Science, UDL, and Lesson Design (Maker Experiment 2)

This post is a revision of the original experiment I posted two weeks ago. The main purpose of this is to add more elements of Universal Design for Learning and to elaborate more on the process used to help students build their own understanding of speed based on experimentation. Additions This activity will have aRead More

Where is all the time? #ds106 #4life

I saw a post this afternoon about a new section of #ds106 starting for a five-week summer course. I've dabbled in the Daily Creates from time to time, which included my very first-ever animated GIF, and I've enjoyed those a lot. I've decided that I'm going to jump in these next five weeks as anRead More

Adaptive Science Curriculum

I've been following Dan Meyer for about 15 months. I don't teach math, but the way he talks about teaching math makes me want to teach it. If you're not familiar with his writing and development of Three Act Math, you should read the linked post and go check out his site dedicated to freeRead More

Spring Service Projects

This spring, I'm asking my homeroom students to perform some type of service project. The type of project is up to them, but I've encouraged them to think as locally as they can. Whether that's the school or the neighborhood they live in doesn't matter to me. I have a couple that already have ideasRead More