How to get students and teachers using Google Drive (Docs) in the Classroom
Class photographer - each day one student is assigned the task of being class photographer. They are responsible for photographing an important moment, then writing about it for the class blog. LOVE IT!
Captivate your early learners with these 54 nonfiction read-along books. Listen and Read activities tell the story through words, images, and sound. You can use these online activities in a variety of ways, from one-on-one instruction using a computer or tablet to class instruction on an interactive whiteboard.
Here is an amazing program created by a former student.
Check out this amazing project!!! Help "kickstart" it today! Restored Voice: Stories & Photos from Tibetan Refugee Women by Olivia Engel, via Kickstarter.
Did you know October is National Bullying Prevention Month? Here is an educator's guide to websites, organizations, articles, and other resources for combating bullying.
Using Photos With English Language Learners | Edutopia, by Larry Ferlazzo (ELL/ESL) - Wow! This is the site info I've been wanting for years - excellent ideas on how to use photos in the language classroom. Ferlazzo explains the Picture Word Inductive Model and gives rationale and examples for using the activities he describes.
Using Photos With English Language Learners | Edutopia
This is soooo cool!! Online interactive and hands-on science activities K-6 :}
Good guide for teachers getting started with Twitter.
LiNC: Guest Blogger-Rebecca Keller-Reporting on Class Dojo
Free Technology for Teachers: Money Metropolis, Financial Football, and More Money Skills Games
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Socrative Garden-Growing 21st Century Skills A blog for using Socrative