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 […]
If you don’t know SAMR- take 2 minutes to review this view. The SAMR Model In 120 Seconds http://t.co/l0mRhr8lyQ via @TeachThought — Erin Klein (@KleinErin) February 3, 2015 Here is a link to a Google post on using Apps with SAMR.
Voicethread is holding a series of evening webinars. Please click here for descriptions.
Looking for a site to get your students excited about STEM? Check out the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering. It if complete with career information, resources and interactives. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.
Join Discovery Education experts as they broadcast live from Jefferson Middle School in Oak Ridge Schools, Tennessee, showcasing strategies for utilizing digital resources to create a student-centered, inquiry-based classroom with Discovery Education Social Studies Techbook. Discovery Education Livestream events are an opportunity for educators to see Discovery Education Techbook in action – this month, we […]
National Geographic has produced a series of overlay maps to help your students become problem solvers with animals. Visit GIS in Action. For the complete post from TeachersFirst, please click here.
Discovery Education now has 5 interactive modules on line. Please read the blog post from Porter Palmer here for all the details. You can print out a certificate at the end!. Each session is about an hour- maybe something to think about on a snow day? Did I mention they were free?