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Greta Oppe

Arounder - 44 views

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    Virtual field trip! From the site: "AROUNDER gives travelers a vivid sense of what a city has to offer: historical cathedrals and works of art, museums featuring famous artists, local cafes and stores, breathtaking mountain-top views, quiet parks and gardens. Each issue contains a series of interesting panoramas giving you a full immersive view of the cities. Navigation is easy with Google maps of the city and surrounding area. Every issue also links to local merchants with virtual tours of hotels, restaurants, spas and stores."
Martin Burrett

The Great Plant Hunt - 47 views

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    A website for Primary School from Kew Gardens - Find a categorise plants, look at germination and look at seed 'design' for different environments. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Science
Marc Patton

Project Learning Tree - 0 views

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    Do you have an idea for a school/community native plant garden, a forest improvement project, a streamside restoration plan, a recycling program, or energy conservation project for your students? Need funds to implement it? Apply for a Project Learning Tree GreenWorks! grant!
Jeannie Anderson

Worm your way into world of indoor composting - Garden Expert - The Buffalo News - 45 views

  • vermiculture bin called the Worm Factory
    • Mike Johnson
       
      What is vermiculture? Can I break apart the word to figure it out? I know that vermin are pests like rats and bugs and I know that the word culture usually means a group of people practicing the same traditions and way of life
    • Michelle Cryan
       
      It's composting using worms.
  • It looks like a stack of black boxes about 20 by 20 inches.
    • Jeannie Anderson
       
      Do you have a picture?
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    worm composting
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    worm composting
Martin Burrett

A step back in time is a great leap forward for multi-sensory learning - 7 views

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    "Imagine lying on the floor of a Tudor hall and gazing up at the expressions of art all around you, listening to the sound of melodies Henry VIII  would have heard, or breathing in the scent of seasonal herbs that have graced a kitchen garden for three hundred years. These wonderful experiences would be a treat to the senses for any of us, but for our students who are working towards or at Entry Level 1, multi-sensory learning is an essential part of engaging with the world around them."
LuAnne Holder

Creating the Walled Garden: Setting up Web 2.0 Apps on School District Servers - 86 views

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    List of web apps that could be useful for educatores
heather r

home - 0 views

Anne Stansell

Ms Hogue's Online English Resources - - 14 views

shared by Anne Stansell on 02 Mar 09 - Cached
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    AP English syllabus
Marsha Ratzel

Harvard University Press - Field Notes on Science and Nature - 93 views

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    Slideshow runs to reveal pictures from famous scientists' notebooks. Kids would be amazed to see the detail of work these hold and hopefully inspired to replicate the greats.
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    Gorgeous I'd love this for my kitchen garden students to inspire journals.
Doug Henry

Panorama and "reverse" panorama software - 3 views

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    Garden Gnome Software offers the following products: Pano2VR is a panorama player that can produce 360° panoramic images as well as full screen 360 degree virtual tours. Object2VR creates an interactive rotatable object from a series of still shots (reverse panorama)
Martin Burrett

Grow Your Own Potatoes - 2 views

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    A UK based site where schools can request a 'Grow Your Own Potatoes' kit and information and ideas about how to bring this into the curriculum. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Cross+Curricular
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