Using the book “The War With Grandpa” by Robert Kimmel Smith, students explore thoughts about families, the elderly, and conflict resolution.
Students are told that they will have an opportunity to communicate with Jan Brett, via the e-mailing of a class letter. Anticipation of the author’s answer to the class e-mail […]
Discussing favorite authors with children such as Gary Paulsen comes very naturally. It helps students make strong connections to literature.
Using the book “Little House in the Big Woods” by Laura Ingalls Wilder, students gain information about an early American family as they and the teacher read together. Students write […]
Planning Guide Creating Learner-Focused Schools * Madison-Oneida BOCES- This document may not be reproduced in any form without the expressed written consent of the District Superintendent or his designee. LU […]
Each student team receives a packet to collect colors, sounds and water samples and capture them on video. Each discipline then uses the data for “inspiration” on a particular project […]
Explain to students that the 100th day of school is approaching. Briefly explain some of the upcoming activities. To begin, ask students to sit still and quiet for 100 seconds (not […]
New York State Academy for Teaching and Learning LEARNING EXPERIENCE TITLE OF THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE: REVISED FINAL DRAFT: Letter Writing – grade 4 by Pam Joswick & Grace Vento-Zogby 1. LEARNING […]
Title III Technology Literacy Challenge Grant Learning Experience LE Title: Anatomical Cardiac Assessment Author(s): Sara Nicolette & Lori Franklin Grade Level: post secondary(also applicable to high school anatomy & physiology […]
Students create a working model of a machine to solve a problem, or answer a questions, of their choice. They are required to use the steps in the scientific method […]