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Dean Mantz

Teachers' Domain: Home - 3 views

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    Teachers' Domain is an online library of more than 1,000 free media Teachers from the best in public television. These classroom Teachers, featuring media from NOVA, Frontline, Design Squad, American Experience, and other public broadcasting and content partners are easy to use and correlate to state and national standards. Teachers' Domain Teachers include video and audio segments, Flash interactives, images, documents, lesson plans for Teachers, and student-oriented activities. Once you register, you can personalize the site using "My Folders" and "My Groups" to save your favorite Teachers into a folder and share them with your colleagues or Teachers. Teachers' Domain strives to strengthen teacher knowledge by providing innovative teaching methods that incorporate technology in the classroom and inspire Teachers to learn.
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    Mulitmedia resources for educators at all levels. There are ways to conduct International projects too.
Amanda Kenuam

Be a Real Whiz! - Special Needs Resources - 16 views

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    "special needs, students, autism, students, games, students, activities, skills"
Tom McHale

Kids Create -- and Critique on -- Social Networks | Edutopia - 1 views

  • "With Web 2.0, there's a strong impetus to make connections," says University of Minnesota researcher Christine Greenhow, who studies how people learn and teach with social networking. "It's not just creating content. It's creating content to share."
  • And once they share their creations, kids can access one of the richest parts of this learning cycle: the exchange that follows. "While the ability to publish and to share is powerful in and of itself, most of the learning occurs in the connections and conversation that occur after we publish," argues education blogger Will Richardson (a member of The George Lucas Educational Foundation's National Advisory Council).
  • In this online exchange, students can learn from their peers and simultaneously practice important soft skills -- namely, how to accept feedback and to usefully critique others" work.
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  • "I learn how to take in constructive criticism," says thirteen-year-old Tiranne
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  • Using tools such as the social-network-creation site Ning, teachers can easily develop their own networks, Mosea says. "It is better to create your own," he argues. "If a teacher creates his or her own network, teachers will post as if their teacher is watching them, and they'll tend to be more safe. "You can build social networks around the curriculum," Mosea adds, "so you can use them as a teaching resource or another tool." An online social network is another tool -- but it's a tool with an advantage: It wasn't just imposed by teachers; the teachers have chosen it.
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    "Self-Directed Learning When students are motivated to create work that they share online, it ignites an independent learning cycle driven by their ideas and energized by responses from peers."
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    Self-Directed Learning "When students are motivated to create work that they share online, it ignites an independent learning cycle driven by their ideas and energized by responses from peers."
David Hilton

History Teachers Group - 14 views

Hi. We've got a group for history teachers, teachers and enthusiasts to share teachers, bookmarks and ideas with each other. The focus is on helping history teachers and teachers share good-qualit...

started by David Hilton on 06 Jul 09 no follow-up yet
Dean Mantz

100 Best YouTube Videos for Teachers - Classroom 2.0 - 27 views

  • View the list of the Top 100 Videos for Teachers. This list is provided by SmartTeaching.org, a leading online resource for current Teachers, and aspiring education Teachers and student Teachers.
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    Top 100 educational videos on YouTube.
Fred Delventhal

Science Fair Projects, Science Fair Ideas - Science Fair Sanity - 1 views

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    Science Fair Sanity is a FREE resource for students, students, and science fair coordinators.
Fred Delventhal

100 Awesome, Free Web Tools for Elementary Teachers | Smart Teaching - 0 views

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    we've put together a listing of some of the best sites for elementary teachers and teachers online, plus a few tools to help you keep everything together.
Heather Hurley

NSDL.org | The National Science Digital Library - 1 views

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    NSDL.org is an online science library with links to high quality science, technology, engineering, and math resources for K-12 resources, faculty, librarians, resources and informal learners. Funded by the National Science Foundation.
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    The National Science Digital Library - lots of resources for K-12 resources and librarians.
Fred Delventhal

Classroom Architect - 0 views

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    Outline Your Classroom Floor Plan For students, the classroom environment is very important. The size of the classroom and interior areas, the colors of the walls, the type of furniture and flooring, the amount of light, and the room arrangement all influence how students learn. Thoughtful arrangement of the indoor and outdoor environments will support your learning goals for students.This tool provides an opportunity for experimentation with the layout of your classroom without any heavy lifting!
Randy Rodgers

AllThingsPLC - Research, education tools and blog for building a professional learning community - 15 views

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    "This site was created to serve as a collaborative, objective resource for educators and administrators who are committed to enhancing student achievement. We invite you to share your knowledge, ask questions, and get expert insight into the issues teachers face each day in the classroom." Includes blog, teachers, information and statistics on networks and their effectiveness.
Lauri Brady

Filament Games-Operation PLAY - 7 views

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    "Commencing Operation Play, a call-to-arms for all believers in the positive impact of game-based learning! From September 15th - 19th, we're celebrating educators that utilize game-based learning in their classrooms and the benefits games can have on student engagement and understanding. We've partnered with some of the most powerful forces in the industry to build a hub of teacher resources for adding game-based learning to your classroom curriculum. Check out the Resource Center for success stories, inspiring implementation ideas, cutting-edge research, and game-based learning tools. Together we can spread the word about #opPLAY14!"
Kimberly LaPrairie

LiveBinders - Organize your resources in an online binder - 34 views

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    LiveBinders is dedicated to helping you empower others with the information you work hard to collect. If you're like us, you've used 'creative' tactics to keep track of all your links either through email, word documents or endless lists in your browser bookmarks folder. It's hard to put a group of links together in any meaningful format. And sharing a group of URLs is cumbersome for everyone - the sender and the receiver. Have you ever looked through your bookmarks list and forgotten what they are all for? We created LiveBinders so that you could do with digital information what you do with the papers on your desk - organize them into nice containers - like 3-ring binders on your shelf. With our online-binders you can also upload your documents and easily combine them with your links in a neat and organized way. We welcome you to create as many livebinders as you need to help organize the stuff you collect and share on the Web. Thank you Teachers We have been delighted that Teachers are using livebinders as a way to communicate with parents, Teachers, and each other. We could not have done it without the feedback from our launch, and hope LiveBinders will continue to make your digital life easier. We're still fixing bugs and adding features so please keep that feedback coming! Let us know at feedback@livebinders.com. Thanks for your help!
Sue Hellman

Small Changes; BIG RETURNS - Home - 0 views

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    My first blog --> introduces meshows tools I like & questions I am grappling with "When I first started teaching and used to imagine how I'd end up, I thought perhaps I'd be helping student teachers learn how to work in the classroom. Now I think that goal may be within reach, but with a different twist, because I'm getting enormous pleasure from helping colleagues -- many near dinosaurs like I almost was -- renew, refresh and re-energize their work -- by letting web-based tools and teachers breathe new life into our work.
Jennifer Dorman

NewsHour Extra | PBS - 0 views

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    News for students and students for students (grades 7-12)
Randy Rodgers

Educational Games, Worksheets & Homework Help for Kids, Parents and Teachers | Game Classroom - 25 views

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    Games for grades k-6. "We've thoroughly searched the web for engaging and educational games for kids, and we've collaborated with top educators to ensure that all of our games are age-appropriate, relevant and compliant with academic standards. Our team of educators has also created a vast library of "Homework Help" as an additional resource for students, students and parents."
rachelworman

Teacher Advice - 28 views

I am getting my degree to become a teacher and I am doing a project for school. Please help me out by answering one or two of my questions. What kind of tools or resources do you recommend f...

education learning teaching reading tools resources classroom interactive

started by rachelworman on 30 Nov 18 no follow-up yet
Mary Phillips

KlabLab | The Education Co-Creation Network - 0 views

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    The bomb-diggity learning resource for teachers and teachers! KlabLab feature songs and music videos about all sorts of topics. Very good stuff, definitely worth exploring. 
Fred Delventhal

History Engine: Tools for Collaborative Education and Research | Home - 15 views

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    "The History Engine is an educational tool that gives students the opportunity to learn history by doing the work-researching, writing, and publishing-of a historian. The result is an ever-growing collection of historical articles or "episodes" that paints a wide-ranging portrait of life in the United States throughout its history and that is available to scholars, students, and the general public in our online database." Via http://www.freetech4students.com/2012/04/history-engine-explore-stories-of.html
Jennifer Dorman

Global Politics | Essential Guide | BBC World Service - 0 views

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    I saw this bookmark on Vicki Davis' blog. This is a terrific resources for all resources to use to contextualize the 21st century and help resources understand their place in this world.
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