Top 10 Science Websites for the Elementary Classroom For two years, I was the Technology Specialist at a school in Georgia. During that time, I amassed a large collection of websites that I use with my students. You can download my E-Book of Websites for the Elementary Classroom for free from Teachers Pay Teachers or Smashwords, or, you can check back here each week for the website suggestion. For the past two months, I have been busy re-working my Internet Scavenger Hunts. This included checking each and every link to make sure that the links were working, current, and appropriate for the grade level of the Internet Scavenger Hunts, and fixing the ones that weren’t.
BW Fun-do Science Lab for Schools We know that every child is unique and that there is nothing called a ‘dull student’ or a ‘below average’ student. It is just that the levels of interest vary. This ‘interest’ depends on the child’s family, teachers, friends and the environment they live in. 8-13 is the age when most kids decide that they ‘love’ or ‘hate’ science. If a difference has to be made, it is then. Heelan Science Welcome! On this website you should find all of the materials you need for Physics, Honors Physics, Chemistry Principles, and AP biology courses at Bishop Heelan Catholic High School in Sioux City, Iowa. Use the navigation bar to the left to view the particular class and unit you're interested in. If you click on the "Biology, "Chemistry," or "Physics" links, you will find a list of homework assignments and their due dates.
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Glossary of instructional strategies Current number of strategies and methods: 1271 Last updated: 27 July, 2013 Definitions written by Kelly Jo Rowan. ©1996-2013 Kelly Jo Rowan. 10 + 2 (Ten Plus Two) Direct instruction variation where the teacher presents for ten minutes, students share and reflect for two minutes, then the cycle repeats. About NEED More than 30 years ago, the NEED Project began as a one-day celebration of energy education when National Energy Education Day was recognized by a Joint Congressional Resolution. In the same year, President Jimmy Carter issued a Presidential Proclamation stressing the need for comprehensive energy education in our schools, a reduction of our dependence of fossil fuels, and increasing use of renewable energy technologies and energy efficiency. Since its founding, NEED has kept its Kids Teaching Kids philosophy as a fundamental principle of NEED programming – encouraging students to explore, experiment and engage and encouraging teachers to embrace student leadership in the classroom. NEED trains and assists teachers in harnessing the energy of the classroom – the energy of students. NEED is expanding and evolving to best meet the needs of teachers and students – in the classroom and beyond. NEED students and teachers understand energy.
French Beans Foogath *Picture for representation purpose only Ingredients: 2 cups stringed and diagonally cut french beans1 1/2 tea spoon oil1/2 tea spoon mustard seeds1 tea spoon soaked black gram/urad dal (optional)2 table spoon soaked chana dal/split gram (optional)4 to 6 curry leaves1/4 tea spoon asafoetida1 green chilli choppedSalt to taste1/4 tea spoon turmeric powder (haldi)1/4 cup grated coconut2 table spoon chopped coriander
Syrian Journey The Syrian conflict has torn the country apart, leaving thousands dead and driving millions to flee their homes. Many seek refuge in neighbouring countries but others pay traffickers to take them to Europe - risking death, capture and deportation. If you were fleeing Syria for Europe, what choices would you make for you and your family?