We created a chart today on kids zone. We took information from the NAEP website with all 50 states scores. Kids zone is a tool that is very easy to make graphs and charts on. You could apply this to your classroom learning in a variety of ways. This would be one way I could incorporate technology and math into my Physical Education program. I could have them keep certain records and insert them into the charts on a weekly, monthly, or whatever time frame I choose to use. This is meeting the ISTE standards #2 b. I am creating a lesson that would grab the students attention with something free and easy for them to gain curiousity in. Hopefully, inspire them to take a closer look at it and become more familiar with it on their own time. The INTASC standards have been met by me giving them knowledge and using the media and web to teach them my lesson. Take a look at my line graph.
- Hedgesville, West Virginia, United States
- My name is Aaron Whitford and I am from Berkeley County in the Eastern Panhandle. I have 3 sisters, 8 nieces, and a nephew. FSU is my 3rd college attended in 4 years. I started out at Shepherd University, then to Garrett College my 2nd year. I have been here the last 2. I am majoring in Secondary Education to be a PE/Health teacher. I am also hoping to get a Master's in Special Education. I play baseball here at FSU. I am a pitcher, #19. Look forward to seeing you all come to our games!!!