Who says science cannot be taught from a box- well, if you use My Science Box- a collections of lessons, activities, and more- you can. I reviewed several of the lessons from fifth grade (my last classroom assignment) and found them engaging and on target. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.
Shakespeare for Kids gives you everything you need for your elementary students to perform Shakespeare. Select your character and then on to your part. The site includes both Teacher and Parent pages. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.
Here is a quick and easy tutorial from Kim Pollishuke that will help you use Google forms to collect anecdotal information for student report cards. Love her suggestion to bookmark it to your phone- makes collecting data a breeze! Please click here for the complete post.
Here is an excerpt from the EngineerGirl 2015 essay contest. Don’t let the name fool you- this contest is open to both boys and girls. Get all the details here.“In your own words describe ONE technology used in a sport that you enjoy, and tell how different types of engineers contributed to its design and […]
While I had seen this on Facebook, I didn’t really take notice until I read the blog from te@chthought. I loved the old periodic table song, but I agree, it didn’t help students learn as much as they could. Here’s the new song-sure to be a hit. And here are the words!
The NYTimes Learning Network has a high school math lesson looking at the Ebola epidemic. Please click here for all the information.
Dear Lord, Today we honor our veterans, worthy men and women who gave their best when they were called upon to serve and protect their country. We pray that you will bless them, Lord, for their unselfish service in the continual struggle to preserve our freedoms, our safety, and our country’s heritage, for all of […]
On Monday,November,10th, I hosted two sessions of using Boardbuilder for my school district. I was definitely feeling nervous but I needed to challenge myself. Teachers were asked to volunteer to teacher other staff members what they use in technology. I decided to sign up. I didn’t feel nervous until the morning of the event. As […]
Great resource for The Giver from Twitter: Who loves The Giver? Here’s an educator’s guide to teaching the book and the film. http://t.co/MmR6h6jI0y #engchat #tlchat — WeAreTeachers (@WeAreTeachers) November 5, 2014
My friend Diane Verhasselt shared this version of the happy song produced by civil engineers in London. Using the background from some famous infrastructures (many from the recent Olympics), their goal was to promote STEM.