TEDU 510 Section 002 Spring 2019

Posts by kneersl

FINAL POST

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vSokQbjJ9grglOjFP91mc4VwIvjfgAc_XxgllpudFfcNJjEinPHjw1m2EzeAces1-6h7Sf5YdpWiXn8/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=15000

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Week 13

There are definitely some broad overlaps between code.org and the SOL standards. The goals of code.org are to inspire students, reach classrooms, and change the…

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Week 11

https://sites.google.com/a/mymail.vcu.edu/510/solids-liquids-gases SOL 2.3 The student will investigate and understand basic properties of solids, liquids, and gases. Key concepts include a)  identification of distinguishing characteristics of…

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Comment on Week 8 Blog Post by kneersl

I am not sure what is going on with the link, but it doesn’t allow me to access the socrative forum. It’s asking me to create a teacher account. I think if we were using this for a classroom, we would want to make sure they have a login created for student access. Of course we would use this frequently, so it would really only be a problem once. But I think it’s awesome idea that can be used to test students when they do not feel comfortable speaking their answers aloud.

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Comment on Week 7 by kneersl

I think this is definitely age appropriate for students. The tasks were not too difficult to complete, but the material was still rigorous enough to get them thinking throughout the entirety of the lesson. Your intersections were on point, and I understood the value of the lesson. I think the Brainpop activity will work particularly well with students, and I like that you thought to include it on a lesson about magnets. The only suggestion I have is to make your discussion prompt a little more specific so that you’re getting decent responses from your students.

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