Charles Eick

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Recent Posts by Charles

Wed Apr 13, 2016 3:58 PM in assessing students
Hi Arrie, You may want to look at the following fairly cheap used text on Amazon called Active Assessment for Active Science: http://www.amazon.com/Active-Assessment-Science-Elementary-T...0435083619 It gives checklists, rubrics, and many other ways to assess students from their 'doing' of science and active learning. It particularly goes well with the kit curriculum like Science and Tec...

Wed Apr 13, 2016 3:52 PM in Gifted Learners
Hi Myesha, Have you thought about having more complex and challenging tasks for them to do? Not just additional work, but this could be part of the regular work for them ---- in other words, you substitute problems/tasks/assignments so that gifted are doing one thing while others are doing something else. Of course, you can give gifted an additional challenge when they are done with the regular...

Mon Apr 04, 2016 9:05 AM in Parent Communication
This is when I find out who are next of kin. I have contacted Aunts, Uncles, and grandparents in the past. Then word gets back to the parents often enough.





Recent Public Collections by Charles




The Constructivist Learning Model
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Modifying Cookbook Labs: A different way of teaching a standard laboratory engages students and promotes understanding
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Differentiation Through Choice: Using a Think-Tac-Toe for Science Content
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Supporting Special Students: Including special needs students in the science classroom
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