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Intervention for Determining Scale

Started May 23, 2011 0 Replies

Science intervention to be used to help students determine scale for graphs, charts, and pictures. Continue

Tags: SRBI, RTI, Intervention

Reading Data and Graphing Intervention

Started May 23, 2011 0 Replies

CAPT-style data analysis and graphing intervention

Tags: RTI, SRBI, Intervention

Science Intervention Feedback Form

Started May 23, 2011 0 Replies

Use the attached sheet to critque science interventions.  Please edit all interventions based on the feedback received and upload to your PLN site by June 24th. Continue

Tags: Intervention, Feedback, SRBI, RTI

Graphing Intervention ppt

Started May 19, 2011 0 Replies

Here is a supplemental ppt which could be used to address the skills identifying variables, creating and reading tables, and graph construction.

Tags: Intervention, RTI, SRBI

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Biology Teachers

Just want to link up with any Biology teachers out there.
Jun 23, 2011
AINE KAPELL and Jacob Greenwood are now friends
Jun 22, 2011
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Jacob Greenwood and David Waltimyer are now friends
May 26, 2011
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May 24, 2011
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"And just what do you want for a gift?"
May 24, 2011
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Graphing Intervention ppt

Here is a supplemental ppt which could be used to address the skills identifying variables, creating and reading tables, and graph construction.
May 19, 2011
Jacob Greenwood updated their profile
May 19, 2011
Linda Fox replied to Jacob Greenwood's discussion Seeking ideas for science interventions.
"I'm not really sure what tier 1 and 2 interventions are, but I'm good at interpreting graphs, charts and pictures. I tell the kids that there are many ways to describe something - words (written or spoken), drawings and diagrams, graphs,…"
May 15, 2011
Jacob Greenwood replied to Jacob Greenwood's discussion Seeking ideas for science interventions.
"Discussing student motivation is a good idea - the research suggests student engagement is largely related to their self-efficiacy - their belief in thier ability to succeed.  Activities tiered (differentiated) should allow for each student to…"
May 10, 2011
Jacob Greenwood replied to Jacob Greenwood's discussion Seeking ideas for science interventions.
"I like it.  I will try my state website to focus - good idea."
May 10, 2011
Jacob Greenwood replied to Jacob Greenwood's discussion Seeking ideas for science interventions.
"Great idea - will look - Thanks so much."
May 10, 2011
Ann Gardner replied to Jacob Greenwood's discussion Seeking ideas for science interventions.
"For graphs/charts, you might look at some of the ACT prep books - lots of examples and ideas for breaking them down."
May 9, 2011

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