MSM 264: Suffixes matter & Sunshine on the Soap Bubbles . . . Then there was a ding.
Presented in collaboration with the Association for Middle Level Education.
Jokes You Can Use:
Twitter: Jodi Stewart, Coach Burk, Michael Carton
I've included a link for you to print out your own. The trick looks best through a camera. If you close one eye and move back and forth it works pretty good too.
Winter Soap Bubbles
Middle School Science Minute
by Dave Bydlowski (k12science or email@example.com)
MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE MINUTE-POWERPOINT FLASHCARDS
I was recently reading the November, 2013 issue of Science Scope, a magazine for middle school science teachers, published by the National Science Teachers Association. I then read the article "Increasing Science Vocabulary Using PowerPoint Flash Cards.”
In order to help improve science vocabulary in the school, they did the following:
1. Explored Science-Vocabulary Acquisition
2. Implemented Vocabulary Instructional Practices
3. Implemented PowerPoint Flash Cards
4. Integrated Science Vocabulary as a School-Wide, Universal Support System.
From the Twitterverse:
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5 Ideas To Bring Parents Into The Learning Process
by George Couros • December 26, 2013
Here are some ways that we can build strong connections with the parents in our school communities:
Use what the kids use
Have an open mind
Tap into parent leadership
Focus on open communication
Create learning opportunities
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