Jenn McAdoo

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Recent Posts by Jenn

Sat Feb 11, 2012 1:57 PM in Technology in your science lessons
Hi everyone! I love to hear about all the great ways teachers are incorporting technology in innovative ways in their classrooms. If you are not able to offer interactive technology in the classroom itself, the students can still download Smart products on their computer at home. I wrote a grant a few years back to bring interactive technology into my classroom and it has made a huge impact on ...

Fri Feb 10, 2012 10:26 PM in Literary text to Support Science Instruction
There are some amazing trade books that you can order called iopeners. They are leveled so you can use them in guided reading groups. Our school purchased them and theyare great for teaching text features. They are just the right hook to catch hesitant readers. Also, National Geographic Explorer Magazine for elementary students are not costly and provide a full months full of science and langu...

Fri Feb 10, 2012 8:54 PM in AMNH's Journey to the Stars
Carolyn, I am very interested in the free open source software you noted in your post. Have you experienced any issues with these and were you able to load the programs onto your school based computers? Thanks for any insight you can share!





Recent Reviews by Jenn


Fri Feb 10, 2012 9:18 PM
4 This site "rocks"!
I have used a number of these activities with my 5th grade class and they all loved the edible earth! The linked videos and acess to the museum site make it relevent to my students as we are located nearby and students can plan a visit with their families as well. http://www.amnh.org/education/resources/rfl/web/earthmag/peek/pages/edible.htm


Mon Jan 09, 2012 9:23 PM
4 SciPack review
This is a very appropriate resource for High School level content, but at time the curriculum was way above the average Elementary level. I participted to help bulid my content knowledge, but at times was even more confused than when I began. Although I understand the necessity of in depth investigations and criteria, I wish there were levels of content delivery which educators could select based on state standards. Overall it was very descriptive, but lacked interactivity at times. I appreciate the auditory component and the ability to view animations.






Recent Public Collections by Jenn


Schoolyard Science

12 Resources

Resources to help establish a student- centered school yard habitat that is engaging and correlated to state standards.



Cloud_Cookery.pdf
Type: User uploaded resource



Cloud_ID.pdf
Type: User uploaded resource



Earth and Space Systems

11 Resources

These resources were selected to help engauge students and to help scaffold their learning. Content will help increase teacher knowledge.



How tall or how deep
Type: User uploaded resource



Food_Web_Example.JPG
Type: User uploaded resource