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Dean Mantz

iLearn Technology » Blog Archive » 31 of My Favorite Digital Storytelling Sites - 8 views

    Kelly Tenkely of iLearn Technology has shared a list of great digital storytelling resources that would be great additions to your curriculum.
Dean Mantz advent created by ktenkely based on Kindergarten - 11 views

    Here is an excellent Web 2.0 Advent Calendar of tools for educators via iLearn Technology (Kelly Tenkley)
Sandy Kendell

iLearn Booths - 13 views

    Students video themselves solving math problems; teachers learn how to help them.
Julie Altmark

iLearn Technology » Blog Archive » The Pre-Raph Pack - 3 views

    Featured Post Scholastic's The First Thanksgiving What it is: Scholastic has amazing resources all year long but the interactive on The First Thanksgiving is topnotch!  Students learn about how the Pilgrims reached America, and what daily life was before the First Thanksgiving.  Students can take a tour of the Mayflower, take the virtual journey to America, compare and contrast modern life with when the Pilgrims lived (housing, clothes, food, chores, school, games), and the Thanksgiving feast.  There is a great slideshow and play a webquest feature where kids can learn more about the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag and the famous harvest feast.  The site includes audio for every page and activity.  This is great for younger students. How to integrate Scholastic's The First Thanksgiving into the classroom: The First Thanksgiving is a collection of great activities for students to learn about Thanksgiving and the Pilgrims.  Students can use this site independently as young as first grade because of the audio features on The First Thanksgiving.  The site can be used as a center activity that a few students can explore together, independently in the computer lab setting, or as a whole class with a projector or interactive whiteboard.  The webquest at the end of the activity checks for student understanding with a quiz.  Increase students participation further with some The First Thanksgiving bonus features and extras.  Print out a Thanksgiving Readers theater, door signs, a fact hunt, a vocabulary quiz, and some letters from historical figures.  There are also research and historical fiction journals that students can continue learning with.  These range from a Plymoth Colony research starter to Our America: Colonial period. Tips: Check out Scholastic's Teaching resources for The First Thanksgiving as well as the literature connections that are available. Leave a comment and share how you are using The First Thanksgiving  in your classroom. Read More
Pat Hensley

iLearn Technology » Book Punch - 0 views

    tool to improve reading
Dean Mantz

iLearn Technology » Blog Archive » Bloom's Taxonomy: Bloomin' Peacock - 17 views

    Digital Age Blooms Taxonomy along with Web 2.0 tools per Blooms level via Kelly Tenkely on Twitter.
Roland O'Daniel

iLearn Technology » Blog Archive » Um-bloom-ra Bloom's Taxonomy - 11 views

    ast week I blogged about my Bloomin' Peacock, a new Bloom's Taxonomy visual I made to share with teachers in a training.  Over the years, I have created a number of Bloom's Taxonomy pictures to hang in my classroom for students to refer to.  My Bloomin' Peacock was such a hit with you all, I thought I would start sharing the others I've made.   Today I revived one that I created for my classroom and added the digital version (again the digital tools displayed relate directly to the Treasures reading curriculum).  This is my Um-bloom-ra Bloom's Taxonomy:
Anna Adam

iLearn Technology - 0 views

    Awesome blog that highlights one or two Web 2.0 gems with each post. Very clean blog with info on the site/application, tips and most importantly, ways to implement that site/application into your curriculum.
Deb Henkes

iLearn Technology » Blog Archive » Swiffly: Convert SWF (Flash) files to HTML5 - 5 views

    "What Swiffy is: Google rocks my socks. The good people at Google that are dreaming up ways to change the world never cease to amaze me. Today, new to Google Labs is a little tool called Swiffy. Swiffy let's you upload a SWF file (otherwise known as Flash) and convert it to HTML5. "
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