Internet access is a portal to learning virtually, traveling virtually, writing and publishing to a world audience, and conversing with a world audience. What does this mean for learners, teachers, and schools?
How often do we hear personal stories of big big numbers? This podcast is interesting to people who like astrophysics, physics, big numbers, vast distances, and curious problems. It's fun to listen to and to ponder how minds think when they possess information most of us do not! And only through the technology of podcasts and vodcasts would this story be accessible to hear and share. Adam Becker tells his story in this podcast.
This great site is a sort of hybrid dictionary/translator/Thesaurus/word search engine - All these features in one spot! Its cool features include finding another word for a word, the opposite meaning of a word, the actual meaning of a word and translating a word into six different languages. All of these are can be clicked, linking to other similar nouns for each word. You can have the word placed in context with the “Sentences with the word” feature or even find the plural/singular/past tense/present tense of any word! Perhaps the most helpful is the “Find words” feature; you can search for words by letter (1 through 10) either starting with, ending with or containing whatever letter you type.
Discover the ancient Greek world as soon as you greet Katakolon. Only minutes from the pier, you will find the Museum of Ancient Greek Technology. So, take a walk beyond the souvenir shops and take a walk back in time to ...
National Geographic Education brings geography, social studies and science to life. Using real-world examples and National Geographic's rich media, educators, families, and students learn about the world and the people in it.
His focus is on developing math learning environments that initially convey sophisticated concepts visually, enabling students to gain a solid conceptual understanding of mathematics regardless of language proficiency.
By regrouping students for certain lessons, schools can leverage the instructional expertise of their teachers. See how one school builds differentiated instruction and regrouping students into their science program.
For years, my English Language Arts students have assembled portfolios. I’d give them a manila folder to decorate at the beginning of the school year, designate a special portfolio bin in the classroom, and have students add to their portfolios throughout the year.
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