POETRY Mobile App. Word Mover. Grades 3 – 5 | Lesson Plan | Minilesson How Big Are Martin’s Big Words?
Thinking Big about the Future Inspired by the book Martin’s Big Words, students explore information on Dr. Presentation Ideas. It’s National Poetry Month, the perfect time to fill the world with beautiful ideas and poetic power!
For a little inspiration, we’re showcasing twelve terrific poetry projects from our incredibly creative community of educators. You’ll find projects for first graders and high schoolers, and everything from sensory poems to color explorations to poems about polliwogs. Writing and tech come together at Burlingame school. Technology and poetry are colliding at one Burlingame elementary school.
Christy Novack and Julie Janc’s third grade class at Roosevelt Elementary School just embarked on a new project to spread poetry through QR codes — those little black square barcodes you see all over the place — that they will place in the community. Now when community members pass the codes, they can scan the work with their smartphones and capture the poem. This year, all of the students at the school have been asked to make their mark in the community. Astallbaumer.wikispaces. My Blue Is Happy by Jessica Young. Learning Lab. Crazy for Haiku Deck. Moodle for Teachers (M4T) Dy/dan. Hack Education. Open thinking. Poetry Foundation. Presentation Ideas.
We love seeing how innovative educators are using Haiku Deck to bring creativity to iPads in the classroom.
When we saw tweets from Annie Lafont (of Acacia Elementary in Fullerton, CA) about her students’ storytelling projects, we got in touch to hear more. 4th graders using Haiku Deck at Acacia Elementary Q&A with Fourth Grade Teacher Annie Lafont. Technology, leadership, and the future of schools. A site to discuss better education for all. TEFL Matters. Digital Media & Learning. Writing with Writers. 6 Technology-Based Poetry Ideas For Students That Think They Hate Poetry. 6 Technology-Based Poetry Ideas For Students That Think They Hate Poetry by Brett Vogelsinger, English Teacher It’s safe to say that of all the genres of literature we study in school, poetry is the most scary–and not just for the students.
Sometimes poetry gets a bad rap for being too dense, too pretentious, too much of an acquired taste for mainstream consumption. While it’s true that I could name many a poem that fits those descriptors, it’s also true that working with poetry can be a most whimsical, intriguing, dare I say light-hearted experience for you and your students. Try one of these six strategies during National Poetry Month to invite your students to explore the jungle of this most-feared genre. 1.
Give your students a poem in pieces. It might be a short poem split up into words. Compare what they create to the original poem. The Principal of Change. The Core Knowledge Blog. A community of readers. I have no idea why I picked this blog name, but there's no turning back now.
Poetry Month: Everything You Need. MorrisCooke. Will. Angela Maiers Educational Services, Inc. Index. Education Rethink @edrethink. Speed Reading Tips & Speed Reading Training – EasyScript. LanguageScript is a short form of the language that can improve reading, writing, typing and transcription skills.
It is based on the English grammar and language structure utilizing its basic components such as prefixes and suffixes. The LanguageScript concept outline is shown at the end of this page. EnglishScript a reading application of LanguageScript is an alternative to the whole language approach. It can increase your reading speed, spelling and comprehension skills by learning the parts and components of the English language. Click to order. Shortened word texts are readable without learning because they were created by using the basic structure and components of the English language. The rules are based on English grammar so it works on knowledge you already possess. Learning five abbreviating strategies is significantly less than memorizing individual abbreviations for a full English vocabulary Also, LanguageScript can be applied to tweeting, text and instant messaging.
Create a new site. Creating Blogs and Websites. This page is where you can find resources related to my presentations about creating effective blogs and websites to complement instruction.
How to create a Blogger blog. How to turn on comment moderation in Blogger. How to add or subtract contributors to your Blogger blog. How to create an Edublogs blog. How to create a Wordpress.com blog. One device + Haiku Deck = Classroom Collaboration. Mrs.
Marino’s 4th Grade Class Are you the only person in your classroom with a device? No problem. Ms. Hamelin's Grade 4/5 Class. Learning in Hand. Lisa Nielsen: The Innovative Educator. App Smashing - Digital Poetry #ec3ta13 #ipaded #edtechchat. Note: Later this week, I'll have the opportunity to share some ideas inspired by app smashing concept...and share some of my favorite apps!
TeachThought - Learn better. Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day… Alan Levine Barks Here CogDogBlog. This Week In Education. Anseo! Off the record. Jwalkus' Blog » Blog Archive » Poetry Remix using HaikuDeck. Think. Learn. Innovate. Practical Theory. Daniel Willingham - Home. Off the record. Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom. Education Technology, Teacher Tools, Apps and More. Learning stuff since 1964. Shanker Blog. Doug Belshaw (dajbelshaw) on about.me. TeachTheCloud.
Mad Libs. The Learning Network - The Learning Network Blog - NYTimes.com. Home - Doug Johnson's Blue Skunk Blog. Annie Murphy Paul. Keeping an eye on the corporate education agenda, in Massachusetts and beyond. 2¢ Worth. GetGeeky. What Can Teachers Learn From Barney Stinson. Barney Stinson is one of the most awesome characters in the history of television.
And there is much that teachers of the present age can learn from his ways. Here are some real time tips for teachers from the legendary Barney Stinson himself. For everyone who has ever seen the popular sitcom, How I Met Your Mother, Barney Stinson is someone instantly recognizable. For the love of learning.
Brain food for the thinking teacher. Learning with 'e's. The Wired Homeschool - Helping homeschoolers with technology, social media, and the Internet. WizIQ Blog. Steve Hargadon. Cool Cat Teacher Blog. Tech Transformation. Around the Corner-MGuhlin.org. Bit by bit » bob sprankle. Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes… Well, it’s been a long time since I’ve written on this Blog. I’m dusting off the old server to officially announce some changes. As some of you know, due to health reasons, I haven’t been able to be in the classroom since November 2014.
Over the past years, my health condition has made it increasingly more difficult to carry out my very best instruction in the career that has brought me such joy. Teaching has been my calling for decades and it is with a heavy heart that I have finally made the difficult decision to leave the classroom. When one door closes, another one surely opens. Though I will no longer be in a classroom setting, I am incredibly fortunate to be able to continue teaching and committing my best to students and colleagues, but now, in a different role. Online Classes for Groovy Kids - Welcome! ~ Stephen's Web.
Thoughts on education by Grant Wiggins. Closing the achievement gap. Yola - Make a Free Website. Webs - Make a free website, get free hosting. SnapPages - Create a Website. Create a free website easily - Webnode. Create a Free Website. Create a free website. SchoolRack » Create a FREE Teacher Website or Educational Blog! Kopage - The easiest Website Builder ever! Moogo. Create a Free Website with our Website Builder - Jimdo. The perfect marriage of technology and education. Plus.google. Comics in education. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. OpenContent. David Warlick.
Free Technology for Teachers. TeacherTube - Teach the World. SchoolTube. Docstoc: Make Your Business Better. How do people understand computing, and how can we improve that understanding?