Jokes You Can Use:
If attacked by a mob of clowns, what should you do?
- Go for the juggler.
Anything you say and do, can and will be screenshot against you.
For many people, “live and learn” is one task too many.
I was gonna donate blood today, until the lady got all personal and started asking “Whose blood is this?” and “How did you get it?”
I just realized that I haven’t done the “Hokey Pokey” in over 10 years. I guess when you get older, you just forget what it’s all about.
DiGiorno should start to deliver, just to mess with people.
I used to be in a band called “missing cat”. You’ve probably seen our poster.
So, I met an Egyptian…they walk just like everyone else.
Middle School Science Minute
Eclipse 2017: Safety
This is the second in a multipart series on Eclipse 2017 utilizing the resources from NASA that can be found at:
Three questions are asked and answered regarding Eclipse Safety. They include:
- Why is it not safe to look at the sun even when only a small part of it is visible?
- Where can I get the right kind of solar filter to view the eclipse?
- Isn’t this safety issue about eclipse viewing, a bit overblown?
For information on how to safely watch the eclipse, please visit:
From the Twitterverse:
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Rat Hole #2: Paperless classroom
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Teachers Going Gradeless
Toward a Future of Growth Not Grades
After years of teaching using the principles of standards-based learning and grading, I encountered two findings that radically changed my perspective on assessment, grading, and reporting.
This year, I changed my approach, using feedback and revisions only, without entering a letter grade until the end of each term. At that point, I allow students an opportunity to evaluate their overall performance using statements from my Descriptive Grading Criteria(adapted from Ken O’Connor’s 15 Fixes for Broken Grades).
For some of us, the word gradeless means to grade less
For others, gradeless means without grades
How to take Cornell Notes (5 minutes, 26 seconds)
Free Math games.
Free Vocab Words
Coded Messages for Safety
Random Thoughts . . .