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Interesting Historical Fiction for 5th grade

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jayashree Iyer Mar 6. 1 Reply

Hi everyone,In two weeks, I will begin teaching my 5th grade students about the American Revolution. In my small groups, I would like to read a grade appropriate historical fiction chapter book. In…Continue

Assessments: Paper vs Online

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jayashree Iyer Mar 14. 1 Reply

For my reading curriculum, students have to take a weekly test that gauges their comprehension. Recently, I have given the students the option of taking the assessments online. Currently my two…Continue

Online math websites

Started this discussion. Last reply by Leesa johnson Oct 11, 2016. 2 Replies

Hello everyone,I am looking for any  math sites that my 5th grade students can use to practice math concepts learned in class. We currently use:multiplication.comixl.commathplayground.comDoes anyone…Continue

 

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Jayashree Iyer replied to NIcole Cianelli's discussion Assessments: Paper vs Online
"Online assessments are really helpful and can help in better evaluations."
Mar 14
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Mar 4
NIcole Cianelli replied to Alexa Pearson's discussion Thoughts on online writing scoring
"I think automated scoring would not be as accurate. One of the hardest part of grading writing is that it is subjective. Even if a rubric is used, two people grade differently. Although a program would be easier, it may not be necessarily give a…"
Mar 4
NIcole Cianelli replied to Jackie Brody's discussion Teaching Math in Elementary School
"One area our students had a hard time understanding was multiplying and dividing fractions. Our students understood the method, but did not understand why it worked. To help them, we used area models on transparencies to help them understand what…"
Mar 4
Leesa johnson replied to NIcole Cianelli's discussion Online math websites
"This is definitely an informative site. Some Online Math Sites for help -- Math TV ( http://www.mathtv.com/)-Math TV is a platform that features a wide range of math videos covering a plethora of mathematical concepts.  Math's Fun…"
Oct 11, 2016
James Annunziato replied to NIcole Cianelli's discussion Online math websites
"Here are a few really good math websites. 1. www.amathsdictionaryforkids.com   This is amazing interactive math dictionary and so much more. 2. www.mathatube.com - a site were short to the point videos are filtered from You Tube covering a…"
Oct 11, 2016
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Online math websites

Hello everyone,I am looking for any  math sites that my 5th grade students can use to practice math concepts learned in class. We currently use:multiplication.comixl.commathplayground.comDoes anyone have suggestions for challenging yet fun sites? Thank youNicoleSee More
Nov 3, 2015

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