audio notes

Make audio notes, keep them as text, organize them by topics. Here are some suggestions to start 8 Voice-to-Text Software That’ll Help You Work Faster Voice-to-text software is speech recognition technology that turns spoken words into written words. It can also identify and understand human speech to carry out a person’s commands on a computer… Speech to Text: How to Use Dictation Software Like a Pro (2020) The inbuilt speech to text software, in Windows is powered by Dragon. You can use it to practice dictating before you invest in premium speech recognition software.To active speech recognitio… 10 Best Speech … Continue reading audio notes

music online

For many classroom teachers, the shift to online learning will require some planning and creativity. School districts are stepping up to provide lessons. For activities teachers – Art, Music, … these prepared lessons can be used. However, this is an opportunity to explore some new ideas for teaching and learning. For developing and expanding technology supported teaching and learning, we refer to the SAMR model (Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, and Redefinition). Lessons can be shifted from classroom to technology without taking advantage of the additional learning opportunities afforded by the technology. Same learning objectives, same outcomes. Much more interesting and productive … Continue reading music online

games in education

College students provided these links and comments for an assignment for the class CIS2 Computers and the Internet in Society – Winter semester 2020. Computers Games in Education and Play. Try out a couple of educational games at Games for Change and find one that you think is particularly interesting. Write 2-3 sentences about the game and social issues associated with games in education. Post the web address of the description of the game you selected and your description to the Games in Education discussion. Try a couple of the recommended games and post your thoughts about each game you … Continue reading games in education

resources for teachers and parents

“Double Arch” by Jan Willem Broekema is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 Kids aren’t likely to be going back to school anytime soon. So now what? There are millions of online resources available. Many are really good – engaging, educational. Some are aligned with school standards. Some track progress and direct learning and practice. Some are just plain awesome – virtual field trips, challenging and great fun. The Best National Parks to Visit—Virtually | Travelzoo “The great Wallace Stegner once called America’s national parks “the best idea we ever had,” and we couldn’t agree more. Equal parts meditative and mind-blowing, … Continue reading resources for teachers and parents

Cancun, Mexico & More

Week 10 62 A Massive Crater & Myriad Cenotes An early trip took us to Cancun, Mexico on the Yucatan peninsula. One of the most striking features of the geology of the area is that there are lots of cenotes – more than 6,000. Many are easily seen from the air. A cenote is a natural hole in limestone bedrock – a sinkhole – with water at the bottom. Some cenotes are small and shallow, while others are very large and deep. SCUBA divers from around the globe go to them to explore the underground water world. Maybe someday I’ll get … Continue reading Cancun, Mexico & More

Lisbon, Portugal & More

Week 9 56 Our  “Road Map” It may be hard to believe, but this photo shows the oceanic plotting chart we used for our entire trip across the Atlantic. As the flight progressed, we recorded altitude and course changes and other conditions of flight. In graphic form, this chart shows much of the information contained in our approved Flight Plan, which contains specific details about the planned trip. Before each flight it is the the captain who files the required, formal flight plan with Air Traffic Control (ATC). Once airborne over land, we must stay in constant radio contact with … Continue reading Lisbon, Portugal & More