Creating Engagement: Thinking Outside the Box When Creating Lesson Plans

by Sarah Coles

Creating Engagement Powerpoint

  • Understanding by Design and Essential Questions

buildings

  • Object Based Learning

space

  • Outdoor Learning

solar oven

  • Adding Creativity to Lessons

Electromagnet

 

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ETEAMSCC.COM Introduction to Web Design

by Kim Moore

  I. Logging In

a)  Go to website: eteamscc.com
b)    Menu Barc)  Between the ‘About ETEAMS’ and ‘Research Logs’ is the Login. If you click on that, you will be able to login to the website in order to add new material or edit material that you’ve already created.
d)   You will immediately go to your profile page.  You can change your password, but this is not necessary or required.
e)   To get to the home page, click on  on the top left corner of the screen.

II. Creating a Research Log: Required Elements

a)  Right next to the link to the home screen, you will see From add new, there is a drop down that says research log.
b)  Name your Log.
c)   In the first open box, you can put text, a picture, or leave it blank.
d)  Discussion: you can choose to allow comments.
e)  More Fields: these coincide with the field notes logs provided in your binder.  You need to write something in each of these fields:  Who We Are,  What We Did, What We Learned, Questions We Have, Connections to Teaching
f)  Categories:  This is found on the right side of the screen. You need to check which of the nine projects that your research log belongs to (for ex: Blue Crab Ecology).
g)  SAVE:  At this point, you can either save as draft or publish.

III. Formatting a Log

toolbar revised

  • alignment
  • font color
  • font size

IV. Editing or Deleting a Log

a)    To get back to a log, you can go to the dashboard and click on all research logs.Editing Logs
b)  If you hover over your log, you will have the options to either edit or trash.

IV. Creating a Research Log: Additional Features

a)  Set Featured Image is found on the bottom right of  the screen.  If you click on that, you can either use an image in the media library or upload your own image.

b)  Linking a Document: Add Media allows you to link a word/pdf document. If you are linking a document, you can name that document.  It is recommended you change the color so that others know that something is linked.

c)  Uploading an Image: Add Media allows you to upload pictures. You can choose pictures from the media library or upload your own pictures. When you upload pictures.  You will have the opportunity to adjust the size before inserting into post.

picture size

d)    Creating a Gallery: If you want to insert multiple pictures at one time, you can go to create gallery (left side of the screen once you start adding media).  You will then:

  • Click on pix you want in gallery.
  • Click create gallery.
  • Go to gallery settings to adjust number of columns
  • Click insert gallery.

Gallery Settings

e) Linking to a Website                            

f) Embedding a YouTube Video

Youtube

  • Share, Embed, Copy Code
  • You need to go from visual to text mode to paste code.  You need to find the correct location within the text mode.

visual text

 

 

Math Circles Meeting: April 18th, 2015

The 5th meeting of the Islander Math Circles, Spring 2015

FacilitatorAubrey Rhoden and Kim Moore

AgendaStochasticity and Coin Flipping

Let’s Do an Experiment!

Coin Flipping

 A Close Look at the Results

  • What is the largest number of heads you had in a row?

  • What is the largest number of tails you had in a row?

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Exploring Probabilities

Exploring Coin Flipping

  • What is the probability of getting 2 heads in a row?

  • What is the probability of getting 3 heads in a row?

  • What is the probability of getting 4 heads in a row?

  • What is the probability of getting a string of 7 heads or 7 tails if you flip a coin 100 times?

Pascals

Pascal’s Triangle and Coin Flipping

More Patterns in Pascal’s Triangle

Fibonacci n-step Number Sequences