Lori Roberts
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The Networked Student

Posted on March 5, 2009 at 1:51pm 0 Comments

Increase technology! Kids multitask through a variety of ways. I have attempted this in the classroo: SMART technology, blogging, using cell phone cameras, etc. It is engaging and they love learning this way. However, will they test well?

The Five Minds for the Future: Respectful and Ethical

Posted on March 5, 2009 at 1:41pm 0 Comments

Trust is crucial! "Respect does not entail a "pass" for terrorists." Isn't that the truth. I respect other values, beliefs, etc. Respect mine in the classroom. Respect is one of the #1 issues teachers face today. Respect me, respect others, respect yourself!

Teamwork in Zoology

Posted on March 5, 2009 at 1:27pm 0 Comments

We used my classroom blog: www.mshszoology.blogspot.com.
Students blog answers to questions linked to a pbs.org. page. It was a really neat activity, however, students have difficulty remembering their id numbers and email accounts.

Cool Class

Posted on February 12, 2009 at 4:07pm 0 Comments

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At 4:31pm on February 12, 2009, April Nelms said…
Hey Lori, just found this...could be good for cephalapoda in zoology as a WB....

blue ringed octopus and neurotransmitters. It's very much 'edutainment'.

The scenario....

I am walking along the beach/rock pools, and I step on a rock or something sharp. I think nothing of it.

After a few minutes my speech becomes slurrrrreedd. I am having trouble balancinggggg wwwwoooow.

I decide I need to go to the surf life savers, but I am having trouble walking and I can't really see where I am going. I try to tell my friends buuuullllt Iiiy canmt taaaawng properly. My leennngs doooonn work nnn I am shoort of brreatth.

I am blind now, and laying on the beach paralysed. I can't move, cant speak, can't breathe, and my heart has stopped beating.

I have been bitten by a blue ringed octopus. It has 2 pouches of toxin next to it's beak (yes, they have a beak). One is to subdue prey, and the other is for defense and is deadly.

There is no cure for the deadly - no shot or pill.

The only thing that can save me is if I receive 12 - 24 hrs of heart massage to keep my blood circulating until the toxin wears off.

I hope my friends are up to it.

The Blue Ringed Octopus is found around the most populated parts of the Australian coastline. It is the size of a golf ball.


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