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Videos for Kids. Library / Book Trailers. Library Media Services (LMS) / Library of the Month. Introduction Library Media Services would like to introduce Jamie Fine, the library associate at Badger Road Elementary School: Welcome to the Badger Road Library.
My name is Jamie Fine and this is my 19th year in the Badger Road Library. Bookleads - trailers and videos. Skip to main content Create interactive lessons using any digital content including wikis with our free sister product TES Teach.
Get it on the web or iPad! Guest. Creating Motivated Readers, One Video at a Time. Teach. Pinterest. The Book Bug: Freebies. Here you will find links to freebies from me that I have posted on this blog.
Click on the picture or the link below to access them. Many of the freebies are Google Docs, but you don't need to request that I "Share" the document with you in order to download a Google Doc from me. If you are having trouble downloading a freebie, read this short post on how to download a document from Google docs or refer to the picture below. All you have to do is click on the download button and save the file. The Five Finger Rule and Why it is Bad for Boys. - Brain Power Boy. The Five Finger Rule is Harmful to Boys’ Reading.
There I said it. I have read all of the reasons that people think it is so great but I think it is not only awful but also harmful. 9/11 anniversary: New York remembers twin towers attacks with minute's silence. Bagpipes and drums played to open the ceremony, followed by brief comments by Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
"Once again we meet to commemorate the day we have come to call 9/11. We have returned to this sacred site to join our hearts together, the names of those we loved and lost," Bloomberg said. "No other public tragedy has cut our city so deeply. No other place is as filled with our compassion, our love and our solidarity. " Moments of silence were held at 8:46 a.m. and 9:03 a.m., the times hijacked jetliners hit the north and south towers of the World Trade Center. Tech & Teaching with Arielle - Library Patch. Years ago, as a brand new librarian, I attended a librarian round table discussion.
Each librarian was asked to share something that they had found success with in their own library. A very experienced librarian, who retired that very year, shared that she had her students earn library licenses. Groundhog Day. 186. Empathy...until the cows come home. When people ask you what the most important thing to teach a child is, how do you respond?
I (jmf) have heard some school librarians answer: + teaching young people how to read;+ how to be curious about the world around them; or+ how to communicate. A rare response for me to hear is empathy. For the purposes of this post, we are defining empathy as an ability to experience the emotional state of others and then respond with moral sensitivity (Allen, 1975; Goldstein & Winner, 2012).
PARCC Math Viewer. 14 Cows for America - An Incredible Offering Born Out of Compassion. Wilson Kimeli Naiyomah is originally from the Maasai tribe in Kenya.
But on September 11, 2001, he was in New York City when the terrorist attacks took place. Kimeli witnessed firsthand the horrendous tragedy that occurred that day. Several months later, he visited his native tribe in Kenya. While there, he told them the story of the horrible events he had seen on September 11, 2001 – in their remote tribe, they had not heard about these events! Kimeli’s Maasai tribe was so moved by his story that they wanted to do something to show their support for America. 14 Cows for America - An Incredible Offering Born Out of Compassion. September 11th. Printable PATRIOT Acrostic Poem Worksheet. ExemplarLesson G3 Reading.
14 Cows for America (Book Reading) 14CowsTG. September 11: Explanation and Heroes (for kids) Untitled. Untitled. Untitled. Thursday, August 25, 2016. The new school year always feels like a new calendar year to me as many students and teachers have "resolutions" for the new school year.
If one of your resolutions for the new school year is to keep yourself or your students active and healthy, the following free resources are for you. GoNoodle is a free service that is designed to promote physical fitness in a fun environment. GoNoodle features tons of free videos that lead students in short, 2-5 minutes, exercises. These are fun exercises like dancing that can be done in your classroom or at home with parents. GoNoodle provides an online environment in which students track the minutes that they spend exercising.
Image Search - Finding Images for Student Projects. Untitled. Copyright laws govern the use of copyrighted materials. Teachers and students may use copyrighted materials for educational projects and learning activities, but they must follow specific “fair use” guidelines. When creating presentations with copyrighted materials, you need to include an opening screen (see below) in addition to your works cited page at the end of the presentation. Your opening screen should say: Untitled. Research Resources - For Pine Hill Teachers - LibGuides at Pine Hill School. Copyright - Saskatoon Public Schools - Elementary LibGuides - LibGuides at Saskatoon Public Elementary Schools. In early 2013, you received printed copies of Copyright Matters! To be distributed to every teacher in your school division.
In the fall 2013, every school received English and French Fair Dealing Guideline posters and asked they be posted by every printer, photocopier and scanner in the school. Research Resources - For Pine Hill Teachers - LibGuides at Pine Hill School. CopyrightforEducators. Curriculum Ideas. Now that I have a connection to the Internet, what do I do with it? This is a great question that is asked hundreds of times at conferences and in school faculty meetings. Common statements range from I don't have time to do one more thing to where do I go for examples? This page is dedicated to examples of how the Web can be used in the classroom. 14 copyright essentials teachers and students must know. Using copyrighted material incorrectly can land teachers and students in hot water. Here’s what you need to know to stay safe.
(Image by Gerd Altmann via Pixabay.com / CC0) Students and teachers toe a very fuzzy ethical line every day — many without even realizing it. Some end up on the safe side of the line, but others cross the line and cross ethical boundaries — and sometimes costly legal ones. Copyright 101. Mswitten - Infographics. WebTool of the Month: Infogram || Infogram is an amazing new web tool for creating infographics quickly and easily. The tool is very simple to use and offers a whole host of unique WYSIWYG editing options from dragging content around to in-tool data table formatting. This is sure to be a popular site as inforgraphics continue to grow in popularity. The site is free, robust, and going to be getting some more customized features and more templates soon. Looks like a great place for teachers and students to play with the art of visual explanation.
Technology Integration Matrix. Mswitten - Guides and Cheat Sheets.