All Blog Posts Tagged 'Lesson' (7)

Lesson Plan for the First Day of Chemistry Class

I've often found the first day of chemistry class to be awkward to say the least.  You're standing up there nervous and excited to be the one to lead the students into the wonders of chemistry and science.  The students are sitting there wondering how much punishment the teacher is going to put them through and hoping for the occasional explosion.  Here is a lesson plan that is student centered and will take the teacher "off-stage."


The "Defining Chemistry" Lesson Plan is so…


Added by Ryan Coleman White on June 25, 2011 at 4:10pm — 1 Comment

Video Games in Education

A recent class discussion regarding development of the learning space for today's students and parent involvement brought about a number of different concepts which were quite interesting to read over the course of the past two weeks.  Once topic, in particular, struck a chord.   Part of our discussion explored the idea of technology becoming synonymous with a binkie.   High priced toys which some parents purchase just to keep their kids out of their hair.  The parents get some quiet time…


Added by Brant Kenny on March 14, 2011 at 8:48pm — 2 Comments

Exploring the World of Free Teaching Productivity Resources on the Web

There are so many free productivity tools available on the Internet for today’s educators. I’m creating a resource page that list many of the most useful ones, and I’d love to have your input!

By “productivity” tools and resources, I am referring to tools that can help teachers get their jobs done more efficiently or effectively, at no cost (beyond the effort required to use the resources, of course). There are so many of these types of tools out on the…


Added by Kelly Walsh on November 29, 2010 at 6:00am — No Comments

Get Better Google Search Results

Web searches are changing. Since Google's inception in the late 90s, the amount of information on the web has grown exponentially. With websites, blogs, images, music, videos and social networking from all over the globe, the amount of information online is simply astonishing. Sometimes, finding that information can be tricky. A recent trend is to crowd…


Added by Derrick Waddell on July 24, 2010 at 10:28pm — No Comments

Teach Kids Not Subjects

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Added by Amanda Kenuam on April 30, 2010 at 7:46am — No Comments

The Google Experiment - Part 2

I just realized that to keep anyone that is interested in looking at the creation of the Social Studies unit I am only using Google for they would need a URL. Well here it is:

Come and visit, and provide feedback please.

Added by Tom Whyte on March 25, 2008 at 6:31pm — No Comments

The Google Experiment

2 weeks ago I started looking at all the little links that started popping up within Google. The one that got me hooked was iGoogle (life has never been the same). Then Gmail and the list goes on, after 2 days of just playing, clicking here, linking there, downloading the latest little gadget, putting a theme in iGoogle, I asked myself what could all this be used for. 2 weeks later, I am knee deep in developing a Social Studies Unit for LAP students that utilizes multimedia technology provided… Continue

Added by Tom Whyte on March 24, 2008 at 10:39pm — No Comments

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