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Heartland Middle School Construction

Heartland Middle School is taking shape as the curved steel is set into place.  The 150,000 SF project will house students from 6 to 8th grades in the ever growing Edmond School District.  53 more words

Projects

Students Proud to Share ePortfolios on Innovate 2015

During Innovate 2015  showcase time, a group of Middle School and Grade 9 students shared their ePortfolio blogs. They were so proud of their work and eager to explain. 306 more words

High School

We Learn More When We Share: Conference Tips

Graded School‘s Innovate 2015 Conference was hosted in our campus last week. Innovate is just about that: “innovating” and re-imagining” the school.  Such description was very true to the real innovation spirit of the presentations from guest speakers and teachers. 1,096 more words

High School

Re-IMAGINING School at Innovate 2015

WHAT IS INNOVATION?

Innovation in education is not as simple as introducing a new tech tool to your classroom. Innovation is an intentional change that aims to increase student engagement and student learning. 264 more words

High School

Connecting Percents and Fractions

Not understanding mathematics can be extremely frustrating for students.  As a teacher, figuring out how to help students understand mathematics can be just as frustrating.  My primary go-to resource for these situations is Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics, by John Van de Walle et. 742 more words

Teaching

Upcoming Schedule/Role

Two days ago my supervisor met with me to discuss a change in my schedule. Effective today, I am no longer co-teaching in classrooms. It was determined at a student’s IEP meeting that I will provide one-on-one support for him to monitor his inappropriate behaviors in 4 of his 8 classes. 539 more words

Experience

Empowering Students with In-N-Out Burger

The following is a reflection on a 3-Act task I modeled for an 8th grade teacher last week.  The 3-Act is In-N-Out Burger from Robert Kaplinsky… 1,183 more words

Teaching