If you need a new look but don’t have time to design, this website has free web templates for use in dreamweaver, etc. Here is another one just added on Saturday.
Heather Davis’ reflections on the first Flat Classroom conference in Qatar.
My favorite words:
“I also learned to begin to hope again. To see promise in the future. The students who came to Qatar were not just a part of the conference but led the way. It gives me new focus and a determination to move forward and create authentic global connections with and for myself and my students.”
Those who collaborate globally do find a lot of hope in the work. Sad for those who only say what can’t be done.
Science teachers should follow this audio blog. For those who are discussing the oil spill from a year a go or the earthquake, this video / audio podcast can give you some insight into teaching this.
For those who love the Ipad – this video/ audio podcast from Leo Laporte and Sarah lane is for you.
11 resources for web safety instructions. Of course my favorite way to teach internet safety is to immerse them in learning as we do in the digiteen project.
internet safety hangman. I do find this an oxymoron, and yet this is an activity that many may like.
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