Category Archives: Core Teaching Skills Block 1
Farming theme saves small Kansas school – KansasCity.com. Love it! Math…kids lug it in buckets, pat it on the nose and fill it to a mark. Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/2013/03/26/4146256/farming-theme-saves-small-kansas.html#storylink=cpy
The Third Grade Common Core Workbook is just what every teacher needs, a huge time saver. The printable standards to post in the room and the activities that are directly related to each of the standards (with notation on the wkst) shows … Continue reading
My new favorite teacher resource website. There is a paid level but there is so much FREE stuff on this site it’s definitely worth checking out. Worksheets, Lesson Plans, Teacher Resources, and Rubrics from TeAch-nology.com.
I started a new Livebinder for pre-service teacher resources. http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=766879 via Core Instructional Methods resources – LiveBinder.
7 Awesome Collaborative Whiteboard Tools for Teachers. A selection of great tools to use not only in the classroom but when the students go home they can continue their collaborative work from home.
Check out this well done Glog explaining what UDL is, how it came about, and how you can use this strategy to improve your teaching and your students learning. UDL by Melissa Dills: udl | Glogster EDU – 21st century … Continue reading
Khan Academy: The future of education? – 60 Minutes – CBS News. I have been familiar with the Khan Academy videos for a few years now and have recommended them to friends and other educators. The level to which … Continue reading
Biocourseware — All Educational Apps for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. A great collection of science apps, some you don’t even have to download and can just access quickly and easily on the web.
The Four Pillars of Education. I was reflecting on my philosophy of education based on foundations of education and the movement of the 21st Century Skills has really been the dominate force in my personal drive to learn, to … Continue reading
This research has implications for ADHD and other attention related challenges. Princeton University – Princeton study reveals the brain’s mysterious switchboard operator.