Teacher webpages: Everyone's getting one, so you want to join the fun, right?
Fantastic! But -- just like all best practice -- you have to have a plan when you start building your page.
Webpages are a great tool for communicating with students and their parents, but must be treated with careful thought, not just as a last-minute add-on accessory if…Continue
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Do you know of any positions that are open for gifted educators in…Continue
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Today is a day to celebrate and pay tribute to this musical genius. Teachers, students, lovers of music, everyone, can take a journey back in time and meet Tchaikovsky in a way that will captivate all.
Pyotr Tchaikovsky led a somewhat troubled life, despite achieving immense success. He was undoubtedly one of the greatest composers of the Romantic Period. Why…Continue
Added by Marion Andersson on May 7, 2013 at 11:31pm — No Comments
fur.ly is a great place/idea for educators who are struggling with students finding the right websites or who are having their students copy long URLs off of the board. This tool will let you have one URL that will open multiple websites at one time.
Added by Brian Weir on November 19, 2012 at 5:31pm — No Comments
As an educator, it's important to be reflective of my practice, not for the sake of boasting, but for the sake of being able to recall what went well, what worked - and definitely how things could be improved for the next time I teach this particular session of CPED2023 for Johnson University.
I spend what my wife probably thinks is an inordinate amount of time pining over and re-examining my course content, flow and learning…Continue
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Atomic Learning knows how passionate you are about your profession, so we made made these custom Facebook cover photos for the educators who love what they do and want to show the world.
Simply choose your favorite color I AM [an educator] photo, right click, choose save as, then upload it to your Facebook profile.…
Added by Amy Schoenrock on April 3, 2012 at 2:02pm — No Comments
Over the last few weeks, we ran a survey asking teachers to tell us about two or three of their favorite iPad apps that they use in an education-related context. Today we share the apps that were listed most often, and include some feedback from teachers regarding why they like them so much.
Come check out the complete listing …Continue
Added by Kelly Walsh on March 26, 2012 at 6:00am — No Comments
Edistorm is an excellent site for creating and using educational virtual sticky notes. Students can collaborate with the teacher on project ideas. They can vote on those ideas and make comments to eacher other. Use Edistorm as a means of brainstorming ideas.
Added by Brian Weir on February 29, 2012 at 5:00pm — No Comments
My favorite URL shorteners. These are used to take those long annoying URLs and shrink them down to a managable size. This tutorial will demonstrate the difference between Google URL shortener, CiteBite, and TinyURl. These all have their unique uses for the educator. Click the link to learn more.
Added by Brian Weir on February 7, 2012 at 7:16pm — No Comments
PBS Learning Resources is an excellent site for teachers and students to find educational films as well as other media types such as sound, images, and lesson plans. This site has a couple thousand videos for you to see. These videos are all free. Click the link to learn more.
Added by Brian Weir on February 6, 2012 at 5:56pm — No Comments
The Challenge of Modeling 21st Century Learning
A Complimentary White Paper from Atomic Learning
Today's students are different. Today's world is different. The changes suggest a very different role for schools and teachers.
Based on findings by Atomic Learning's partner, SEG Measurement, this free resource discusses the importance of professional…Continue
Added by Amy Schoenrock on August 5, 2011 at 11:38am — No Comments
My second blog post concerning 5 ideas about what a teacher could do during the summer holidays. It will be great to leave your comment and feel free to add your own ideas!!!
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There is a new post on my other blog that you will find of interest. Our pilot teachers have developed their own mobile websites on Wirenode that their kids use throughout the day and also access from home. Check them out at :
Added by Harry Walker on May 4, 2011 at 5:17am — No Comments
This is part 4 of the "videos that WILL ignite a discussion" series. I have been using these videos during PD sessions, as well as during Power Lunch sessions to spur discussion and reflection. As educators, it is crucial that we are constantly in a state of reflection and evaluation, and with the help of these videos educators are able to engage in thoughtful and productive…Continue
Added by Justin Tarte on March 20, 2011 at 8:45am — No Comments
Added by Justin Tarte on February 21, 2011 at 1:50pm — No Comments
If you didn't know, I really enjoy watching short videos. In particular, I really enjoy watching videos that get me thinking and reflecting on my educational practices and beliefs. I have been using short videos in Professional Development sessions to get educators at my high school talking and discussing issues related to education. This is the third installment of the series..."videos that WILL ignite a discussion." I encourage you to check out…Continue
Added by Justin Tarte on February 21, 2011 at 1:42pm — No Comments
Here are 10 videos that will get you thinking and reflecting on your educational practices and beliefs. I did a post a few months ago with 7 different videos, and the response was quite positive. Leave a comment and let me know what other videos you would add to the list. Thank you and enjoy!
Added by Justin Tarte on February 6, 2011 at 7:08am — No Comments
One of the biggest reasons I enjoy using Twitter is it enables me to connect with educators from all around the world. Additionally, Twitter has proven to be an efficient and effective platform to discuss pressing educational issues. Unfortunately, most…Continue
Added by Justin Tarte on February 6, 2011 at 6:58am — No Comments