Tuesday, April 22, 2014
In this blog post, Mrs Erin explains how important it is to be very cscious when it comes down to grouping students into categorized groups. As I was reading the blog I kind of realized as a future P.E teacher don't just put all the good players on the same team, mix it up so everyone can have fun and can play around and have good time. Comment: Hello Mrs. Erin, I am TaMarcus warren, and I attend the university of South Alabama. I really enjoyed reading your blog, you made some really good points about how it is not cool to categorize students. In the this blog post, Mrs Erin paynter is Irish I thought that was really cool. she also is married with two kids a boy and girl. There names are Adrinne and Alex. She is a teacher at Glen Cairn Public School. Comment: Hello Mrs. Erin I am TaMarcus warren and I attend the University of South Alabama. I really like reading your about me. I thought you had some really cool things in there.
what kind of apps can you come up with to become a good P.E. teacher? - Fitness app You can download apps through iTunes, or the handy App Store icon located on the iPad. You do not need to sync through your computer ever again, but it is recommended to sync on a regular basis, as your iTunes account will then be your backup copy, should anything happen to your iPad. Connecting to the computer also charges the battery, but this can also occur when using the provided AC adapter. How often do you exercise? - Maximize your fitness output. To obtain maximum benefits, increase the length of time that you work out. Gradually try to challenge yourself to extend the period of your workout sessions. For example, if you began your fitness routine walking for 20 minutes a day, after three or four weeks try 25 minutes. Once that becomes too easy try 30 minutes.
Sunday, April 13, 2014
After watching the Video, Assistive Technologies for Vision and Hearing Impaired Children, I learned the benefits of using Assistive technologies in the classroom for children with sensory impairments, and a motivational tool for teachers to use =assistive technologies in their classroom. After watching the Video, The Mountbatten, I learned that is being used by the blind and visually impaired students at the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind in St. Augustine, Florida. After watching the Video Ipad Usage for the Blind,Wesley Majerus is the Access Specialist for the National Federation for the Blind and shows us during the iPad meetup how blind people use this device.