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D. Ripollone is a STAR member of the Discovery Educator Network

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Entries Tagged as 'Modeling/Whiteboarding'

Blackboard Mobile Learn | Features.

November 29th, 2013 · No Comments · Flipping the Classroom, Modeling/Whiteboarding, Teaching Strategies

Blackboard Mobile Learn | Features.  This definitely looks like a great mobile learning tool. It was recommend by people who have flipped their classroom. See more at “9 Video Tips for a Better Flipped Classroom”.

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Literacy Project completed

September 25th, 2013 · 1 Comment · Modeling/Whiteboarding, Project, Teacher Ideas

I finally completed the Literacy project and found it worked out well. I’m thinking of using a principle every day to warm the class up. It could come from any one of the Literacy’s we used in the project. Idea forming, year long project? Maybe? If you have any ideas feel free to post them. […]

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Two Full Weeks in the Bag….NASA MiniGrant

September 22nd, 2013 · No Comments · Assessments, Environment, Flipping the Classroom, Labs, Modeling/Whiteboarding, NASA explorers school, Project, Teacher Ideas

Title says it all, we finally finished two full weeks. And wow, it has been flying by. Every time I look up at the clock at school, the day is almost over and I can never cover everything I want to cover. Oh well! Let’s see where should I start first…Oh well we had our […]

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Closing out the School Year

May 31st, 2012 · No Comments · Assessments, Flipping the Classroom, Modeling/Whiteboarding

As cleaning and grading start winding down, I look back on the school year with a critical eye. What worked? What didn’t work? Some things worked others didn’t. For instance I noticed that students enjoyed using vodcasts. I flipped the classroom for certain topics and found it was successful. Students did well on assessments for […]

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Beginning of September

September 5th, 2011 · No Comments · Modeling/Whiteboarding, School Events

August has come to a close and we have been in school three weeks. During that time we started our modeling in our Physics classes. When I write “our”, I mean myself and the lead physics teacher Angie Mechler. Yep I finally included your name in my blog.  The  modeling has been different in many […]

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