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Google Cardboard: The Next Big Thing in Ed Tech?

content discovered on Monday, February 08, 2016

I first heard about Google Cardboard on the Cult of Pedagogys podcast about new educational technology. So what is it and what does it do? Google Cardboard turns your phone into a 3D virtual reality device. You can download movies that will transport you into the jungle, the streets of Paris, a beach, or the [] The post Google Cardboard: The Next Big Thing in Ed Tech? appeared first on David Rickert. read more »

Mini-Timed Writings: Getting Students to Write ...

content discovered on Sunday, January 17, 2016

We all know that the best way to improve our students writing is by having them write more. However, its no fun to think about grading all of those extra papers, especially when you already have piles of stuff already to grade. The back log can get pretty unmanageable and frustrating, especially when you have [] The post Mini-Timed Writings: Getting Students to Write More Without More Grading appeared first on David Rickert. read more »

Friday Five – Five things I remember about PE a...

content discovered on Friday, January 15, 2016

This weeks Friday Five is 5 things I remember about Physical Education classes at school. 1. The PE kit I went to an independent girls school, so we had a truly hideous PE kit yellow aertex t-shirts with brown PE knickers urgh. To make matters worse, we had to store our PE kits [] read more »

How to Grade Faster

content discovered on Wednesday, January 06, 2016

I dont know a single teacher who would rather grade than teach (and if you do, give me your address. Ill send you a large package with a self-addressed stamped envelope with some essays. Thanks!) However, grading essays, tests, and homework is part of the responsibility of being a teacher. If students would simply learn [] The post How to Grade Faster appeared first on David Rickert. read more »

Aspergers Education Strategies

content discovered on Saturday, January 02, 2016

by: Dave Angel Children with Aspergers need certain things in order to receive a proper Aspergers education. Their behavior is hard to understand for some parents, but once they gain a better understanding of children with Aspergers, they can begin to help their children the way that they need help. Here are a few suggestions that can help parents help their students with Aspergers.� Don't expect eye contact. Their lack of eye contact has nothing to do with disrespect, but it has everything to do with t... read more »

Missing the ole "free" Tori

content discovered on Tuesday, December 29, 2015

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3 New Year’s Resolutions for Teachers

content discovered on Sunday, December 27, 2015

Right now Im about halfway through my winter break. I had a little bit of schoolwork to do, but I finished it up on the first Monday so I could spend my time doing all the things I never seem to have quite enough time to do as I would like to read for [] The post 3 New Years Resolutions for Teachers appeared first on David Rickert. read more »

Holiday Giveaways!

content discovered on Saturday, December 19, 2015

The holidays are almost upon us, and Im in the giving spirit. Ive had a terrific year and I hope yours has been too. If you join my email list, youll be sent three days of freebies next week starting on Monday and some of them are my most popular items. Sign up now by [] The post Holiday Giveaways! appeared first on David Rickert. read more »

Teaching Similes and Metaphors With Emily Dicki...

content discovered on Thursday, December 10, 2015

I read once that a reliable indicator of a persons intelligence is their ability to understand metaphors. I dont know if this is true or not, but helping students understand similes and metaphors is one of the most valuable lessons we can teach them. For one thing, the English language is full of metaphors-its always [] The post Teaching Similes and Metaphors With Emily Dickinson appeared first on David Rickert. read more »

Christmas Can Be Stressful. Relax With A Gift F...

content discovered on Monday, December 07, 2015

Merry Christmas! I LOVE Christmas and I LOVE teachers! So, Ive been working hard to come up with a gift for you that is totally Pinterest-worthy and completely FREE! Of course, like with all the products I create, I need to make sure that it is kid-approved. I had some kids handy so we tried... Read More The post Christmas Can Be Stressful. Relax With A Gift From Me To You! appeared first on DIY Farmwife. read more »

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