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Google Docs and Sheets Go Offline

Google Docs and Sheets Go Offline

So I know that after all my posts on Google Drive and its associated products, you’re using it as part of your classroom, and it’s making part of your life a lot easier. I also know that you were probably frustrated at the missing ability to create documents when you didn’t have an internet connection. […]

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Take a Stand Against Bullying

Today on Community Voices with Carly Alyssa Thorne we take a Stand against Bullying with Jessica Bayuk Miss Frederick’s Outstanding Teen 2014. Jessica Bayuk is passionate about making a difference. A gifted and talented tenth grade student in a highly diversified public school in Frederick, Maryland, Jessica loves to dance with her competition dance team […]

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Fresno’s First Annual Mini-Maker’s Faire

I will be the first to admit that I am a self-professed tinker. There I said it out loud; confession is good for the soul. Growing up without cell phones or video games, I could often be found outside doing one of my favorite things: taking something apart. The destruction of retired TVs, radios, blenders, […]

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MiniMaker1

Fresno’s First Annual Mini-Maker’s Faire

I will be the first to admit that I am a self-professed tinker. There I said it out loud; confession is good for the soul. Growing up without cell phones or video games, I could often be found outside doing one of my favorite things: taking something apart. The destruction of retired TVs, radios, blenders, […]

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This past week I had the opportunity to share with a graduate class the Common Core progression of geometric measurement concepts across the grade levels from Kindergarten through eighth grade. We packed the space between two points of a line with one-inch sticks, and we packed a rectangle with squares, and then we packed a […]

How Can We Show Our Students What Volume Means?

This past week I had the opportunity to share with a graduate class the Common Core progression of geometric measurement concepts across the grade levels from Kindergarten through eighth grade. We packed the space between two points of a line with one-inch sticks, and we packed a rectangle with squares, and then we packed a […]

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Coming Soon: AIMS Physical Science Webinar

Following the success of our first live webinar workshop a few weeks ago, we are at it once again. We are learning from the participant comments how to make the webinars better each time–and we will be offering this workshop for free to help teachers around the country. This time the focus will be on […]

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A Fifth Grade Fraction Activity Using Doceri

I’m here to share another Doceri presentation. This time I want to acquaint you with an AIMS fraction activity for fifth grade. Using the innovative whiteboard app by Doceri, classroom teachers can easily engage and involve students in this lesson. The number one area of focus in the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics in […]

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