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

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Entries Tagged as 'Teaching Strategies'

Board Builder Revisited

December 19th, 2013 · No Comments · Discovery, Teacher Ideas, Teaching Strategies, Web 2.0 Tool

Well the project is finished and I am happy to say the students enjoyed the use of the Board Builder in the Discovery Ed. The boards were simple but visual pleasing. Students used the boards to visually outline their Alternative Energy Projects. When talking to some of the students about the Board Builders, they commented […]

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Thanksgiving …. Board Builder…

December 1st, 2013 · No Comments · Article, Discovery, Project, Teacher Ideas, Teaching Strategies, Web 2.0 Tool

Check out the new post on the tool offered by Discovery; the new board builder. see more…..  

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Modelling for excellence | Class Teaching.

November 29th, 2013 · No Comments · Article, Teaching Strategies

Modelling for excellence | Class Teaching. Great article about developing a skill in class using modelling. Giving examples the author(Shaun Allison) explains the common theme used by teachers to best teach students how to master a particular skill. I really like the connectives sheet, it looks like a good resource for teaching lab write ups. […]

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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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SOS: Connect The Dots – DEN Blog Network

November 29th, 2013 · No Comments · Article, Discovery, Teaching Strategies

SOS: Connect The Dots – DEN Blog Network. Two posts in one day.. What is the world coming to. Great idea from Ginny Washburne on DEN. I think this would be a great warm-up to a topic. Could be used to find out what the students know?

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