Tag Archives: tools

Another Year of Tweets

If you’re looking for a starting point when researching anything to do with education, check out my 2015 Tweets posts in the Resources section. Here you’ll find a categorized recap of my tweets (@profNancyNelson) for the last year. From active … Continue reading

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Providing Meaningful Feedback

Giving meaningful, constructive feedback is one of the more difficult tasks that we have to do as teachers. To maintain objectivity, we often choose to use rubrics (usually with explanatory comments), but sometimes that just doesn’t convey the depth and … Continue reading

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Using Animoto

Came across a PBL posting today about having students use various tools to document the research, progress and results of physical science and chemistry projects. One of the tools mentioned is Animoto, an online program that “automatically produces beautifully orchestrated, … Continue reading

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