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Day 66 - Sixth Grade Science...for a New Generation!

Indiana’s sixth grade science standards state that students will “understand that there are different forms of energy with unique characteristics.” In generations past, a lesson on this topic might have included reading a textbook section and filling in a worksheet, not a method conducive to deep learning. 193 more words

Ten Minutes of Connecting: Day 20 - How Leaders Use Google Drive for Collaboration

Today we are building on some of the learning you have been doing in this series.  We have focused on a number of tools… 386 more words

OSSEMOOC

Chris Hale reblogged this on Learning For Thinking; Designing for Learning and commented:

Day 20 of the Ontario School and System Leaders month long initiative is another great example of how our teachers can integrate technology into their practice to support their own learning and the learning of their students. In my experience, Google Docs has had a significant impact on my ability to reflect on my ability to help students with each of assessment of learning, assessment for learning, assessment as learning, not to mention assessment of teaching.

The Point, What's the Point?

I don’t mean these thoughts in the depressive way they are going to come off, as my depression is mild now and not constant. However, to me, they are intense and I need to get them out. 158 more words

Ebola In the News

Here is an observation that many have made clearly showing that the major news media are biased and corrupt (which is hardly news since they are a part of the oligarchy that controls the wealth and power in this country). 8 more words

Politics

Drinking the Kool-Aid

It surprised me to discover a couple of weeks ago that it’s possible that anyone under the age of 40 has no idea what this idiom means. 950 more words

Thinking Out Loud In All The Strange Hours

ccbible11 reblogged this on Concretized Christianity and commented:

This is something that we as Christians need to be aware of, alert to, and constantly fighting against.

Drinking the Kool-Aid

It surprised me to discover a couple of weeks ago that it’s possible that anyone under the age of 40 has no idea what this idiom means. 950 more words

Thinking Out Loud In All The Strange Hours