Monthly Archives: April 2011

Congratulations! You did it!

Today is the last day of class!  You made it.  I hope you feel that you learned a lot and that this class was worthwhile.  I have seen a lot of growth in each one of you, and I hope … Continue reading

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The End is Near

Course Evaluations Most of you have taken evaluations for your other courses and I would appreciate it if you would fill one out for this class now. Student feedback is used for hiring and promotion decisions, course planning, and teacher support. … Continue reading

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The final stretch!

As a reminder, today is a work day. We’re putting our final touches on TLAT #3 which is due by 11:59 p.m. tonight. I have most of your grades done up to this point.  I’ll try to talk to you … Continue reading

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What’s your problem?!?

What does your book say about problem solving? Here are a few takeaways: “Students apply critical and creative thinking skills to prior knowledge during the problem solving process. The end result of problem solving is typically some kind of a … Continue reading

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Like peas in a pod(cast)

I hope you had a great weekend looking for educational apps that you could use in your teaching or other work.  Now is your chance to apply what we learned earlier in the year about audio and video editing.  You … Continue reading

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Wise app(le)s

I hope you had a great weekend.  I learned a lot in New Orleans from some of the brightest education researchers alive. Today we are going to finish working on your Summer Enrichment Kits.  They are due at the end … Continue reading

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Summer is almost here

Part One: Exploring Thinkfinity One of the uses of technology that I’m sure you are very familiar with is the use of online resources for research activities. This task will help you to locate online resources to use in your … Continue reading

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