UPDATED December 2015
One of the many things I have found is that, there are just a LOT of resources (free and paid) that are available for screencasting. I find that as a current middle school science teacher and math teacher (and former high school teacher), the “whiteboard” style screencast is an effective tool for delivering content to students. As part of my “flipped classroom quest” I have kept a running record of the websites, software…etc. I have found useful. If they help, great! Check them out below! Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to play around with circuit boards or game controllers but weren’t sure where to start! Check out Makey Makey!
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Today the students were working with microscopes. Here is a sample of our work!
Well, I will get right to it. This week we are wrapping up some basic units in motion for 6th grade and The Atom for the 7th and 8th graders. As such, we are now transitioning and looking ahead to this year’s STEM Fair (formerly known as the learning fair). Please read through the grade level notes to find out Continue reading
Here are a couple of documents to help you as you write your children’s books. Be sure to look them over and if you would like to share your story with me today, I will do my best to read and comment on it! Thanks!
Tips for Writing Children’s Books (Click to view)
Writing Children’s Science Books Diagram (Click to view or see below)
Here is the link to the images of section B and C from todays assignment. The review questions are on Section B (Page 4) and Section C (Page 8). Please email me if you have any questions!
LINK: Pictures of Section B and C