Here’s another virtual field trip opportunity from Discovery Education. On November 13, your class can visit a copper mine with the experts. Along the way, there will be plenty of discussions about math and science and how it relates to these real world careers. Click here for all the details and registration information.
Or at least Untamed Science- this site (geared for grade 6 and up) has a variety of quick science videos on a many of topics. I’ve included their introduction video below. For the complete post at TeachersFirst, please click here.
Google rolled out a few changes to Classroom earlier this week. You can now Restrict students from posting and comments. Change the sorting order to last name. Have assignments marked as done (when there is no product to turn in). Download multiples assignments grades at once. Invite students based on groups. Show deleted items in your […]
Historical Thinking Skills Interactives is an interesting site from Annenberg’s American History- you can have your students explore artifacts, reading maps, even curating exhibits. For the complete post at TeachersFirst, please click here.
We had a great virtual field trip at the Science Channel Headquarters today! Wyatt Channell, Executive Producer on How the Universe Works and many other Science Channel shows, talked to us about his job, production, and storytelling. If you missed it, you can watch it below. Watch it as often as you like, whenever you […]
Last night, after an exciting, collaborative, and tense competition, Sahil Doshi won the coveted title of America’s Top Young Scientist. Along with the title, Sahil received a $25,000 prize and a trip to Costa Rica. You can see all the finalists’ entry videos and read their blog entries about the experience at www.youngscientistchallenge.com. Favorite the […]
This is the video Quarter, This quarter the assignments are longer and the students will be working with partners or small groups, can you say nervous?????? I am having the students do their “discussions” on google docs so that it can be attached to their projects and they will be graded, which is enough […]
Here is a quick video that will help you get started with Kahoot!
There’s a meme for that. Heck, Yeah Educational Memes might help the finer points of grammar make sense for your students. Perhaps they could create their own! For the complete post at TeachersFirst, please click here.
In a dark, dark wood there was a dark, dark school. In the dark, dark school there was a dark, dark classroom. In the dark, dark classroom there was a dark, dark bookshelf. On the dark, dark bookshelf there was a dark, dark book. In the dark, dark book there was a dark, dark picture. […]