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August 25-29

Highlights from the week…

This week students published their narratives. We held elections for students council. Finally students enjoyed watching staff answer the nomination of the ALS ice bucket challenge and raise over $100 while spreading awareness. 147 more words

Updates

The High Art of a Successful Project-based Learning (PBL) Unit

Project-based Learning (PBL) is a journey into cognitive awareness that produces results. If you’re looking for successful PBL units to use in your classroom, look to Kate Parker, CFO of GoTeachGo. 641 more words

21st Century Education

Homework for the Week of 09/02/14

English Language Arts (Mr. Cordova):

  1. Complete Two of your own Native American Myths/Legends (due 09/03/14)

Social Studies (Mr. Cordova):

  1. Complete Compare/Contrast Chart on N.C. Regions and Tribes (due 09/03/14)
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Homework

Social Studies Update

Hello all,

Here is the weekly Social Studies Update video. I have also include a few very quick clips of some of the action from our Survival Game, so enjoy! 73 more words

Social Studies

Loquacious Library Newsletter

Click on the link below to read the latest edition of the Loquacious Library

August Loquacious Library

Collaboration

Where in the School is Carmen Sandiego? Capturing criminals with QR codes

There was a rumor floating around last year that PBS was putting Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? into syndication.  First, this vague picture was posted on PBS’s Tumblr: 449 more words

Teaching

Tip of the Week: Social Studies Web Site Showdown

I was working with some secondary teachers a few weeks ago and our conversation shifted into the topics of useful websites. What sites were the best and most useful? 254 more words

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