Powerful Quotes for Teachers (Printer Friendly Version) – TheApple.com – Annotated
Prompts with Pictures
Pictures to stimulate ideas for writing: titles, settings, characters, problems, actions. Each section has 3 pictures with reminder to include all parts of a story. Pictures can be printed to be used as story covers.
Educational Technology Clearinghouse
Site of FCIT (the Florida Center for Instructional Technology) and ETC (the Educational Technology Clearinghouse) which provide digital content, professional development, and technical services supporting the appropriate integration of technology into K-12 and preservice education.
Curriki – TakingMeaningfulNotes
This unit teaches students how to take notes from a lecture or from text. It includes seven lessons to teach what is necessary and what is not, how to use several graphic organizers, how to abbreviate, and how to write questions that count.
dougbelshaw.com/blog » Blog Archive » How to SPIN your way to giving more constructive negative feedback.
It’s difficult to give feedback, especially when it’s not positive. However, as a leader, it’s something that’s necessary to get the best of people.
The MegaPenny Project | Index Page
Visualizing huge numbers can be very difficult. People regularly talk about millions of miles, billions of bytes, or trillions of dollars, yet it’s still hard to grasp just how much a “billion” really is. The MegaPenny Project aims to help by taking one small everyday item, the U.S. penny, and building on that to answer the question: “What would a billion (or a trillion) pennies look like?”
Building Your Circle of Wisdom
A great article by Kate Ellis (@mrsbrowndog) & Mike Fisher (@fisher1000) about the importance of networking and the use of techology tools to expand professional learning networks (PLN).
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