Daily Archives: February 15, 2010

Explore the World through Discovery Student Adventures

Explore the World through Discovery Student Adventures

  Pack your bags and go to Italy and Greece, heart and soul of the Mediterranean and birthplace of two of the most important civilizations in history. It is here where you will journey back in time to experience places and cultures you have only read about. From visiting the Acropolis to spending time in

Daily Dose of DEN Diigo 02/15/2010

12 Word Cloud Resources, Tips, & Tools | Teacher Reboot Camp Tags: wordle, word_cloud 5 Reasons to Integrate the Internet into Your Classroom Tags: education technology, technology in the classroom, Internet, web-based activities, interpersonal exchanges, information literacy Reading + Math + Games = Success Tags: math games, reading games, classroom, interactive lessons, technology, elementary students,

Grow your local PLN

PLN, or Personal Learning Network, is such a valuable asset for any teacher. I know I depend on mine for new ideas, tools to utilize in the classroom, and for support in my new adventures. It has taken me a couple of years to grow a solid PLN and I love that it continues to

WOW #7.5: Dropbox on Demand

Instead of moving on to WOW #12, I thought we’d revisit a previous web tool (WOW #7) because they have an exciting new feature: DropBox.com  Review: What is DropBox? DropBox is a free file organization/storage tool that works both on & offline.  That is, you can download the software for free to use on your