Free Guides to Teaching and Learning With Primary Sources via Free Technology for Teachers – Last … http://t.co/PSfxl7GkqI — Richard Byrne (@rmbyrne) April 10, 2014 This tweet refers to a great reference source on primary documents from the Library of Congress.
Entries from April 30th, 2014
April 30th, 2014 · No Comments · Classroom
But at least I can tour the area via the Theban mapping project. This is a great resource for world history educators as well as those of us just interested in all things Egyptian. I found the 3D tomb fascinating. Please click here for the complete post from Free Technology for Teachers.
April 30th, 2014 · No Comments · Classroom, Google Tools
When someone completes one of your Google Forms, here’s how you can be notified. This came from Karen Fergusen in the Google Apps for Education Community. Click on the above image to visit her site.
From the very slow to the very fast- and then on to the minuscule, Louis Schwartzberg’s Hidden Miracles of the Natural World is breathtaking! This excerpt is from a recent TED talk. It is a natural fit for the sciences, but I bet you could use it as a writing prompt or explore the mathematical […]