Monthly Archives: October 2010

Huckleberries and Owl Pellets

Dissecting Owl Pellets For this investigation, students examined owl pellets, sorted the bones found in them, and compared the bones to human bones. In addition to this, each child created a iMovie. Below are the steps the kids in 3BR … Continue reading

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Assessing student learning in 2010

One of the best ways to get tech integrated into the curriculum is by looking at the ways we currently assess student learning and then seeing is any of those assessment can be replaced by using technology. In 3rd grade … Continue reading

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Blogging about Blogging Safety

One of the biggest topics we stress in the ES is being safe online and being a good digital citizen. To do this we use a special naming convention for our students to keep their identities hidden to those outside … Continue reading

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Grade 3 is Blogging

The grade 3 classes have started blogging. The students have spent the last few weeks setting up their blogs by selecting titles, themes, and writing their first welcome posts. The students are enjoying sharing their work with the world and … Continue reading

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Grade 5 is Blogging

In the past few weeks I have been going around to the 5th grade classes getting their blogs set up. Most of the kids have blog from last year so for many of them it is doing a bit of … Continue reading

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Dem Bones

3rd grade has been busy studying the Human Body. Specifically, the skeletal system, muscles, and joints. they started this unit off using a webquest that I helped the grade three develop to meet their own Standards and Benchmarks. Students used … Continue reading

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