I began my teaching career in 1995. Over the past 18 years, I have integrated information technology into my instructional process and curriculum development. I have accomplished this by looking for technology that improved student learning and made me a more effective teacher. My guiding question when evaluating technology has been “What technology will help
Welcome to another Tuesday edition of Chad’s Choices from the Community. You can find new posts in this series every Tuesday for the foreseeable future. If you’d like to explore previous posts in this series, you can do so here. Articles from the Community Maryland STAR Aaron Smith shared You Know Who’s in Charge of Your
The student-directed tutorial for using Discovery Education resources with WeVideo is now recorded and archived. You can find this short, 8-minute tutorial below, archived in DiscoveryEducation.com/Events, and at this link: http://app.discoveryeducation.com/player/view/assetGuid/09C16863-F629-405E-1E87-D9E748E49E25 Please encourage your students to watch and learn! (More tutorials to come in the next few months.
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With the completion of the 2014 Winter Olympics, the world was focused on athletes competing in all sorts of winter sports. Hockey remains the most popular of the winter sports. I won’t even mention who won both gold medals. Discovery Education is excited to take you a little deeper into Canada’s national sport. No, not
The Kansas Discovery Education Leadership Council is hosting an evening of food and exploration at the Flint Hills Discovery Center in Manhattan, KS on Thursday, March 6, 2014. The event will start at 6pm, following the MACE Conference social event, and end around 8pm. Participants will have the opportunity to eat from a variety of
In every classroom, there’s a possibility that a student will be bullied; however, the typical fight, or cruel exchange of words, on the schoolyard has transformed into viral videos of bullying and the making of fake profiles on social media that continue to embarrass and degrade students. Whether it’s on the school’s campus or over
Happy Mousey Monday to our Cache and Cookies readers! It is the last week in February, the Black History month. The annual observance of this month is also known as African-American History Month. This month long observance is for the remembrance of important people and events in the history of the African community. The first
The World Wide Web offers a multitude of resources and ideas for our classroom, but who has the time to sift through them all? How do you know if they are going to help engage your students and deliver an effective lesson? Once you find a good one, how can you find more like it?
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