Mrs. Swierczek’s class created talking book reports- when I saw them on the wall I knew they would make a great ChatterPIX project. Please enjoy their work!
Scholastic has site with everything you need to know about myths- from lesson plans to writing activities. You could use this in a ELA, social studies, or art class. For the complete post from Free Technology for Teachers, please click here.
The differences between ‘rigor’ and ‘difficult…’ via @kdworkshops #edchat pic.twitter.com/k6AkVh3Cvy — Dr. Justin Tarte (@justintarte) March 22, 2015 How does rigor look in your class?
Well, in their words, it is “The Creators Project is a global network dedicated to the celebration of creativity, arts and technology.” I was memorized with the blog post – Composing Kurosawa: an Exploration of Movement in the Movies of a Master. They really do pull it all together. For the complete post from Free […]
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I am convinced that the progress or decline of humanity rests largely with educators and teachers who have a tremendous responsibility. — Dalai Lama quotes (@HisHoliness) April 12, 2015
You will find over 15 lessons on everything monetary- from creating a budget, credit, and saving for retirement. Money Basics could be a whole group activity or you use it at stations. For the complete post from Free Technology for Teachers, please click here.
Live From the Farm: Technology and Soil Science Virtual Field Trip April 23 1:00-2:00 PM ET Bomke’s Farm in Springfield, IL Did you know that the United Nations declared 2015 as the International Year of Soils? Join us LIVE from Bomke’s Farm in Springfield, IL as Discovery Education and the Nutrients for Life Foundation celebrate all […]
This is my first post as a DEN Star! But of course, like any good Hollywood story we must learn about how this all came to be. So for my first post I will introduce you to, Ms. Bale. As you can see from the photo below I have always had great fashion sense and […]
If you are teaching geography, World Geography Games is for you! Select from wide variety of options (the fifth-grade teacher in me made me select the United States) from mountains to islands to atmospheres and oceans. These would be great as a group project on an interactive whiteboard, stations in the classroom or practice at […]