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Kevin Jarrett

Guides to the 2007 Office system user interface - Training - Microsoft Office Online - 0 views

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    Cool flash guides to Office 2007! Click a menu in an Office 2003 app and it shows you where it is in Office 2007.
Marie Coppolaro

goldrush_index.swf (application/x-shockwave-flash Object) - 0 views

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    games to strengthen scanning skills
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    games to strengthen internet scanning skills
Marie Coppolaro

21st Century Information Fluency - 0 views

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    Amazing host of resources on using the net, ethical use, web 2.0 and so much more. Mini modules, videos, you name it.
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    If you have not seen these resources, you are missing out.
Angela Maiers

Educational Podcasting - 0 views

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    Incredible list of podcasting resources! WOW!
Dennis Richards

Wordle - Library Classification 800s - 0 views

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Dennis Richards

Meet Me! | Finding Common Ground - 0 views

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    Book a Trip inventor
Dennis Richards

Book A Trip! - 0 views

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    Starting this month, October, and going all the way to March, we'll be sharing Travel Trunks showcasing six continents! Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America. Here on the Book-A-Trip wiki, we'll even share information about Antarctica.
Dennis Richards

book-a-trip » home - 0 views

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    Grab your passports! Pack your Travel Trunks!

    Starting this month, October, and going all the way to March, we'll be sharing Travel Trunks showcasing six continents! Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America. Here on the Book-A-Trip wiki, we'll even share information about Antarctica.

    As your class explores the Travel Trunk for a continent, you'll be able to visit the Book-A-Trip wiki to share what you've learned! It's easy to do and a great way to find out what other students learn that you may have missed. Plus, your parents can visit too - I bet they know something about the continents...or do they?

    Let's get going!
Dennis Richards

Student Response System: Faculty: Best Practices - 0 views

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    Best Practices
    Tips on effectively integrating and using clickers in the classroom

    Best practices are lessons learned throughout our first year using clickers. The following information was created by input from faculty, faculty development, and support.
Dennis Richards

Student Response System: Faculty: Articles and Research - 0 views

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    Below are links to a series of articles that pertain to clickers in the classroom. Some articles are tips for faculty who are getting started using clickers. Other articles detail instructors' experience in using and integrating clickers in their classrooms. We have included articles regarding assessing student learning in large classes to help one with the redesign of a course that will use clickers. Further, there is a listing of popular media articles and peer reviewed journal articles.
Dave Truss

National School Reform Faculty - 0 views

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    Great Quote: We have learned that Critical Friendship, an essential ingredient for learning communities, is best achieved through providing deliberate time and structures to promote adult growth that is directly linked to student learning.
Angela Maiers

letsgetengaged » 1. Creating a motivating and positive classroom climate - 1 views

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    Great resources and links on student engagement and motivation.
Vicki Davis

Cable's Leaders in Learning Awards - 0 views

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    Cable in the classroom has their leader in learning awards open this year. Last year I was a semifinalist. Don't know if I'll make any effort to apply for any more awards, but it is a great opportunity.

    My local paper last year didn't even cover it although they came ot take pictures. I often get obstacles to what I'm doing simply because people don't understand it.
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    Cable in the Classroom Leaders in Learning Awards.
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    Awards for leaders in education.
Vicki Davis

ExploraVision - 0 views

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    Contest to encourage student to create a vision of the future of technology. This site shows the inventions and the awards. This is a neat competition and you might want to plug in your math and science program, particularly the gifted program. Competitions help your top students reach higher and are a very important part of gifted programs (and others too!)
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    K-12 student competition for creating the future of technology.
Vicki Davis

Knowles Science Teaching Foundation - 0 views

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    Math and Science fellowships for beginning math and science teachers.
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    Math and Science teachers -- beginning teachers should consider applying for these fellowships. These are in the United States. Here is what the ocmpany says about the fellowships (applications due Jan 15):

    "The prestigious KSTF Teaching Fellowship is valued at nearly $150,000 over the course of five-years and supports aspiring teachers of promise as they embark on careers teaching high school science and mathematics. Designed to meet the financial and professional needs of beginning teachers, the Fellowship exposes educators to a variety of teaching resources, new curriculum materials, and research and experts in the field. Most importantly, the program fosters professional development within a community of high school science and mathematics teachers and prepares Fellows to become leaders in their field."
Vicki Davis

Eco-Bunnies - 0 views

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    Ecobunnies for teaching about carbon offset - from Travelocity.
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    Travelocity has worked to create a course on carbon offsets and wants help naming their eco-bunnies. This looks to be something fascinating for elementary teachers. Would love to hear what you think?
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