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Sep 7, 2010
denise mulloy commented on Glenn Kenyon's group Math Teachers
"LiveBinders is just what I was looking for! I have been using One Note and love it. My classroom computer is a MAC and I needed to have something for accessing my plans. tyou"
Aug 30, 2010
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YouTube Math Investigation

If possible please review my lesson plan. I plan to open the year with a YouTube investigation. I have attached the lesson. Please suggest improvements.See More
Jul 28, 2010
denise mulloy replied to Eddie Carr's discussion Online Notetaking in the group Math Teachers
"This fall, I will have two Alg 1 classes. The students will each have a computer. We will be using an online textbook. Right now I am recommending that students use MS OneNote or (if they are using MAC) MS Word in Notebook mode. The online text has…"
Jul 28, 2010
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Math Teachers

Don't we want to congregate and share ideas? Join this group to talk about what we find in the field of math education.
Jul 28, 2010
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CWRA (CollegeWorkReadiness Assmt) Users

The CWRA is an amazing, but underutilized, tool: it measures, in an authentic way, our students growth in higher order thinking skills. This group is intended to advocate for CWRA, answer questions, & share resources on how we are using CWRA resultsSee More
Jul 28, 2010
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Jul 28, 2010

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Why teachers should user Twitter

"24 hour availability for networking with other educators and tapping into their knowledge is in fact today's PLN. Back in the day I would not have made it without the email list serve at NGSS and other teachers sharing experiments and materials…"
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Alfie Kohn on Oprah

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How to Keep Up the Fire of Your Students’ Creativity

We all know that the left hemisphere of the human brain is responsible for logical thinking while the right hemisphere is the center of abstract thinking and creative ideas. It’s no wonder then when I give a creative assignment to my students, some of them are reluctant to perform it while others are very open to explore something…See More
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What is Powtoon - Find out what Powtoon is and what it can b

"Used this for my students' digital porfolios. Easy, visually appealing. A step above power points or google slides. Work your way up the SAMR ladder by adding this tool to your classroom toolbox."
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Michael Yarbrough commented on Eileen Lennon's blog post How do you stay motivated?
"We also use blogging as a learning tool. It helps my students to develop their writing skills, improve their self-confidence and grow as digital citizens."
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