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A Math Station Activity with More than One Answer

January29

“How’s this? Did I get it right?” Students ask their teachers these two questions quite a bit in the classroom. If a problem truly is being solved, there very may well be multiple methods, viewpoints and solutions to be considered. There doesn’t have to be only one right answer, and for many students that concept […]

Google Hangouts – Giving Them a Try with Students!

February28

A few years ago when Skype first came on the scene, I worked with some teachers on collaborations that connected students with that tool. For example, we had students play instruments for each other via the video-conferencing software as well as set up a regular picture book reading session with Kindergartners in our district. It […]

The 4Cs

March24

Here is my Coaching Service Announcement (CSA) about the 4Cs.

Two Things that Caught My Eye Recently

May6

#1 Hmmm… Looking for a new way for your kids to express their learning? How about making a video BrainPOP style using the iPads Minis? Here’s a great example made by first graders using the Puppet Pals app: #2 Teachers can communicate with parents (and possibly students) in a convenient, fast way using Class Messenger. […]

Concrete Poetry and so much more

April15

A few weeks back an app went FREE and caught my eye: Path on – Swipe to Type. Immediately, I saw a good elementary school use: concrete poetry. And the app’s so easy… Snap a picture. Draw some lines. Type your text (and it will follow the line path). Choose a font and effect. (In […]

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