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Moving beyond the worksheet-like practice of facts using one of the many popular apps is of value in today’s elementary math classroom! If we are seeking to develop deeper understanding of math concepts with our students, we must look to … Continue reading
Learning to access resources from various modalities, evaluate them based on a set of clear criteria and curate them using a personal digital library can aid students and teachers in conducting inquiry or simply preparing for class! Below, you will … Continue reading
Taking and editing your own photographs can be a challenging, yet rewarding way to enhance your web spaces. Further, this virtually eliminates copyright issues! Still, if you are looking for web content you can use, here are a few places … Continue reading
You need to understand copyright if you are planning to upload content of any kind to a website. Visit : copyright.ubc.ca for more information or drop in to ask specific questions. They regularly offer workshops and drop in sessions to … Continue reading
Looking for a digital media library? Wishing to Connect with educators who are passionate about using digital media? Want to share with and learn from others? Visit: http://www.discoveryeducation.com/community/about.cfm Become a STAR Discovery Educator. It’s easy. Just remember STAR: S – … Continue reading
A hook or activating strategy is intended to engage students and help them access and apply prior knowledge to the current concept, lesson or unit of study. Auseubel (1978), recognizes that the activation of prior knowledge helps to deepen learning … Continue reading