If you're worn out and need a break, skip a panel you don't care too much about, find a comfy spot, and relax for an hour. Just try not to fall asleep in convention center all night - they don't like that.
The Danish Monarchy can be traced back more than 1000 years. The Queen of Denmark, Margrethe II, is therefore able to count kings like Gorm the Old (deceased 958) and Harald Bluetooth (deceased 987) among her ancestors. Read more about the Danish Monarchy http://denmark.dk/en/society/monarchy/
When I first started my makerspace at Stewart Middle Magnet School back in January of 2014, I was figuring everything out as I went along. The term was still brand new, I couldn’t find any maker sessions at conferences, and there... Read More ›
Since I first started my Makerspace at Stewart Middle Magnet School in January 2014, I have received a lot of positive feedback. I’ve given talks, presented at conferences, and shared about our experiences through my blog and through social media. Some of the questions I am most frequently asked are: Why should makerspaces be in … … Continue reading →
FREE - Students will practice sentence structure with these picture prompts of kids doing a variety of things. Students will write the naming part, the telling part, and then combine both parts to write a simple sentence.
Students write a noun in the center of the flower and use the petals to write adjectives that describe it. Use the idea in conjunction with a book you are reading, a character study, or a way to learn about Spring.
Many symptoms of dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia and dyspraxia overlap. Find out more at the dyslexia conference this Saturday and the resources available to students (go to DyslexicKids.net for more details about the 3rd Annual Dyslexia Symposium).