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Keeping Our PBL Relevant: A Wrap-Up

I spent several hours today [finally!] grading the PBL that my students completed in January. If you haven’t read the previous 4 posts, here is a quick summary. In groups, students created an infographic about a topic related to chemistry because people don’t like chemistry because it doesn’t feel relevant to their lives.I’d love it if you’d take a look ...

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I Flipped for Flipgrid

Have you tried Flipgrid yet? Based on the activity and love they are getting on Twitter, it seems like just about everyone is trying Flipgrid! My students and I tried out this tool in a lesson this month. Flipgrid allows users to create and submit a short video in response to a prompt. The tool works on laptops and also ...

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Keeping our Chemistry PBL Relevant: Week 4

I wrote three posts in January about the PBL that my PLC is trying out this year. Students are creating infographics about any topic in chemistry that interests them. Read more about the project here and here and here.With half of our PBL-designated time behind us, we revved into high gear with Week 4. Week 4 was primarily designated as ...

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My Most Popular Posts of 2016

Here they are: Thanks for reading! I used elink to make the page I embedded above. It looks pretty cool, doesn’t it? PS I know I need to update some of these comparison posts. That is on my to-do list!

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Provide Web Resources with elink.io

Last night I tried out elink, a tool that allows users to curate web resources and share them as a newsletter, a web page, a link, or embedded in a page. It’s VERY easy to use. Ten minutes after I signed up, I had created my first elink. Here are the steps to creating one: 1. Click Create New and ...

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Hierarchy of Computer Languages

Hierarchy of Computer Languages Points : what is hierarchy of computer languages? briefly explain the characteristics of a high level programming language, advantages of high level language, disadvantage of high level language Programming Language Naturally a language is the source of communication between two persons and also between the person to machine like computer. The language we can use to ...

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Top-Down Programming

Top-Down Programming Points : top-down programming, what is meant by top-down programming, how does top-down program work, disadvantages of top-down programming Top-Down Programming Top-down programming is the opposite of bottom up programming. It refers to the style of programming where an application is constructed starting with a high level description of what it is supposed to do and breaking the ...

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Early Computing Machines and Their Inventors

Early Computing Machines and Their Inventors Points : early computing machines and their inventors, define the early computing machines and their inventors, abacus pascal’s calculator, babbage difference engine, babbage analytical engine, dr. herman hollerith punch curd machine, mark i, enivac, edvac, univac-i Abacus Abacus is a wooden rack holding two horizontal wires with beads strung on them when these beads ...

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Nuggets from the Nearpod Summit

Two weeks ago I got to participate in a Nearpod Summit for their PioNears. One of the main purposes of the summit was to see the projects they are working on and will roll out this year. I wrote about some of those when I returned home. Another of the purposes of the summit was community building. The PioNears are ...

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Keeping our Chemistry PBL Relevant: Week 3

Here is the third installment in a series of posts that will reflect on the chemistry PBL my PLC is trying this semester. Our students are creating infographics to explain the relevant chemistry of any topic they choose. The topics they chose are listed above in the word cloud. You can read the first two posts here and here. So ...

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