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Posts tagged with research

Getting that Works Cited List into Google Classroom

December15

Recently, a video posted online helped me resolve an issue with Google Classroom (see here). I decided that I should try my hand at an instructional screencast. My topic: how to pull that Works Cited list into Google Classroom. It’s important for us to teach students to be good digital citizens and cite sources, no […]

Another Tool to Share Research (with a Global View)

May26

Research is complete. Now what? How can students share their new found knowledge? There are many possibilities… Write a report (with Google Docs). Make a presentation (with Google Slides). Create a slideshow/movie (with Explain Everything). Put the information into a collage (with PicCollage or PicCollage for Kids). Produce a series of inanimate objects talking (with […]

Read Our Lips

November5

Recently, I attended an excellent MassCUE workshop presented by Timothy Harkins that focused on integrating iPads into elementary science. This session reinforced the idea that it’s best to choose a few apps and use them for many purposes. From this session, one easy to use app that I added to my must try list was […]

SpiceyNodes

April24

Looking for a visual and interactive way for students to display learning? Give SpiceyNodes a try. This free service lets the user create nodemaps (a.k.a. webs or concept maps) about a topic. What takes this tool beyond traditional webbing and graphic organizers of the past is the user’s ability to customize for an audience’s experience.  […]

instaGrok

April3

Do you find researching with elementary age students to be a real challenge? (If yes- keep reading! OK- and if you don’t have time to read, at least watch the demo video at the bottom of this post!) Just setting students loose on a search engine is not an option. Even though we have a […]

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