8 Great Sites for Reluctant Writers 1. Storyjumper
Your typical Medieval PBL unit would typically be built around a driving question like “What was life like in 14th century England?” Students would research clothing, art, music, food and perhaps have a culminating event like medieval bread baking. This is inauthentic PBL in my opinion and doesn’t do this incredible period of time justice.
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Guest blogger, Barbara Jolie provides some ideas for teachers who want some ideas on using the Internet in the classroom to more effectively accelerate learning outside the classroom. [amazon_omakase size="468x60" locale="" ad_logo="show" ad_product_images="show" ad_link_target="new" ad_price="all" ad_border="show" ad_discount="add" color_border="#000000" color_background="#FFFFFF" color_text="#000000" color_link="#3399FF" color_price="#990000" color_logo="#CC6600" /]
Public Speaking 101: Learn to Share your Voice! – Online Course
Google Map Maker , the still somewhat undiscovered gem of Google Maps which allows users to create and edit maps, is getting its new Google makeover today.