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Teaching Blog Addict: Welcome to TBA!

Teaching Blog Addict: Welcome to TBA!
Let's Get Started! Read about how Teaching Blog Addict got it's name and was started. You just may find yourself nodding in agreement and laughing over just how much you are an addict too. {You're not alone!} Join the community of teachers who enjoy having resources like the fantastic ones shared by teachers on this site. Browse ideas using the search bar, menu or links on the site to dig into the fantastic resources shared by teachers worldwide. You may want to start here: Blog - The latest freebie Friday posts and over 3,000 more from our authorsTeaching Blog Collections - Find and add to your favoritesPinterest Collections - Themes will make it easy to find what you needPinboards by Grade Level - Find ideas by grade levelLittle Black Book of Linky Parties - Teaching topics hosted by fantastic bloggersGiveaway Directory - Enter to win free stuff Addicts and Junkies unite! Related:  School BloggingMy Professional Learning Network

Lisa Nielsen: The Innovative Educator School Library Research (SLR) School Library Research (ISSN: 2165-1019) is the scholarly refereed research journal of the American Association of School Librarians. It is the successor to School Library Media Research (ISSN: 1523-4320) and School Library Media Quarterly Online. The purpose of School Library Research is to promote and publish high quality original research concerning the management, implementation, and evaluation of school library programs. The journal will also emphasize research on instructional theory, teaching methods, and critical issues relevant to school libraries and school librarians. SLR seeks to distribute major research findings worldwide through both electronic publication and linkages to substantive documents on the Internet. The primary audience for SLR includes academic scholars, school librarians, instructional specialists and other educators who strive to provide a constructive learning environment for all students and teachers. Two New Research Papers PublishedFebruary 2017

Songs for Children With Lyrics, Kids craft ideas, Printables, Food Recipes, Apps and more Welcome to The Schroeder Page! Research and Citation Tools for Students Jump to navigation Updated Privacy Policy Donate Check out what's new in: Bookmark Related Top Picks Displaying 1 - 9 of 9. Best Apps for Kids with Autism Find tools to help kids build important social and communication skills. Grades Pre-K - 12 English Language Arts Communication & Collaboration, Character & SEL 10 Best ELA Tools for Middle School 10 top-rated apps and websites for the middle school ELA classroom. Grades 6 - 8 English Language Arts, English Language Learning Communication & Collaboration, Tech Skills Best Common Core ELA Tools for High School Outstanding high school-level apps, games, and websites aligned to ELA Common Core standards. Grades 9 - 12 Communication & Collaboration, Creativity, Critical Thinking Best Common Core ELA Tools for Middle School Magnificent middle school-level apps, games, and websites aligned to ELA Common Core standards. Communication & Collaboration, Critical Thinking Best Common Core ELA Tools for Elementary Schoolers Grades Pre-K - 5 Grades 2 - 12 See All Top Picks

The Unquiet Librarian I rarely write posts about tech tools in recent years, but I thought I would briefly share some of my “go to” resources that have become an integral part of my work since coming to Norcross High in August of 2013. These apps and devices are essential to the work I’m doing related to teaching and learning, especially for capturing student work whether it is for archival purposes, assessment, collaborative work between classes, or to merely document learning activities and experiences in our work with teachers and students. They also help me collect qualitative data, celebrate all aspects of student learning, and interact with both students and teachers. I’ll also share our essential non-technology oriented tools that we can’t live without here in the NHS Library Learning Studio. Scanner Pro App ($2.99) I’m excited to have such a robust app, especially that runs on my older iPhone 4s. You can also import photos quickly from any of your camera rolls on your iPhone: Vine Nikon Coolpix S6500

plenty of colour Classroom DIY How to Cite Images on Your Blog When using Copyrighted work with written permission from owner… Used with permission from “name” , URL link to original source and or owner online presence. Ex. Used with permission from Silvia Tolisano When using images licensed under Creative Commons… Image licensed under Creative Commons by “name or username “. Ex. When using an image falling under Public Domain, you are not required to cite the creator/owner of the work. Image from Public Domain by “name”. When using images claiming Fair Use, you have to give full credit to original creator , with name as well as link to original source (ex. Image used, claiming Fair Use. Click to enlarge poster. Related Teaching Students About Using Images off Wikipedia We want our students to start creating... 1. In "Digital Images" Citing an Image is Not Enough! 1. In "Copyright" So... 7.

This one blog provides multiple networking resources for teachers. It boasts that it links to 1,000+ teacher blogs as well as 600+ pin boards. What a great way to find and share instructional ideas and resources. by katherineking2 Mar 19

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