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Explanation Station

December19

Looking for a worthwhile station during Guided Math? How about one that is an excellent formative assessment that makes student mathematical thinking visible and helps you determine next steps in small group instruction? And what if this same station worked for any math topic/concept? Look no further… what you need is an Explanation Station. What […]

AssistiveTouch – A Great Demo Tool for iPad

October17

Being able to demonstrate where to go and what to do on an iPad is essential. Even if you are plugged into a VGA cable projecting your iPad on a screen, the audience (your students) can not see easily where you are tapping. Often where you are only appears for a split second with a […]

Reflection on Managing a Station or Center

March28

I have been assisting in a grade 3 classroom every Friday for the past month. My job: train students how to go through the steps of an iPad math creation station. The goals: 1) the current math student learning objective and 2) independence! In reflecting on my time in there, I think it has been […]

Google Apps Directions

December22

I have been promoting the power of watching videos for how to do things lately. Most of the videos are only a Google search away as most people are making screencasts these days to share their knowledge (often from frustrations). I wanted to pass along another great resource that I have come across: The Google […]

Talking Avatars

February2

Go ahead… press the play button! (Text version: Does your blog or web page have the blahs? How about spicing it up with some talking avatars?) Recently, I have seen quite a few of these critters on various people’s media or projects, and I have to say, I am mesmerized! A talking cartoon totally grabs […]

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