This infographic first appeared on the te@chthought blog site.
Here is a link to an excellent article on the te@chthought blog on the importance of teaching speaking skills.
Every Classroom Matters: Creative Approaches to Teaching Stem at the Elementary Level. -
I had an incredible conversation with Kevin Jarrett and Jeremy Ervin about Kevin’s STEM lab. He’s taken an elementary computer lab and turned in into a STEM classroom where kids from kindergarten up learn Engineering, Math, science, and Technology. It is a fantastic model and I’m so impressed with what he’s doing. Hope you’ll take a listen and share.
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Tips and strategies a plenty - Fab podcast http://t.co/ImGDFrGOre by…
From Larry Ferlazzo’s blog:
This article first appeared on the Edutopia blog site.
Ideas for Integrating a Student Blog into Your Curriculum
When I moved this blog to WordPress some posts did not survive, so in an effort to move some of my favorite posts with me, I will be republishing them here. This one first appeared in October, 2012.
One thing I have loved about blogging and what it does for my students is how easily it has been to integrate it into our curriculum. I knew when we started that I didn’t want an extra layer of…
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This appeared on Kathy Cassidy’s blog. Kathy will be a presenter at ETC 2015 in Kuala Lumpur in March.
Some Thoughts on Motivation
When I moved this blog to WordPress some posts did not survive, so in an effort to move some of my favorite posts with me, I will be republishing them here. This post first appeared in May, 2011.
“Mrs. Ripp, this is so boring.” That sentiment greets me on semi-regular basis from one child. Most days he is passionate, funny, and involved, that is, if he likes what we happen to be during. Today…
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Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught. — Oscar Wilde (via quotesandnonsense)
"Why didn't they teach us this in school?!" -
I see this all the time on reblogs containing interesting (usually historical) info and images.
It angers me.
A) Schools have 13 years (minus about 4 months each) to give you enough of a foundation in reading, writing, math, sciences, state/US/world history, social studies,…