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Alfonso Gonzalez

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about 8 hours ago

Whether it is a graph for a math class, a diagram for a science class, or a map for a geography class there are plenty of times when an image provides a better question prompt than just words. Likewise, there are times when images provide better ans…

about 8 hours ago

A deeply held and widely shared belief in education is the “summer slide.” For nine months, teachers and students work tirelessly to build student achievement only to have it unravel over the summer. Upon returning to school, teacher conversations a…

about 8 hours ago

Students only ask three types of questions: (1) proximity questions – asked when the teacher is close; (2) stop thinking questions – most often of the form “is this right”; and (3) keep thinking questions – questions that students ask so they can ge…

about 15 hours ago

Boing Boing shared this video of a writer who had to go through 463 revisions of his paper. I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Getting Students to “Buy-Into” Making Revisions.

about 15 hours ago

Wonderville is a great website for kids on which students can find games, videos, comics, and hands-on activities for learning about science and technology. The gallery of activities, games, videos, and comics is divided into three categories; fun s…

about 15 hours ago

The new school year always feels like a new calendar year to me as many students and teachers have "resolutions" for the new school year. If one of your resolutions for the new school year is to keep yourself or your students active and healthy, the…

about 15 hours ago

Way back in August of 1916, President Woodrow Wilson signed into law the National Park Service Organic Act, establishing the creation of the National Park Service “to conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and wildlife” found insi…

Aug 25, 16

Twitter search is a great alternative to the conventional ways of searching the net. This socially-based kind of search allows students to access content and resources that are both timely and relevant. And most importantly, students do not need to …

Aug 24, 16

Over the summer Google released a bunch of updates to teachers' and students' favorite Google Apps. If you took a little break from your school Google Account over the summer and have just started to look at it again, you might notice that there are…

Aug 24, 16

10 Digital Citizenship Bloggers to Follow · 11 Ed Tech Bloggers to Follow · 20 Best Blogs in Instructional Technology · 25 Top Education Blogs to Rock Your World · 4 #EdTech Blogs to Bookmark · 40 Most Trusted Education Blogs · BAM Top 100 Most Infl…

Aug 24, 16

As in . . . is it okay to modify and edit the primary and secondary sources that our students use as part of the historical thinking process? It’s always an interesting conversation. Because without fail, you get both ends of the continuum.

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