Eve Heaton
  • Female
  • Beaufort, SC
  • United States
Share on Facebook
Share on Facebook MySpace

Eve Heaton's Colleagues

  • Rajendran Dandapani
  • Dominic P. Tremblay
  • Fiona Arthurson
  • Jamey
  • Cory Tressler
  • Jane Hake
  • Shari Edwards
  • Mendy Gannon
  • Patrick Stansberry
  • Matthew
  • Govinda Prasad Panthy
  • Melissa
  • Amy Koegel

Eve Heaton's Discussions


Started this discussion. Last reply by Dr. Roland Rios Jan 13, 2010. 2 Replies

Help Needed - Collaborative Classroom Newsletter

Started this discussion. Last reply by Elizabeth Sky-McIlvain Jul 4, 2009. 4 Replies

Google Docs Collaborate Newsletters for Teachers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Genadiy Selivanov Sep 10, 2009. 4 Replies


Eve Heaton's Page

Profile Information

School / Work Affiliation
Mossy Oaks Elementary School
About Me
I am a second year teacher (career changer). I teach fourth grade math, science and writing (last year was sixth grade - science only).

Comment Wall (16 comments)

You need to be a member of Classroom 2.0 to add comments!

Join Classroom 2.0

At 1:07am on October 13, 2010, Kaylee hutton said…
Hi.. I am new to Classroom 2.0 and thrilled to have stumbled across it. Excited about the prospects of connecting with other elementary tech teachers around World. Looking forward to sharing ideas and improving my skills as an elementary teacher.
At 9:27pm on April 21, 2009, Jane Hake said…
Eve, I'm glad it worked for you. I actually did the cemetery one in moviemaker and then did the voice over with a microphone directly into moviemaker. Would have worked better if the voices of the students did not vary so much--hard to set the volume right. i'll have to check out your new post. Appreciate all your tips on science notebooking and have forwarded your notebooking blog to my teammates.
At 3:33pm on April 20, 2009, Nancy Bosch said…
We mailed Pringles!! You can see the info here. http://connections.smsd.org/robots/pringles%20project.htm
At 5:48pm on March 11, 2009, Jane Hake said…
Eve, I'm glad! --I realized that the Hedgehog Project had many more comments--I was hoping she would notice that she got another comment!

Isn't it great to see how thrilled the kids get when someone notices their work--especially when it's someone so far away...loving the blogs!
At 5:29pm on February 23, 2009, Nancy Bosch said…
Moon Phase add--didn't have the heart to post this on the front page! I saw a great project---Oreo cookies opened and the icing being carved into the phases of the moon!! Fun and nummy.
At 8:19am on February 16, 2009, Jane Hake said…
Timing is everything when it comes to the projects!
I will be trying notebooking for the first time in an outdoor science unit that three of us teachers in our school are piloting. The unit is from the Missouri Conservation Department. I think the notebooking will be very effective since the students are observing outdoor conditions each day. But I know just the basics about notebooking and I'm sure there is lots to it. I will check out your blog on this!
At 10:26pm on February 14, 2009, Jane Hake said…
I exactly see what you mean about large projects... Hang in there with the composting!!!

my History Comes Alive...(cemetery) project feels that way at times. It is ongoing...one class passes the torch to the next. I have found it a little easier to fit it all in by going cross-curricular...we read, write about the people who are memorialized there, learn about weathering and. erosion for science, perimeter for math, etc all centered around the cemetery, for a few weeks. The cemetery is then our "curricular anchor". Have you done cross-curricular work with the composting at all? Are you doing notebooking in science?
At 3:45pm on February 8, 2009, Mendy Gannon said…
Thanks! Amazon has it on its way even as we speak!
At 11:34am on February 7, 2009, Jane Hake said…
Thank you! Glad you like it...a great way to share a project! I used still photos from throughout the year and we inserted them in the order we wanted in Windows moviemaker. Then the kids do the voice-overs right into Windows moviemaker with a microphone. So easy! Each year, I make a "class movie" like this. It uploads into blogger as easily as pictures do. An added benefit, if we need to present info on our project for a conference or to a district event, we have a little movie to use as an intro and then the students can do a question and answer afterwards. So cool to have students present this way! I carry it around on my jumpdrive just in case I have a chance to show it to someone for funding for the project and one time I did have an alderman "cornered" at a party looking at it! HA!
At 11:52am on January 11, 2009, Nancy Bosch said…
Found it! If you need more info contact Beth Rowe bethrowe@smsd.org


Win at School

Commercial Policy

If you are representing a commercial entity, please see the specific guidelines on your participation.





© 2024   Created by Steve Hargadon.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service