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Alfonso Mendoza is in his 11th year of teaching, currently teaches 5th grade science and
As a Kindergarten teacher, one part I enjoy about my job is listening to the
Shannon Schroeder teaches 8th grade English Language Arts at Homer Jr. High in Homer Glen,
Christopher Cole is an Education Technology Coordinator and theology teacher at Strake Jesuit College Preparatory.
Note: This is a guest post by our amazing Pioneer Angela Westmoreland. As teachers, we
Laurie Guyon is an Integration Specialist for Schuylerville Central Schools in New York, formerly a
What I loved about using the new Recap was the big question button, and that probably doesn’t surprise you.
I think what they’ll find is that if [teachers] let the students ask the questions and drive the instruction, that their students will gain more out of it.
It allows me to see questions outside of the classroom…to prioritize which ones fit in the lecture, which ones can be addressed later, and which ones can form the direction of our classroom.
It has also been a great motivator for my kids to rehearse reading and then record themselves. They really love it. They even ask for more Recap assignments! Thank you so much!
I love that I get information on what they actually know about science instead of how well they express it in writing. And students…are motivated to put a little extra thought into it.
Journeys are a great way for me to have my students explore that Francophone(French) culture they are all so interested in. They want to make a personal connection.
Students are able to articulate their mathematical process now with amazing academic vocabulary. For me, the best part is identifying their error and being able to dialogue!
I am absolutely LOVING this tool!!! I know of many students thoroughly enjoy this…and teachers will as well–authentic feedback/assessment from the students and it’s VERY easy to use!!
The new Journey takes learning to a new level because it engages my students with curiosity & gives students greater choice, control and ownership in their own learning journey.
INTRODUCING RECAP DISCOVER
A public side of Recap where Journeys get published by educators and thought leaders to ignite your curiosity and connect you with what's worth knowing. Accessible only to Recap users during Beta.
Journeys. Discover. Question Queue. Getting rewarded. Recap 2.0 has quite a few new capabilities worth
Summer is upon us and it’s time to decompress. It’s also time to think about
Aw, Edcamps. Free, teacher-driven un-conferences where educators get together to talk about new professional resources,
The question box has been a staple of classrooms for years as a way to