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Visual Concept Map Notes

September 16, 2013


When learning about a topic it is important to record what you’ve learned. There are many ways to go about doing this.  We are probably most familiar with written notes.  The place of choice for most of us right now is Google Drive or G-Docs as the kids on the street are calling it. (: […]

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Google Reader: Bringing the Web to You

May 24, 2013


EDIT:  Google Reader is deceased.  : (  Feedly is a good alternative that does a similar job.  I also still use Pulse and Flipboard on my iPad to view my feeds. Google Reader is a great way to bring website articles and blog posts from you favorite sites to one site that you can check […]

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Filtering Twitter with Tweetdeck

March 22, 2013


What should you do with the river of Tweets that are now flooding your browser? Tweetdeck is one great app/site that allows you to filter the Twitterverse and find relevant information from other Twitter users. Filtering Twitter with Tweetdeck Good luck finding your niche and network!

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What Should I Tweet?

March 21, 2013

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What do people Tweet about? Great thoughts that must be shared. Blog posts or articles you have written. Sharing articles or sources of information you come across. Re-tweeting tweets that you think your Followers would benefit from. Mr. Fox’s guide on “What to Tweet.” . Twitter Intro – Filtering Twitter with Tweetdeck Any questions or […]

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Cool Science Topic Boards with Pinterest

February 23, 2013


I wanted a visually appealing way to share cool links and sites I came across with my students and other teachers.  I am giving Pinterest a try and so far I am very happy with the ease of use and the way the boards look. Check out the Pinterest Overview, Mr. Fox’s Pinterest Home Page, […]

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CooL TooLs

February 14, 2013


Knowing and using the right tool for the job can save you time and allow you to effectively perform a task. There are two definitions of “tool” that I am referring to: (mainly the first for now) Dictionary:  Tool an implement, especially one held in the hand, as a hammer,saw, or file, for performing or facilitating mechanical operations. anything used as a means of accomplishing a task or purpose Every job has it’s own set of tools Chef:  knife, garlic press, rolling pin […]

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Procedure: Bunsen Burner Coffee

January 8, 2013


 Ever wonder how to make delicious Bunsen Burner coffee? . Purpose – Procedure – Data Table – Graph – Conclusion

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Data Tables: Time-Temp-Coffee Drinkability

January 5, 2013


Creating Data Tables using Google Spreadsheets  FANCY Data Tables using Google Spreadsheets . Purpose – Bunsen Burner Coffee – Procedure – Graph – Conclusion

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