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Google Doc ideas for teachers!
Amy Mayer is always posting new ideas and new tools to use in your classroom. She is one of my favorites to learn from.
You can learn a new idea or two every single day from this blog right here.
Check out the bottom of their website for their livebinders. They have packed them full of tools to use in your classroom.
Over 300 FREE tools for teachers...livebinder
Google Forms is a great tool...
The list is endless. Looking through this helps generate ideas on how to utilize forms to enhance/inform instruction, gain insight and individualize learning for students..
A very neat blog that has great articles and great ideas for your classroom.
Teaching and Learning with The New York Times...
Google resources for teachers
A really neat blog that is full of ideas for your classroom.
José Picardo | uncategorised...
I love using twitter to get ideas. There are lots of awesome educators that use twitter to increase their PLNs. Follow me at @katieericson1
A collection of Pinboard on Pinterest that are full of ideas for teaching. If it is block by the school server be sure to check back later from your home computer.
Curriculum is using Pinterest, an online pinboard to collect and share what inspires you. Commerce, Texas
Teacher videos, resources and lesson plans. Discover great ideas and strategies to use as a teacher with this collection of videos covering Math, Science, English, History and more.
This is such a great resource for teachers.
Good website with good ideas
A list of featured apps for your classroom.
My favorite thing on her blog is her Tip of the Week.
These are always changing and always being added to. My favorite on this page is the You Tube Space Channel.
YouTube.com/Teachers was created to show teachers how to use these videos to educate, engage and inspire their students. YouTube.com/Teachers is part of YouTube's larger educational initiative, YouTube EDU.