Our December adventure lead us to the impressive Nelson Art Museum, after a very enjoyable breakfast and training session at Panera Bread. We visited the Ford Education Center and discovered the wonderful resources that are available for teachers, The museum has many hands on materials that can be checked out for classroom use. The materials
Seven of the 11 states seeking waivers from the core provisions of NCLB included additional testing as part of their waiver application. Many of these new tests would be in the subjects of science, social studies, the arts, and other subjects not currently required by NCLB. Here is to hoping that they win their waiver
Educators, are you coming to Annual CUE 2012 in Palm Springs? Annual CUE 2012 March 15-17, 2012 – Palm Spring Convention Center Discovery Education will be there sharing great resources, connecting educators, and having fun! We’ll be joined by the one-and-only Matt Monjan – a spotlight speaker at this year’s conference! Check out Matt’s sessions
David McCandless: The beauty of data visualization | Video on TED.com A TED talk about visualizing data in a way that it can easily be understood. Tags: infographics – By Robin Talkowski Helping students interpret visual representations of information – NYTimes.com Tags: infographics The Answer Sheet – A School Survival Guide for parents (and everyone
One of my New Year’s Resolutions is to add posts to our Louisiana LC Blog. I feel bad that I have not posted in such a long time, but I plan to remedy that this year. Do you blog? Do you blog with your students? Join Lee Kolbert, Karen McMillan, and me today at 6
by David Andrade, http://tinyurl.com/edtechguy I’ve recently posted lists of the most popular posts for past weeks and for the life of my blog, but I thought I’d post a list of my favorite resources too. Click the links for more detailed information and discussion about each resource. 1. EVERNOTE – Evernote is my favorite, and most used resource.