I am a K-4 teacher with the Vancouver School District (formerly teaching in Surrey Schools). With 30+ years of experience and a bunch of improvements along the way, I still have so much more to learn. This blog is a way to help me process and share all that I'm discovering on my quest to be the best educator I can be.
Sunday, August 24, 2014
Animal Research Task Cards
I have created some animal research task cards as part of my iTunes U course entitled Animal Research in a Primary Classroom. If you are interested in using them with your students feel free to download them here. If you are curious about the course, which is not yet searchable in the iTunes store, contact me directly for more information.
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Once again you have raised the bar for me! I love this - it takes what I have been doing to a whole new level. I would love to try this in my class this year. I tried to download the task cards but of course my google drive needs updating and I need an administrator's password to do that - hopefully when we get back I can get it worked out and look more carefully at these cards. Thanks again for sharing your knowledge with us! You are truly a leader in our field.ReplyDelete
Thank you for your kind words Sarah. These task cards are actually part of a larger iTunes U course that you may find helpful as well to share with your students. Or baring that I can help you create an iTunes U course of what you are doing with your students. I am a bit concerned that you can't access these cards because your Google Drive needs an update. Google Drive can be accessed from an iPad app, or from a web browser. Hmm. KarenDelete
awesome Karen! Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Thank you Lora. As you know it's my pleasure to share. I learn from those who share with me too.Delete
I love this idea and we do a large animal unit and research project as part of our curriculum. Like the poster above said, you have raised the bar for me as we have not utilized an iTunes course as of yet. I would love to give this a try if you don't mind sharing your course. Thank you for all of your wonderful posts! I love checking in to see what you are doing with your class!! My email is firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Thank you Sara. I will be in contact.Delete