Every educator and student in Burleson ISD has a subscription to Discovery Education. Did you know that hidden within that amazing gem that has videos, audio, and images are also the entire collection of Goosebumps television series? With the Halloween
Check out the newest addition to the BISDLearnTech.com resource database. Looking for an interactive way to help students understand the basic differences and similarities in physical and human geography? Look no more! Check out this template including a short video
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?
Want to do some writing in math class? Why not combine the @DiscoveryEd #SpotlightOnStrategies Tweet, Tweet with song lyrics and mathematics and see what your students create? If you don’t want to post to Twitter, you could use Padlet or
How do you like your sentences? I like mine scrambled… sometimes anyway. Scrambling sentences can be a great strategy for all students, but in particular English Language Learners (ELL), as a way to build comprehension. Most teachers, at some point
Saw this tweet from Alex Corbitt this morning. 7 Awesome Ways to Check for Understanding 🤔💡🏆 (by @ImpactWales) #edchat #education #elearning #edtech #UKEdChat #satchat pic.twitter.com/8Z8exmM6rj — Alex Corbitt (@Alex_Corbitt) March 24, 2018 Here’s an interactive Google Drawing that I
Eric Curts (CtrlAltAchieve.com) shared a blog post from about a year ago on his Twitter feed. I must have missed this really fantastic resource because I love to read Curts’s ideas, which very often are instantly implementable in the classroom.
Looking for ways to connect your classroom to the world? Help students make world-to-self connections by going mad… March Mad(ness). Use the Final Four to help your students understand how their learning can be used in a variety of situations.