The plagiarism checker was developed y the University of Maryland to help teachers identify whether a student copied and pasted any of their work from the Internet.
>How to do better searches on the internet is athat would be great to show your students. These tips can help save time as students conduct research.
>I have been working with teachers on this very idea about Personal Learning Network. Sue Walter`s has put together a wiki to assist in planing for own PLN. Networking with like-minded people is really be helpful when you are trying out new technology. Find a PLN, enjoy a cup of coffee, sit back and learn.Photo …Details
Max’s Math Adventures: My name is Max, and this is the truth.
I’m six and a half. My best friend is Ruth. We like to solve problems all about math, like adding, subtracting, patterns, and graphs. These would be great problems to use with your SMARTBoard. Read, listen and solve the problem.
>PicLits is a great way to inspire creative writing. A picture is worth a thousand words.. read my piclit:
See the full PicLit at PicLits.com
Create a simple account … choose a pictures/words and share your posters.
Also, Check out LIFE photo archive … great place to find photos of famous people.
>Here are just a few treasures I found from my Google Reader list.
World Map – you can zoom in and out .. gives you a whole world perspective!
FlickrRiver – a great way to view Flickr photos .. you can also search by topic. You could use the pictures as “writing insprations”
The Teaching Palette – …
Just a reminder to the GSSD teachers to check out Saskatchewan Learning Databases when doing classroom research. Go to Region 3 and select your resource, ie. Infotrack … Encyclopedia.The great thing about this site is that it is geared to appropriate research/reading levels.For example if you scroll down to Encyclopedia Britannica it some great resources …
>If your school does not have the funding for high powered microscopes Bugscope. The Bugscope project provides free interactive access to a scanning electronic microscope (sem)so that students anywhere in the world can explore the microscopic world of insects. Go to ‘Look Around’ and type in spider and …Details
>Here are 50 more ways to use a projector or Smartboard: Original post: Langwitches
Demonstrate math manipulativesShow visuals for science experimentsModeling of the physical process of writing – hand movementsArt: Virtual Museum ToursAudio visual resources from internetWhole class participate in practice testGoing over testsIsolate new vocabularyShow and TellCurrent EventsHighlighted good vs bad grammar in writingShowing selected …
>I have been looking for an easy solution to adding docs, spreadsheets or SMARTboard lessons to Blogger.
In the previous post I used Scribd which works great if you want the doc embedded in your blog. Another tool you can use if called Box.net and you get 1GB of free storage.