Daily Archives: April 19, 2009


Earth Day Cometh

Earth Day is upon us, and this year it is easier than ever to find great activities to involve your students with treasuring and preserving our planet. Here are a few to share with teachers in your school. The grocery bag project: This project is a simple one, but will help students raise awareness about


Quick Start Guide to Second Life ™

You know, I don’t care what others say — Twitter is great!  How else would I have found out (literally just seconds ago!) about a Quick Start Guide to Second Life ™?  Thanks to @torley’s  (BTW, if you are on Twitter and in Second Life you REALLY, REALLY, REALLY ought to consider following @torley!) tweet,


Sweet on Discovery

Saturday,  April 18th Discovery Educators met at Mimi’s in Rogers, Arkansas.  The members gathered together to learn what Discovery could do for them professionally and for their classrooms.  As members ate the triple chocolate brownie covered with ice cream, discussions were held on the limitless possibilities on the benefits and how Discovery could impact their students.  If you


DEN Diigo Group Bookmarks 04/19/2009

Project, Problem, and Inquiry-Based Learning Tags: pbl, learning, projectbasedlearning, education, inquiry, technology, classroom Pete’s Power Point Station – A Collection of FREE Presentations in PowerPoint format for K-12 Teachers and Students Tags: powerpoint, powerpoints, resources, education, lessons, math, science, ppt, games, teaching, learning Vocabulary Videos and Flash Cards for SAT, ACT and GRE – WordAhead.com