Summer Teacher Feature: Chilese & Witter

What kind of PD did you attend? On July 31 and August 1, Natalie and I attended the CUE Rockstar Camp at Minarets High School. Other than a little heat and smoke (couldn’t see the nearby Sierra), it was a beautiful site. I’ve been to several Rockstar Camps on my own, but if you’re interested in … Continue reading Summer Teacher Feature: Chilese & Witter

Summer Teacher Feature: Tim Newman

What have you been learning about this summer? For the 1st part of summer, I worked on research projects with O’Dowd students for the Ecology Project International at Yellowstone, where we: Ran a long-term study on the number of "ungulates" i.e. hoofed mammals the ecosystem can maintain (National Park Service Bison Team) Conducted a new … Continue reading Summer Teacher Feature: Tim Newman

Summer Teacher Feature: Ray Lehner

What have you been learning about this summer? The main focus of the USS Midway summer workshop was about World War II in the Pacific. We got daily tours of the ship so we saw the inner workings of an aircraft carrier, engine room, flight deck, combat operations, hangar deck, the bridge, the magazine, how planes … Continue reading Summer Teacher Feature: Ray Lehner

Curation Tools

Written by Dr. Diana Neebe I just returned from the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) national conference in Chicago [with Dr. Colette Roche & Gavin Maeda] where I learned about some exciting new tools for the English classroom and saw a few tools that have been around for a couple years being used … Continue reading Curation Tools

Why I Love Station Rotation

In this learning model, groups of students rotate among “learning centers”—self-contained sections of a classroom where they can engage in various collaborative, directed, and/or independent learning activities (EdSurge 2017).

T3 February: What’s Working?

In past T3 meetings, we've never had a good chunk of time dedicated to talking about the work that our teachers are doing in the classroom, so this month, we focused solely on sharing what has been working well. Creativity Assign projects that create a sense of self by: Mr. Kris Koller, Religious Studies Department … Continue reading T3 February: What’s Working?