>TumbleReadables is a great resource for your K – 12 Classroom. Tumble Books are an online collection of animated, talking picture books, reading comprehension quizzes, and games. They have books for all reading levels. If you have a SmartBoard in your room here are a few ideas: 1. Watch and Listen to a tumble book …Details
>According to an Article in the: Testing confirms Seinfeld phobia: Double dippers turn dip into bacterial soup.
If you are a Seinfeld Fan you will remember this video:
>allows you to Create free educational games, activities and diagrams in a Flash! Host them on your own blog, website or intranet. A great tool to use with your SmartBoard too.
>Here is a perfect site for busy teachers! 180 Free Tech Tips allows you to learn at your own pace and at your own convenience. It is packed with weblinks from Microsoft Excel tutorials to learning how to clean up your “home computer” desktop. It is definitely worthwhile to check out!
>6 Million Others is a project inspired by Yann Arthus-Bertrand which looks into the lives of other people around the world. Yann asks people to share their insight into Life, Love, Death, Happiness, Sadness and more. You may be surprised to see how much we have in common with people from around the world.Details
>PowerPoint can be a highly effective tool. However, you should be careful about how NOT to use PowerPoint as this comedian points out:
>Most classrooms have access to a digital camera but often the pictures that are taken never get viewed. Here are some quick ideas to use digital pictures in your classroom:
Add the pictures to a classroom blog to share with your parents.
Create a book.
Create a slide show .. showcasing a special event that can be …
>Darfur is Dying is a viral video game for change that provides a window into the experience of the 2.5 million refugees in the Darfur region of Sudan. Players must keep their refugee camp functioning in the face of possible attack by Janjaweed militias. Players can also learn more about the genocide in Darfur that …Details
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>In a recent ISTE journal there was a really good article on how to teach students to use a word processor to revise their work.Here are the five steps to help students articulate their thoughts:
Open a short piece of text and ask them to insert returns after each sentence so they stand alone. Ask students …Details