PD Now: Live Webinars (u06a1)

Webinars are a great way to extend your learning on your schedule.   You can log in from the comfort of home or on the go.  This anytime, anywhere learning opportunity helps educators learn more about their field of interest without the travel time.  I attend webinars through Discovery Education at least once a month.  I... Continue Reading →

Integrating Social Networking Lesson Plan

7th Grade Science Lesson: Catastrophic Events TEK 7.8 A: Predict and describe how different types of catastrophic events impact ecosystems such as floods, hurricanes, or tornadoes. Engage: Students will discuss their previous knowledge of catastrophic events and personal experience with them. Explore: Students will post questions about different catastrophic events on a backchannel as they... Continue Reading →

Photo Challenge Reflection

This week I participated in a 7 day photo challenge.  I decided to post pictures from my classroom.  Each day I posted a picture of something I was doing with my 7th grade Science students.  I really enjoyed this activity and my students loved me taking pictures of what we were doing (even though their... Continue Reading →

Using Mobile Devices in the Classroom

I moved from a large, technologically advanced district to a smaller school district this year.  The district is growing quickly and is having a hard time updating and implementing new technology on a large scale.  The district does have a BYOD policy but it is rarely used by teachers on the 7th and 8th grade... Continue Reading →

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