Even though the end of the year is in sight, my student continue to amaze and inspire me. Thanks to a fabulous web 2.0 tool called thinglink, (Thanks for the heads up Kathy Schrock) students were able to inject some real creativity into their projects. Check out this great project on Emily Dickinson.
This video was used at a recent UMASL meeting (thanks Lori for sharing). I thought you might enjoy one view of the next generation.
Distracted driving is dangerous! Would you like to help select our winning, student-created video, so that millions of people can get this potentially live-saving message? Discovery Education and Toyota challenged teens across the country to create 60-90 second videos that inspire their peers to be safer drivers. A panel of judges narrowed down more than […]
Happy Friday! Props to Andy Losik for this little gem. Clap Along! https://t.co/lOn1TL7M9Y — Discovery Education (@DiscoveryEd) April 18, 2014 Thought you would enjoy this tweeted video- maybe something for reading programs?
There’s a design and drafting classroom in Pennsylvania referred to as “The Firm” and led by a teacher named Scott Didra. The classroom gets its name because it is run like an architecture firm. Students in this class have build a small scale house and a ticket booth for their own athletic field. Next Tuesday, […]
This Bill Nye video ( and the lesson plan from Sophia) will help your students understand gases and volumes.
Mendel, Peas, and Punnett Squares – A TED-Ed Lesson via Free Technology for Teachers – Genetics … http://t.co/mSW6z8H9kp — Richard Byrne (@rmbyrne) April 8, 2014 Great tweet about Punnett Squares. Here’s the video (see the link in the tweet for the lesson plan).
Me Make Monster is a free site that allows you to customize your personal monster. Click here to see the one I created! While the site does promote the purchase of items with your monster’s image, you can download the image , share the url or print it. For the complete TeachersFirst post, please click […]
That’s Gettysburg by the Numbers. This pseudo newspaper contains a collection of Civil War data ( I had no idea what the average soldier weighted or how much fabric was needed for uniforms! There is even a Teacher Section with suggestions on how to use the site. From TeachersFirst.
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