Editorial for iPad: A Landmark in iOS Text Editors  0 views

I always like to watch people who are very productive and am deleting apps that don't add to my life. As a writer, I'm always looking for new cool apps and have been loving IndexCard for a while when drafting and writing books. Here's a new app called Editorial that has me intrigued along with one of the best posts on any app I've ever seen from the Mac Drifter. It has increased support for text versions in Dropbox, which intrigues me the most.
The Middle School Mouth: Interactive Notebooks  Yet Again  9 views

A middle school teacher known only as "Seldy" shares his interactive language arts notebook in this blog post. The notebook is truly something special but even more astounding, he acknowledges that many of the pages he found on Pinterest. Pinterest is ideal for teachers and makes it super easy to share. (I have a Pinterest for beginners post for those who want an invite.) if you teach upper elementary into high school language arts, take time to peruse this notebook. Nice work!
Writing lesson plans  6 views
Opening New Spaces in the Digital Writing Workshop with Google Docs  6 views
Anchor Charts  11 views
Teaching with Technology in the Middle: Finding new hope for research papers (and a new...  10 views
Our great new comments feature  9 views
Cybraryman Writing Prompts  9 views
Mathematics Teaching Using Journals: Writing Strategies That Improve Problem Solving an...  9 views
Writing in Mathematics: Assessing Understanding  Teaching Science and Math  16 views

Writing in math is an excellent way to determine if students' understand or do not understand the math they are learning about.
Allowing students to explain how they solved a math problem, how they developed a formula to solve a problem, or how they applied a math concept requires critical thinking.
Welcome to Teaching That Makes Sense!  15 views
Best Strategies for Eliminating Elementary Student Math Misconceptions  12 views

Eliminating math misconceptions is difficult and merely repeating a lesson or extra practice will not help. Telling students were they are mistaken will not work either.
Recognizing student misconceptions and immediately focusing on the misconception is important. Providing guiding questions using inductive reasoning is the best approach, along with the use of writing prompts which help reveal further student misconceptions.
Kidscapism : Simulated Email System for Students  16 views
Kidblog.org  Blogs for Teachers and Students  10 views

Great blogging solution for younger kids!
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This is an approved KISD student blogging site.

I found that quite a few teachers in the technology forum in Edmodo are using this site for blogging with kids.