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1st Grade digital PBL: Does it work?

Neo LMS

What is not as common are PBL ideas using digital, rather than physical tools. In my previous blog on the subject , we explored some of the better online resources for the elementary school teacher hoping to blend their elementary school classroom.

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How to Prepare for the SAT

Ask a Tech Teacher

I’ve based my selections on the following criteria: ease of use — accounts are easy to set up with access to both the site and materials quick and intuitive. USATestprep is standards-aligned teacher-directed test preparation for elementary through high school.

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The Biggest Give-Away Yet - Thank You Readers and my Personal Learning Network!

Kleinspiration

He received the Presidential Award for Excellence for Math and Science Teaching in 2002 and was named Semi-Finalist for Colorado Teacher of the Year in 2010. It addresses Common Core State Standards: RF.K.3.a Aligned to the Common Core for Kindergarten.

Basal Readers: 5 Ways to Make Them Work for Your Class

Edsurge

Unfortunately, this job can be easier said than done, especially when teachers are required to teach from a basal reading program, which according to Mark Weakland in “ Super Core! elementary schools.”. In the early 2000’s basal reading programs were rebranded as “core reading programs” and given the stamp of approval by many state agencies, which labelled many of them “research-based.” Once their interest is piqued, students will want access to the entire text.

How A Strengths-Based Approach to Math Redefines Who Is “Smart”

MindShift

I felt like they cared for me,” said Martha Hernandez, who graduated in 2002 and is now a social worker. Collaboration and Equity in the Elementary Math Classroom.

Education Technology and Data Insecurity

Hack Education

Furthermore, at launch, Pokémon Go demanded users sign over a great deal of personal data and grant permissions to the app that, for a time , gave it access to a user’s entire Google account. Fears of FERPA are frequently stoked to stymy certain projects – perhaps unnecessarily in some cases – but schools have not always been cautious about who has access to student data. This is part eight of my annual review of the year in ed-tech.

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