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Karen Vitek

CosmoLearning | Your Free Online School: Courses, Video Lectures, Documentaries, Images, Books and more - 20 views

    Free educational website with videos for students
David Ellena

6 Ways to Honor the Learning Process in Your Classroom | Edutopia - 0 views

  • Roughly put, learning is really just a growth in awareness.
  • While morsels of information -- math theorems, for example -- may not change, the context in which students use them do change. Which in turn changes how we consider and use that morsel.
  • Even what we call facts -- significant historical dates, labels for ethnic groups, causes and effects of cultural movements -- all change endlessly, if not in form (how they're discussed), then in meaning and connotation (what we think of them).
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  • And thus changing how students use this skill or understanding. And thus changing how we, as teachers, "teach it."
  • This could be thought of as depth of understanding, a term that produced a depth of knowledge (DOK) framework for measuring understanding which is still used in many districts. Bloom's Taxonomy (1) or even the TeachThought Learning Taxonomy (2) are all tools to help evaluate understanding -- how well a student "gets it."
  • 1. Use Learning Taxonomies
  • 2. Use Concept Maps
  • Have students map, chart, diagram or otherwise visually represent their own learning pathways and changes in their own understanding.
  • 3. Use a Variety of Assessment Forms
  • 4. Build Metacognition into Units
  • Prime the pump by assigning students quick writing prompts about their own thinking.
  • 6. Connect Students to Networks
  • As students connect to networks, the learning process will plug them in, not just to one teacher, or 25 classmates, or eight texts, but to something much larger -- and more able to interact with students organically.
    Some great thoughts on increasing the meaning of learning in your classroom
Jeff Tice

National Math + Science Initiative Blog | Technology in the Classroom: The Benefits of Blended Learning - 1 views

  • It can keep students focused for longer peri
  • Technology can be defined as any tool that can be used to help promote human learning, including – but not limited to – calculators, tablets (such as an iPad), Smart Boards, video cameras, digital cameras, MP3 players, Portable Digital Assistants (PDAs), and, of course, the computer. These are all innovations that have helped countless people during regular daily activities, but they can also have a profound impact on classroom learning.

Free Practice Tests for the Smarter Balanced and PARCC Tests - 1 views

    Download free Smarter Balanced/ PARCC practice tests for grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8. Each ebook contains two English Language Arts practice tests and two math practice tests with detailed answer explanations.
Karen Vitek

CIESE - Curriculum: K-12 CIESE Online Classroom Projects - 8 views

    Lots of collaborative projects for K-12 Science classrooms.
Dean Mantz

Simulations - 1 views

    Developed by the University of Colorado this website provides virtual interactive physics, chemistry, and math simulations.
Newman Lanier

Touch Trigonometry - 50 views

    this is beautiful and engage. I don't even know what it's doing, but I like it!

Statistics Assignment Is The Most Demand Assignment Help Subject By The Students - 0 views

    Statistics Assignment help is the services provided to the students who are new to advanced mathematics and are facing challenges in completing their difficult assignment to get the best solution for their homework.
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