Category Archives: Science

Digital Notebooks with OneNote

In August, Will Swihart, science teacher at West Middle, was looking for a digital notebook solution. Students in science record their daily work into a composition notebook, maintaining a table of contents and reflecting on their past work as they … Continue reading

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Bringing Works of Art into the Classroom

At the beginning of February, Google launched a new tool called the Google Art Project. Using their mapping interface, they have created a space where anyone can navigate virtually though museums like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Gallery … Continue reading

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Making meaning through media – the online poster-maker Glogster

Recently I heard of a great collaborative project between science teacher Jody Eisele and library media specialist Kristin Ruzicka at West Middle School.  Jody’s 6th grade science students learned all about biomes and information literacy while researching elements to include … Continue reading

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