Below is my presentation for the New Jersey Science Convention on formative assessments for students.
Here is my presentation for tomorrow at the New Jersey Science Convention.
Hi Everyone! I’m here in Minneapolis, Minnesota participating in the 3M Young Scientist Challenge. It’s amazing (or as 3M puts it, “3M-azing”!) Ten students in grades 5-8, from all over the country, made it to the finals of this challenge. The Young Scientist Challenge asks students to solve a problem in the world by coming up […]
Last Tuesday, the entire fourth grade of the North Callaway R-1 School District traveled to Jeff City to take a tour of the Capitol building. We began our tour by meeting up with one of our State Representatives. He took us on a tour of his favorite thing at the capitol building; we traveled all […]
While working in Google Classroom today with Mrs. Langella’s class, we had time to create a video about the five themes of geography. Our process was similar to paper slides- then I put everything into iMovie and added transitions. Special thanks to her class for all their help!
And for the complete United States election history (from 1840-2008) in maps and charts, check out Voting America. You can watch the changes in populations as well as changes in red and blue states. For the complete post at TeachersFirst, please click here.
Here is a free Chrome Extension that will allow you to move your slides from your phone. This is from Andrew Alpert’s blog post (and while geared to Google slides- it works on a variety of applications). Presentation Remote For Google Drive It is basically a presentation remote that you can use to handle Google […]
Here is the latest mailing from the Google Learning Center – I have added the links to my district tech support site. Learn Google Tools: Explore ways to increase engagement and collaboration for students and educators. Discover Resources: Browse professional development resources including how-to videos, lesson plans, and more. Join a Community: Join one of […]
This would be my subtitle for Virutal Nerd (not thrilled with their title). The site contains a wide variety of brief (5 minute) video lessons that would be perfect for flipped classrooms, extra help or for students who are ready to move ahead. Each video also includes links for background topics as well as related […]
ReadWriteThink is one of my favorite sites- and when I saw their tweet about their Trading Card Creator, I knew I need to publish this again. Using their site, you could create trading cards for anyone or anything! Make ‘em for vocabulary words, authors, you name it!