Google Science Journal & Vernier Sensor (2020) With Google Science Journal, your students can organize their ideas into projects, make predictions, take notes, collect data in multiple trials, and then annotate results. Simply connect a compatible Go Direct sensor to begin wirelessly streaming data to your Android™ device. Google Science Journal requires Graphical Analysis 4 installed to use Vernier Go Direct® sensors. Features Collect and graph time-based dataConnect multiple sensorsExamine pointsFind the min, max, and meanAdd annotationsUpload an image of the experimentRecord observations and summarize results in NotesUse the accessibility feature to illustrate data with soundExport data as a CSV file
"Strip" Bingo - The Comprehensible Classroom Get your students’ attention with the name of this quick version of BINGO! Turn a reading into a competitive game with this twist on traditional BINGO. I learned this activity from Kristin Duncan, who re-posted it on her blog after reading a post by Andrea (surname?) on the MoreTPRS listserv in March 2013. Screencast-O-Matic: Education NEW! Learn From Educators and Earn a Badge Record, edit and share video to connect with students, parents and faculty. Write - Boldomatic boldomatic About Get App Feed Discover Search Write News Shop Profile Sign Up boldomatic About Get App Feed Discover Search Write News Shop Profile Sign Up UDL Science Notebook: Building Teacher Skills Project Name Project Description embedded teacher supports for instruction and student feedback, investigation samples, plans and activities; explanatory videos, and science concept and vocabulary supports a blended professional development and coaching model needs/readiness assessment rubric PLC guides will be created through an agile design based research process Timeline
7 April Fools' Pranks for Teachers That Will Melt the Minds of Students After enriching minds and making a difference in the lives of young people, my next favorite thing about being a teacher is tricking children. Sometimes I use trickery for good, like tricking students into thinking grammar is fun, or that reading is, in fact, not a waste of time. But sometimes, like on April 1, I use trickery for … well, trickery. I treat April Fools’ Day the way I treat my morning iced coffee: Go big or go home. Forget the old tricks like filling Oreos with toothpaste or hiding rubber bugs in students’ desks. Here are seven pranks that will require a spatula, because afterward you’ll need them to scrape your students’ minds off the floor.
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uHandy Microscope Review for Teachers (2019) UHandy can be powerful in a variety of settings. Individual kids can use this digital microscope to explore their own passions. Premade sample cards are provided already loaded with spices, a down feather, or glitter. These examples can get kids excited about other items they might want to examine around the house or neighborhood. In the classroom, microscopes allow for those amazing "aha" moments like examining salt and seeing its underlying structure. Move: A Brain Break or CI Prep - TCI Class Diaries I had a blast at the 2018 MITTEN CI Conference! I could be vlogging all day for months from the bucket of bounty I scammed while in Ann Arbor if it weren’t for my day job and unwavering student loans. #DonorsChoose? World Famous from The Teacher's Corner Ads Blocked:That's OK! You are viewing a 'AD-Free' version of our site that has limited functionality You will get a MUCH IMPROVED application by simply allowing our advertisements to show! If you are completely against ads, we do have a fee supported site that contains no ads, and also offers a few extras over our ad supported site! BEFORE puchasing anything or leaving the site, may we suggest turning off your ad blocker and make 1 worksheet just see what you're missing by trying the ad supported version - we think you'll find it is well worth it! If not, we understand and thank you for giving us a try! Saving Options:Ad Block: NoneAd supported: 2 Word List Save SlotsPremium Subscriber: 10 Word List Save Slots
How to Use Video in Science Projects (feat. Adobe Spark) Video is a powerful medium. Students can talk about their learning, capture moments, and share their ideas with the world! Ready to take a new spin on your typical science projects? I can’t wait to share some science project ideas with you that are customizable for any age group! Input-Based Strategies & Activities **Updated 3.5.19 with Guessing Game****Check out the companion post on Getting Texts!** When choosing the class agenda beyond each particular day’s routine, it dawned on me that I couldn’t remember all my favorite activities. Thus, here are the input-based strategies & activities I’ve collected over the years, all in one place. Although this began as only reading activities, I decided that it didn’t matter as much whether students were reading or listening.