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It’s March, the madness is underway. Here’s yet another edition of Chad’s Choices from the Community that will bring joy and happiness to your day. If you’d like to explore previous posts in this series, you can do so here. Articles from the Community Pennsylvania STAR Linda Nitsche shared 27 simple ideas to stimulate creativity.
This is the seventh of sixteen entries in the 2014 DEN March Madness Challenge. Explore these posts each day so you stay up to date of each entry in this year’s challenge. Read why this entry was nominated and how it can be used in the classroom. In addition, you’ll probably see an example of
I’m currently teaching a course over at Wilkes on Sustaining Digital Literacy as part of the new EDGE program. I wrote the course and it launches this week. The course is essentially about developing resources and learning networks that allow you to stay current with emerging technologies and educational ideas. As quickly as new possibilities
Here’s a quick idea or two for St. Patrick’s Day. Use the resources in the content collection (US or Canada) to share the history and significance of St. Patrick’s Day. Click on the word Materials for suggested lesson ideas that you can adopt or adapt. Challenge your students to write creatively. Ask your students, “What