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Apr 16

Diigo Links (weekly)

More amazing resources and incredible blogs: Free Technology for Teachers: Plum’s Creaturizer – A Neat AR App to Get Kids Exploring Outdoors Creaturizer from PBS Kids is a free iOS and Android app that lets students create fun cartoon creatures then place them into outdoor settings through the use of augmented reality. Free Technology for …

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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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Feb 06

Diigo Links (weekly)

Here’s another batch of amazing links! Check them out: [Pseudocontext Saturdays] Exoskeleton – 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!” Free …

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Jan 23

Diigo Links (weekly)

Great stuff here! Check out this week’s resources: The Adventure Blog: 2016 Was The Hottest Year on Record Stop me if you’ve heard this one before… According to NASA and NOAA, 2016 was the hottest year on record, breaking the previous mark for the third consecutive year. 7 Body Language Job Interview Mistakes Infographic – …

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Jan 15

Diigo Links (weekly)

Here are more resources for this week: Rhym(ing all the timing) | Tim Rylands Rhyme ‘n Learn, (“Music That Puts The Cool Back In School”), is maths and science taught by mnemonics. Mnemonics use word associations like rhymes so that a term or fact is easier to recall later. An example of a mnemonic is …

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Jan 11

Differentiating with Google Classroom

I just found out about an update to Google Classroom from THE Journal that allows teachers flexibility in pushing out assignments to students! So now when I add an assignment, question, or post I can send it to the entire class OR I can select individual students, or a single student, to send it to! …

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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 12

Diigo Links (weekly)

Check out these resources that I curated from last week: Growth Mindset Memes: You are the architect of your brain. Today’s cat was inspired by this article at This Nifty Infographic Is a Great Introduction to Neuroplasticity and Cognitive Therapy which features an infographic from Alta Mira Recovery Programs. Lisa Nielsen: The Innovative Educator: #TrumpEducation …

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Dec 05

Diigo Links (weekly)

Here’s another batch of amazing resources! See if there’s anything here that you may have missed: Wonder = Joy. (And Joy Should be Shared!) | CTQ #CTQCollab Longtime Radical readers know that there are few people who have influenced my practice as much as Dean Shareski. Video: “Ten Optical Illusions That Will Blow Your Mind” | …

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Dec 01

Doctopus & Goobric – Sweet Combo!

This post was originally published at the CORELaborate blog here. Do you correct student papers and give students feedback? Do you use rubrics to score their work and provide feedback? Have you tried Doctopus and Goobric? Those two tools together are awesome! Make sure you have Doctopus and Goobric installed: Here’s how they all work: …

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