Virtual Fieldtrips and Scavenger Hunts. Virtual Fieldtrips and Scavenger Hunts Virtual Internet fieldtrips are guided tours of web sites that have been selected by educators and arranged in a “thread” that students can navigate with just a click.
There are many ready-made virtual fieldtrips. In addition, several of these sites walk the teacher through the process of creating their own virtual field trip. These fieldtrips introduce students to using search engines to find information on the Internet, usually focusing on a particular theme chosen by a teacher. Filamentality - Fill-in-the-blank website; choose a topic, search for Internet resources and turn those into learning activities Learning with iAdventures - Problem solving activities in which students determine the direction and outcome of a content-rich storyline using resources available on the Internet particularly resources providing real-world data and primary documents Blackwell's Best - Blackwell's best virtual field trips. Gorzycki MS Tech Ed Wiki / FrontPage. Need to email Mr.
Howard? Go to the Contact Me page or my Gorzycki MS website at This site is a resource for the students of the various GMS Technology Education courses. For weekly assignments, class updates, and contact information, please see my Gorzycki MS website at anyone can view and comment (assuming you have the wiki web address), but you must be granted access to edit. Share My Lesson - Free K-12 Teacher Resources Aligned to Common Core State Standards. Teaching Resources, Classroom Resources & Lesson Plans - TES Resources.
Excel & Graphing Stuff. Digital Dialogue. The following sites have been selected to increase student interaction and collaboration in the Reading and Language Arts classroom, while generating a love for literacy.
If you'd like to share sites you've found useful, feel free to contact me. You can also check out other free resources at my Teaching Reading and LA wiki. Brilliant Baubles A collection of sites which can inspire you with a lesson plan that is unique, exciting, or just very different from what you're doing in the classroom. Enjoy some rambling thoughts I had about technology and literacy. CPinKS3.pdf. Amazing Web 2 Projects 2 online version.pdf. Have You Seen SketchUp?: Google's Answer to 3-D Drawing. Sure, everybody Googles, and Google Earth is de rigueur.
But my question is, "Have you seen SketchUp? " This tool for three-dimensional modeling is fun, engaging, and, in the end, powerful. What I am enjoying the most about introducing SketchUp to kids and teachers I work with is the level of spontaneous creativity it engenders. Lots of kids, and more than a few adults, start doing cool things that require perseverance and complex thinking, and they are doing these things without being asked to.
Need some help getting started? Credit: SketchUp Here are some ideas for classroom uses of SketchUp: In Sarah Plain and Tall, Sarah has gone to the prairie and is living in a house with Caleb, Anna, and their father, Jacob. And what about an assignment for the teacher? Hey, time to get on with this. Like any good technology integration, make sure your use of SketchUp is not about the technology. Oh, and did I mention that professional architects use this tool? Teacher Guide. Mr Drozd's Digital Media Studies. IB ITGS Course at Springbrook High School. Lesson Plans Sem. 1. This course is no longer offered at The American International School - Riyadh. As such this site and its content will no longer be maintained. However, you are free to access the resources and lessons here.
The only thing I ask is that you give credit to Bradensitgs.com when using the materials herein. The Lessons This is the program of study I hope to follow for the year. Jump to Class : August | September | October | November | December What is ITGS? Course syllabus - it is online in the forum and on the servers at: T:\abraden\public\student pickup Project Command Terms Sections 1,2 and 3 New IB emphasis on Section 2 and technology Check out web page Comments/Questions Homework: Begin memorizing Command Terms in the back of the syllabus.
Get Syllabus, Assessment Guide and Project Guide from server and copy to your desktop. Syllabus - read it, know it, love it! Assign Computer Confluence while students are writing up examples (on any tech topic) of the first four Command Terms. Register for forum. Education Exchange. Thank you for your interest in the Adobe Education Exchange.
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