Here is an immense collection of primary sources- check out the TPS – Barat Primary Source Nexus (no it is not a tablet , a nexus is a connection between two or more things.) It has a interesting Today in History feature. For the complete TeachersFirst post, please click here.
March 9th, 2014 · No Comments · Google Tools
In this post from Free Technology for Teachers, Richard Bryn offers his idea of using Google Slides to organize your internet research. Not something I would have thought of doing, but I can see how it would work- and the students wouldn’t lose their notes.
March 8th, 2014 · No Comments · Google Tools
I saw this on twitter- interesting blog post on the nine fundamentals students should be able to do in Google Drive. Please click here for the post from Educational Technology and Mobile Learning blog.
March 7th, 2014 · No Comments · Content - Language Arts
Not that doctor, but Dr. Seuss. Here is a a New York Times lesson (The Learning Network) for secondary school classes using several Dr. Seuss classics. There is also some interesting background on how this writer got his start.