A post from 20 November 2018 In our last unit my team planned a huge cross curricular project with our Humanities partners. Towards the end of the project, my one Math/Science colleague said to me, for the end of the unit I have a 50 question multiple choice test we can give. I asked him,… Continue reading Accountability and Assessment in Mathematics
Today my principal and I were talking about Tsunami’s as it’s a topic discussed in Science 7. He was telling me about a great video that was released by National Geographic, Discovery Channel, or someone else that shows how the sub ducting oceanic crust causes Tsunami’s and uses footage from the “big Tsunami a while… Continue reading The Power of #Twitter, The Power of a #PLN
Below I have listed some fantastic Twitter chats that I have been fortunate enough to partake in. These chats have given me several great ideas that I can implement in my classroom and serve as a brilliant tool for teacher collaboration. Enjoy! Sunday #21stedchat @ 6 PM MST Tuesday #edchat @5 PM MST #edteach @… Continue reading No Time Like the Present – Build your PLN Now!
I reluctantly joined Twitter March 10, 2012. My purpose in joining twitter was to follow friends and family that are in the social media business, to increase their followers. As time progressed, I would tweet every so often realizing there was enjoyment in staying current with events and my friend’s posts, while keeping them up-to-date with the… Continue reading Twitter: A Social Media Platform that Promotes Collaboration & Learning by Teachers & Students