This past weekend, GOP presidential hopeful Rick Santorum took on the conventional idea that getting a college degree is imperative for students to succeed in the real world. Of course, Santorum did not challenge this commonly held notion in an eloquent way, implying that it is a snobby ideal for pushing students towards a
EdCampMKE Registration opened at 5PM on Feb 29th. A great opportunity to learn, share and network with others from around the state. On Saturday, May 12, proactive educators will come together at South Milwaukee High School. Space is limited, so register early to guarantee yourself this great free professional growth opportunity! EdCamp attempts to offset costs through sponsor-ships.
I came across a link to resources specifically designed to help elementary teachers with the following free resources: Bell Work Ideas Sponge Ideas Center Ideas Interactive Bulletin Boards Lesson Plans Thematic Units Reproducibles Class Certificates Another place that I have noticed that has amazing ideas for the elementary classroom is Pinterest. It is highly visual
Image Source: Flickr.com Shareski I think, no, I KNOW, it was a Dean Shareski image — the leaping family taken around the world. I can remember at the time how awesome that was and what a wonderful memory those photographs were going to be for his children when they grew up (and for Dean when
My family and I have a tradition of doing jumping photos whenever we visit some place special. Today being Leap Day, Flickr has offered a unique way to celebrate the day. Jump! (Thanks to Nancy Sharoff, DEN guru for the link) Today I was giving a talk at Peel District near Toronto and referenced this near
A List of Educational Slideshows and Presentations for Teachers and Students Tags: no_tag Posted from Diigo. The rest of Discovery Educator Network group favorite links are here.
If your classes have been participating in the Six Flags Read to Succeed program, today is the final day to submit your students’ reading hours in our online portal! Read to Succeed is a free educational program from Six Flags and Discovery Education that inspires K-6 students to engage in recreational reading. Students who complete
I am presently building content for Clay Virtual Academy, a virtual school created by our county for students who need or desire a public school virtual environment. Next week, I have been asked to present to two other Florida counties how I accomplish this. When carefully considering all I do and