Pineapple Charts: Learning from Your Peers

This post was originally published October 30, 2015. It was updated with new information on February 26, 2021. Pineapple charts can help educators from missing […]

Using Wakelet to Create Infographics

Infographics allow students to share a lot of information in a visually-pleasing but concise way. While there are lots of tools that you can use […]

Martin Dougiamas speaks about the upcoming features in Moodle 3.2 live on periscope @moodler #Moodle

Dr. Martin Dougiamas, CEO and founder of the Moodle project, speaks about the upcoming features in Moodle 3.2 during a live session on Periscope yesterday. […]

Types of Questions

Are your students expected to ask higher-order thinking questions? Just as reading and writing go hand-in-hand for comprehension, students benefit from asking rigorous questions by in […]

Stoplight Transitions

This transitions handout (or poster) gives students suggestions for words to use when moving into new paragraphs. I like the idea of using certain transitions […]

Charts, Graphs, And Visual STEAM - Teaching The Super Bowl By The Numbers

Source: Asbury Park Press Aside from the physical drama and the halftime theatrics, the Super Bowl provides prime fodder for data analytics. The enormous volume […]

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