Tag Archives: Google

Research Lesson Series: Part 2

Even with options, students will still use Google for research. Especially for everyday searches. For the second post in the series I want to share a few advance options in Google that will help students search in a more efficient … Continue reading

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Research Lesson Series: Part 1

In 2011, I read an interesting article, “Clive Thompson on Why Kids Can’t Search.” The article highlights a habit that I see today in my students. I fondly call it “page one syndrome.” Clive Thompson’s article delves into the subject … Continue reading

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Writing Process: Word Choice

I grade essays with the six traits of writing model. Yes, I know that there is a +1 now, but I continue to use the original six for my instruction. This post isn’t about the traits, but to share a … Continue reading

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Edorble: Virtual Classroom

I wanted to share a new virtual application with you, Edorble. First, Edorble is in beta. Expect rough spots as you interact with the application. But even at this stage Edorble is useful for a virtual classroom. I met Gabe … Continue reading

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Create a Lesson with Symbaloo

Symbaloo is a great way to share bookmarks, but with a little creativity a webmix can become an online lesson or workshop.  I created a vocabulary workshop that educators could participate in without my instruction.  I use the webmix in … Continue reading

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