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We’re reading the book Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. We’ve read chapters 1 and 2. Here’s a recording of our group: Jean-Luc, Yoon-seok, Sophie and Winnie, discussing a passage on page 17.
An iPod in Your Classroom Toolbox from Union City High School
Oh No! I’m Wet! By Jessica Pham Splash! The giant water coaster splashed water all over us. “Ahhh…Water is on my clothes!” I screamed so loud that everyone could hear me. The water coaster went so fast that I almost fell out of the cart. After a loud and wet time on the water coaster, [...]
Images add a lot to a blog post. Of course, the image should be relevant to the content, not just decorative (like the pretty one I put on the left.) If you’re lucky enough to have taken a photo to go with your content, that’s great. All you have to do is upload/insert it from [...]
Google Docs continue to amaze with their versatility. When you hit the ‘Create’ button, you can choose from a variety of documents. If you choose ‘form’ you can create a questionnaire or survey that will not only look great (with customized themes), but send the answers in a handy spreadsheet so you can see the [...]
This September, we had a guest at SSIS. Her name is Kim Cofino. I was really excited because she was my tech mentor while I was earning my Certificate of Educational Technology and Information Literacy. She came to our school on the weekend to share her ideas about how we can improve learning by using [...]
I found this terrific infographic on Kate Hart’s website. I love the way she demonstrate and explains the dos and don’ts of using someone else’s words. If anyone wants to print this poster for educational purposes (this means not trying to sell it), Kate allows you to download a higher quality version here.