An introduction to “Myths and Legends” and “Mythical Monsters”. Text studied, Robert Nye’s “Beowulf”.
The official London Olympics education site. You can register and join their blogging network. This is definitely something you may want to do with your students.
The London games has a “get set” website which is their official educational platform for the Olympic games. I've just spent a little time looking at what you can do there, but you can register, blog about the games, and connect with others. This is the sort of global event where you can meet other classrooms and interact with others.
An excel workbook to use with students for use on an interactive whiteboard to help you review fractions, decimals, ratios, and percentages. from Kev.
Very interesting presentation by Ira Socol about how students are using the MITS Freedom stick – preloaded with some apps – for their reading and writing. If you're a high school language arts teacher or a curriculum director, you would benefit from browsing through this presentation to see what college students are expected to be able to do. It isn't just about paper any more.
This MFL teacher has been recognized as a “best practitioner” and has some great lessons for those teaching German.
IF you are a foreign language teacher, you should take a look at this lovely wiki where teachers are sharing stories and students and teachers are writing them. Language is a perfect place to flatten the classroom.
And welcome to the Wikispace where you can share and enjoy stories written by and for teachers and learners of French, German, Spanish and Italian.
At the last count, we had 86 Storybird creations, contributed by 30 different authors in 4 different languages.”
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