I have some fantastic students! The last new thing for the quarter is having them make their own Blog. So far I have given them some very minimal guidelines: School Appropriate, writing on posts should be at least 500 words per post. images are ok, so are video clips, again school appropriate. Simple beginning having […]
How are you celebrating? ReadWriteThink.org @RWTnow 22m Are you ready for Banned Books Week (Sept 21-27)? Find lesson plans and more from ReadWriteThink » http://ow.ly/BbD1V Follow the link in this tweet for lesson plans for grades 7-12- From ReadWriteThink.
Living in NJ for most of my life, estuary is a term I see on roadside signs. But how are they important to the area wildlife? Visit Estuaries Education for a vast collection of videos, interactives, and lesson plans ( grades 6-12). For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.
Breaking News: Epic Story voting tabulations are shocking the staff at Discovery Education. This chart shows the current leader and runners up. It’s not too late to change history. Voting is open until October 3, 2014. Make your opinion known and vote today! Watch the clips and vote at the EPIC STORY PAGE: http://www.discoveryeducation.com/epicstory!
Everybody (or at least it seems like) is looking for sample testing questions. If you teach ELA or Math (grades 2-8) , then sign up for a free Learningpod account to access over 20 sets of sample questions. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.
The FUN Archive of Digital Resources for Educators By Kate Voss I was talking with a friend yesterday who is a youth soccer coach. He said a few things that resonated with me, and I immediately made connections to teaching practices. He described his day with the younger players, many who are there on […]
Twitter but were afraid to ask! Educators New to Twitter is the place to get all your answers (as well as sign up for a Twitter mentor). This site is on weebly (and I know in the past we have had blocking issues- so if it is blocked at school- read it somewhere else). For […]
Did you ever ask this question: “How are we going to use this — math or science — in our real lives?” Do you like or loathe yogurt? Do you want to go behind-the-scenes in a yogurt factory? If so, join us today at 1pm ET for a Virtual Field Trip to the Chobani Greek Yogurt […]
Edmodo’s Snapshot (see original post here) has now added resources for students who not proficient. These resources are combination of games, lesson plans, and activities. In some cases you can create the edmodo assignment right from the Snapshot view. Please click here for the overview video.
What I learned at DENapalooza By Kate Voss The Background I had every intention of sleeping on the red-eye back to NY from DENapalozza in Anaheim, CA. However, sleep eluded me for all the best reasons. My mind was simply buzzing with all I had learned. I closed my eyes, finally able to process […]