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What days are the busiest in the Maternity Ward?


This lesson can be used as part of your unit on reproduction, a stand alone lesson to practice collecting and analyzing data, or as part of a math lesson on statistics. 79 more words

Life Science

NatGeo Map Maker - free maps to use in your classroom

NatGeo has a wonderful website that allows you to select any US state, foreign country, continent, or geographic region and download/print maps for free.

How can you use maps in the science classroom? 100 more words

Collecting Data

Privacy 2015 Part II: Find Out How Invisible Trackers Collect Your Information

We hear, over and over, about how people are tracked online. Now we have a way to watch for ourselves and learn. Download Ghostery and let it tell you who is keeping track of your data. 369 more words

Parents And Technology

Google Survey & Needs Assessments

As school employees we hear about data regularly. This can seem like a daunting topic for schools counselors. At my middle school we had two new counselors, myself included, and one who has been at the school for several years. 294 more words

School Counseling

Easing Interview Tension

Interviews. They can be highly powerful or, let’s face it, incredibly awkward. What makes an interview awkward? Is it the interviewer, the interviewee? While it could be both, it is the responsibility of the interviewer to ease any tension. 211 more words


Using Real-Time Data: NOAA & Tides

I love when we have an opportunity to collect real-time data in class, as part of our unit on tides, we used NOAA’s website ( 224 more words

Earth Science

Collecting Information — Even From Selfies?

There seems to be a way to collect information about — well — everything.

Now that includes our images, and more specifically the selfies that we informally snap and share. 223 more words

Parents And Technology