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KS1 Bitesize Games - Literacy(English)
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Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH Literature Unit
The Internet can be a scary place for elementary teachers. On one hand, you want to share the Internet as a wonderful tool with your students, but on the other, you worry about safety and helping them find the most useful resources without getting lost on the information superhighway. Because of this, we’ve put together a listing of some of the best sites for elementary teachers and students online, plus a few tools to help you keep everything together. Organization & Collaboration 100 Awesome, Free Web Tools for Elementary Teachers | Smart Teaching

100 Awesome, Free Web Tools for Elementary Teachers | Smart Teaching

Mrs. Cunningham's Website!: Halton District School Board
Mrs. Tong's Virtual World: Halton District School Board
Maple Grove School Web Site
For those who don’t know me, I’m a researcher for BBC Research & Development. For the last fifteen months I’ve been on attachment with BBC Scotland learning about how R&D interfaces with production divisions. Prior to my attachment I worked closely with Ian on Backstage events such as the Edinburgh Un-Festival and Over the Air so now I’m back in the fold I’ve been asked to work with a small team on the closedown and migration of BBC Backstage. A few weeks have passed since the announcement that Backstage is due to close. It’s taken a while to get up to speed but recently we’ve really started to get a clear idea on what we need to do to close down Backstage in a way that preserves its legacy and continues to support its community. Here’s a brief rundown of what we’ve been up to.

BBC Learning - Open Lab

BBC Learning - Open Lab
Mrs. Cunningham's Website!: Halton District School Board
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This Apps for Literacy list as been updated and moved to a new permanent location on our website, http://www.spectronicsinoz.com/article/apps-for-literacy-support. The list will be regularly updated at this new location. Mobile learning tools, such as the iPad and iPod Touch, are devices that allow learning to occur across contexts and environments. These tools are convenient in that they are accessible from virtually anywhere, allowing the user not to be tied to a certain location to be able to access learning programs. Like other forms of E-learning, they also afford responsive ‘just in time just in need’ access and opportunities. Apps for Literacy Support Apps for Literacy Support
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