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It's that time of year again where I get to write my favorite post. This year instead of doing just my top favorite sites I'm going to include Apps due to the shift in education to mobile learning and the "flipped classroom". While last years post included lots of educational networks, this year has lots of curation sites as well as writing/grammar sites.
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8 Great Sites for Reluctant Writers 1. Storyjumper Storyjumper allows you to create online books using a plethora of characters, scenes, and props. Teachers can, for free, create classes to register students so they each have their own account.
Never say it can't be done! You can be exceptional and use standards. You can be interesting and exciting and rigorous. Here are some places you can go and ideas you can use right now in your classroom or getting started. Feel free to share your own in the comments. An incredible set of indexed Common Core lesson plans by standard for grades Kindergarten - 6 in math.
A good majority of northern hemisphere and international schools are winding down the 2011-12 school year, and doors will be closing as the students and teachers take off on their summer adventures. Here is a list of great sites for kids and teachers to keep you happily productive and learning this summer. These are in no way in any order of personal preference or coolness. Happy summer! 1) Magic Tree House (1)
These are my 62 favorite first grade websites. I sprinkle them in throughout the year, adding several each week to the class internet start page , deleting others. I make sure I have 3-4 each
Ideas to Inspire is a real treasure trove packed full of awesome educational presentations. I was honestly amazed by the great materials they include. What really impressed me about this website is that the presentations it features are well constructed and to the point and they are created by teachers and educators. The presentations in Ideas to Inspire include inspiring ideas for your lessons and are organized into different categories. Just click on the category you are interested in and you will be presented with a plethora of different slideshows pertaining to it.
The new letter is M today. MoshiMonsters is a virtual world for children where children can create their own cute monster avatars, play games and practice English with them. MultiURL is a tool to combine links into one short link and share it with others. MyStoryMaker allows you to create a story using different characters, settings and items to move around on the story.
Sunday, May 6, 2012 8:15 am, Posted by | Updates Topics: , , , , , , I’ve been completely obsessed with Google’s new mini-site devoted to finding better ways to incorporate proper web searches into the classroom. Dubbed ‘ Search Education ,’Google’s new site has an array of lesson plans, videos (check a sample out below), concept maps, and other tools designed to help any educator properly integrate Google.