Recently, I was talking with my friend and literacy expert Shaelynn Farnsworth about the shifting definition of literacy and how we are all teachers of literacy.
I've been Tweeting about this idea for a few weeks now, promising to post about it, but I've been just a wee bit busy with the start of school this year. (This year? Every year! LOL)
The USGS offers free topographic maps for most of the United States. The maps can be downloaded as PDFs through the USGS store. The maps can be used in the 27 suggested topographic maps lessons found in the USGS education site.
Almost every teacher does it. But is it effective?
Technological advances make collaborative learning across global workforces much more achievable.
This new video would be good for IB Theory of Knowledge classes when learning about perception. NPR also just published a related article, How A ‘Sixth Sense’ Helps Simone Biles Fly, And The Rest Of Us Walk.
Yesterday I spent a few minutes on a quick rant blaming laptops and mobile devices for being the reason for the terrible KC Royals pitching, destroying the rainforest, causing the downfall of the Roman Empire, and ruining your students’ educational …