Wed, Nov 25, 2020 9:02 PM in Doing Science at Home
This article was short and to the point. It showed an innovative way to teach literature through Science by way of poetry. The authors gave step by step instructions of how to grow an avocado plant from an avocado pit. My mother-in-law always had these growing on her kitchen counter and I often wondered how she sustained them so well without using soil. The article pared t...
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Tue, Oct 27, 2020 11:53 PM in STEM and Fairy Tales
What a great idea! I'm a huge fan of cross curriculum teaching. It just so happens that we are presently studying fairytales and fables in our Reading block and one of our stories was "The Three Billy Goats Gruffs". The EIE website led me to a video where a teacher was reading a book about a boy who was building his own bridge. This made me think of the bridg...
Tue, Oct 27, 2020 9:37 PM in Formative assessments
This article was very timely in addressing the need for parents to have some guidance in becoming partners in their children's virtual learning experiences, especially those in Science. I'm sure that most students have felt a little claustrophobic, being stuck inside and are missing the Science experiments that they once could take for granted inside the classroom.This article opens...
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Tue, Oct 27, 2020 10:26 PM PROPERTIES MATTER
The concept of this interactive book is great. Unfortunately, it fall short of quality because the voice over is robotic and mispronounced several words. Wondering if I can do a voice over using my own voice for my ELLs. Would I be violating any rules of ownership since I just purchased it for my class?
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