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  • Mrs. Robertson's avatar
    Hi gurus,
    I'm looking for an inquiry unit to use in a primary library (yrs 3 - 6) that introduces kids to information literacy, especially focussing on catalogue and/or web search skills. Any ideas, directions or units you've used before that have been engaging and had good learning outcomes would be awesomely appreciated! The kids already use Edmodo and some web tools but their general tech experience and research skills are relatively low.
    Thank you!
  • Ms. Cadotte's avatar
    I'm trying to help out a school librarian who wants to use Overdrive on iPad for students to check out books. She would like the iPad to read an ebook (not audiobook) aloud as the students follow along with the reading. I tried to use the voice over on the iPad but could not get it to work while in Overdrive. Any ideas how a book in Overdrive can be read aloud while the student looks at the text? Thanks!
  • Ms. Teacher's avatar
    Hi! Are there any parents of toddlers (2 y.o.) in the group who would like to connect via Skype or G-hangouts? Please send me a message to work out the details. I live in Spain (so I can help you with any Spanish materials you may need) but I talk to my daughter in English.
    Thanks for your time!
    :-)
  • Mr. Almeida's avatar
    With the school year back in gear, here are VIDEOS designed for teachers, parents and students to understand the concepts and skills required with the COMMON CORE STANDARDS FOR MATHEMATICS. Please share them with your family and friends!
  • Mr. Garrett's avatar
    Is anyone familiar with Alice.org? I am starting a tech club with 4th and 5th graders. Would it be appropriate for them? They have had little to no tech experience at home.
    Thanks
    • Doris Spencer - alice can a little intimadating for younger, check out scratch.mit.edu

      • Sep 17, 2014
  • Ms. Fazy's avatar
    Hi All,

    So I have classes of over 40 and only 27 computers...I came up with 3 group rotations (2 groups on computers and 1 group off computers)...I am stumped for unplugged activities that my group offline can do while the other groups are online. Please help me with unplugged activities that are fun and engaging. I teach 6th, 7th, & 8th grade computers and all grades have huge class sizes.
    • Ms. Fazy - I teach..word processing, presentations, spreadsheets, Internet safety, coding, and some other small projects.

      • Mar 9, 2015
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      • Mrs. Siador - In presentation where my topic is on creating Storyboard before putting them into digital presentation. I am dividing the class into several groups. Each group is given large size papers, set of pictures based on certain stories and genres. The group will arrange the pictures in the big paper, assign conversations/settings/and characters, they will make a story out of the pictures. But each member should contribute his/her own line based on the flow of the story...If a group is finished first they will be the first to create their digital presentation based on their storyboard. more...
        • Mar 10, 2015
      • Mrs. Siador - For spreadsheet, I let the pupils collect grocery receipts, they will create first their Worksheet using Formula in their notebook while the others are doing the worksheet in their computer...They will take turns in using the computer...They will compare their outputs after the activity based on a rubric like accuracy, speed, neatness of output...

        • Mar 10, 2015
    • My Name Is Ron Hyde :-) - Get your students ready for the big test!!!
      Help your class get pumped up about taking the test by watching one of our now two Macklemore Parodies.
      2013: Rock that Assessment (Thrift Shop)
      2014: Glass Ceiling (Can't Hold Us)

      We hope your class has as much fun watching it as we did making it.

      Enjoy,
      more...
      • Mar 29, 2014
  • My Name Is Ron Hyde :-)'s avatar
    Get your students ready for the big test!!!
    Help your class get pumped up about taking the test by watching one of our now two Macklemore Parodies.
    2013: Rock that Assessment (Thrift Shop)
    2014: Glass Ceiling (Can't Hold Us)

    We hope your class has as much fun watching it as we did making it.

    Enjoy,
    My name is Mr. Hyde

    Get your students ready for the big test!!!
    Help your class get pumped up about taking the test by watching one of our now two Macklemore Parodies.
    2013: Rock that Assessment (Thrift Shop)
    2014: Glass Ceiling (Can't Hold Us)

    We hope your class has as much fun watching it as we did making it.

    Enjoy,...
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  • Mr. Klonowski's avatar
    My new favorite tool... FREE Assessment Data Collection and Analysis made simple for ANY content area.

    http://www.littlebullmusicblog.com/2013/11/gr...
  • Mr. Almeida's avatar
    As we begin the new school year with Common Core math, I hope you can make use of this extremely valuable collection of videos related to all of the Common Core Standards for Mathematics. These videos were made by a teacher who was featured on NBC.
  • Mrs. Gilmore's avatar
    Here is a great resource for all subjects including keyboarding skills that the students love!
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Cyberkidz is a personal project of two Interaction Designers who think education should be more fun. So they developped edutainment games: learning by playing.

Prekindergarten - 5th