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Learning Technology & Tech Observations by Dr. Helen Teague

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Weekend Ed Quote~September 8

There are people in your life whom  you unknowingly inspire simple by being you

You’ve made it through Week 1 or Week 2 or Week 3.

You are leading a learning parade!

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PBS on Facebook

PBS TeacherLine has a Facebook page! The page has course descriptions, teaching tips and encouragement!

PBS TeacherLine’s high quality, standards-based graduate-level courses offer teachers the professional development opportunities they need in an accessible online format that makes learning fun, flexible and collaborative.

Click here to “Like” and join the conversation!

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Integrate Common Core Standards with PBS Learning Media

Looking to integrate the Common Core State Standards into your teaching this year? Let PBS LearningMedia support your efforts. Start with these featured resources, then sign up for full access – anytime, anywhere:

Different Kind of Fuel, Grades 6-12 Use the specialized vocabulary presented in this video clip to help your students build proficiency while learning about the massive energy source that is the sun.

What’s the Author’s Purpose? Animal Shelter , Grades 3-8 This lesson plan explores the role of animal shelters. Use the video clips and informational text with your students to explore the impact of words and the writer’s point of view.

Analyzing Information – Can Pigs be Pets? Grades 3-12 Invite your students to compare and contrast their own points of view with those presented in the video. What are the pros and cons of having pigs as pets?

Garden Spiders, Grades 3-6 Introduce you class to six varieties of spiders in a busy garden ecosystem. Ask each student to take brief notes and evaluate the information.

Facing It, by Yusef Komunyakaa, Grades 7-12 This veteran and contemporary poet shares his poem about the Vietnam Memorial. Ask your students to analyze the style and purpose of the text. What makes it powerful?

An Egg is Quiet, Grades PreK-1 Use this illustrated story to practice text comprehension with your students – as well as encourage their language and vocabulary development.


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Happy Labor Day

The first Monday of September we celebrate Labor Day. A day to recognize our American workers’, who keep the nation’s economic train on it’s tracks. Although, we are all aware this Labor Day our nation has record unemployment and economic uncertainty.

As we gather with family and friends to enjoy this holiday – which may include baseball, picnics, beach or a pool party – lets remember those family members, friends and Americans struggling.

Lastly, of course, many Americans’, who are in the armed forces serving overseas, will be without their families this holiday. Take a moment and give thanks to the men and women in uniform. The Americans in uniform and our civilians overseas do ensure our freedom to enjoy this holiday in this great nation of ours.

Happy Labor Day
posted from comments by Jim McShane

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Weekend Ed Quote~September 1

Mark Twain quote

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