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For Dedication, Creativity and Excellence in the Creation of the 2014 - 2015

Social Studies Curriculum Unit Guides

Apps I Love...

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These are apps your students can use to create products that reflect their understanding of content. Apps for Geography.jpg
These apps directly engage your students in content. They make excellent "Jeopardy" contests.
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These are apps I use to introduce coding. We start with Scratch Jr.
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These are apps I use for assessment and classroom management. Class Dojo is a school favorite.

Parent Engagement - June 2015

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Week - by - Week Plan - 2016

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Coding.Org- Our First Graduates!

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Congratulations to all our graduates in class 2B!

Code.Org - Schedule 2016

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Eight Pathways to Every Student Success
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New York State K-12 Social Studies Framework - Key Components

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Norman Webb's 2005 Depth of Knowledge Wheel21st Century Tools in the DoK Wheel
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Webb's Depth of Knowledge Guide

Project-Based Learning

We are exploring Social Studies using Project-Based Learning protocols. Click on the link below for more information.
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Buck Institute for Education

Thinking Like An Historian

Our students look closely at key events in history, searching for answers to our overall essential question, "How have key events in history impacted the lives of the people who experienced them?" Our overall focus is on the PEOPLE in history, not dates or events alone. We believe that if we understand more about the people before us, we will learn more about ourselves.

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Wisconsin Historical Society