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Making Observations With Google Apps

By Miriam Bogler      January 30,2010

One of the major stumbling blocks that students face when conducting research is how to construct meaning from what they read. Research usually starts with a question or topic that the teacher has assigned or the student is curious about. In most cases,the students use a [...]

Planning the Task with Google Apps

By Miriam Bogler      January 6,2010

Imagine a classroom getting ready to start working on a project. The teacher has just assigned the driving question–a question designed to look into the heart of a discipline and serve the purpose of organizing and driving activities in the project. Getting ready to plan activities for [...]

Project-Based Learning With Google Sites

By Miriam Bogler      December 25,2009

Last year,I introduced Google Sites as a presentation and collaboration tool for my students. They used it to create projects covering the California Missions,Native Americans,and each of the 50 states. On the surface,the sites functioned as an online replacement of traditional paper. In [...]

Using Web 2.0 Technology in Elementary School

By Miriam Bogler      November 15,2009

About a year ago,I started working with Balboa Gifted/High Ability Magnet Elementary School. The school hired me because they were looking for a person who will help them pursue new avenues in technology. The state of California was already experiencing one of its biggest financial crises,[...]