MrNussbaum.com – A Thousand Sites in One; Educational Games in math, reading, science, social studies and more Nice collection of 1st through 5th grade interactive resources. One great feature is the drag and drop math. tags: math Interactive education Science SocialStudies Reading Elementary resources top-secret.swf (application/x-shockwave-flash Object) Very nice interactive website that allows your students […]
Archive for April, 2011
3 keys to a flipped classroom | Connected Principals 3 key items to keep in mind when considering a “Flipped” classroom method of instruction. tags: classroom flipped edchat Jonathan_Martin David_Truss Web 2.0: Newbie Tips, Edublogs & more with Brett Gosselin tags: web2.0 Edmodo tips Google Teacher Academy Resources tags: resources teacher academy google edtech Edmodo: […]
Educators and students are always looking for images and media to be integrated into a variety of classroom projects. Some of those projects may be book reports, digital storytelling projects, or podcasts. To some of us, relying on Flickr for images licensed under Creative Commons is our first stop. Creative Commons provides folks the […]
In reflecting upon my childhood days, after receiving an e-mail from Thinkfinity, brought back some good memories. The one memory I am speaking about in this post deals with our childhood friends on the television series "Electric Company". Now our children can visit PBS Kids to find resources, games including Word Mangler and Word Transformer, as […]
AssistiveWare: Accessibility and Assistive Technology for Mac, iPhone, iPod and iPad Pictello is a simple way to create talking photo albums and talking books on your iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Each page in a Pictello Story can contain a picture, up to five lines of text, and a recorded sound or text-to-speech using high-quality […]
HippoCampus – Algebra tags: algebra math interactive lessons mathematics education hippocampus Interactive Writing Tools tags: writing interactive web2.0 tools literacy resources languagearts prompts Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.
As many of you know I am a dedicated user of LiveBinders. Tina and Barbara have done an excellent job of listening to their users in making enhancements to this web 2.0 tool. Their most recent update allows for users to embed their entire bookshelf on their own site while maintaining interactivity. Here is the […]
Amazon.com: Retool Your School: The Educator’s Essential Guide to Google’s Free Power Apps (9781564842671): James Lerman, Ronique Hicks: Books Great methods for successful integration of Google tools into your classroom instruction. tags: retool amazon Google googleapps education iste Roger Ebert: Remaking my voice | Video on TED.com When legendary film critic Roger Ebert lost his […]
Do you write like Edgar Allen Poe? How about William Shakespeare or even Sojourner Truth? Have you ever wanted to have your writing analyzed to determine who you compare with among the greats? Honestly, I do not write like any of them. However, according to “I Write Like“, I do write like Cory Doctorow. This […]
See the full gallery on Posterous I am honored to be working with Wesley Fryer and Cyndi Danner-Kuhn as we host a two day professional development focusing on digital storytelling. We are walking participants through Audacity, interviewing skills, as well as using digital recorders and cameras. You can catch the resources and projects at celebratekansas.ning.com.