Danielle Cadenhead

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Recent Posts by Danielle

Fri Dec 09, 2016 9:28 PM in Teaching the Seasons
This is an awesome idea! Thanks for sharing! Another pretty awesome way for students to experiment and explore different seasons is a program called Gizmos. Unfortunately, you do have to have a subscription, but it is definitely worth it! Students are able to explore how the position of the Earth and the degree of its axis affect weather and the seasons. Students are able to manipulate the progr...

Fri Dec 09, 2016 9:25 PM in First Day of School Science Activities
I absolutely LOVE this activity! Not only is this a much better ice breaker than "Three truths and a lie," but it also fosters immediate collaboration amongst your students! Another fun spin-off of this activity would be for them to use this later in the year with content. Students could be provided a prompt such as, "List what you know about force and motion." Students would then list everythi...

Fri Dec 09, 2016 9:19 PM in Engagement for the lesson
I have never heard of Flocabulary. It is nice to see that they have the videos separated by content areas along with the different grade levels. This makes it seem like it will be easy to navigate. It crushes me when good resources have to be bought in order to use. Hopefully the school I am in would be willing to purchase a subscription in order to better benefit the teachers and the students...