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Update on Paulgatorball

Sat, 09 May 2015 22:13:28 +0000

After another week in the hospital being told the worst. Paul has gone through a second surgery removing the cancerous mass that had grown back. We are being told that with the right treatment of radiation and chemotherapy that Paul may have a solid shot of being around a while longer. We are hopeful for […](image)


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Please keep Paul in your prayersgatorball59329_1575331190092_6623247_n

Mon, 04 May 2015 09:01:18 +0000

It is with a heavy heart I write this next post. Though there’s only a total of 15 followers I am writing to update anyone that may read Pauls blog to inform you that he was diagnosed with a form of brain cancer. It is extremely aggressive and fast growing so with that being said […](image)


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What is scope and sequence?gatorballScope-and-Sequence

Sat, 25 Oct 2014 21:18:20 +0000

By Paul Silli For educators scope and sequence has you create a plan where you list specific ideas that will be taught with outlined objectives. Your objectives should follow a higher order thinking practice such as Blooms Taxonomy. The activities presented are in a sequential-list and are often rubric scored. The lessons can be in […](image)


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Teaching students with Asperger’s Syndromegatorballhave-fun-teaching

Thu, 08 May 2014 05:56:00 +0000

By Paul Silli According to OAR (Organization for Autism Research), there are many strategies a teacher can use to be successful when working with students who have asperger’s. First, allow “extra-time” for your kids to complete assignments. Don’t rush your class and establish an easy-going pace. Try to minimize class changes because students who have […](image)


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Common CoregatorballCommonCoreLG

Wed, 02 Apr 2014 05:12:34 +0000

By Paul Silli Common Core, established by the nation’s governors and education commissioners — ads state and federal standards for K12 students that defines how learners should be taught and what subjects they should know to prepare them for college and beyond. According to Core Standard.Org, states and districts recognize the need for new support materials […](image)


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Core Knowledgegatorballcoreknowledge

Tue, 19 Feb 2013 01:49:19 +0000

By Paul Silli The Core Knowledge Sequence (CKS) founded in 1978 by scholar Eric D. Hirch, is effective when lessons taught create new experiences for students while drawing on what they already know. Students learn when they are given engaging content. Curriculum that consists of using technology and other “Kinesthetic” activities that builds from one […](image)


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