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Educating the Educators: The Military Child IS in your school district/school/classroom

The video of the training I did I in March at K-State for Superintendents, Educators and Military leaders has been posted. It’s the second from the bottom video on this page. https://coe.k-state.edu/military/

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2016 Ed Symposium Resources for Teachers of Military & Veteran Connected Students

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What’s an Essential Question?

Essential questions from Linda Foote

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Classroom Flipping

Why I Flipped My Classroom video. Have you heard about this teaching method sweeping the blogs and classrooms across the country? It makes sense that this would be a great learning method in theory but the logistics leaves questions; Access? … Continue reading

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Lesson Plans: Primary Science Centers Elementary, Science

Lesson Plans: Primary Science Centers Elementary, Science. This is a great site for all sorts of resources. This article on Primary Science Centers especially hits a soft spot for me. In an elementary classroom it’s so hard to work science … Continue reading

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The study of learning and how the brain works in relation

A free online course! Amazing resource for professional development of all educators and counselors. 

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Web research on the iPad using Evernote and Skitch (how-to) | ZDNet

Web research on the iPad using Evernote and Skitch (how-to) | ZDNet. Is another great resource for using Evernote and the app Skitch to collect research/ideas from the internet and add personal notes and markings to them.

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Five Lessons On Teaching From Angry Birds That Have Nothing Whatsoever To Do With Parabolas

Are you an Angry Birds fan? I bet your kids or students are. Check out this site to find out why Angry Birds is more than a game.  I love tricking kids into learning!  Five Lessons On Teaching From Angry Birds … Continue reading

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