Putting Technology to Work
A "Smore" From Kathy 3/3/14
New Communication Style Via Twitter/Smore
Sharing Tech Ideas
We need to create our own pictorial of our awesome technology infused classrooms. Please send me some pics or give me a shout out and I will come take some action shots. How are you putting technology to work in your classroom? Please take a few minutes to brag or share about activities you are using. We definitely have some great activities going on, so why not learn from each other? Click here to share your ideas and experiences and then check out what your colleagues are doing.
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Links Worth Checking Out
https://jeopardylabs.com/ Quick game building site to review student learning.
https://www.zondle.com/publicPages/welcome.aspx Another way to create quick and engaging review and practice activities for your students. Love this one.
http://www.philologus.co.uk/index.php Create your own online games for students.
http://www.oswego.org/ocsd-web/games/BillyBug2/bug2.swf Working on grid coordinates? This is for you.
http://www.mightybook.com/ Love this site. Great for your interactive whiteboards. If you like what you see, let me know, maybe we can purchase a full subscription. Be sure to check out the teacher lesson plans and resources.
http://www.softschools.com/ Use this site to add activities to your rotation stations.
http://gel.msu.edu/headlineclues/game/ Definitely for our upper elementary students but what an engaging way to reinforce main idea and supporting details. Follow up by using "Readability" to print a copy of the full article for close reading.
Well that's enough for this "SMORE." Look for more Smores in the future.