Tracy Millar
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iPads in the Classroom : Year 1 Maths | A Macquarie ICT Innovations Centre Project | Cathie Howe & Dr Nerida McCredie | 2012

iPads in the Classroom : Year 1 Maths

Beautiful!    Community Art Project - Racimo

collaborative Each student created 2 or 3 paper and oil pastel tridimensional pieces based on a template a created. After each pieces was assembled, I put them together in a Racimo (a banana bunch!), a hanging art piece.

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"I am" statements for beginning of year - adding pic of student looking up at the statements is very creative. I might do this as it brings language arts in (writing sentences) and fits into the 'I Can' statements that we'll be using.

Scientific inquiry

Investigation Process Anchor Chart in a kindergarten class. But the language is actually quite sophisticated. I could use this with my middle schoolers!

Art Inquiry Subject:  René Magritte. The False Mirror. Le Perreux-sur-Marne, 1928

René Magritte, The False Mirror. Le Faux Miroir presents an enormous lashless eye with a luminous cloud-swept blue sky filling the iris and an opaque, dead-black disc for a pupil.

Geometry for Big Kids Properties of Shapes and Angles from Cool Teaching Tools on TeachersNotebook.com (29 pages)  - Teachers: One of the best ways to learn math is with hands on, fun inquiry that engages the kids in the concepts involved. This CCSS aligned, differentiated,week long geometry lesson delves into the properties of 2 and 3 dimensional shapes and their angle

Teachers: One of the best ways to learn math is with hands on, fun inquiry that engages the kids in the concepts involved. This CCSS aligned,