Monthly Archives: April 2014

Lesson Makeover

I am working on my Master’s Project and I am working with the science department to help integrate the iPad into their classroom instruction. In the process, I am hoping to measure the increase of their confidence after doing some … Continue reading

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Perplexity

I just watched the Keynote to the CUE 2014 conference by Dan Meyer. It was an awesome reminder of the framework that we should use as teachers to guide our planning. Using perplexity and inherent questions to guide class discussion fosters real investment … Continue reading

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PD for PBL

Started working with the staff on PBL and this question: “How we are going to make the leap from consumption to creation in the classroom?” @adambellow and @justintarte offered this analogy:     Get your chef hats out, kids.  How … Continue reading

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