History Reference Center bibliography of full-text articles. You will need the BCPS login protocl to access these licensed digital resources. See your library media specialist for the PASSWORD handout.
If you have either attended or facilitated training in a virtual classroom you know that maintaining a high level of interactivity is key to keeping participants engaged. Here are ten ideas for exercises to try in your next virtual classroom session:
Join over 200 projects designed and facilitated by teachers and students. In addition to connecting students' learning with local and global issues and meeting specific curriculum needs, every iEARN project must answer the question, "How will this project improve the quality of life on the planet?" This vision and purpose is the glue that holds iEARN together, enabling participants to become global citizens who make a difference by collaborating with their peers around the world.
Best Practices to Promote Learning Through Web Conferencing: Resources, Tools and Teaching Methods. Eastern Kentucky University educators Paula Jones, MaryAnn Kolloff, and Fred Kolloff summarize five best practices ...
Search by Content Provider or through the Collaboration Center for a partner. All programs are aligned to national standards and rated by educators. Some providers charge a fee, but programs offered by government agencies, like NASA and the Smithsonian, are free.
By Simon Breedon, Examiner.com, Degree Jungle, Web conferencing has enhanced the effectiveness of online education, as well as brick and mortar education tenfold. Students are utilizing web conferencing tools more ...
This is the part of KIDLINK where teachers and students of secondary school can join and/or design global projects. The Kidlink Projects increase your students' life-skills and help children get friends, build social networks and get peers around the world. Every project helps them to improve writing and reading skills.
ePals is the social network optimized for K-12 learning. Over half a million classrooms in 200 countries and territories have joined the ePals Global Community to connect, collaborate and exchange ideas.