TEDU 510 Section 002 Spring 2019

Posts by snyderae

Blog Post #15: Final Project

Option 2: Introduce a new technology Partner: Gabrielle Denuel Regular presentation: Timed presentation: https://docs.google.com/a/mymail.vcu.edu/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vRaSwYx5H3CjAiChVgWVppo5lC9_ihwqQuQHhJZAl55wQuV4voYR2IjLa3uYGqMFpWezVERk8wdQhq8/pu…

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Blog Post #13: Code.org & Computer Science Standards

I really enjoyed completing the courses on Code.org and reading through the program’s mission—to expand access to computer science in schools and increase participation, especially by women and underrepresented minorities. This program is somethi…

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Blog Post #12: Seesaw Activities

Science SOL: Life Processes 2.4 The student will investigate and understand that plants and animals undergo a series of orderly changes as they mature and grow. Key concepts include a) animal life cycles; and b) plant life cycles. Activity 1: Students …

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Blog Post #11: SAMR

Google Site: https://sites.google.com/view/510planets/home SOL: Earth Patterns, Cycles, and Change 4.7 The student will investigate and understand the organization of the solar system. Key concepts include a) the planets in the solar system; b) the ord…

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Comment on Week 10 Blog by snyderae

I think this is a great activity for teaching story sequence and it really gets students thinking about different stories that can be told through pictures, as well as text! This reminds me of an activity that I did with my students last semester focusing on story sequence, where I had them create a digital story. The students created a storyboard on paper before using the application StoryBird to develop the story digitally with both captions and pictures. Another pedagogical strategy that could be used is doing a Reader’s Theatre or acting out a story, filming it, and sharing it with the class. Other technologies that could be used include WeVideo, Power Director, or VideoShow, which are similar to iMovie and great applications for developing, editing, and manipulating digital stories.

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Blog Post #10: Social Media Lesson

SOL:  English 3.5 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fictional text and poetry. (i. identify the main idea) Learning Outcome: Given a teacher-facilitated classroom Twitter with poems and passages from fictional text and a course-rel…

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Blog Post #9: PLN

Step 1: A Personalized Learning Network, or PLN, is a network of people and resources that support ongoing learning and relationships. A PLN is focused around the idea of being a life-long learner, the fact that you can take your own professional devel…

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Comment on Week 8 Blog Post by snyderae

I think the idea of having students create a song to remember both the seven continents and the five oceans is an engaging assessment tool that would be enjoyable for the whole class! This also supports the summative assessment of coloring and labeling…

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Blog Post #8: Formative & Summative Assessments

Measurement and Geometry SOL 1.8 The student will determine the value of a collection of like coins (pennies, nickels, or dimes) whose total value is 100 cents or less. Assessment Google Sheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xNWYcRLdz4RmfvhK4o…

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