It is a crazy world when you really stop and think about how 8 year old children can create their own movies within a thirty minute class. Even crazier when you realize they learn the iPad app AND create their movie in that thirty minutes! I did this in my third grade classroom this week! I wanted to teach my children how to do book trailers on their tablets, and I wanted to get them involved in designing their own creative process on their…Continue
I wanted to let everyone know I keep a list of hundreds (and hundreds) of websites I use in my tech classroom. They're organized by grade and topic, so you can find what you need. Sometimes, I let the kids browse for a website I've forgotten about. The Talking Dog is quite popular.
Enjoy! Let me know if you have any favorites I can add.
Added by Jacqui Murray on October 22, 2011 at 2:24pm — No Comments
Though this position is listed with NAIS, ISACS, ISSL and Carney Sandoe, my staff felt strongly that I should post the job description as listed below. I guess they are hoping Mary Poppins will show up with this description taped together! :-)
Added by Alex Inman on April 14, 2011 at 5:13pm — No Comments
1) Student work reflection across physics levels.
My partner teacher in physics was absent due to illness, so I compared the mid-year exams I gave to the mid-year exams he gave in honors physics and AP physics. There was a great deal of similarity in the structure, content and challenge of our tests with appropriately increased difficulty of questions in the Honors and AP tests. Though we rarely have an opportunity to discuss our courses, the tests demonstrate that we teach very…Continue
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