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5 Video Projects for Students This week I'm taking a few days off to ski, play with my dogs, visit with friends and family, and generally recharge my batteries. If you're on vacation this week too, I hope that you're having a great vacation. While I'm away I'm rerunning the most popular posts of the year. The selections are based on pageviews during 2012.

SMARTBoard Lessons Podcast » Media Lessons SMARTBoard Lessons 147: Student Interaction Sunday, October 12th, 2008 [audio: In Episode 147: Links You Can Use: Please take this survey. It is short and will help Joan and I understand who is listening to the podcast and how we can meet your needs. Thanks for supporting us, Ben. webtoolsforeducators / Digital Textbooks Fad or Future of Instructional Materials? This page is a Webliography of resources mentioned in an article that appeared in Today's Catholic Teacher magazine. Overtime, additional resources may be added.

SmartBoardSmarty - Download a Notebook File Enjoy a SMART Notebook file! Didn't find exactly what you needed, try this custom search for other SMART Notebook files! Search only the SMART Exchange website! 7 Activities for Pi Day Download the SMART Notebook file: Download the file as a .pdf: ilearnNYCLabCohorts - iZone Framework Get your brand new Wikispaces Classroom now and do "back to school" in style. guest Join | Help | Sign In ilearnNYCLabCohorts Home America's History in the Making — Overview Lois Leveen – Academic DirectorLois Leveen was a professor at UCLA and at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. In addition to her work on this project, she served as project director for Engaging the American Past, a Teaching American History grant serving thirty school districts in Washington State. She designs and delivers professional development workshops throughout the United States on teaching American history at the elementary-, middle-, and high-school levels; on teaching with technology; and on addressing race in K–12 and college classes. She is an editor of The Heath Anthology of American Literature and served as a primary investigator in the Visible Knowledge Project, a five-year national study on educational uses of information technology. As academic director, Dr.

untitled Common Core EssentialsFive resources to help you implement the Common Core State Standards and prepare for the assessments Bonus Item! Free Webinar:Ensure Success on the New Common Core Assessments with Study Island Thursday, September 12, 20132:30 PM - 3:15 PM Central Time Five “Common” Common Core Questions Assessment Item Types Brochure Radio Hour asks: “Why do we collaborate?” This week’s TED Radio Hour examines “Why We Collaborate,” exploring why, and how, millions of people come together to work on online projects, sometimes for free. The episode begins with Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, who spoke at TEDGlobal 2005, back when the site was still very new. The incredible growth of Wikipedia since then not only illustrates the range of people who contribute to it, but how mass collaboration can improve the world in increments. Next, Luis Von Ahn approaches a similar problem from a slightly different perspective. His project Duolingo teaches students languages by getting them to translate the web, a daunting project.