Teach 4 the Heart Teaching Resources I am the founder of Teach 4 the Heart (www.teach4theheart.com) I've also taught middle school math for four years, including Math 6, pre algebra, and Algebra 1. I've also taught English and accounting. I lean towards a more traditional teaching style, but I am always looking for new ideas. I believe technology should aid in genuine learning, not just be used for its own sake.
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20 New Curriculum Software Products for Schools Here are some of the curriculum software products showcased during the 2013 ISTE conference. At the 2013 International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in San Antonio last month, a number of ed-tech companies introduced new curriculum software products, or enhancements to existing curriculum software. Here are some of the highlights. Benesse America announced that schools can sign up for free, three-month pilot licenses of its StraightAce supplementary eLearning system for middle school math and language arts (grades 6-8).
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LEGO homeschool! Oodles of lesson plans and more for every grade and subject - Mankato Homeschooling Do you have a Lego lover in your house? Legos are great for learning when they're used as building tools, but there are also all sorts of great lesson plans on the web to use them in even more educational ways. From chemistry models to creative writing prompts to symmetry challenges, there are fabulous lesson plans on the net to use Legos in your homeschool. Here's some of my favorites. 1. Balloon Car Balloon Car The balloon can easily and snugly fit in a 1 by 2 space. Ideas to think about: What is Edventures Lab? STEM After-school Classes & Camps The program is for students grades 4 through 12. WHAT IS THE EDVENTURESLAB PROGRAM? We offer Classes and Camps. Our classes are 75 minutes and students attend once a week, just like music lessons. During their class they will be introduced to important topics and concepts in science, technology, engineering, and math.
0 Kindergarten Lesson Plans - Idaho SySTEMic Solution Lesson Plans This page contains Idaho SySTEMic lessons designed by Meridian District teachers for specific Meridian District standards. Those standards can be found at the following website: The lessons here are separated into four different pages, representing the general topics they address. These are the latest versions by our teacher-writers, reflecting four years of classroom experience and including Meridian District reporting topics. You will find lessons on the attached pages labeled Engineering and Technology, Language Arts and Social Studies, Math, and Science. A number of the lessons are listed in several categories, since they are multi-disciplinary.
Free LEGO Printables and 70+ LEGO Learning Activities My kids had lots of LEGOS when they were growing up. I always thought LEGOS were great for logic, architectural skills, problem-solving skills, and collaborative experiences, although we didn’t use them for focused learning activities. Now there are LOTS of amazing activities online for using LEGOS specifically for hands-on learning activities. I love LEGO learning activities any time, but I really appreciate them in the summer as an interest-led way to prevent “summer brain drain.”