Chuck has a 2,000 hour project where he plans to record every hour of work he does as a teacher for the next year! Boy, that sounds challenging – let's see what he does. I wish him well.
Recycling Cups Into Paint Containers – The Crafty Crow
Great idea to recycle used Starbucks cups into paint containers!
Twitter in the Classroom: Watch This Teacher Engage Shy Students in Learning History – Education – GOOD
A CNN video about a teacher successfully using BYOT (bring your own technology) and Twitter in the classroom. This teacher has mostly Latino and low-income neighborhood students and is showing positive results from this. There are people using cell phones and handhelds and it is growing.
tags: education twitter socialmedia
newspaper map | 10000+ online newspapers in the world, translate with one click
This map shows over 10,000 newspapers. You can select the newspaper and translate it into the language of your choice. This is a valuable tool.
teachwithyouripad – Blooms Taxonomy with Apps
A nice bloom's taxonomy for apps on the teach with your ipad wiki.
tags: education ipad blooms blooms_taxonomy
Creative Readers, Writers and Thinkers
Teacher, Alejandra Quaglia, from Buenos Aires, is doing some great things with her sixth graders. One of the best uses of summer vacation for the northern hemisphere is LEARNING. By following the blogs of those educators in the southern hemisphere, we can learn by watching others in practice while they are teaching (and perhaps ask questions.) Intentionally add some southern hemisphere educators to your PLN.
She is a sixth grade teacher, you can see her assignments here.
This is a bilingual blog in both English and Spanish from Marta Lavista in Buenos Aires. She is doing some interesting global collaborative work as well. Although it isn't being updated a lot, I like the format. She's @mlavista on Twitter.
tags: education language_teacher
Reflections on a Grading Experiment & Students Respond « Haas | Learning
Teacher Fred Haas shares his open evaluation and student results of not giving “grades” for writing in the first few weeks of the fal term. This is a very interesting and introspective read and shows how there is value in reflection. Reflection means that we can all learn from his ‘experiment.” For those who don't like the fact that the “experimented” at all – realize that all teachers try new things and if you don't, then you're not moving forward. We all try things that work and don't.
tags: education assessment grading
The Sum of the Whole is Greater Than its Parts: A Field Guide to Molching « Mrs. D's Flight Plan
Students wrote a book together via Google Docs, uploaded it to lulu. “A Field Guide to Molching” is a very interesting and powerful way to collaborate. Take a look.
tags: education googledocs lulu creativity writing
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