Reader’s Logs vs. Reader’s Blogs

Jan 27, 2006 by

In an attempt to be responsible for charting progress of our students’ mandatory reading time each day I had each of them maintain a reader’s log....

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SimCity in the Classroom

Jan 25, 2006 by

Since I’m an avid gamer, or at least I was before the baby came, I always question the usefulness of gaming and simulations in the classroom....

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A funny thing happened on the way to the forum…

Jan 23, 2006 by

This weekend I was forced to do something that I’ve been dreading since creating the web site last year. In response to the increasingly annoying...

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“Mash-Up” Writing Revisited

Jan 18, 2006 by

With all the talk of mash-ups (music, videos, Google maps, etc.) I thought I would revisit a writing exercise I wrote about back in June that...

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Interactive Egypt

Jan 17, 2006 by

Usually when I tell people that I teach Social Studies (among other subjects) they get a glassy eyed look and recall what they can of long gone...

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We’ve got Glu

Jan 10, 2006 by

Many of us in the field of education have no doubt shared jokes and experiences about the consumption of paste and glue in the classroom. Needless...

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