Thumann Resources. Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day... The Interactive Classroom. So you are probably aware of how your printer stores and uses ink and how to refill it.
And you probably wonder why it costs so much for an ink cartridge... It is generally the most expensive liquid you will buy in terms of dollar per litre - including designer perfume. Our epson printer is an older wireless epson T40W - it was costing approx $60-$70 for a full set of Epson cartridges or about $40 for a full set of 3rd cartridges. Considering that I like to print photos and my partner is a relief teacher and tends to print out school worksheets by the 30's as she has no access to a photocopier at the school. We tend to go through ink a bit.... I think the worst part is running out right in the middle of printing something at 1am or having to brave the weekend shops only to find they don't have that cartridge... aside from the exorbitant price...
So I did some research and this Australian company RIHAC makes a continuous ink system. Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom. 2009 October. Why You Should Make Your Lessons Fun Posted on October 24, 2009 by mrrobbo This video is simply excellent and certainly supports the notion that we will choose to do that which we find fun over that which is dull and boring anyday.
Thankfully, this has always remained at the forefront of my mind when planning my lessons. So what do you think? Isn’t it so true? Thanks to www.thefuntheory.com Filed under: Uncategorized | 2 Comments » How To Make Powerful Virtual Learning Tours Posted on October 21, 2009 by mrrobbo As some of you may be aware I have finally purchased an iPhone and couldnt be happier. The idea uses the Run Keeper app which comes in both a free and pro version ($12.99 AUD). For a more detailed explanation check out the screencast that will take you through all of the features and share a few ideas of how it could be used in classes outside of Phys Ed and Outdoor Ed. Sound interesting? Why You Should Make Your Lessons Fun. Imagination Prompt Generator: Random Writing Blog Prompts, Write. Home. ICT in my Classroom. Oct 19 2009 My Interesting Ways to Use series has been really successful.
I measure their success in how useful they are to teachers and other educators in helping with professional development. I say “My” in the loosest sense of ownership really, as with all of the presentations they belong to us all. I just kickstart them and point them off in the right direction. They have been a great example of crowdsourcing good quality classroom ideas and it has been great fun connecting with all of the people who have taken time to add an idea. It all began with One Idea, One Slide and One Image as a premise for the IWB presentation and that has always remained. I wanted to keep the family together in one place and give you one page to see them all, as so many of you have requested. Leave a Reply You must be logged in to post a comment. Edte.ch. My Reflection on #28daysofwriting February 28, 2015 – 4:23 pm It was in about early January when I began to mull over the idea of getting back into a writing habit.
I wanted to renew the discussion and connectedness I enjoyed through my blog and get myself writing regularly again. The #28daysofwriting idea sprang from that desire. What Makes People Creative? February 27, 2015 – 9:10 pm When you start to explore the literature around the definition of creativity, or what it means to be creative, the lists and references go on and on. Convene your Classroom Creative Council February 26, 2015 – 9:28 pm During some research on Thomas Edison I stumbled on the fact that he deliberately surrounded himself with a diverse range of expertise in order to generate new thinking and ideas, a creative council. 35+ Educational Games and Games Re. Digital Tools for Teachers.
Star Child - Learning for Young As. Classroom 2.0. Tim Rylands' Blog - to baldly go....... Using ICT to inspire. Examples of descriptive writing from Tim's class. Make a Screen Saver for your IWB. Cation Network Australia - edna.edu.au. The Social Media Guide. Skype Other Classrooms! This page has been set up to help you make connections with classes who are interesting in having Skype conversations with other classes.
It’s be sorted by time zone, Grade level and subjects. This list was started Dec 18, 2008 and date last updated is shown at the top of the spreadsheet (educators details were added/old information removed –including those where it wasn’t clear whether the educator was still active)! Looking for Ideas? Check Out Our Class Blog List! Have you checked out the Check Out Class Blogs and Skype Other Classrooms!
Pages on this blog? We now have over 150 different types of class blogs on the Check Out Class Blogs page and contact details for over 35 educators interested in connecting with other classrooms on the Skype Other Classrooms! Page! Here’s a few cool ideas on blogs I saw while updating the class blogs page: Over on Mrs Lynch’s Look What’s Happening in Room 102! Mozilla Firefox. Tamaki Achievement Pathway. Classroom 2.0 LIVE! Grandview Elementary School Blog. Jane's E-Learning Pick of the Day.