Looking for a simple way to assess whether your students are acquiring the information literacy skills and strategies they need to survive and thrive in the 21st Century? TRAILS may be one answer. TRAILS is a project of Kent State University Libraries and it is available free of charge, which is music to everyone’s ears.
As the Chicago office staff at Discovery ohh and ahh at the view from below while crowding the windows in our high rise conference room to get a peek at the Stanley Cup excitement….why not blog about this? Most of us like hockey, even love it. Especially our DEN Canadians. The teacher in me can’t help
Figure This! Math Challenges for Families – Table of Contents Go to the Challenge Index for a list of all of the challenges as well as a printable sheet of problems. Tags: math, mathematics, interactive, problemsolving, maths, students – By Fred Delventhal FreeRice Tags: vocabulary, game – By Robin Talkowski Rethinking Schools Online Tags: education,
Hello hello! We’re back again with some inside information about another exciting member of the DE staff! Meet Todd Zander, Vice President of Digital Distribution, located in our New York City office. Born: Suburban Massachusetts College: Lafayette College Major: International Affairs Pet Peeve: Long voicemails Loves: Sushi Dreams of Going: to Australia Todd’s favorite professor
If you’re interested and available, join other AZ teachers for a Mini-Geek Fest on Monday evening, June 14 at 8:00pm AZ time. Some great sites/links will be shared. 🙂 Anyone is welcome so feel free to share it with any of your teachers or colleagues. Get more information and register via: http://www.aztea.org/content/mini-geek-fest-monthly-online-conversation-0
As the school year draws to a close, I find myself beginning to have a few spare moments to look at some of the websites that I accumulated over the course of the year that I haven’t looked at. One of those sites is http://www.fillanypdf.com. This site allows you to upload any PDF form to