This has been such a fun week of writing at EdGeeks. I am all about balance and I was feeling myself getting lost in technology, but its great to feel at home again writing about all strategies, tips and tools (regardless of high-tech, low-tech or no-tech) that support learning!
Recently I wrote a piece for EdVoices.com that is near and dear to my heart. DisconnectED – The Disconnect between Educational Technology and Educators. Make sure to stop by EdVoices and leave a comment or share the piece with your friends.
Subtitles are comforting for many readers because they help readers navigate a text to find important information. We can teach students how to create subtitles when they don’t exist as a strategy to help them find crucial information.
Help your kids tackle graphing questions by teaching them to extend the graph. Avoid the age-old mistake featured in this post!
A fourth grader recently recommended a book to me and after a little research, I found out that the book belongs to a series called Basher Books, which aims to breathe life into topics that are often taught in a dull way. A special thanks to my fourth grade friend for the inspiration!