Things I Found December 19, 2014 https://bitly.com/bundles/kimberlybrosan/V# Project Based Learning in the Classroom: Project Ideas http://bit.ly/13hABrc Five Reasons to Teach Kids to Code http://bit.ly/1DQAZO Three Ways to Engage Visual Learners I work with a variety of students, many of whom are English Language Learners or have specific learning disabilities. I have found that these students […]
It’s interesting to see the emphasis on information use in the PA standards!
Things I Found November 26, 2014 https://bitly.com/bundles/kimberlybrosan/U Power Searching with Google (Tutorials) Hone your searching skills by solving complex search challenges alongside peers from around the world in this online class. http://bit.ly/1zukAsj 80 Unique (and FREE!) Teacher Guides, Tools, and Tutorials One of the many great things about the Web is that it showcases plenty […]
https://bitly.com/bundles/kimberlybrosan/T 5 Twitter hashtags you should be searching Social media remains a game-changer in education. Through platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, students are able to collaborate on projects or discussions about assignments. Educators connect with peers across their district, state, or, in many cases, across the world. https://bitly.com/1sNQX0a Newseum Education’s Digital Classroom The Newseum […]
https://bitly.com/bundles/kimberlybrosan/S# 34 Teaching Emojis For centuries, teachers have used emojis as a tool for self-expression; to clarify and add flair to their written languages. (No. Not centuries. Just checking to see if you were paying attention.) Emojis, if you’re unfamiliar, are pictures used in texting and other electronic messages. https://bitly.com/1u0TaLS If We Treated Teachers Like […]