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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jerri-Ann Archer Oct 22, 2015. 3 Replies

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Jerri-Ann Archer replied to Lenni D. Nedley's discussion Technology
"Besides the library and the smart boards in each class, the school I am at doesn't provide much access to technology nor does it offer creative ways to use it. I don't think robotic education is it, but I also do notice that with my…"
Oct 22, 2015
Stormy Hunter replied to Lenni D. Nedley's discussion Technology
"In the elementary school that I work in, we are VERY limited to the availability of technology.  Our 185 students have to share around 80 laptops and chromebooks.  And when we do get to use them, it is for a short period of time."
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"As we look into the upcoming school year, I question whether or not the focus of the high school's computer and technology education courses are preparing our students for the workforce. Should we as educators expect our students to acquire…"
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As PDE grapples with the Keystone Civics and Government exam, today makes me wonder how many educators could pass the citizenship exam.  Hmmm!http://www.uscis.gov/us-citizenship/naturalization-testorhttp://citizenshipfirst.us/exam/See More
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Conversation Gap?

It is the first day of school.  A kindergarten teacher is calling the names of her students as any other year.  She keeps repeating the name Johnny.  No response.  As she concludes her roster, one child remains nameless.  It is Johnny.  However, he does not know his first name, because everyone at home calls him by his nickname-J-Boy. As teachers and principals talk about what is needed to help prepare students better for first grade, the topic of vocabulary and conversation emerges.  Does…See More
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Citizen

Posted on July 4, 2015 at 4:28pm 0 Comments

As PDE grapples with the Keystone Civics and Government exam, today makes me wonder how many educators could pass the citizenship exam.  Hmmm!

http://www.uscis.gov/us-citizenship/naturalization-test
or
http://citizenshipfirst.us/exam/

Conversation Gap?

Posted on June 23, 2015 at 11:25pm 0 Comments

It is the first day of school.  A kindergarten teacher is calling the names of her students as any other year.  She keeps repeating the name Johnny.  No response.  As she concludes her roster, one child remains nameless.  It is Johnny.  However, he does not know his first name, because everyone at home calls him by his nickname-J-Boy. 

As teachers and principals talk about what is needed to help prepare students better for first grade, the topic of vocabulary and conversation…

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At 10:57am on December 3, 2012, Tomi Waters said…

Lenni,

     I enjoyed your class presentation--so thoughtful and compelling!

At 6:08am on November 26, 2012, Mary Grace Stutzman said…

Thanks for the great resource for first grade! I  found loads of helpful stuff!

 
 
 

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