Susan Duderstadt

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Recent Posts by Susan

Fri Jul 01, 2016 6:34 PM in assessing students
Hi Amanda, I'm not in a real classroom yet, and I won't be for another year or two (I'm a mid-career changer in an MAT program). However, over the last 12 years I have done A LOT of science lab-related volunteer work at my kids' schools, and at a local summer program for at risk kids. Hopefully all of this will come in handy when I become a "real" teacher.

Fri Jul 01, 2016 12:33 PM in assessing students
Amanda, that's a fantastic idea. My teenager loves video assignments--and does them whenever she can. I was interested in learning a little more about the logistics of how you do this. For example, are students doing all of the filming and editing in class, or some at home. Are they using a camera, or cell phones or other? iMovie or other editing software? One of the things my daughter a...

Thu Jun 30, 2016 9:24 PM in Formative assessments
Thanks, Kyrston, for these fantastic resources. I was sad to see that Zaption is no longer going to be available in a couple months. But I stumbled upon Edpuzzle, which seems promising for people who want to use "flipped classrooms" or assign videos online. It allows teachers to customize youtube videos, insert questions, record audio, and assess student learning. It appears to be free. ...