Who? The Magna Carta. Celebrate this famous document at Magna Carta 800 to explore the history with maps, timelines, and more. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.
To explore or not to explore- that’s the question Lisa Payne’s fourth grade students answered with their paper slides. Lisa participated in last fall’s DEN Ambassador Program. In the first session, we created paper slides. All you need is paper, markers, and a camera. After she shared the videos ( via Google Drive), I uploaded […]
Special thanks to Scott Nurnberger (SUES VP) for sharing this video. While I have watched several PARCC tutorials, this was by far the most teacher friendly. Also thanks to Chris Aviles for creating and sharing this video. “Hello awesome teachers…”.
Richard Byrne ( in his blog Free Technology for Teachers) has shared a series of sites that will help your older students learn how expensive life can be! Please read his blog post here.
This was shared in a Google Apps group- some very interesting ideas and many links and resources. Eric Curts: “Google Slides for Interactive Stories, Quizzes, and Games” webinar recording and resources now available. Learn how you and your students can use Google Slides to make “Choose Your Own Adventure” style stories, interactive quizzes, and online […]
The Kansas Discovery Education Network Leadership Council wants to invite all DEN STARS and fellow teachers to the 2015 MACE Conference educational “Discovery” gathering. The LC is looking to promote this global community through conversation shaped around your needs for professional development connecting various aspects of Discovery Education. Check out the Thinglink embed for various […]
Emily Gibbons shared this post on Facebook from Free Technology for Teachers (from Richard Byrne). If you are teaching the Dust Bowl, you might want to check out this interactive.
Then check out this video from Ben Johnson. From Google Classroom to Kaizena, he outlines options to make your grading easier.
If your students have mastered the doc, maybe it’s time to move to Slides. Here is a blog post from Matt Miller showcasing 10 activities with Google Slides.
Or work on your math skills with Preschool-third grade students. Jen Wagner’s St. Patrick’s Day project is ready for you to register. Please click here for complete information. All you need is a box of Lucky Charms. The project runs March 16-20 ( and this can be done in one session)- if you are going […]