Trying to figure out what to watch. It’s either Christmas movies or serial killer documentaries. Either way, we slayin (sleighin).
I dropped a copy of “A Christmas Carol” on my foot.
- It hurts like the Dickens.
I got hit in the head with a drum.
- I think I have a percussion
I have no idea what borrowing language is, but I’ll take your word for it.
My battery has two large bumps on it. Upon testing, one came back positive. I hope it’s not terminal.
My friend went bald years ago, but still carries a comb with him.
- He just can’t part with it.
My friend found out his girlfriend is really a ghost.
- He had his suspicions the moment she walked through the door.
Dry erase boards are remarkable!
Middle School Science Minute
Middle School Science Minute: Conducting Science Labs in a Virtual World Part 3
I was recently reading the November/December 2020 issue of “Science Scope” a publication for middle school teachers from the National Science Teaching Association.
In this issue, I read “The Online Teacher“ column written by Denise Wright. Her article was entitled “Conducting Science Labs in a Virtual World.”
This is the third in a three-part series on the three strategies for conducting science labs in the virtual world.
Part 1 — Virtual Simulations
Part 2 — Science at Home
Part 3 — Use of Data Sets
Data sets are a great way to get students to analyze scientific data. Online science courses can contain virtual labs that can be applied to real life applications. In the online world, students have the opportunity to create their own experiments, analyze data, and participate in meaningful learning.
Reports from the Front Lines
- Student reports that Mr. McGirr needs to do more work.
- Siblings signing in.
- Second Monitor for Teachers
The camera on one of my student’s computer was broken today. Every three minutes he would unmute and say “I’m still here even if you can’t see me…don’t forget me!” Blessings during stressful times!
Took some time to create an Among Us review game that uses google slides and @PearDeck, it could be used for any subject! feel free to use and adapt it for your use. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1_TmwW4iRi6fLQAbtvzX8aeuq87ivpc6j?usp=sharing…
Teacher Burnout in the Pandemic
#mschat every Thursday at 8:00 pm Eastern Standard Time. And as Troy says, “The Twitter never stops!”
Hidden in Plain Sight: The Ghosts of Segregation
Vestiges of racism and oppression, from bricked-over segregated entrances to the forgotten sites of racial violence, still permeate much of America’s built environment.
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