Tag archives for Technology Tips

  1. Storing History in a Box

    Are you looking for an interesting way for your students to show their understanding of social studies content and you don’t want to see another Power Point?  Then check out Museum Box http://museumbox.e2bn.org/. Boxes can be created to store audio, text, images, video, files, and links.  Students can create boxes that show their understanding of concepts […]

  2. Yudu: Read & Publish

      YUDU: “It’s a free library of digital content to read and explore. Find eBooks, magazines, and other documents as well as photos, music, podcasts and bookmarks to add to your own library.” {http://www.yudu.com/} Upload pdf or other types of documents and create a free published document. You can then share this document via Email, […]

  3. GPS Classroom Adventures

    I’ve had the opportunity this school year to pilot a project to use GPS receivers with students at the elementary, middle, and high school levels in Richland County School District One.  The funding was provided by Ida Thompson, Director of Instructional Technology Services.  The project has definitely been the highlight of my year.   I had […]

  4. TeacherTube

    Have you signed up for TeacherTube? If you haven’t been there go! This site was launched March 6, 2007. Teachertube is a place to post educational videos you or your class create. Registration is FREE! TeacherTube is committed to stay educationally focused all videos uploaded are asked to address a specific learning objective and/or provide […]

  5. My Content – Unitedstreaming

    Unitedstreaming-ETV streamline videos have become an important resource in my classroom.  Many topics are covered in short, easy to understand content for all subject areas, many with blackline masters to go along with the content.  Content can be searched by grade, by subject, or by standard.  The best part, in my opinion, is that once […]

  6. Classroom Blog Portal

    Blogs are becoming increasingly popular in education, and teachers are eager to begin using blogs with their students.  Blogs are a wonderful instructional tool because they allow students to publish their writing.  Students can post research notes, keep online journals, publish creative writing, and collaborate with other students on class projects. Many school districts block […]