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Saturday, April 20, 2013

Learning, Comfort Zones, Engagement


Watch this video!
 
"Getting stuck is not a problem. Staying stuck
is. Good learners practice getting unstuck, and
here’s how: Turn that around — praise for
progress, don’t praise for perfection.”

 "At times of change, the learners are the ones who
will inherit the world, while the knowers will be beautifully
prepared for a world which no longer exists.”

Sunday, April 14, 2013

3dinosaurs.com


All things learning with
ideas from Cassie Osborne.
 Math,
reading,
fun & inviting,
FREE printables.
Amazing, amazing, amazing!


Monday, April 8, 2013

Election Day is Tomorrow

Thanks in advance
Lawrence County residents
for remembering to go out
and vote tomorrow,
Tuesday April  9th!

Saturday, April 6, 2013

TOOLBOX: Rhyme-A-Week


ABOUT A-Rhyme-A-Week 
The Rhyme-a-Week phonological
awareness program features 30 different nursery rhymes.
 

The phonograms or "rimes" emphasized in the program were
first identified by Richard Wylie & Donald Durrell in
1970. 


Examining a list of 1, 437 words commonly spoken
by children in primary grades
(Murphy, 1957), Wylie & Durrell
identified 37 rimes that accounted for nearly 500 words of Murphy's list.
 

In determining the order of rhymes and rimes to present weekly, 
they follow Fry's (1998) suggested consideration of frequency.


Happy Saturday!


Wednesday, April 3, 2013

"Teach Your Monster to Read" Game

Teach Your Monster to Read

This game's designed to help kids
improve the speed and accuracy with
which they recognize letters & sounds. 
Free,
Colorful,
Safe 

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

TOOLBOX: Common Core Lesson


Army Officer Curtis Price interviews his 10-year-old daughter
Emily Price, at Storycorps' MobileBooth in Fort Bragg, NC.

Looking for authentic text, oral stories, or literature
that's both interesting and appropriate for Common Core lessons?
StoryCorps' Military Voices Initiative has just what you need.

The Military Voices Initiative amplifies the tales of people 
serving in the military through accounts from family
members or the men and women themselves. 
If you take advantage of them with your pupils, we–as a nation–are listening.

 Check out stories on Face Book: https://www.facebook.com/StoryCorps
as well as on Twitter @StoryCorps