- Setting Up Effective Group Work
- Framing Difficult Feedback for Parents
- Extending the Silence
- Socratic Seminars in World Language Classes
- Finding the Beauty of Math Outside of Class
- Encoding Literacy in Computer Science
- Aiding Reading Comprehension With Post-Its
- Will Letter Grades Survive?
- Nurturing Intrinsic Motivation in Students
- Creating a Dysgraphia-Friendly Classroom
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Category Archives: Technology in the Classroom
On Friday, MHS microbiology teacher Gerry Meloche contacted me to say that there was considerable excitement in his class. For a microscope exercise requiring students to identify paramecia, he had added a new dimension. The students were using their iPhones … Continue reading
The I.T. Team asked our Fine Arts Department to guest blog about the many ways students acquire valuable technology skills through their courses. “Having a diversity of perspectives leads to better decision-making, more relevant products, and makes work a whole … Continue reading
In my last blog post I collected some varying opinions about online courses. I was inspired to do so by two recent conversations. I was at a meeting when the subject of how online courses would play at Mercy came up. One … Continue reading
This season’s basketball team distinguished itself on the court as Catholic League and Regional Champs. They also tied a school record with 25 victories. As the girls racked up the points on the court, their two managers Kailey, and … Continue reading