Education Week Teacher: What Neuroscience Tells Us About Deepening Learning Teachers are brain-changers. As I’ve described in a previous article , our daily work physically alters students’ neural networks. The more frequently a student’s brain retrieves and connects information, the better the chance that the student will recall it quickly and accurately. The strongest-and most […]
Today, I used Wordle to create word clouds for each of our fiction genres. As you probably know, we’ve been working to organize our fiction by genre. These will be used to label the shelves for each section. What do you think?
Here are the top five things you should know about the College Board’s new college planning site: Your account is still here. Continue to use the same College Board username and password you’ve been using. Get to your account by clicking the My Organizer toolbar at the bottom of every page. The tools you’ve used […]
Today’s Hunger Games question anyone can answer: Who was your favorite tribute and why? The reaping for prizes will be on Monday. May the odds be ever in your favor!
This post includes links to articles about evaluating information found on the Internet, improving students’ search skills, World History Day, and The Hunger Games fight against world hunger, which the library is participating in by collecting non-perishable food for local food banks and fine money will go to World Food Program USA. PLEASE encourage your […]