Blogging As Assessment

Guest Blogger Series Hi, I’m a first-time blogger. by Sherry Mohr, MLIS Writing in the first person seems extremely unnatural to me.  I’m horrible at cover letters, blogging, and expressing my opinion about topics within a discussion board.  Funny considering I spent four years of my undergraduate studies writing, analyzing, and expressing my theories, and […]

Young Children Learn and Think in the Same Way As Scientists

There is growing evidence that young children learn and think in the same ways as scientists… By The Oslo Times  When toddlers are playing with blocks, you shouldn’t assume that they’re just placing them randomly. They may be conducting a basic scientific experiment and learning more about the World as they move each toy. There is growing evidence […]

33 Activities Under $10 That Will Keep Your Kids Busy All Summer

33 Activities Under $10 That Will Keep Your Kids Busy All Summer Mike Spohr BuzzFeed Staff 1. Put colored tape on the carpet to make roads for your kid’s toy cars. playathomemomllc.com The tape comes up easily when you’re done. 2. Tape can also be used to create a fun outdoor board game. the36thavenue.com Learn more here. 3. A couple […]

Teaching with the iPad Workshop

This workshop goes over creative applications on your tablet that you can integrate in your classroom or homeschool education. These applications will enhance your student’s learning and you can use them to adapt their learning to their needs. Whether you have one tablet for the entire class, or a class set, after this workshop you […]

iHeart Guts

http://iheartguts.com/blogs/meet-the-guts This is an awesome website that allows you to click on an internal organ and learn more about it. Students will have fun browsing through the different organs learning about them. Or you can use this as a teaching tool! It's only fair to share… Facebook Twitter Pinterest email Print Linkedin StumbleUpon

Integrating iPads in Education

By Nancy Mikhail I’ve given this workshop a few times so far and it’s been a hit. Educators love it because they finally have an idea of what to do with the iPads the school or organizations have purchased that have been sitting in the corner collecting dust. Much of the time teachers receive these […]

11 Vocab Review Games to Make the Learning Stick

by WeAreTeachers Staff   Sarah Ressler How do you make those vocab words stick—not just for the quiz tomorrow but for the long term? Practice, practice, practice! And the only way your students will want to do that practice is if you make it too much fun to resist! It doesn’t matter whether your students are […]