2015aug12 – teaching k-8

Setting up and individualizing iPads
Setting up and individualizing iPads

from The Science Love Song (video)

If at first we don’t succeed, we’ll try two more times
So our failure’s a statistically significant try

Five YouTube Channels for #scichat Nation
ASAP Science – ASAP Science has a simple goal: To introduce viewers to the science in their own lives through weekly videos. Using ha…
AsapSCIENCE – YouTube
We can take it fast or really slowBut we can’t know with certainty where we’ll goIf at first we don’t succeed, we’ll try…
National Geographic Adventure (@natgeoadventure) • Instagram photos and videos
National Geographic Adventure The official account of National Geographic Adventure features the world’s best outdoor adventurers and…
What do you want kids to do with technology?
Kids AREN’T motivated by technology.
Technology is a Tool, NOT a Learning Outcome.
Kids AREN’T motivated by technology. Instead, they’re motivated by opportunities to make a difference in the world; they are motivat…
Commonlit
COMMONLIT is a collection of poems, short stories, news articles, historical documents, and literature for classrooms. 1 Choose a them…
Using Remind to Share Nonfiction Reading with Students | CTQ
turning students on to nonfiction reading — proving that articles from sources like Popular Science and Gizmodo and National Geographic…
Engineering Enables Science: Mars Bound: Mission to the Red Planet
Engineering Enables Science Series: Marsbound – Mission to the Red Planet (Grades 4-10) – Explore NASA data used to develop or refine th…
Engineering Enables Science Series – What’s This Drought Stuff About?
Engineering Enables Science Series – What’s This Drought Stuff About? (Grades 3-8) – This webinar will feature, NASA’s “Water…
Engineering Enables Science Series – Integrating Engineering into Science
Engineering Enables Science Series: Integrating Engineering Into Your Science Curriculum (Grades 5-12) – Participants will get an overvi…
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