Post 2 interview questions you might ask one of your colleagues to help them reflect on their learning for today. Then respond to someone else's post and answer the questions they posted.
What might be some ways you could use the LabQuest 2 in your instruction?
For the discussion forum this week, consider the question,
Consider the following quote:
“Strong teachers don’t teach content, Google has content. Strong teaching connects learning in ways that inspire kids to learn more and strive for greatness."
What are your ideas about connections between this quote and the unit design process? Record your thoughts by replying to this post. Please respond to at least two other teachers' thinking as well.
Watch the video below and respond to the question at the bottom of this post.
What connections can you make between this video and instructional design?
Over the last several years that has been a huge push towards the inclusion of literacy in the content areas. There are tons of websites, blogs, videos, etc. that have excellent tips and strategies for incorporating literacy in math and science. For this week’s post, locate a simple literacy strategy and implement the strategy with your students. In your post, be sure to include a brief description of the strategy, and how it went in your classroom.
Use this area to pose questions and ideas for fellow science educators.
Use this area to pose questions and ideas for fellow math educators.
What's on your mind? Questions for the group? Find a great literacy strategy to share? Tell us about it here.
What might be your best accomplishment today? In what ways are you planning to integrate literacy in your day-to-day classroom activities?