• 7 Pages student3
    Student3

    School: U. Houston

    Friday, March 14, 2008 11:42 AM Unfiled Notes Page 1 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:44 AM Unfiled Notes Page 2 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:45 AM Unfiled Notes Page 3 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:46 AM Unfiled Notes Page 4 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:48 A

  • 2 Pages case_study_rubric
    Case_study_rubric

    School: U. Houston

    NameofStudent:_(nottheirrealname)Date:_ TechnologyTEKS(GradesK2) Foundations Usetechnologyterminologyappropriatetothetask Grade:_ Ye s No N/A Comments Startandexitprogramsaswellascreate,name,andsave files Usenetworkingterminologysuchasonline,ne

  • 2 Pages case_study3
    Case_study3

    School: U. Houston

    NameofStudent:_Samantha_(nottheirrealname)Date:_10/19/06_ Grade:_1st_ Technology TEKS (Grades K-2) Foundations Usetechnologyterminologyappropriatetothetask Yes X Startandexitprogramsaswellascreate,name,andsavefiles Usenetworkingterminologysuchasonli

  • 2 Pages case_study2
    Case_study2

    School: U. Houston

    NameofStudent:_Marcus_(nottheirrealname)Date:_10/19/06_ Technology TEKS (Grades K-2) Foundations Usetechnologyterminologyappropriatetothetask Yes X Startandexitprogramsaswellascreate,name,andsavefiles Usenetworkingterminologysuchasonline,network,or

  • 2 Pages case_study1
    Case_study1

    School: U. Houston

    NameofStudent:_Andrew_(nottheirrealname)Date:_10/19/06_ Grade:_1st_ Technology TEKS (Grades K-2) Foundations Usetechnologyterminologyappropriatetothetask Yes Startandexitprogramsaswellascreate,name,andsavefiles Usenetworkingterminologysuchasonline,

  • 16 Pages tips_tricks_trans1
    Tips_tricks_trans1

    School: U. Houston

    Mary, Here is my transcript for Tips & Tricks. Brenda BrendaGa contributed 42 messages, 1 emote, 1 private message during 92 minutes. 2006.09.10 12:47:52 Login Room: BrendaGa_Ofc 2006.09.10 12:47:52 BrendaGa joined the room. 2006.09.10 12:48:38 Brend

  • 4 Pages tip_template
    Tip_template

    School: U. Houston

    Brenda Garcia 3113 CUIN CUIN 3113 TIP Activity Template TIP Activity Plan #1: 1. Grade Level: 1st grade 2. Subject Area: Spelling (Language Arts) 3. What are the Content TEKS for your TIP Activity? (give number and text) (1.5)The student demonstra

  • 3 Pages spelling
    Spelling

    School: U. Houston

    Hello! C+M=

  • 3 Pages spell_st3
    Spell_st3

    School: U. Houston

  • 1 Page blank_checklist
    Blank_checklist

    School: U. Houston

    Name: _ Date: _ Spelling Words Picture Cards Checklist Yes 1. The student used the digital camera correctly. 2. The student was able to open Microsoft PowerPoint. 3. The student was able to insert pictures from clipart. 4. The student was able to g

  • 4 Pages synopsis
    Synopsis

    School: U. Houston

    Brenda Garcia October 20, 2006 Case Study Synopsis According to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, for grades K-2nd, students should be knowledgeable in approximately 28 different key elements in technology. These technology applications can b

  • 8 Pages tipproduct
    Tipproduct

    School: U. Houston

    Largest! By Marbelia Suniga and the Star Students in room 46 Larger, Medium Small, Largest Small Small Sun Largest Sun Smallest Largest Largest Small small medium large largest large small largest medium

  • 8 Pages product
    Product

    School: U. Houston

    Medium, Small, Largest! By MarbeliaSuniga andtheStarStudentsinroom46 Large, Largest Small Small Sun Largest Sun Smallest Largest Largest Small small medium large largest large small largest medium

  • 1 Page naturediscovery
    Naturediscovery

    School: U. Houston

  • 8 Pages techscavengerhunt
    Techscavengerhunt

    School: U. Houston

    Technology Scavenger Hunt Katy ISD-Robert E. King Elementary 1-6 Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) 1. AUP Location Find the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for your school district. Is it online? If so, please give the URL. If the AUP is not online please tel

  • 4 Pages firstdayofschool
    Firstdayofschool

    School: U. Houston

    1 FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL LESSON PLAN School: King Elementary Teacher: Ms. Hernandez Grade level: Kindergarten Announcements (8:20am 8:30am) Teacher Introduction (Bouncing Ball Game) (8:30am 9:30am) Objectives: -Follow directions. -To get to know the

  • 1 Page supervisorobservationkinder
    Supervisorobservationkinder

    School: U. Houston

    UNIVERSITY SUPERVISOR'S VISITATION REPORT (To be placed in Student Teacher's file) _Hernandez, _Blanca_ Student Teacher _Raschke_ School-Based Teacher Educator _K_Bil._ Class/Grade Visited _Oct. 10, 2008_ Date Visit Objective(s) Of Lesson:_TLW be

  • 1 Page weeklyevaluation3
    Weeklyevaluation3

    School: U. Houston

  • 1 Page student2
    Student2

    School: U. Houston

    Student Name: Layla Student Checklist Evaluation Yes Do they know how to open PowerPoint and uses the tools? Can they insert new slides? Can they use the input devices (mouse and keyboard)? Can they save and print the files? Can they format

  • 7 Pages student1
    Student1

    School: U. Houston

    Friday, March 14, 2008 11:16 AM Unfiled Notes Page 1 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:19 AM Unfiled Notes Page 2 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:20 AM Unfiled Notes Page 3 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:22 AM Unfiled Notes Page 4 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:23 A

  • 14 Pages student4
    Student4

    School: U. Houston

    Friday, March 14, 2008 11:52 AM Friday, March 14, 2008 11:54 AM Friday, March 14, 2008 11:55 AM Friday, March 14, 2008 11:56 AM Friday, March 14, 2008 11:58 AM Friday, March 14, 2008 11:59 AM Friday, March 14, 2008 12:00 PM

  • 7 Pages student2
    Student2

    School: U. Houston

    Friday, March 14, 2008 11:30 AM Unfiled Notes Page 1 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:32 AM Unfiled Notes Page 2 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:33 AM Unfiled Notes Page 3 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:34 AM Unfiled Notes Page 4 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:35 A

  • 6 Pages student3
    Student3

    School: U. Houston

    Fractions By Jesse Aranda comer What do fractions mean? A faction is a part of a whole split into bits. What is a denominator The denominator is the bottom number. What is a Numerator A numerator is the top fraction. What fraction is this Thi

  • 1 Page student3
    Student3

    School: U. Houston

    Student Name: Jesse Student Checklist Evaluation Yes Do they know how to open PowerPoint and uses the tools? Can they insert new slides? Can they use the input devices (mouse and keyboard)? Can they save and print the files? Can they format a

  • 1 Page stu4tip2
    Stu4tip2

    School: U. Houston

    Student Name: Genesis Student Checklist Evaluation Yes Do they know how to open Internet Explorer? Do they know how to type in the correct website? Can they use the input devices (mouse and keyboard)? Do they know how to cut the circles into

  • 1 Page stu1tip2
    Stu1tip2

    School: U. Houston

    Student Name: Sydney Student Checklist Evaluation Yes Do they know how to open Internet Explorer? Do they know how to type in the correct website? Can they use the input devices (mouse and keyboard)? Do they know how to cut the circles into

  • 2 Pages clouds
    Clouds

    School: U. Houston

    Amber Deatherage What Kinds of Clouds Do You See? Subject/Grade Level: Science, 2nd Grade Anticipatory Set: Introduction of clouds through literature, The Cloud Book. Objective: After introducing the three basic cloud types: cumulus, stratus, cirrus,

  • 1 Page studentbtip2
    Studentbtip2

    School: U. Houston

    GEOMETRYS CHAPTER SURFACE AREA OF A PRISM S=Ph+2B CIRCUMFERENCE c=2 r or c= PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM d a^2 + b^2 = c^2 VOLUME OF A CONE v= 1/3 Bh or v= 1/3 (pi)(r^2)(h)

  • 6 Pages studentctip1
    Studentctip1

    School: U. Houston

    Sports tennis track soccer basketball Number of Students 2 0 12 6 Favorite Sports 12 10 8 Number of People Who like it 6 4 2 0 track tennis soccer Sports basketball track soccer Sports basketball Animals cat dog hamster Number of Students 4 14

  • 5 Pages studentbtip1
    Studentbtip1

    School: U. Houston

    sports tennis soccer basketball track number 2 12 6 0 Favorite Sports 14 12 Number of Students 10 8 6 4 2 0 1 2 Sports 3 4 sports Column B number sports Column B number pet cat hamster dog number 4 2 14 Favorite Pet dog Pet hamster Column B

  • 6 Pages studentatip1
    Studentatip1

    School: U. Houston

    Tenis Track soccer basketball 2 0 12 6 Fabvorite sports 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Tenis Track soccer basketball er basketball cat dog hamster 4 14 2 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 cat dog hamster Column B Column B mster lee lamar westside 10 6 4 12 10 8

  • 1 Page lessontip2
    Lessontip2

    School: U. Houston

    Lucia Gonzalez Grady Middle School: Math 8th Week of April 7th April 11th, 2008 Per. 3 (9:3010:55) & Per. 7 (01:0002:25), Per. 2 (08:0009:25), Per. 6 (11:0012:55) & Per 8(1:002:25), Lunch (12:1012:40) Conf. Pd

  • 1 Page evaluationfortip2
    Evaluationfortip2

    School: U. Houston

    Evaluation Instrument Task: The teacher asks the students to use their notes and textbook in order for them to create a study tool. The students will be taken to the computer lab in order for them to use the Microsoft Word Program and the internet th

  • 20 Pages casestudystudents
    Casestudystudents

    School: U. Houston

    Student:$ STUDENT TECHNOLOGY SKILLS ASSESSMENT Answer the following questions: 1. Do you o\ ;n a computer? If yau do what operating systera (PC or Mac)? 1, YES 2. (l Pc t ( MCLC Do you have intemet access at home? )eo \" \a. 3. Do ycu use

  • 19 Pages Water Conservation Show
    Water Conservation Show

    School: U. Houston

    Sprinklers Put your sprinklers so that water ONLY goes on your yard and not on your sidewalk. Saves 500 gallons/month. If you allow your kids (or yourself) to play in the sprinklers make sure its only when the lawn is being watered. Dont water the la

  • 1 Page sunspotgraphing
    Sunspotgraphing

    School: U. Houston

    Sunspots Year Average # of Sunspots 1960 103.8 1962 31.4 1964 10.2 1966 43.8 1968 98.2 1970 108.5 1972 72 1974 34 1976 13.5 1978 102.7 1980 141.1 1982 116.4 1984 44 1986 12.1 1988 89.3 1990 148.5 1992 96.2 1994 35.7 1995 17.5 1997 23.4 www.astro.was

  • 1 Page Persuasive Writing Rubric
    Persuasive Writing Rubric

    School: U. Houston

    Character Education or Community Service Brochure with a Persuasive Tone Rubric Rating of 5 (Strong) Ideas/Content (Development) The writer's position is clear, developed, and supported by evidence. *The alternate positions are identified and address

  • 1 Page stu2tip2
    Stu2tip2

    School: U. Houston

    Student Name: Jordan Student Checklist Evaluation Yes Do they know how to open Internet Explorer? Do they know how to type in the correct website? Can they use the input devices (mouse and keyboard)? Do they know how to cut the circles into

  • 1 Page weekly evaluation #12
    Weekly Evaluation #12

    School: U. Houston

  • 1 Page pretendparentletter
    Pretendparentletter

    School: U. Houston

    Dear Parents, I would like to ask your help with a special project for our Gingerbread Man Unit. We are hoping to tie this unit in with social studies and learn a little about our country. Your child has prepared a picture and a letter to be sent

  • 2 Pages resume
    Resume

    School: U. Houston

    MariaCanales UniversityofHoustonBilingualEC4Major Objective: Exams: To attain a position as an Elementary school teacher. Bilingual Generalist EC-4: Passed Pedagogy & Professional Responsibilities EC-4: Passed TOPT Spanish Oral Proficiency: Passed

  • 1 Page consequences
    Consequences

    School: U. Houston

    Consequences (PreK 2nd Grade) My class will use the light color system to help them monitor their behavior. Each day, all students will begin with a green card. If a student tends to misbehave or not follow directions, he/she will first receive

  • 1 Page class_helpers
    Class_helpers

    School: U. Houston

    Classroom Helpers Every student will contribute in keeping their classroom in order. This will help my students build a sense of community and responsibility. Children have a new job assignment every month, therefore assigning new jobs only 8 ti

  • 1 Page routines
    Routines

    School: U. Houston

    Routines/Procedures MorningRoutines Putawaybelongings Puthomeworkinthehomeworkbasket TeamCaptainscollectmorningjournalsfromshelf Studentsaretowriteintheirjournalsregardingthesubtopicthe teacherprovided Workstations (Pre-K to 2nd grade) Theirwil

  • 1 Page rules
    Rules

    School: U. Houston

    Classroom Rules Follow Directions Show respect for yourself, others, and property Keep your hands, feet, and objects to yourself Raise your hand to speak and wait to be called on Work and play in a safe manner Keep classroom environment pos

  • 9 Pages Sum 2 Cyberbullying
    Sum 2 Cyberbullying

    School: U. Houston

    Alisha Samuel Summary: Tappedin Sat. Nov 6 Cyber-bullying Cyberbullying is another new topic of discussion for me. After reading the article at http:/www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,21278665,00.html and attending the discussion, I've learned a lo

  • 5 Pages stofmatter1
    Stofmatter1

    School: U. Houston

    Topic: States of Matter (part 1 of 2) Week of February 19-23 Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday-Friday Grade Level: 4th Subject: Science Prepared By: Carrie McKeever Rationale: TEKS Objective 112.6: (2.A) Scientific processes. The student uses scie

  • 1 Page stateofmatterrubric
    Stateofmatterrubric

    School: U. Houston

    This is a rubric created that can be used as an assessment for the state of matter assignment that my Fourth graders completed. Student Name: _ Date: _ States of Matter Rubric Science List each state of matter (solid, liquid, and gas) Student list

  • 2 Pages somcomputerlab
    Somcomputerlab

    School: U. Houston

    States of Matter (Computer Lab) Teacher Sample Students are receiving the list of requirements, as well as creating short universal definitions. Student Sample Student Sample

  • 2 Pages alamo
    Alamo

    School: U. Houston

    Topic: Battle of the Alamo Week of February 12- February 16 Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday-Friday Grade Level: 4th Subject: Social Studies Prepared By: Carrie McKeever Rationale: TEKS Objective 113.6: (3.A) History. The student understands the

  • 1 Page partsofaflowerpix
    Partsofaflowerpix

    School: U. Houston

    Parts of a Flower Listing flower parts students identify. List of students answers to the part of the flowers Students hard at work! Teacher Sample Student Sample Student Sample Student Sample

  • 4 Pages partsofaflower
    Partsofaflower

    School: U. Houston

    Topic: Part of the Flower (Classroom and Computer lab) Week of March 19 - 23 Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday-Friday Grade Level: Kindergarten McKeever Subject: Science Prepared By: Carrie Rationale: TEKS Objective: Science 112.2 (6.B) Science co

  • 2 Pages student_b_survey
    Student_b_survey

    School: U. Houston

    Student Case Survey Checklist 4th grade Yes No With Help N/A Foundations Demonstrates knowledge and appropriate use of hardware components, software programs, and their connections Use techn olo gy terminolo gy appropriately tothe X task Sav e and

  • 2 Pages student_a_survey
    Student_a_survey

    School: U. Houston

    Student Case Survey Checklist 4th grade Yes No With Help N/A Foundations Demonstrates knowledge and appropriate use of hardware components, software programs, and their connections Use techn olo gy terminolo gy appropriately tothe X task Sav e and

  • 4 Pages Geometric Terms
    Geometric Terms

    School: U. Houston

    Geometric Terms QUADRIALTERALS SQUARE A=S P=4S RECTANGLE P=2L + 2W A=LW TRAPEZOID A=1/2(B1+B2) P=S+S+S+S CIRCLES AREA A=PI R CIRCUMFERENCE C=PI D C=2PIR TRIANGLES AREA A=1/2(BH) PERIMETER P=S+S+S

  • 1 Page tip2
    Tip2

    School: U. Houston

    Customary and Metric Conversions Length Metric 1 km = 1m= 1 cm = 1000 m 100 cm 10 mm Capacity Metric 1L= 1000 ml Customary 1 ga = 4 qts 1 ga = 128 fl oz 1 qt = 2 pts 1 pt = 2c 1c= 8 fl oz Mass Metric 1 kg = 1g= 1000 g 1000 mg Customary 1 ton = 2000 l

  • 1 Page studentevaluationtwo
    Studentevaluationtwo

    School: U. Houston

    Student Evaluation GradeLevel:Kindergarten SubjectArea: English Language Arts and Reading / Technology TEKS: Reading K.5 B, C, D, G, K.7 A Technology K-2 2.A, C, E Student: Was the student able to identify the keyboard? Was the student able to ty

  • 1 Page 1tapped_in
    1tapped_in

    School: U. Houston

    MariaCanales TappedInChat1 ThefirstTappedInProfessionalDevelopmentthatIparticipatedinwasthe K12LanguageArtsStudentPublishingontheWeb.KarenLemmonsledthechat andsheisalibrarymediaspecialistinanelementaryschoolinDetroit.Karenwas abletointroducetouswebsi

  • 5 Pages esl_lessons
    Esl_lessons

    School: U. Houston

    Monday September 8, 2008 Topic: Grade: Subject: Rationale: Objectives: TEKS: Oral Language Development 1st Bilingual ESL For beginning students to understand verbal and non-verbal communication. Student will understand the non-verbal expression of fe

  • 7 Pages math_lessons
    Math_lessons

    School: U. Houston

    Monday September 29, 2007 Topic: Grade: Subject: Rationale: Objectives: Place Value Patterns 1st grade Bilingual Math Students explore logic, numbers and words. The students will be able to count and identify simple and possibly complex patterns. The

  • 2 Pages teacherstudentcontract
    Teacherstudentcontract

    School: U. Houston

    Teacher- student Contract Rules for the students: 1. I will keep my hands, feet, and objects to myself. 2. I will speak when given permission. 3. I will speak kindly to others. 4. Students will listen when the teacher says " be quiet." 5. Students w

  • 2 Pages classroommanagementplan
    Classroommanagementplan

    School: U. Houston

    Classroom Management Plan Teacher name: Blanca J. Hernandez Behavior rules/expectations for my classroom: Be a good listener. Raise your hand. Do your best. Be kind to others. Discipline for my classroom: When a student breaks a rule: 1st tim

  • 2 Pages conceptual-framework
    Conceptual-framework

    School: U. Houston

    Blanca Hernandez Quest 3/Fall 2008 "What the Conceptual Framework Means to Me" The conceptual framework mission is an outstanding summary and clear explanation of what the students should be able to obtain and the type of education that they should b

  • 1 Page philosophyofeducation
    Philosophyofeducation

    School: U. Houston

    Blanca Hernandez Quest 3/Fall 2008 My Philosophy of Education I as a teacher believe that teaching is a process in which students' learning must be accomplished through the capacity of acquiring knowledge or skills through group and independent study

  • 2 Pages blancaresume
    Blancaresume

    School: U. Houston

    BLANCA JACQUELINE HERNANDEZ 7327 Rising Brook Dr Cypress, TX 77433 (832)3353368 blanckyh11@yahoo.com Online Portfolio: http:/viking.coe.uh.edu/~bjhernandez OBJECTIVE Seeking a teaching position in elementary education. EDUCATION B.A. Interdisciplin

  • 1 Page indistrict professional development
    Indistrict Professional Development

    School: U. Houston

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <Error><Code>NoSuchKey</Code><Message>The specified key does not exist.</Message><Key>c6cc9e2f44b4475ca25bae66bd31d41d23d71fca.doc</Key><RequestId>9 F3C9852818EFBC3</RequestId><HostId>Ju2ongZ12SC3hNdn8an5bpbUQ3Z

  • 1 Page CUIN 3113 TIP Activity Template
    CUIN 3113 TIP Activity Template

    School: U. Houston

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <Error><Code>NoSuchKey</Code><Message>The specified key does not exist.</Message><Key>c028d105ab68d47f7e3b9194d8215b9720f6f1be.doc</Key><RequestId>4 21A491D639B5AFD</RequestId><HostId>KbHZRMvdwBIp8yndgnx/fTEUgGI

  • 2 Pages Maps_Scanvenger_Hunt2
    Maps_Scanvenger_Hunt2

    School: U. Houston

    Maps Name: Andrew* What is a map? A map is a piece of paper that tells you where to go and how to get there! Fill in the blanks for the compass rose NW NE W E SW S SE Which is farther east, the elementary or middle school? The middle school is

  • 2 Pages Maps_Scanvenger_Hunt
    Maps_Scanvenger_Hunt

    School: U. Houston

    Maps Name: Michael* What is a map? A map helps you find a location of a place and how to get there. Fill in the blanks for the compass rose. nw ne w e sw s se Which is farther east, the elementary or middle school? The middle school is. Which

  • 2 Pages Maps_Scanvenger_Hunt1
    Maps_Scanvenger_Hunt1

    School: U. Houston

    Maps Name:Logan Whatisamap? Itcanhelpyoufindthelocationofaplace,or howsteepsomethingis,andthestars. Fillintheblanksforthecompassrose. NW NE W E SW S SE Whichisfarthereast,theelementaryormiddleschool? MiddleSchool Whichisfarthersouth,LakeParkor

  • 3 Pages Rubric
    Rubric

    School: U. Houston

    =char(32) Rubric Made Using: RubiStar ( http:/rubistar.4teachers.org ) Map Quest Teacher Name: Ms. Jenkins Student Name: CATEGORY _ 4 Points The student shows good use of cardinal and intermediate directions to locate places. The student can identi

  • 2 Pages Logan
    Logan

    School: U. Houston

    Maps Name: Logan What is a map? It can help you find the location of a place, or how steep something is, and the stars. Fill in the blanks for the compass rose. NW NE W E SW S SE Which is farther east, the elementary or middle school? Middle

  • 3 Pages Case Study Synopsis
    Case Study Synopsis

    School: U. Houston

    Case Study Synopsis By: Karen Jenkins For this activity, I had three students complete a map scavenger hunt. This helped reinforce the Social Studies concepts that were being taught in the classroom at the time. All three students are in the third

  • 31 Pages scavengerhunt
    Scavengerhunt

    School: U. Houston

    Technology Scavenger Hunt Tracy Chevalier Q.U.E.S.T. 3 Spring, 2006 Technology in the School Acceptable Use Policies and Safety and Security of Information System: s AUTHORIZED USE POLICY includes parent permission, with little detail of how tec

  • 3 Pages lessonplan
    Lessonplan

    School: U. Houston

    Statistics Lesson Plan (8th Grade Objective 5) This lesson is used as a review of statistics and a little bit of probability. Materials Group Names (you can create your own) Cup or bag Folders (enough for each group) Colored paper (4 different color

  • 6 Pages language_arts2
    Language_arts2

    School: U. Houston

    Monday Topic: Grade: Subject: Rationale: ProperNouns 1stGrade EnglishGrammar October27,2008 Byrecognizingpropernounsstudentswilllearntocallentitiesbyits propernameandnotcommonname. Objectives: Studentswillbeabletodefinepropernouns. Studentswillbea

  • 10 Pages language_arts1
    Language_arts1

    School: U. Houston

    Monday October 6, 2008 Topic: Phonological awareness Grade: Subject: 1st grade Bilingual Language Arts Rationale: For beginning readers to sound off letters, decode, and identify words in order to help develop their fluency. Objectives: Students w

  • 2 Pages evaluationtwo
    Evaluationtwo

    School: U. Houston

    Student Evaluation Grade Level: Kindergarten Subject Area: English Language Arts and Reading / Technology TEKS: Reading K.5 B, C, D, G, K.7 A Technology K-2 2.A, C, E Student: Did the students Was the student use the 30 sec. to able to identify

  • 7 Pages student4
    Student4

    School: U. Houston

    Friday, March 14, 2008 11:52 AM Unfiled Notes Page 1 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:54 AM Unfiled Notes Page 2 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:55 AM Unfiled Notes Page 3 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:56 AM Unfiled Notes Page 4 Friday, March 14, 2008 11:58 A

  • 2 Pages mp_bp_ lab
    Mp_bp_ Lab

    School: U. Houston

    Name: _ Date: _ Period: _ Comparing Melting Points and Boiling Points of Ice with Salt and without Salt Problem: Will ice cube with salt in it have the same melting point and boiling point as an ice cube that does not have salt in it? Hypothesis:

  • 1 Page content_checklist
    Content_checklist

    School: U. Houston

    Michaela Koleckar Content Checklist Group: Ismael, Emily, Tera Checklist: Items: Hypothesis Lab Procedures and Safety Followed Data Collected with correct units Correctly used the temperature probe Correctly labeled and titled graph Conclusion Possib

  • 1 Page inspir
    Inspir

    School: U. Houston

  • 1 Page TIPRubric
    TIPRubric

    School: U. Houston

    Student Name: _ Date: _ Geometry Scavenger Hunt Rubric Math Participation in Scavenger Hunt 3 Student contributed at least three observations. Student contributed two observations. Accuracy of Observations Student accuratel

  • 11 Pages Eskridge
    Eskridge

    School: U. Houston

    Ms. Eskridge's Homeroom Parallel Lines Perpendicular Lines Right Angles Acute Angles Polygons Equilateral Triangle Each Side = 6 hands Obtuse Angles Polygon Quadrilateral Length: 21 footsteps Width: 33 footsteps Translation Reflection R

  • 1 Page TIPS1
    TIPS1

    School: U. Houston

  • 1 Page TIPS2
    TIPS2

    School: U. Houston

  • 12 Pages Commservice
    Commservice

    School: U. Houston

    Community Service Lily Chau (2-28-09) Mars Rover Celebration (3-07-09) Spring ISD 3K Fun Run/ Walk (4-08-09) TCMS Tutoring (March/April/May) TAKS Monitor A community is. A place for everyone to feel included and loved A place of non-discrimination

  • 2 Pages Student3Debby
    Student3Debby

    School: U. Houston

    Student 1 Debby Kindergarten Activity: catorgizing dinosaurs. Program Kidspiration Debby is also in kindergarten and she has a language barrier. She could have been placed in an English as a Second Language (ESL) class but her parents refused it. Spa

  • 1 Page matterweb
    Matterweb

    School: U. Houston

    It takes up spacs. Matter has volume Solid, liqud, gas Matter Evrything is matter The table is matter

  • 2 Pages tips2after
    Tips2after

    School: U. Houston

    dish soap vinegar rubbing alcohol 0 0 coke 17 3 water 1 Liquids That Evaporate 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 Students 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Row dis soap h vine rubbing alcohol coke gar Liquids wate r te Row 2 wate r

  • 2 Pages lessonplan1
    Lessonplan1

    School: U. Houston

    Scientific Notation Two Day Lesson Plan (Activity to be completed on Day #2) DAY #1 Objectives: TLW express numbers in scientific notation, including negative exponents. Rationale: Students will express numbers in scientific notation, including nega

  • 2 Pages lessonplan2
    Lessonplan2

    School: U. Houston

    Order of Operations Three Day Lesson Plan (Activity to be completed on Day #3) DAY #1 Objectives: TLW solve one step addition and subtraction equations using algebra tiles. Rationale: Students will learn to solve one step addition and subtraction eq

  • 1 Page swimmy
    Swimmy

    School: U. Houston

    Good Morning Students! Unpack Sharpen Pencil Swimmy Daily Edit

  • 1 Page india
    India

    School: U. Houston

    Greeting Students Get ready Get set, we have a lot of learning to do today! Let's begin by doing Mountain Math-Day 4. Get a compliment letter off the shelf by the chalkboard and write to Tyra.

  • 4 Pages shapebook
    Shapebook

    School: U. Houston

    This is a Rectangular prism. It has 12 edges, 8 vertices, and 6 faces. Rachel This treasure box is a rectangle prism. It has 12 edges. It has 6 faces. It has 8 vertices. Savanna This is a cylinder. It has 2 faces. It has 0 edges. It has 0 vertice

  • 2 Pages tipsintrotable
    Tipsintrotable

    School: U. Houston

    Student Use or Teacher Use Student Content Focus of the TIP Mathematics; Representation of data with bar, picture, or pie graph. Place in the Lesson Grouping Technology Tool or Cycle Arrangement Program Used Elaboration done during the lesson. Ind

  • 1 Page Fire Flames Cinquain
    Fire Flames Cinquain

    School: U. Houston

    Fire Flames Cinquain Crimson, orange, blue Smoldering, Steaming, Sizzling Jumping like magic beans Flames By: xxxxxxxxxxxx Period xx April 10, 2007

  • 1 Page MK.Visit3.03.25.09Thu
    MK.Visit3.03.25.09Thu

    School: U. Houston

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    School: U. Houston

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    School: U. Houston

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