The President recently proclaimed January National Mentoring Month, a tribute to the many selfless Americans who devote themselves to the important educational endeavor of mentoring. (RT @whitehouseostp: National Mentoring Month!
Try these simple activities for differentiating in your classroom. These are aimed at math lessons, but they can be adapted quite easily to any subject. (I'm spending real energy on refining Differentiated Instruction.
Math TV is an interactive problem solving progam for middle school students.
Math TV - interactive video word problems, Math Playground - online math games, Thinking Blocks - interactive math tool developed by classroom teachers to help students learn how to solve multistep word problems.
Curriki is very pleased to recognize the top 10 content contributors for their additions during 2011 to our rapidly growing collection of open source curricular resources. The top 10 individuals collectively contributed exactly 1000 new resources into the Curriki portfolio for the benefit of the Curriki community!
Top Ten Curriki content contributors for 2011:
1. Karen Fasimpaur, professional education techology, Arizona 2. Sue Costagliola, professional, New York 3. Virginia Malone, educational consultant / retired teacher, Texas 4. Kate Hall, teacher, Utah 5. Darci Mock, teacher, Utah 6. Jason Mammano, school district administrator, North Carolina 7. Terrie Teegarden, community college teacher, California 8. Micki Halsey Randall, teacher, Oregon 9. Chris Frey, teacher, Florida 10. Marion Pallotta, curriculum office, New York
We thank all of our contributors during the past year and especially wish to thank these leaders for their contributions to the Curriki community. We look forward to all of your new contributions during 2012 as we advance the open educational resource cause for the benefit of all of our members and the educational community across the globe.
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