Jokes You Can Use:
“The neurologist wanted to propose to his girl friend, but he just didn’t have the nerve.”
Just changed my Facebook name to ‘No one’, so when I see stupid posts I can click like and it will say ‘No one likes this’.
“Paratroopers pull strings to stay on the job.”
“I went to a budget restaurant to dine and when I returned there was a parking ticket stuck on the windshield. Well, that was fine dining!”
Did you hear about the Hindu yogi who was having a filling put in a tooth? When the dentist asked him if he wanted novocaine, the yogi said, “No. I can transcend dental medication.”
What a classroom looks like in 27 countries around the world
From research, students who face certain challenges do better if they give advice to others in that same situation. The key is to give advice, not get it.
Middle School Science Minute
Earth: The Ultimate Recycler
I was recently reading the September, 2018 issue of “Science Scope,” a magazine written for middle school science teachers, published by the National Science Teachers Association.
In this issue, I read the section “From the Editor’s Desk” written by Patty McGinnis. She wrote an article entitled, “Earth: The Ultimate Recycler.” She quotes Wendell Berry – “The Earth is what we all have in common.”
From the Twitterverse:
Wait, You’re Not The Best? http://pedalogical.org/2018/09/22/wait-youre-not-the-best/ …
A hoax that speaks volumes about the unquestioned weight placed on research by PhD’s and a complete,breakdown in fact-checking – a critical skill that need priority in school.
Cross curricular learning in 7th grade ELA today! Discussed allusions with the history of Rosie the Riveter and how the story’s theme connects to the engineering design process. #makingconnections #processvsproduct #rosierevere @OJ_Orioles
Hands down one of the best #edtech tools for students to use in your classroom! Check out this eBook for @Screencastify! Tips from @jmattmiller, @coolcatteacher, & @ericcurts https://www.screencastify.com/ebook/
The world doesn’t need every student to be a “computer geek”, he said, and he encouraged young people to start “building things”. #Education doesn’t encourage creative thinking, says @Apple co-founder #edtech http://bit.ly/2O9KWSk via @computerweekly https://www.computerweekly.com/news/252450046/Education-doesnt-encourage-creative-thinking-says-Apple-co-founder …
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TED-Ed Educator Talks Channel Teaser
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And the actual YouTube Channel:
All kinds of random resources.
Update. Apparently, they were more popular than anticipated. The developers have taken it off line.
Random Thoughts . . .
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