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Archive for March, 2010

Global Collaboration Resource- Around the World with 80 Schools

March 30, 2010
Global Collaboration Resource- Around the World with 80 Schools

Have you considered connecting your classroom with another classroom around the world? Are you studying communities, temperature, time, weather or holidays?  Can you think of some questions that your students could ask students in other locations to gather data on these topics? What about literature. Would you be interested in discussing a book your...
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NY Times Creates Student Opinion Publishing Opportunity

March 24, 2010
NY Times Creates Student Opinion Publishing Opportunity

The NYTimes.com launched a daily Student Opinion feature last October.  It is a  “safe space” on NYTimes.com – and on the Internet overall – for students 13 and older to voice their views on the news.  This blog format contains postings on topics that will provoke student opinions. Students have the ability to leave...
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Student learning on demand with over 1000 targeted math and science tutorials

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March 16, 2010
Student learning on demand with over 1000 targeted math and science tutorials

Today I was introduced to a fabulous website called Khan Academy. The address of the site is http://www.khanacademy.org.  Khan Academy hosts over 1000 math and science video tutorials.  All of the videos are categorized and hosted on Youtube.  Here is a quote from their site “We have 1000+ videos on YouTube covering everything from...
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How can teacher websites impact student learning?

March 10, 2010
How can teacher websites impact student learning?

Over this past school year we have been working hard to create and develop a model for teacher websites. In the high school we have introduced a WordPress MU blog server. This new tool allows teachers to maintain websites without having to know any web programming.  It also allows teachers access to their sites...
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Interactive Applets for High School Math

March 1, 2010

I came across the website the other day. It is called analyze math http://www.analyzemath.com/. I found it to be a great resource for creating interactive math lessons.  Here is a description from the website: “The site includes several java applets to investigate Graphs of Functions, Equations, and Algebra. Topics explored are: equations of line,...
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