Steve Kinney
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I teach eighth grade science at the Ronald Edmonds Learning Center in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. My responsibilities include developing inquiry-based science lessons and modifying existing curriculum for my students who receive special education services.

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How to amp up your publishing parties

Posted on June 29, 2009 at 9:00am 1 Comment

I've always liked the idea of the publishing party, however I've always found it a little hokey. Making a construction paper cover with yarn or lanyard binding is crafty, but it's a far cry from the experience of cracking open a crisp new permabound hardcover. Everyone plays along, but we all know there is something missing.

I've written about this in the past: The most exciting thing about using technology in a classroom is not necessarily enhancing the stuff you're already doing,… Continue

Improve school communication with P2 for Wordpress

Posted on June 20, 2009 at 4:56am 0 Comments

I've worked in a tiny middle school with nine classrooms and 180 students and I've worked in a large middle school with four floors and just under one thousand students. In both schools, communication was an issue. How do you make everyone aware of everything? Administrators can get on the public announcement system every time something comes up—but that wears on everyone's patience relatively quickly and if I'm in the bathroom or out getting a cup of coffee, I still didn't get the… Continue

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