One of my favorite blogs is “Free Technology for Teachers” by Mark Byrne. Everyday he shares an interesting tool or classroom resource. He also explains how the tool may be useful in an educational setting. For example, today (9/21) there is a 5-minute video posted explaining the Aurora Borealis and vocabulary building resources and widgets. While perusing other
I totally know it is Tuesday. 😉 I mean, Wednesday… But, this just made it’s way to my stream and I had to share. Check out this snazzy resource from Matt Monjan. It’s full of great info! Open publication – Free publishing – More media
Here are the archives from the 6th annual streamathon. Enjoy! Just click on the title to be taken to the video. Bend it, Break it, Bust it Loose: 10 easy ways Discovery Education STREAMING can change the way you teach Matt Monjan Jim Morrison once encouraged his fan base to “break on through to the
Our content team is continuously working to update content available to all Discovery Education users. Here are some of our most recently added series for streaming users… The PBS NewsHour: Bin Laden Death a ‘Very Big Victory,’ But Not ‘Happily Ever After’ Jim Lehrer discusses the impact of Osama bin Laden’s death on U.S. foreign
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Feed Student Minds with Exercise and Nutrition LIVE with New York Jets Quarterback Mark Sanchez September 27 at 12:00 pm ET. We all know the important role that fitness plays in your students’ lives. From study habits to classroom engagement to creativity and more, staying healthy through physical activity makes a world of difference. Join
Simple K12 is offering a FREE day of professional development on Saturday, September 24, 2011. If you have Internet access, you can attend the information packed sessions all about integration and technology in the classroom. With 7 sessions to choose from, you are bound to find something to spark your interest. The keynote session
Are you an ed tech guru? Enthusiast or advocate? Maybe you’re a newbie who’s excited about learning and sharing new ideas? No matter what your background, you are needed at ISTE 2012! The call for presenters/proposals is now open! Submit your proposal online through October 5. You’ll find all information and instructions on the website.