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Mar 19

Diigo Links (weekly)

Here are more great resources! Check them out: New videos talk about protecting the ecosystem with tribal treaty rights | Watching Our Water Ways Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission this week released two new videos, including one that shows how tribes are using their treaty rights to protect the environment on behalf of all Northwest residents. …

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Mar 12

Diigo Links (weekly)

Here are more excellent resources from this past week! 20 Excellent YouTube Channels for Math Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning March 10, 2017 Math learning and teaching can be so much fun especially when done through the right strategies. One of these strategies is through engaging video content. To this end, we have …

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Mar 06

Diigo Links (weekly)

So far I’m getting the message to continue sharing links I find every week! Click here to vote if you didn’t get a chance to vote yet. Free Technology for Teachers: How to Search For Public Google Docs This morning at the NCTIES conference I shared with people how to search for publicly shared Google …

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Feb 28

School as a Game

This post was originally published on the WA CORELaborate site! In a way, school is already a game. Think about it. Think about your top performing or A students. They have figured out how to play the game of school. They know how to complete assignments, turn in their homework, do well on quizzes and …

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Feb 26

Diigo Links (weekly)

Here are some more excellent resources: Free Technology for Teachers: All About Bison There is a chilling scene in Dances With Wolves in which Kevin Costner’s character and the Lakota Indians come over a hill to see hundreds of bison carcasses left to rot on the plains. I have, on occasion, shown that scene to …

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Feb 20

Diigo Links (weekly)

More resources to check out: Classroom Games and Tech: Recording Podcasts with TwistedWave in Middle School Here’s a relatively short project we used in our middle school Computers class this week. It takes students through the planning, recording and editing of a short podcast. We used TwistedWave on Chromebooks. Here is an example created by …

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Feb 13

Diigo Links (weekly)

Check this week’s incredible resources: 15 Good iPad Apps for Students Projects and Real World Learning ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning February 11, 2017 Here is a collection of some very good iPad apps students can use in their classroom projects. www.nytimes.com Back in 2015, when we published our lesson plan Fake News vs. …

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Jan 01

Diigo Links (weekly)

Happy New Year! Here are some new year’s resources to sift through: 20 Best VR Apps for Google Cardboard tags:vr apps google cardboard google-cardboard google_cardboard googlecardboard Game Schooling I’ve mentioned before that we rely heavily on game-based learning in our homeschool. Earlier this year, my daughter was struggling with coin identification and value. We had …

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Dec 21

Diigo Links (weekly)

Check out these awesome links: [Pseudocontext Saturdays] Fish Tank – dy/dan What mathematical skill is the textbook trying to teach with this image? Every Saturday, I post an image from a math textbook. It’s an image that implicitly or explicitly claims that “this is how we use math in the world!” Carol Dweck Explains The …

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Nov 20

Diigo Links (weekly)

More amazing resources! Check out these links: What It’s Like on the Inside: A Wall to Invite Others In If you follow my other blog, then you know that I have set a challenge this year to tell 10 new data stories in 10 months. My goal is to only use data that we don’t …

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