Kathy Cothran Miskokomon

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Kathy Cothran Miskokomon
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What Will I Be When I Grow Up? Preparing Students Preparing students for their future careers can be a challenge since we now know that many of the students today will be working in careers that aren’t even invented yet. I don’t consider myself all
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Informational Writing from Personal Expertise A large section of writing standards in second through eighth grades includes informational writing. The CORE standards in particular require students to choose a topic of personal expertise and turn
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In this unit you will find photographs of rural, urban, and suburban communities. Laminate these and have the students sort them into the correct categories. There are also labels and words to be sorted for these categories. After spending time
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****NEWLY UPDATED FOR 2018 SUPER BOWL!*** This packet is filled with ready to use printable activities based on the Super Bowl. Activities include, planning a trip to the Super Bowl including flight and hotel and tickets; evaluating the Super
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Hook your reader with a powerful lead. How will students learn how to write a lead that makes the reader want more? The first step is to read many, many leads and examine the purpose of that sentence and how it makes them feel. Reading leads
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Opinion Matters The first challenge in helping students write a review is to have students have an opinion with a valid reason behind it. In this unit, student begin by noticing the world around them and begin to observe items they can review.
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Helping students understand the idea of “Show, Don’t Tell” requires that they start thinking of their senses. For each idea, they need to be thinking about what it feels like, smells like, tastes like, looks likes, and sounds like. This will help
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Informational Writing about a Famous Person On the following pages you will find a booklet format that will lead upper elementary students through the process of writing a report, or informational text, about a famous person. When deciding what
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Newly Revised and Updated! Holiday celebrations can eat up so much class time at school that I have gathered some resources that disguise learning for holiday celebration activities. I would put a different activity at each station and kids would
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Sorting Seasons In the following pages you will find photos and words for sorting seasons. There are photos and words of seasonal scenery and seasonal activities and seasonal clothing. Hula Hoops or rings could be used to contain each category of
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In the following pages you will find photos and words for sorting habitats and the animals that live there. There are photos and words of habitats and animals. Hula Hoops or rings could be used to contain each category of the sort. The
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On the following pages you will find a booklet format that will lead upper elementary students through the process of writing a report, or informational text, about an animal. When deciding what animals students will study, there is the option of
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Sorting Needs and Wants In the following pages you will find photos and words for sorting needs and wants. I’ve deliberately added some items to trigger discussion. Some items might technically be a “want” but you’d have a hard time finding
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In this packet of seasonal activities you will find "ready to use" projects that integrate technology and the multiple intelligences. You will find projects ready to use tomorrow; just copy and use! You will find a listing of resources to help. You
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Explore all aspects of winter! Compare Blizzards and Snow Storms, and make virtual snowflakes...all the fun without any of the mess! Try time lapse photography with your own snowman! All of these activities are included in this packet and ready for
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Informational Writing about Presidents On the following pages you will find a booklet format that will lead upper elementary students through the process of writing a report, or informational text, about a President. When deciding what presidents
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In the following pages you will find photos and words for sorting landforms. There are photos and titles and descriptions for each landform. The possibilities for using these photos for sorting is endless. For instance: *Sort just the
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Teaching about the election can be an interesting process. Of course the best way is to hold a mock election, or even better, a school election with children running for various offices. As with all curricular areas, experiencing the learning by
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During the first quarter of the school year we get many opportunities to explore our patriotism by celebrating Constitution Day in September, exploring the election process in early November, followed quickly by observing Veterans Day. The world
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Sorting Goods and Services In the following pages you will find photos and words for sorting goods and services. Hula Hoops or rings could be used to contain each category of the sort. The possibilities for using these photos for sorting is
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

For years I have been a "Gadget Girl." I love technology! Tie that to my teaching background and I have been able to interest, invigorate, and inspire children and teachers to use technology in a rich exciting manner. During my years as a classroom teacher I’ve taught preschool, first grade, second grade, fourth grade, sixth grade and three days of third grade (but that’s a story for another time!) At night I’ve taught adult education and Master’s level technology classes for teachers. For three years I was released from my classroom duties to provide staff development in the area of technology integration for the teachers within my own school district. And currently, I am an elementary media specialist and teach technology and information literacy to kindergarten through sixth graders. My passion is to help all people use technology in fun and engaging ways! All proceeds from my sales go towards funding college for my two teenage daughters!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I have a contructivist approach to teaching. I believe in the students taking ownership for their learning by providing them learning opportunities with meaningful projects.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Published Author of Webkinz in the Classroom series.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Undergrad at Western Michigan University Master's in Education Leadership at Wayne State University Plus 15 in Educational Technology at Western Michigan University

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

When I'm not busy writing curriculum for elementary classrooms, or teaching, then I'm busy with my own children. My girls are in 8th and 10th grade and play many sports; volleyball, basketball, and softball. All of these keep me sitting on the sidelines and cheering. When I'm not doing that, I do appreciate reading a great book, spending time with my significant other, Bill, and playing with my puppy, Pepper. Pepper brings hours of joy...plus, he never talks back and he's always glad to see me!

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