Home » Author Archives: Alex Fegely (page 3)

Author Archives: Alex Fegely

Linking Math & Weather – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson will develop middle school students’ understanding of graphing data and regional weather patterns. Instructional Objective: Students will apply math concepts with real-world data, graphing weather information for a particular region. Step 1: Students will pick an area of the world they know nothing about using Google Earth. Step 2: Next, students will investigate this area’s weather patterns –precipitation, ...

Read More »

My Fitness Journey – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson will develop physical education students’ activity, knowledge, and understanding. Instructional Objective: Students will collect and analyze their health data and monitor their physical activity, sharing their progress with a reflective video. Step 1: Students will use MyFitnessPal to record their caloric intake and steps taken in a day for 14 days straight. Step 2: Students will use the Nike+ ...

Read More »

Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death – App Lesson

Instructional Objective: Students will develop a KWL chart, review the American Revolution, analyze the development of the branches of government, and then play an interactive game. Step 1: Students will create a KWL chart and write down the things that they already know about the American Revolution using the Drawing Desk app. Step 2: Students will open The Revolution: Interactive Guide app and ...

Read More »

December App Ed Review Roundup: Grammar Apps and Websites

Good Grammar = Better Oral and Written Communication. Bring on the Grammar Apps to Pump up This Vital Skill Set. Do your students think grammar is a drag? Do they find their grammar worksheets and books dull? We here at App Ed Review have similar concerns. With Todd being a former high school English teacher and Alex being a former ...

Read More »