For most of us, a quick trip to the grocery store might be the biggest outing we’ve had lately. But Shari Nichols’s High Desert Middle School art students had a personalized tour of the Guggenheim in New York City last Continue reading Taking a Virtual Field Trip
Definitely, do not judge this post by the title. Vocabulary.com is interactive, (it can be) collaborative, and FUN! The site has long been around as an online dictionary and thesaurus. Basic uses that quite frankly, most teachers would not consider Continue reading Vocabulary.com
Melinda Brown is the ELL specialist at Elk Meadow Elementary. She uses the quiz builder tool Socrative to manage the large amounts of data that she and the rest of her team gather when working with students. One of the Continue reading Innovation Spotlight – Academic Language Acquisition Using Socrative
If you are looking for a quick way to record audio and upload it in a QR code, email it, or put it in a Google form, then Vocaroo is something you need to try. I was able to record myself Continue reading Vocaroo | Online voice recorder
Short story- Go to this link and browse from hundreds of instructional strategies that will work in your classroom. Long story- Several of us in the Instruction Technology department have been contributing members to the Oregon Education Technology Cadre for Continue reading Check out this HUGE instructional Strategies Database!
Title: Comparative Adjectives Subject: ELL/Geography/Continents By: Jeff Yacuk, ELL Teacher, High Desert and Sky View Middle Schools Grade Level: Grades 6-8 Learning Goal: Students will identify 7 continents and be able to distinguish differences between them using newly introduced “describing words” Continue reading Comparative Adjectives