The semester is in full swing and we know how difficult it can be to grab your class’s attention. As a BUILD teacher, you can not only teach your students to become the next generation of leaders but how to be the CEO’s of their own lives. Become a BUILD teacher and unlock the possibilities.
As an educator, there is always something to do. Between grading lessons and keeping up with changing regulations, there just isn’t enough time in the day. Edutopia.com is a tremendous resource for educators. Here are a few great articles to get you started.
In schools, should we be empowering students to use their favorite digital tools to produce and engage with content? Research shows it can deliver surprising academic benefits.
Teachers can cultivate a positive learning environment by adapting pedagogical strategies that are familiar to students.
As student mental health issues reach crisis proportions, schools and teachers are playing a larger role than ever in providing support. Is it too big an ask?
If Halloween is your cup of tea, here are some entertaining class activities and lessons you can try.
In high school, however, incorporating the spooktacular spirit can be tricky. We don’t wear costumes (after all, we need those security cameras to be able to pick out faces!). Our snacks are highly policed. And anything that doesn’t enrich or supplement the mandated curriculum is frowned upon.
As All Hallows’ Eve draws closer and the overall spookiness of the season reaches its peak, we take a moment to consider how profitable this time of year is for the businesses and companies that cash in. After all, Halloween is an inclusive occasion, and many can use its themes to their advantage.
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We know you love BUILD. Make sure your community knows how wonderful we are too. Please share our teacher, mentor and student flyers, so that we can spread the word about BUILD.
1. iPhone, iPad, Zoom and Loom are all choices of recording tools for their video presentation
2. Record with both students and their presentation in view
3. Record horizontally for the best view of the students and their presentation
4. Follow Presentation Diagram to the Right
- Make eye contact with the camera
- Notecards may be used as cue cards
•Pro Tip: Notecards should avoid having a full script
- Even when you are not speaking, don’t forget the camera is still recording!
•Be aware of your body language while you and your business partners are speaking
- Everyone has an opportunity to speak
- Professional dress is encouraged
- Practice makes perfect
•Practice how you will transition from each speaker
•Project your voice when you speak
Follow positioning format Above
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