Oct
27
3:40 PM15:40

Linguistic relativity: How does language shape our thought?

We will examine various studies related to the principle of linguistic relativity—that is, the notion that a language's structure and vocabulary affect how its speakers perceive the world.  Ultimately, we will share in a class-wide discussion surrounding how linguistic relativity is relevant to modern society.

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Oct
13
10:00 AM10:00

Linguistic relativity: How does language shape our thought?

We will examine various studies related to the principle of linguistic relativity—that is, the notion that a language's structure and vocabulary affect how its speakers perceive the world.  Ultimately, we will share in a class-wide discussion surrounding how linguistic relativity is relevant to modern society.

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Apr
7
11:40 AM11:40

Linguistic relativity: How does language shape our thought?

We will examine various studies related to the principle of linguistic relativity—that is, the notion that a language's structure and vocabulary affect how its speakers perceive the world.  Ultimately, we will share in a class-wide discussion surrounding how linguistic relativity is relevant to modern society.

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Feb
17
10:00 AM10:00

Linguistic relativity: How does language shape our thought?

We will examine various studies related to the principle of linguistic relativity—that is, the notion that a language's structure and vocabulary affect how its speakers perceive the world.  Ultimately, we will share in a class-wide discussion surrounding how linguistic relativity is relevant to modern society.

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Nov
11
10:35 AM10:35

Linguistic relativity: How does language shape our thought?

We will examine various studies related to the principle of linguistic relativity—that is, the notion that a language's structure and vocabulary affect how its speakers perceive the world.  Ultimately, we will share in a class-wide discussion surrounding how linguistic relativity is relevant to modern society.

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Jun
11
1:05 PM13:05

Flipping your classroom

Though flipping the classroom is a very popular (and effective!) strategy for improving the use of class time, creating a library of engaging materials for students to review at home can be an intimidating task.  Learn how to make this shift easier by using tools for creating content (such as Explain Everything and iBooks Author), websites for gathering existing media and tools for organizing and distributing content.

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Jun
10
1:05 PM13:05

Taking your math class online

Although math may seem difficult to teach online because of complex notation, you can learn to help your students take better notes, collaborate and analyze procedures and formulas in math class using iPad and web apps such as Google Docs, Google Sheets, and MyScript MathPad.

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