I love Twitter as my PLN because I get so much more information than I would any other way. Do you provide students with choices of how to do an assignment and would prefer to say “Option 1, Option 2,
#Want to work toward that #WIG but running out of resources? Check out this recent blog post by Larry Ferlazzo on the best writing sites available. There is something for every content area and every teacher… well worth the read
Continuing our weekly series on the upcoming Brightbytes survey (week of April 23rd), let’s take a look at another way that educators can increase and encourage those four C’s of communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity. Brightbytes data from Burleson
Richard Byrne (Practical Ed Tech) recently posted a blog on free audio resources for educators. It’s a great article that helps educators and students locate resources for their creations and presentations without violating copyright. Check out Byrne’s suggestions here.
Do you have doodlers in your class? Do you have the kids who are constantly drawing, scribbling, or creating images in all of the empty spac on their papers? How about second language learners or visual learners? Have you tried
This activity is a quick assessment and fun way to practice reading, writing and creating compound words. This is a Template Preview link. You will only be able to see the presentation slide. You will see only the main activity slide and not
Are your students embarking on the college process? Are they overwhelmed? With so many to choose from, how can students know if they are choosing the right colleges and universities? The TalentED Project gives unique access to FREE tools to help your students
Do your students need a little extra #inspiration to get started on their IWitnessChallenge entries? Be sure to watch last year’s winning video, where three students from #Chicago sparked a movement in their school about embracing #identity. How will your students make the world #StrongerThanHate?
Here’s a fun set of manipulative puzzles for elementary place value. This activity can be adapted for a variety of learners and age levels. Students will click and drag the puzzles together (one puzzle per slide) and then use their meta-cognitive
We’re always looking for ways to teach appropriate use of technology and we’re always looking for ways to reach EVERY learner. Check out the new Digital Citizenship and Accessibility tools that are being offered in the Google Training Center. A