Did you ever ask this question: “How are we going to use this — math or science — in our real lives?” Do you like or loathe yogurt? Do you want to go behind-the-scenes in a yogurt factory? If so, join us today at 1pm ET for a Virtual Field Trip to the Chobani Greek Yogurt […]
Edmodo’s Snapshot (see original post here) has now added resources for students who not proficient. These resources are combination of games, lesson plans, and activities. In some cases you can create the edmodo assignment right from the Snapshot view. Please click here for the overview video.
What I learned at DENapalooza By Kate Voss The Background I had every intention of sleeping on the red-eye back to NY from DENapalozza in Anaheim, CA. However, sleep eluded me for all the best reasons. My mind was simply buzzing with all I had learned. I closed my eyes, finally able to process […]
Jen Wanger’s fabulous O.R.E.O. project is back! Click here for details on this math fulled opportunity- open to all classes but probably best for the lower grades. I love to participate in these sessions – I would be glad to join your class. The project closed October 17.
As part of the NY Times The Learning Network, you can find resources for World War I studies. There are a variety of video and text references. Here’s a sample video.
SPARK 101 marries all the STEM disciplines – and there are webinars, videos, and project ideas- all with real world applications and careers. Click here for a brief overview of the site. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.
If I show you a cartoon of a man being shot out of a cannon, how well can you draw the graph? Function Carnival is a fun site for algebra or calculus students. After watching the video and drawing the graph, the teacher gets all student results. There are also videos with bumper car and […]
Word Frog is a nice site for younger children learning antonyms, synonyms, and homonyms. You need to match the word on the frog to the correct fly. As post from TeachersFirst (please click here) mentions, students do need to be able to read. Or perhaps this could be a SMART Board activity or done in […]
I can’t say that the quarter has gone according to plan, but pretty close. This week we finished practicing with Google’s Presentation. I have to say that sometimes the student reach a level way beyond what I thought was possible. Like figuring out how to do a screen shot with a chrome laptop, so that […]