- feels like you listen to him
- feels like you talk on his/her level
- says you take the time to explain things
- trusts you.
My head is feeling a bit swelled. ;)
"A digital badge is a validated indicator of accomplishment, skill, quality or interest that can be earned in many learning environments." HASTACIn my high school chemistry classroom, I have initiated my own series of badges that proclaim that a student has mastered a skill or achieved a science goal. My badges are a work in progress, and while criteria for issuing them are still evolving, they are my version of the gold star for my high school chemistry students. The lab skills badge on the left, with its criteria listed below, is one example. This badge was created using Credly. I can add the badge to the student's digital science portfolio when he or she has achieved the criteria.
Solve the following problems:1. What is the volume of a block that is 8.20 cm long, 2.25 cm wide, and 1.00 cm high?
2. If the density of a substance is 0.525 g/cm3, and the volume of a sample is 18.25 cm3, what is the mass of the sample?
3. A piece of paper is known to have an area of 595.5 cm2 and a mass of 4.589 g. What is the thickness (height) of this paper, if paper has a density of 0.72 g/cm3?
|Pre-cut squares of foil saves time.|
I made quick origami envelopes to store them in.
|Origami pocket directions|
Station # and name
Physical or chemical change?
Dear government administrators, teachers naturally modify lessons every day based on individuals, individual classes, class dynamics, and current events. We don't have to write out every modification we do and document it on a form - none of us have time to do that for every situation we modify!- we do it naturally. Teachers are professionals, so please give us that respect.
|Getting the Tou|
|Separation Tanks (one empty)|
|Sludge being skimmed off|
|Sludge skimming (note white bubbles at far end)|
|Samples of the Stages|
|Where our drinking water comes from|
|Amesbury Drinking Water Source|
|Thanks for the tour!|
|The aeration tank, after the grit is removed.|
|Happy bugs doing their job.|
|Taking the tour|
|Looking at the good bugs.|
|Lab check for suspended solids|
|Inside the plant|