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Weekly Web Wonders

  • There’s still time to register for our Blogs that Bind online class. Participants in this course will create and share their own classroom blog, adding to it each week as they learn how to utilize blogs in both their content teaching and professional development. The course begins on Wednesday and lasts four weeks. Course fee is $100. One graduate credit or 3.0 SB-CEUs are available (tuition extra). For more information contact me.
  • Computers are wonderful for unleashing students’ (and teachers’) creativity. To help them out, add ArtRage 2.5 Starter Edition to your list of creativity tools. This free paint tool could be used to add some color to all types of projects.
  • Some wild folks put together a nice camera and called the Gigapxl Project. Wow, what a camera, the detail is incredible! Check out their gallery of U.S. Locations and zoom in to examine each closely.
  • Here are some more mathematics treats. The Wolfram Demonstration Project “uses dynamic computation to illuminate concepts in science, technology, mathematics, art, finance, and a remarkable range of other fields.” That’s their description…hey, they’re cool online demonstrations for you and your students.
  • This is a Must See. Teachers’ Domain provides “Multimedia Resources for the Classroom and Professional Development.” It’s from the people who make NOVA and other public television programs. This site has video and audio clips, interactives, lesson plans, background information and more!
  • Lastly, here is fun little tool that allows you to create seals online. What am I talking about? Just check out the Official Seal Generator.
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