Interesting video comparison of the classic Mary Poppins, great to use as a hook when teaching about genre.
Videos relating to teaching by the Smithsonian.
Letting students be creative takes time!
If you are looking for motivation here it is!!!
A short video link dealing with leadership. Something great to show a class and/or share with co-workers. Combines humor with an important topic!!!
I just created a new site dedicated to Units and Lesson Plans, currently my focus is on Homer’s Odyssey. Please check it out! I will be adding more to it soon here is the link:
This is a powerful video that puts schools on trial. Please watch!!
Meme- a humorous image, video, piece of text, etc. that is copied (often with slight variations) and spread rapidly by Internet users.
You can actually use memes in the classroom as explained in the web link below:
Recently I was required to create several memes referencing cyber security for my technology class. I am planning on teaching secondary education so I thought these would be funny.
This one is about the scam/question circulating around on social media about “how much money would you have if it was your social security number?” The people who answer it are putting themselves in a bad situation with the possibility of getting their information/identity stolen.This one is about having a good password on your accounts.This one is about your account settings, like turning off location on your posts/ having good privacy settings to avoid stalkers and other problems.
This one just addresses scams again and people out to get your personal information. For example anything that is “click bait” might not be safe to go to, could result in a virus.