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. […]
The clock is ticking and we’re counting down to the 10 finalists in the Young Scientist Challenge presenting live to the judges, a live audience, and via webcast around the world. Are they nervous? Would you be? It’s pretty intense in the room. There is a local news station here. This morning, the finalists completed […]
Big weekend for the DEN leaders in Annapolis, MD. Can’t wait to connect.
Video On October 11, 2014, Collier County Schools held their 4th Annual STEM Conference. This event just keeps getting better each year. Cindy Moss and Patti Duncan were our keynote speakers. All I can say is WOW! The energy from the participants and presenters was amazing. Everyone was excited about STEM and the potential it holds […]
The 3M Young Scientist Challenge continues today with the final presentations by 10 students. Join the LIVE WEBCAST at 3:00pm ET. Yesterday, the students competed in their first challenge. It required them to learn about a particular area, such as adhesives, non-woven materials, etc., and then collaborate with another student to solve a real world problem. […]
Teaching the Civil War hosts a series interactive maps. From railroad, to industry to agriculture- these would be great for students to view and explore. For the complete post at TeachersFirst, please click here.
Below is my presentation for the New Jersey Science Convention on formative assessments for students.