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25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers

25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers

Electronic Portfolios in the K-12 Classroom The use of personal portfolios for assessment and presentation long has been a component of higher education. In fact, personal portfolios are a graduation requirement at many colleges and universities. Now, electronic portfolios have begun to enter the world of K-12 education as well. Learn what electronic portfolios are and discover how they can help you and benefit your students.

Faux Technology This week my students will be texting their sight words on iPhones. They will be typing their sight words on iPads. And they will organize playlists on their iPods in alphabetical order. Expensive? Who's Who? - Back-To-School Interactive Bulletin Board While your new students have likely grown up with each other, test how much they really know with this fun back-to-school icebreaker and bulletin board from Inside Bodine! Not only will you get to know a little more about your students, we think this is a great way to build community and set the tone for a fun year. Provide students with a mini-questionnaire, inviting them to answer 3-4 questions - i.e. "If you could work at any job, what would it be?"

Sorting Colours with Cardboard Tubes learning 4 kids Loads of fun ideas for learning through play at home You are here: Home / Learning Play / Sorting Colours with Cardboard Rolls Sorting Colours with Cardboard Rolls Posted by Janice on October 2, 2012 20 Comments If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. 5 Favorite Technology Integration Projects by Kelli Erwin Posted by Shelly Terrell on Friday, April 30th 2010 Part of the Cool Sites series The end of the school year is upon us and students (not to mention teachers) are ready for a break. The only problem is that school isn’t over yet and we still have things that we need to teach our students. Take the time to find a fun and engaging technology enriched project to complete with your students.

Dragonflies in First: freebie Although I can staple into every wall, classroom wall "real estate" is still limited. I didn't want a birthday chart to take up a bunch of room. So I reduced to this little cutie. It is so easy to change each year. All I do is print out a new list of names for each month and slip those little pieces of paper under the correct month. In BT (Before Thirty-Kiddos) times I had a pretty large reading center in my room.

Activités pour le Préscolaire: Et tombe la pluie: bricolage météo tout en relief. I must admit that I did several tests and trials to arrive at this result. My first goal was to recreate a rain with a 3-dimensional effect. I tried different kinds of paper. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: The 8 Best Pinterest Boards about Educational Technology Happy New Year everybody. I hope 2013 will be a better year for you , one that is full of achievements, joy, and happiness. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning is thanking you warmly for your loyalty and promising you another year full of great posts and outstanding educational resources.

The Best Free Task Management Tools for Teachers While reading The Information Diet: A Case for Conscious Consumption , a great book which I will review in the Book Review section here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning as soon as I finish it, I got the idea of compiling a list of some of the best task management tools that can help you effectively manage your tasks online and stay organized. Check out the list below and share with us your suggestions : 7 Great Web Services to Transfer Large Files There is no blinking the fact that web 2.0 technologies have radically revolutionized the way users interact with internet and if we narrow down our scope to the file sharing area it becomes clear how easier it becomes for anyone to upload and share files with a single click. The thing, however, is that free file sharing is limited to only a few MBs per file which is, most of the times, insufficient especially when we have many files to share with our students and colleagues. Check out : The Easiest and Quickest Way Teachers Share Files for Free Well Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has done some digging and came up with a list of some great web tools where you can upload ,share and transfer large files ( sometimes up to 5 GB ) for free .

Grid Games for Preschool Math Here are some new Grid Games I have added to go with the Themes, so all of the themes now have a grid game to go with them. Need directions for these games? Find directions and more grid games at this link! The Easiest and Quickest Ways Teachers Share Files online for Free The idea of compiling a list of some free and easy tools for teachers to share files dawned on us while we were working on " Great Web Tools to Share Large Files". As busy teachers, we often times find ourselves pressed by time even to go on Dropbox and share a file for it does take sometime. Well if you think file sharing takes much of your time then check out the list of the web tools included below and I am pretty sure you will change your mind .These tools are very easy to use and allows users to instantly share files without any need for sign-up or any software installation.

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