The Hour of Code via @edmodo & @OneNoteEDU @hourofcode ‏@codeorg ‏#HourOfCode–408725/


This OneNote Notebook is a Toolkit about the Hour of Code which is celebrated in Latin America in October , all over the world in December and beyond those dates, with multiple alternatives of participation and involvement. The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching over 100 million students in more than 180 countries. Anyone, anywhere can organize an Hour of Code event. Teachers can give every student the opportunity to learn computer science.Organizers can follow a how-to guide for teaching an Hour of Code and inspire students with tutorials and fellow students’ creations. Diapositiva1.JPG


PenPals Schools Global Ambassador

Pleased to join this wonderful group of innovative  pioneers setting authentic scenarios for purposeful communication with global peers .

Thanksgiving Day via @edmodo & @LiveBinders #Thanksgiving.

This LiveBinder contains history , facts, recipes, traditions, symbols, songs, lesson plans, activities, events and assorted multimedia resources to bloomify Thanksgiving Day across the curriculum, around the world and beyond the date of the celebration. It can be used to foster critical thinking skills, promote culture awareness , develop soft skills and acquire vocabulary and grammar in context,–475750/Diapositiva1

Homographs,Heterographs,Homophones, Polysemes, Homonyms, Heteronyms , Capitonyms, Oronyms & Paronyms via @Pinterest & @edmodo #confusedwords–474966/Diapositiva1.JPG

Fake News via @edmodo & @LiveBinders ‏ #FakeNews.



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