I am wondering if there is a way or option in the missions area to have the achieved missions be last and ones that you must complete be listed first. A few people mentioned how they didn't realize there was even a 2nd page so it may help to have the newest ones or ones not yet achieved be in the front if that is possible. Just looking for other ways to organize and add efficiencies to those that may benefit from a different view option there.1 vote
Missions can be viewed from your profile and you can sort to see what missions have been completed and those that still have potential.
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I like that you have the ranking piece in here that individuals like to see where they are on the "leader board." It may also be a highlight to have a second column that shows a leader board for you and those you are friends with. Shows a challenge on a smaller scale than the whole engage community which could add a different element of challenge and keep some "striving" to be ahead of another!1 vote
Ranking can be viewed in your profile as a collection of points. For additional help please see- https://teachersengage.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/873555-how-do-i-view-my-ranking
I insert a picture and it is positioned correctly but when I upload it using the camera icon, it flips it upside down. http://engage.intel.com/message/110792#1107924 votes
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Hw's every one?1 vote
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The link to these quizzes doesn't go to quizzes. It goes to the home page.6 votes
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Would love to see some short audio interviews like NPR stories on what educators are doing in their classrooms.2 votes
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Integrate curriculum for teaching children about programing skills and thinking from kindergarten on. Obviously someone in kindergarten would not be able to do advanced programming techniques, but a focus on logic skills, and critical thinking would be essential at that stage. With each successive year becoming more and more complex. Perhaps with a 12th grader producing an application that can be sold in the marketplace as a mark of not only success and achievement, but as a possible career choice.1 vote
Thank you for submitting your idea. STEM education, project-based approaches, and tying curriculum to real-world applications are things the community supports. Most of Intel’s resources and curriculum are developed to empower the educator to do things like what is suggested here, but across a breadth of subjects.
Teachers Engage should diversify - more video content as opposed to text/images! That would be great!1 vote
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Bookmark feature results in an error message.1 vote
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If you select the bookmarks in your profile to view you will get an error1 vote
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I just want to say how much I like the new interface! It's especially great to see the links on the left to Unit Plans, Assessment, Thinking Tools, etc. I know making such changes requires many hours from many people. The new look is a Good Thing!1 vote
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I am amazed at the diversity of people I am meeting on this site! I live in the US in Virginia on a small island of only 500 people, but I now know new teaching colleagues all around the world! THANK you for this platform and the opportunity to share.1 vote
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