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Oct 29

Diigo Links (weekly)

Here are some great blog posts from this past week: New Resources For Learning About Halloween & Day Of The Dead | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day… Top 8 maps and charts that explain Halloween is from GeoAwesomeness. Where are the bodies? is an interactive map to see where the famous and infamous are …

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Sep 24

Diigo Links (weekly)

Here are more fabulous resources from this past week: Free Technology for Teachers: Advertising and What YouTube Knows About You We’ve all had the annoying experience of going to show a YouTube video in a classroom or to a friend only to have an advertisement play for five, ten, or thirty seconds before you can …

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Jul 15

We Are Ocean Guardians!

Well, more like Watershed Guardians. Last year I found out about this NOAA project called Ocean Guardian School. When I read the description I knew Chimacum Middle School had to apply to be an Ocean Guardian School! Our Environmental Stewardship Project was perfect! Even though we focus mostly on our neighborhood creek, Ocean Guardian Schools …

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Jun 25

Diigo Links (weekly)

Here are this week’s fabulous resources: Estes E2X (skill level 0) Rockets all 40% off from AC Supply tags:rockets rocketry estes science physics physical Main – 2020 Or Bust The impacts of climate change are already happening, and the actions we are taking are not enough to stay in the safety zone. Only one thing …

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Apr 25

How Do You Engage Your Students?

This post was originally published on the CORELaborate blog! Do kids already have grit?? A comment left on Kristen’s Movement in the Classroom post by Carina struck a chord with me. In her comment, Carina wrote, “If my students need a break from our learning every 10 minutes, what am I teaching? How can I …

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Apr 19

How to End the School Year Strong!

I was so happy to be asked by Larry Ferlazzo to be his Q and A BAM Radio show again! This time we tackled the topic of how to end a school year! I got to be on the show with Pernille Ripp, a teacher I’ve been learning from for years on Twitter and on …

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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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Jun 06

Sample Grant Proposals Reboot

I’m re-publishing this post because I have some of my best grant examples for people to see linked in this post. I have learned the benefits of grant writing. In my 26 year career I have gotten grants for 21 of those 26 years. I’ve gotten at least one grant a year for the past …

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