Who was Christopher Columbus?Riepilogo:
This lesson will provide your students with information on Christopher Columbus' role in history. It will also encourage your students to think critically about the implications of his actions.
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Lesson Focus: Student-Centered, Observable, and Measurable Objectives
Throughout this lesson you will find examples of how to incorporate learning objectives in your Mimio .INK files. Wondering why you might do that? Here are a couple of reasons:
- to help your students understand expected learning outcomes
- to help colleagues use your lesson instantly when you share it with them
- to better focus yourself as you teach
Inserito da: Paul Gigliotti
This lesson is one of the most amazing ones I have seen! I was searching for resources for my husband, who teachers Middle School History/Social Studies because I am helping him integrate Mimio into his lessons. This lesson is so engaging, clearly aligned to objectives, and so well-presented, it's the first one I am going to show him to peak his interest in Mimio!
THANK YOU for sharing your outstanding work!
- Mar. 28, 2012
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- Jody McCarty
The objectives in this lesson really allow teachers to follow your original intent in creating this lesson. Hopefully others can see the importance of adding learning objectives to any page that requires interaction.
Does anyone want instruction on adding learning objectives to your lessons? There are quite a few video tutorials on MimioConnect! Search "objectives" and you'll find some, including this one: http://www.mimioconnect.com/content/lesson/mmlb_pd_introduction_objectives
Great lesson, Paul!
- Ott. 10, 2011
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- Claire Pavia