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K-12 Formative Assessments, Homework, Videos, Lesson Plans. Eitech Marble Run n' Roll Construction Set - 1,100 Pcs. — Eitech. STEM%20Apps-Free_0.pdf. Untitled. CCS%20GT%20Handbook.pdf. Using Portfolios for Gifted Students. Written by: Barbara • edited by: Elizabeth Wistrom • updated: 7/12/2012 Providing gifted students with opportunities to use portfolio collaboration and reflection includes a lot of advantages for both teachers and learners.

Using Portfolios for Gifted Students

Before portfolios can be used effectively, the teacher must plan the portfolio learning objectives, artifact inclusions and the rubric. The Two PortfoliosThere should be two portfolios in the classroom for gifted students. One portfolio should be quantitative that includes progress reports, specific academic work with grading that addresses the specific learning disabilities and challenges, and learning objectives detailed and outlined as part of the student's IEPs (Individual Education Plan). Tips%20on%20Gifted%20and%20Talented%20Portfolios.doc. LessonGuide2012. Team-buildinggamesactivitiesideas.pdf. "Black Out Poetry" using old newspapers or books. Will definitely incorporate this in a poetry unit!

The Ultimate STEM Guide for Kids: 239 Cool Sites. Maker Education Initiative – Every Child a Maker. Know Your Students. Trep Studio. Trep Studio is a radically collaborative effort between Trep Studio students, community, and the educator & design team of Regan Drew & John Marshall.

Trep Studio

How might we create a new product or technology that makes a positive impact in our community? How might we communicate the power of that change? How might we build skill capacity to be changeMAKERS? Students form design teams to tackle real world problems and generate real impact. Here are the "How Might We" questions that teams have established to guide their work this year. Teaching and Learning. Framework for 21st Century Learning - P21. P21's Framework for 21st Century Learning was developed with input from teachers, education experts, and business leaders to define and illustrate the skills and knowledge students need to succeed in work, life and citizenship, as well as the support systems necessary for 21st century learning outcomes. It has been used by thousands of educators and hundreds of schools in the U.S. and abroad to put 21st century skills at the center of learning.

The P21 Framework represents both 21st century student outcomes (as represented by the arches of the rainbow) and support systems (as represented by the pools at the bottom). Tweet the Framework While the graphic represents each element distinctly for descriptive purposes, P21 views all the components as fully interconnected in the process of 21st century teaching and learning. 21st Century Student Outcomes 1. Mastery of fundamental subjects and 21st century themes is essential for students in the 21st century. Browse: TOC - www.TeachEngineering.org. Engineering is Elementary. Science, Engineering, and Technology. Alignments Search. ScienceandTechnologyStandards.

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Resource Room. Project Ideas. Enrichment in the Classroom. Using Moodle Has Never Been Easier. Student Passion and TEDx Talks. I instituted 20 Time in my classroom this year.

Student Passion and TEDx Talks

I gave my students one day a week to work on anything they wanted as long as they were passionate about it. Here is a link to their blogs where they documented their journey. At the end of the year, they each needed to give an oral presentation focusing on what they had learned, not what they had accomplished. As part of 20 Time, I decided to take on a project of my own. I wanted to see if I could organize a TEDx event that would allow my students to share their experiences with the world. 3 Powerful Observations.

How to Write an Instructable. The first question from every new Instructabler is "what should I write about?

How to Write an Instructable

" The simple answer is... anything. If you have enough passion to create a project, then you have the passion to share it. You should preferably publish something original, but with tens of thousands of projects already published here, it's possible that somebody else has already had a go at your idea, even if you thought of it by yourself. Online ITL workshop kit. MIT Videos K-12. Kids Learning Skills and Being Awesome. - DIY. Kids think design. Young athletes from many nations gather every two years to compete in the Olympic games.

kids think design

Through sports, the games promote themes of excellence, fair play and world peace. Let’s take a look at the role graphic design plays in communicating the spirit of the games. The symbol of the Olympic games is a flag of five colored rings, one representing each of the five continents of North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Africa.

A separate brand identity is created by each host city for a specific Olympic competition, such as the 2012 summer games in London or the 2016 games to be held in Rio de Janiero. This year, the official logo for the London Olympic and Paralympic games is an abstraction of the numbers in 2012 rendered in jagged-edge shapes. The games consist of 35 sports. Ever since the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, mascots have become an integral part of the Games. Photo editor online / free image editing direct in your browser - Pixlr.com. Practice Questions Jeopardy Template. Engagement Strategy Toolkits. HowToons Workbook.pdf. Imagination Foundation.

Students Design 4 School. Dr. Kathie Nunley's Layered Curriculum Web Site for.