Love the Jelly picture? Where did you get it? I have some similar ones that I took at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
As a language arts teacher, do you have much opportunity to collaborate with your math, science and history teachers? Building interdisciplinary lessons provides students with some powerful learning opportunities but it can be hard to always do those by yourself.
Hi Katy - So glad you joined the MSP2 network. I see that you choose "other" for what discipline you teach. Our main audience are math and science teachers but we're having lots of folks join that are outside our main audience. We do have lots of resources for middle school math and science teachers - look at the left side of the Main page - Math and Science Online Publications, Diigo lists, and three project blogs where we highlight exemplary online resources - Exemplary Resources for Middle School Math, Polar News and Notes, and Science and Connecting News with the National Science Education Standards.
We’ve also started holding free Elluminate-based webinars through the MSP2 project - you can see all the details at http://www.msteacher2.org/events. These webinars are the start of an ongoing series that will touch on topics from A to Z. We are going to try to have at least two per month. Some of these are not specific to math and science. Do you have any other ideas for topics that you think we should address?
Interactive Notebooks - 7/29
Moodle for Middle School - 8/5
Digital Storytelling - 8/12
Wikis for the Classroom - 8/19
Hope you get involved – welcome! Kim
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