Brad Daniell

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Recent Posts by Brad

Wed Aug 03, 2011 9:13 AM in Measurments Inquiry Activity
Thank you! Those activities look great. I will be sure to use them in the classroom. I really liked the crime scene investigation activity.

Tue Aug 02, 2011 2:13 PM in Measurments Inquiry Activity
Friends, I am looking for an inquiry-based lab on measurement to do with my gifted 8th grade students in physical science. Does anybody have any good ideas for this? I don't want them to be bored b/c I know measurement can be boring, so maybe doing a hands-on inquiry-based activity the students will be interested and engaged. Thanks in advance.

Fri Jul 22, 2011 4:31 PM in New Teacher Question
Hey guys, I I'll be teaching 8th grade gifted physical science this year. I am in my 2nd year, but first with gifted students. I am thinking of doing a sponge activity and a ticket out the door on a daily basis. Is this too much? I know for sure the sponge activity will be daily, but the ticket out of the door may not be. I am trying to figure out how to grade them. I do not have time everyday ...