: Jennifer W. Shewmaker
This provocative book takes a look at children's consumption of sexualized media messages while providing parents, teachers, and professionals with strategies for abating their influence. • Provides a quick overview of previous works in child development, communication, and education • Discusses four mediating variables influencing children's values: culture of celebrity, family factors, gender, and community systems • Includes an "In Their Voices" section featuring specific responses from children, adolescents, parents, and professionals • Covers television, movies, music, and other media • Demonstrates the impact of both positive and negative media messages
Smart Apple Media, 2008. ISBN 9781599202921. 32 p. Grades 3–5. Graham, Ian. Attack Fighters (Designed for Success). Heinemann, 2008. ISBN 9781432916442.
Author: Kathleen A. Baxter
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Here's help in selecting current, nonfiction books that will get boys excited about reading. • Citations for over 1,700 current nonfiction titles published between 2007–2009 that will appeal to boys • Interviews with seven authors, including Kadir Nelson, author of We Are the Ship, recent winner of numerous children's literature awards, and a great role model for young male readers • Nonfiction booktalks that can be used word-for-word when presenting books to students • Reproducible booklists • Photos of featured male authors • Book cover illustrations
3. From this group, choose a few to be mounted on poster board for all to see. 4. As a readiness activity, have students share their own experiences related ...
Author: Nancy L Cecil
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Comprehensive yet succinct and readable, Literacy in Grades 4-8, Third Edition offers a wealth of practical ideas to help preservice and practicing teachers create a balanced and comprehensive literacy program while exploring the core topics and issues of literacy in grades 4 through 8. It addresses teaching to standards; differentiating instruction for readers and writers; motivating students; using assessment to inform instruction; integrating technology into the classroom; working with English learners and struggling readers; and connecting with caregivers. Selected classroom strategies, procedures, and activities represent the most effective practices according to research and the many outstanding classroom teachers who were observed and interviewed for the book. The Third Edition includes added material connecting the Common Core State Standards to the instruction and assessment of literacy skills; a combined word study and vocabulary chapter to help readers integrate these important topics in their teaching; more on technology, including comprehension of multimodal texts, enhancing writing instruction with technology tools, and teaching activities with an added technology component; added discussion of teacher techniques during text discussions, strategic moves that help students become more strategic readers. Key features: In the Classroom vignettes; more than 50 activities, some with a technology component; questions for journal writing and for projects and field-based activities; troubleshooting sections offering alternative suggestions and activities for those middle-grade students who may find a particular literacy focus challenging.
Waco, TX: Prufrock Press. Stanley, T. (2017). 10 performance-based projects for the language arts classroom: Grades 3–5. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.
Author: Todd Stanley
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
When Smart Kids Underachieve in School: Practical Solutions for Teachers takes a look at the 10 most common reasons why some smart, advanced, and gifted students do not reach their achievement potential. Reasons for underachievement range from social-emotional needs, lack of proper programming, not being challenged, and potential learning disabilities. Each chapter discusses a different cause and three practical strategies that can be used to overcome it. Useful for teachers, counselors, gifted coordinators, and administrators, this book is an easy-to-read, must-have resource for any educator looking to identify, understand, and reverse underachievement. Grades K–12
Brian Puerling, MS, is a National Board Certified Teacher and author of Teaching in the Digital Age: Smart Tools for Age 3 to Grade 3.
Author: Chip Donohue
A Co-Publication of Routledge and NAEYC Technology and Digital Media in the Early Years offers early childhood teacher educators, professional development providers, and early childhood educators in pre-service, in-service, and continuing education settings a thought-provoking guide to effective, appropriate, and intentional use of technology with young children. This book provides strategies, theoretical frameworks, links to research evidence, descriptions of best practice, and resources to develop essential digital literacy knowledge, skills and experiences for early childhood educators in the digital age. Technology and Digital Media in the Early Years puts educators right at the intersections of child development, early learning, developmentally appropriate practice, early childhood teaching practices, children’s media research, teacher education, and professional development practices. The book is based on current research, promising programs and practices, and a set of best practices for teaching with technology in early childhood education that are based on the NAEYC/FRC Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media and the Fred Rogers Center Framework for Quality in Children’s Digital Media. Pedagogical principles, classroom practices, and teaching strategies are presented in a practical, straightforward way informed by child development theory, developmentally appropriate practice, and research on effective, appropriate, and intentional use of technology in early childhood settings. A companion website (http://teccenter.erikson.edu/tech-in-the-early-years/) provides additional resources and links to further illustrate principles and best practices for teaching and learning in the digital age.
Author: Elaine M. BukowieckiPublish On: 2014-03-18
... NY: Children's Press North Mankato, MN: Smart Apple Media Hoboken, ... Grade 2 Grades 3—5 Kindergarten— Grade I Grades 3—5 Grades 4—8 Grades 2—3 Grades ...
Author: Elaine M. Bukowiecki
Publisher: R&L Education
The Use of Literary Sources in Social Studies, K-8 is a resource for teachers who wish to include varied literary genres in their social studies instruction along with a required social studies textbook. The literature described and exemplified in this book includes fiction, nonfiction, biographies, autobiographies, historical fiction, poetry, fairy tales, folktales, tall tales, and legends. Throughout this book, different instructional suggestions are presented for inclusion with varied social studies topics and literature sources. Each chapter contains questions and pedagogical strategies for critically reading and responding to varied literary genres, modifications to meet the needs of diverse learners, assessment techniques, information tied to technology and the “new literacies,” and connections to the National Curriculum Standards for the Social Studies: A Framework for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (2010) and the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy in History/Social studies, Science, and Technical Subjects (2010). The final chapter of this book describes the development and implementation of a classroom library for social studies teaching and learning.
Only 41% of the Media Smart and only 3% of the Student Bodies participants completed all modules (Wilksch et al., 2018). For these limited samples, ...
Author: Michael P. Levine
In a detailed analysis of the field of eating problems and disorders, this book highlights the connections between the prevention of eating problems and disorders, and theory and research in the areas of prevention and health promotion. It also looks at models of risk development and prevention; specific issues and challenges; the status of current prevention research; and lessons for prevention program development. In this unique text Levine and Smolak draw on a range of interdisciplinary perspectives, including prevention science, developmental psychology, public health, and neuroscience to provide a thorough review, history, and critique of the topic in light of a range of empirical studies. The only authored volume with a broad, detailed and integrated view of theories, research, and practice, this expanded, fully revised, and updated new edition features new chapters, on dissonance-based approaches, public health, biopsychiatry and neuroscience, gender, culture(s), technology, obesity, protective factors, and ecological approaches. The Prevention of Eating Problems and Eating Disorders: Theories, Research, and Applications is essential reading for clinicians, academics, researchers, graduate students, [and] upper-level undergraduates, and activists and advocates involved in work pertaining to eating disorders, disordered eating, prevention, health promotion, body image, obesity and biopsychosocial perspectives.
Author: International Society for Technology in EducationPublish On: 2002
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Author: International Society for Technology in Education
Publisher: ISTE (Interntl Soc Tech Educ
Written by a team of curriculum experts, teacher educators, and K-12 classroom and computer-resource teachers, this book shows you how to weave technology deeply into elementary language arts, social studies, math, and science curricula. Practical and straightforward introductory essays help teachers integrate technology into different classroom configurations, discuss cooperative teaching strategies, explore problem-based learning, explain how to use the Internet effectively and responsibly, and describe the creation of assessment rubrics. They are followed by dozens of ready-to-use lesson plans keyed to technology and content area standards. FEATURES Techniques for using technology to complement multicultural and multidisciplinary curricula Strategies for creating age-appropriate activities and assessments Model rubrics and links to online resources Also available: Multiple Intelligences and Instructional Technology: Second Edition - ISBN 156484188X Teaching with Digital Images: Acquire, Analyze, Create, Communicate - ISBN 1564842193
Language mediation among emergent bilingual children. Linguistics and Education ... Academic Language in Diverse Classrooms: English Language Arts, Grades 3–5.
Author: Margo Gottlieb
Publisher: Corwin Press
Make every student fluent in the language of learning. The Common Core and ELD standards provide pathways to academic success through academic language. Using an integrated Curricular Framework, districts, schools and professional learning communities can: Design and implement thematic units for learning Draw from content and language standards to set targets for all students Examine standards-centered materials for academic language Collaborate in planning instruction and assessment within and across lessons Consider linguistic and cultural resources of the students Create differentiated content and language objectives Delve deeply into instructional strategies involving academic language Reflect on teaching and learning
Author: r4Educated SolutionsPublish On: 2011-12-30
Practical Tips and Suggestions (Grades 3-5) r4Educated Solutions ... Getting smart: The social construction of intelligence. Lexington, MA: The Efficacy ...
Author: r4Educated Solutions
Publisher: Solution Tree Press
The purpose of Making Math Accessible to Students With Special Needs is to support everyone involved in mathematics education to become confident and competent with mathematics instruction and assessment so that 99% of students will be able to access enrolled grade-level mathematics. This resource is designed to actively engage readers through reflections and tasks in each chapter and can be used as a self-study professional development or as a group book study. Sample answers to tasks and reflections are found in the appendix, along with additional supports.
Puzzles and brainteasers are fun ways to get kids enjoying and thinking about math. The “thinking smart” puzzles in this book are designed to sharpen the ...
Author: Terry Stickels
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Number puzzles, spatial/visual puzzles, cryptograms, Sudoku, Kokuro, logic puzzles, and word games like Frame Games are all a great way to teach math and problem-solving skills to elementary and middle school students. In these two new collections, puzzle master Terry Stickels provides puzzles and brain games that range from simple to challenging and are organized by grade level and National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) content areas. Each book offers over 300 brain games that will help students learn core math concepts and develop critical thinking skills. The books include a wide range of puzzle types and cover a variety of math topics, from fractions and geometry to probability and algebra.
In order to more accurately diagnose a student's conceptual difficulties with grades 3–5 mathematics, it may be necessary to conduct a diagnostic interview.
Author: Timothy D. Kanold
Publisher: Solution Tree Press
This teacher guide illustrates how to sustain successful implementation of the Common Core State Standards for mathematics, grades 3–5. Discover what students should learn and how they should learn it at each grade level. Comprehensive research-affirmed analysis tools and strategies will help you and your collaborative team develop and assess student demonstrations of deep conceptual understanding and procedural fluency.
The Common Core Companion, Grades 3–5 lays out a road map to incorporating these research-based practices so kids can perform at their optimum, ...
Author: Leslie Blauman
Publisher: Corwin Press
It’s the teaching around the standards that counts! If you’re an upper-elementary teacher, we have a Common Core Companion for you, too! What makes this book “that version of the standards you wish you had?” It’s the way Leslie Blauman translates each and every standard for reading, writing, speaking and listening, language, and foundational skills into the day-to-day “what you do.” It’s all here: The standards for literature and informational texts put side by side for easier planning More than a dozen teaching ideas for each standard Recommendations on how to cultivate critical habits of mind A glossary of academic language for each standard An online bank of graphic organizers, reproducibles, charts, and more What makes The Common Core Companion, Grades K-2, “that version of the standards you wish you had”? The way it translates each and every standard into the day-to-day “what you do.”