@olgaga2 remember how much we loved Thos. Jefferson in the play 1776?
My MHS '72 classmate! https://t.co/lTMEBloQ72
Statistical data from most recent census
Always enjoy meeting up with our friends @ImagineEasy https://t.co/Q4kdFzSh6G
"a free tool for creating picture books. Students can import pictures from their computers then write captions for each image. All stories can be saved online or downloaded and printed. If picture books are too simple for your students, they can skip using pictures and select one of the text only templates for the pages in their books. "
Climate deniers blame global warming on nature. This NASA data begs to differ http://t.co/D8jTsLl9fC
RT @BobBraunsLedger: New post: In Newark, a Trenton bureaucrat runs the schools while Baraka demands immediate local control http://t.co/dT…
Very interesting article. https://t.co/YB0E8uQ75j
"Students and teachers can login to the DocHub app (or DocHub.com) using their Google account. From there, it is possible to upload any PDF, text document, or Microsoft Office file from Drive, the web, or even your computer/Chromebook download folder. Once a document had been uploaded, students can highlight, draw, insert text boxes, and even incorporate sticky notes. These annotated PDFs can then be sent to Drive or even shared with a link. Unlike some other web-based annotation tools, all of the annotations remain with the PDF after it has been sent to Drive though the sticky notes only appear when shared with a link."
good resources for creating online story books.
RT @alaannual: Excited to have @dmrussell join us for #alaac15 – talking about search, reference and #libraryofthefuture http://t.co/ZDqdQP…
Research: 6 in 10 Millennials Have 'Low' Technology Skills -- Campus Technology http://t.co/7ReEpDVjSL | not surprised by this
This is a great infographic! https://t.co/Mrv1Tqaznq
great overview of the research process via project based learning. Note sustained inquiry.
Each weekday, we scour the Internet for age-appropriate news stories that will interest students in Grades 1-12, then invite them to take quizzes or post comments. All quiz scores are delivered automatically to teachers. All comments are approved by their teachers before they are published.
leveled reading for elementary. Various genres and nonfiction.
"a neat website that features a new buzzword of the day everyday. Each buzzword is picked from the currently trending topics being discussed on news programs, political talk shows, and news websites. "
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"The activity has an overview section in which students read about the structure of silicate minerals before moving to attempt to create silicate mineral models. There are three models for students to try to construct in the simulation." The activity has an overview section in which students read about the structure of silicate minerals before moving to attempt to create silicate mineral models. There are three models for students to try to construct in the simulation.