Think! Create! Share! Grow! To empower students and staff to become critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers, and ethical users of information. Dear REES Community, I am sorry that I have not posted lately! Time flies when you are having fun, teaching interesting lessons and helping students choose the “just right” books to read. Kudos to the students who are continuing to read at home during the snow days–keep it up! I hope you are reading every night and on the weekends, too! We have busy in classes:
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Frames Suck Most of the Time (Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox December 1996) Topics Author Recent Articles Popular Articles Some Excellent Rubric Generators for Teachers July 3, 2016 A few days ago we published here in EdTech and mLearning a collection of some interesting web tools teachers can use to create educational rubrics. Today, we are adding this wonderful resource from Teachnology which is basically a huge selection of pre-made rubrics and rubric generators that can be integrated into different subject areas. As we have argued elsewhere, rubrics are helpful for both teachers and students: teachers can use them when designing lesson plans and grading assignments; students can use them to make sure they meet the learning expectations and requirements of an assignment or project work. Teachnology’s rubrics are arranged into 10 main categories: general, language arts, learn about them, math, pre-made collection, process, rubric maker membership, science, social studies, and all rubrics. Basic Reading Skills Rubric Generator-
6 Fun Ways Kids Can Join the Maker Movement Children are natural makers — give a kid a cardboard box, and she’ll transform it immediately into an oven, a spaceship, an elevator, or something else that I probably cannot imagine. Recent years have seen a growth of the maker movement, or an enthusiasm for inventing and creating new technologies and tools, in the U.S., Europe, and many countries across the world. Here is a look at the origins of the maker movement, how it fosters creativity, and some of the resources available to kids. How the Maker Movement Got Started The maker movement has its origins in the do-it-yourself (DIY) attitude.
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