Monthly Archives: February 2014

Project Pen Pal

Connecting classrooms through sharing science.  FEATURE | by Joel Knopf At age 10, Amy O’Toole was one of the youngest people ever to have published a peer-reviewed science article. Her inspiring article, which she wrote with her classmates as part … Continue reading

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The Places You’ll Go

A logistical solution to making those unforgettable education experiences a reality. GUEST COLUMN | by Jillian Kando Looking back at the time spent at school, most people would point to field trips as some of their favorite and most vivid … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | cardwiki

This tool allows students to work together on their flashcards in realtime. This way, students save time, as the work of creating a set of flashcards can be split up between a group or a class. Students can copy the link … Continue reading

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Abundant Learning

An immigrant teacher from a world away makes the world his classroom. GUEST COLUMN | by Qazim Aliu After teaching English in Kosovo for over 30 years, I decided it was time for change. I retired and immigrated to the U.S. to … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | BirdBrain

BirdBrain provides teachers with independent reading for the highest and lowest readers in their classroom while also meeting the demands of the Common Core State Standards. To do this, BirdBrain Science serves differentiated science articles at multiple reading levels. Students … Continue reading

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