In this post from Free Technology for Teachers, Richard Bryn offers his idea of using Google Slides to organize your internet research. Not something I would have thought of doing, but I can see how it would work- and the students wouldn’t lose their notes.
I had an excellent adventure attending the ICE Conference in February. This was my second year attending and it only got better. I learned a great deal, but the BEST part was meeting up with so many DEN friends! I instantly felt part of the group and it truly made the conference even more amazing. […]
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Our marine science students had the wonderful experience of spending the day with Discovery Channel’s Kristin Wilcox on Friday. The documentary films are beginning to come together and Kristin’s expertise and advice is so valuable in this process. What an opportunity for these students! After school, we had the unique experience of collecting some specimens […]
I saw this on twitter- interesting blog post on the nine fundamentals students should be able to do in Google Drive. Please click here for the post from Educational Technology and Mobile Learning blog.
Not that doctor, but Dr. Seuss. Here is a a New York Times lesson (The Learning Network) for secondary school classes using several Dr. Seuss classics. There is also some interesting background on how this writer got his start.
Make Beliefs Comix was always one of my favorite comic creation site- and now there is an iPad app. Click here for the iTunes link.
No,this is not a Dr. Seuss story but rather a collection of primary sources related to Abe Lincoln. UnderHisHat is all Abe and covers a variety of roles. The best thing is the collection of classroom lesson plans (Elementary- Middle- High School). For the complete TeachersFirst post, please click here.
With all the emphasis on the online testing, I see many teachers working on keyboarding skills. Typing Club is a set of free online typing tutorials. You can make a free account if you want to track your progress. For the complete TeachersFirst post, please click here.
. Well they can with ChatterPIX. Photograph the book cover, prepare your script and go! Here is a sample for Crow created by a talented Middle School student. What would your book say?