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Walter Antoniotti

Quick Notes for Accounting Ecomomics Mathematics Statistics History - 3 views

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Neil O'Sullivan

Learning Theory - What are the established learning theories? - 17 views

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    Excellent Learning Theory Mindmap
Jennifer Lamkins

Poptropica - 9 views

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    Created by Jeff Kinney of "Wimpy Kid" fame, this virtual world invites young gamers to create a character and to undertake age-appropriate quests on over a dozen "islands" based on themes from history, nature, and human culture.
Mitch Weisburgh

The Honor Roll: 50 Must-Read K-12 Education IT Blogs | EdTech Magazine - 8 views

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    great list of education blogs
Dean Mantz

SmartBlog on Education - Integration. Infusion. Immersion. - SmartBrief, Inc. SmartBlog... - 6 views

  • With technology immersion, the instruction and the assessments naturally and authentically involve technology at all times, as if it were the new pencil or a piece of paper.
Jennifer Lamkins

For Educators | Resources for Science Learning | The Franklin Institute - 14 views

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    Nice! Thank you.
Jennifer Lamkins

Chronic Illness, Children, Health Education - 1 views

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    Bandaids and Blackboards
    The intent of this site is to sensitize children to what it's like to grow up with a medical problem. This site provides personal experiences submitted by children (some have their own Web page with photos) and games for viewers. The benefits of this page for children with medical conditions and their parents are obvious, but the site also is a great resource for educators dealing with student illness.
Jennifer Lamkins

Infection Detection Protection - 5 views

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    Through the use of colorful text and interactive games, this engaging site from the American Museum of Natural History teaches about the causes of infection, and about how to detect and prevent infection. The site includes facts about infections, interactive games that teach about microbes and bacteria, tips on solving microbe mysteries, and more.
Jennifer Lamkins

Red Gold | PBS - 4 views

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    Red Gold: The Epic Story of Blood
    Developed as a companion to the PBS series Red Gold: The Epic Story of Blood, this site is rich in content and interest, providing information about such topics as blood composition, circulation, typing, donations, and more. Visitors can take a multimedia journey that follows a pint of blood through the transfusion process, learn the basics about blood, and trace the history of blood through an interactive timeline. Middle- and high-school teachers also will find lesson plans and a 12-page discussion guide.
Jennifer Lamkins

Simple Steps To Better Dental Health - 2 views

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    Simple Steps to Better Dental Health
    The interactive tools, diagrams, videos, games, and animations at this comprehensive resource from the University of Pennsylvania Dental School make information about dental health accessible to visitors of all ages. Topics range from the most basic -- such as brushing and flossing -- to the sequence of gum disease and root canal treatment. The site includes sections specifically for seniors, parents, and children.
Jennifer Lamkins

C-SPAN Classroom | Free Primary Source Materials For Social Studies Teachers - 7 views

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    This site contains lesson plans as well as resource information for various levels of teaching government, civics, and history. The Classroom Web site hosts numerous contests throughout the year, as well as great give-aways for teachers. (For example, during the 2004 campaign, they gave teachers huge Electoral College maps.)
Jennifer Lamkins

Intel® Teach Elements-Online Professional Development Courses - 11 views

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    "Intel® Teach helps K-12 teachers of all subjects learn to engage students with digital learning, including digital content, Web 2.0, social networking, and online tools and resources. Intel Teach professional development empowers teachers to integrate technology effectively into their existing curriculum, focusing on their students' problem solving, critical thinking, and collaboration, which are precisely the skills required in the high tech, networked society in which we live."
Jennifer Lamkins

Encyclopedia of Life - Animals - Plants - Pictures & Information - 8 views

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    The goal of Encyclopedia of Life is to be a portal to information about all species of life on Earth. Ultimately, the Encyclopedia hopes to "serve as an online reference source and database for every one of the 1.8 million species that are named and known on this planet, as well as all those later discovered and described. Encyclopedia of Life will be used as both a teaching and a learning tool, helping scientists, educators, students, and the community at large gain a better understanding of this planet and all who inhabit it." Many resources are available already, however, this site always will be a work in progress.
Mitch Weisburgh

Open SUNY : Instructor Home Page - 7 views

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    A free online course in how to use OER materials.
Jennifer Lamkins

Visual Writing Prompts - 8 views

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    a free resource that teachers can use in their classrooms or that individuals can use as inspiration for writing
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