March 3, 2014
Karen Stadler @ICT_Integrator , from South Africa, is an educator on a mission to save the rhino. The Traveling Rhino Project creates awareness one child at a time. She was in a local reserve in South Africa when she took a picture of five rhinos. The photo has haunted her as she realized that four or […]
March 3, 2014
February 27, 2014
There are 3,673 of them hidden within 30 miles of Pelham and at least 2,015 hidden within 30 miles of Camilla. They are on the river, they are hidden beside the road, one is even hidden near Debbie’s Restaurant, but unless you know how to find them, you’ll never know they are there. Geocaching is […]
Bev Berns @B_Berns (Iowa), Kim Powell (Michigan) @powell4thgrade live and work in different states supporting their teachers. That has not stopped them from connecting and creating projects for teachers everywhere (including theirs). In fact, I believe that they are redefining what regional support staff should be doing: Making connection opportunities for their teachers. Upcoming projects include Weather Wonders […]
To help your classroom be engaging and fun, you have to be a lead learner. Here’s an assortment of classroom ideas that will get you trying something new. Set a goal to try something new THIS WEEK. Try something new if only to keep you from becoming a stressed, boring minion (see cartoon.) Leveling Up Learning […]
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Having Problems Connecting With Google Hangout?
Having problems with Google hangout? Send this information to your network administrator with port information for the firewall that they’ll need to know. I went from Google hangout working to one day my Sonicwall was making it so I couldn’t hear the other person. This port information did the trick.