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  • Dr. Fountain,NBCT's avatar
    Project C Virtual Field Trip flyer for Thursday, November 13th.
    Topic: Modern civil rights issues
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    Here's a list of apps that work great in a flipped classroom. Most are free with the exception of notability. Have a blast enjoying the remainder of your summer.

    1. Tellagami- allows you to create an avatar and mini videos
    2. Notability- great for recording, typing, and creating visuals; you can insert photos, etc.
    paid $4.99 ( well worth it)
    3. Google Drive - you have to download separately Docs, Sheets, and etc. ; create for student collaboration on writing, projects, research, etc.
    4. Infuse Learning - allows students to turn their devices into rapid responders
    5. Kahooit- create fir creating challenge avtivitites I.e. Games
    6. Presi- allows you to create flowing presentations; visual aid
    7. Swipespear- makes Shakespeare accessible; go from modern to traditional text; includes quotes, lesson plans, study guides
    8. Blendspace assoc. with blendspace.com - allows you to create digital lessons; includes a database
    9. Dragondictation- allows you to dictate while it tutors; have to train it
    10. I-inigma- QR code reader ( I should be lowercase )
    11. Word mover- create found poems from a database or create your own
    12. iTunes U - access to a wealth if resources
    13. Khan Academy- create for mini lessons, remediation and enrichment; instructional video database
    14. Visuwords- word mapping app
    15. Groovy grader- grading scale
    16. Remind101- creates a "cellphone number" for you to use when communicating with stakeholders particularly parents
    17. Taproulette - Helps with promoting equity
    18. iMovie & GarageBand- great for podcasting
    19. Landtech- allows you to sign and fill- in documents- great with forms and PDFs
    20. Appsgonefree- gives you access to daily free apps; usually lists at least six
    21. Brain pop - educational movies
    22. PBS- access to PBS material
    23. Subtext- allows you to annotate text
    24. Flipagram-Create short video stories using photos, can add music
    25. Guided video- allows you to lick certain of establishes; great if your lesson is all online; keeps kids from straying away into other sites
    26. Thinglink- allows you to create captions and annotate pictures from your files or a database
    27. National Archives document - Allows you to access primary source documents and lessons from the national archives
    28. Easybib- easily create citations for a bibliography
    29. QR code generator - allows you to create QR codes for quizzes, assignments, etc.
    30. Inspiration - allows you to create graphic organizers
    Here's a list of apps that work great in a flipped classroom. Most are free with the exception of notability. Have a blast enjoying the remainder of your summer.

    1. Tellagami- allows you to create an avatar and mini videos
    2. Notability- great for recording, typing, and creating visuals; you can insert photos, etc.
    paid $4.99 ( well worth it)
    3. Google Drive - you have to download separately Docs, Sheets, and etc. ; create for student collaboration on writing, projects, research, etc.
    4. Infuse Learning - allows students to turn their...
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  • Mr. DE MEIJ's avatar
    Check out & share "Smartphones in Education," a FREE eMagazine you can subscribe to, containing many excellent resources and ideas. You'll surely like what you see; I guarantee it! http://flip.it/7TN7K Read, enjoy, share with colleagues & subscribe for FREE today!
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    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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    My new favorite tool... FREE Assessment Data Collection and Analysis made simple for ANY content area.

    http://www.littlebullmusicblog.com/2013/11/gr...
  • Mrs. Fayad's avatar
    Great reading fluency activities... The videos are really good and you can also click on different topics on left to learn more about the topic or to find activities for students...
    • Mrs. Tate - This was very nice. I have two small elementary children at home that could use these practice activities. Do you have a neat site for math facts (learning addition and multiplication)?

      • Oct 13, 2013
    • Mrs. Fayad - 2 sites that I think they can be helpful:
      http://www.coolmath-games.com/1-number-games-...
      Math4children.com
      Have a great day!

      • Oct 14, 2013
  • Mrs. Fayad's avatar
    This website can be pretty handy when you're trying to find a word activity for different groups in your classroom. Check it out when you can!
  • Dr. Fountain,NBCT's avatar
    Check out the late Rita Person's TedTalks video, "Every kid needs a champion". This never ceases to encourage me daily. Here's the link http://www.ted.com/talks/rita_pierson_every_k...
  • Mr. DE MEIJ's avatar
    Remember, knowing MORE THAN JUST ONE LANGUAGE is a 21st Century skill our students MUST have for their careers, in order to be competitive and/or collaborate with Global partners next to and around them! So, check out "Celebrate Languages! Flip Magazine" at http://flip.it/K1QrU with 250+ interesting, intriguing, practical and relevant language & language-learning related articles for every language connoisseur and/or aficionado, and for all students who want (and teachers who want their students) to be College- and Career-Ready!!!
    Remember, knowing MORE THAN JUST ONE LANGUAGE is a 21st Century skill our students MUST have for their careers, in order to be competitive and/or collaborate with Global partners next to and around them! So, check out "Celebrate Languages! Flip Magazine" at http://flip.it/K1QrU with 250+ interesting, intriguing, practical and relevant language & language-learning related articles for every language connoisseur and/or aficionado, and for all students who want (and teachers who want their students)...
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eSpark synthesizes education and fun! Using an academic diagnosis, eSpark creates a personalized learning program filled with fun apps and games that is suited to your K-6 student's need.

Kindergarten - 8th