Posted on September 14, 2010 by Kevin
|I hope everyone had a great First Week…now full speed ahead!
- To help with the observance of Constitution Day on September 17, Berrien RESA has posted links to a variety of online resources that can be used at all grade levels.
- Commercials can be used in History and Writing, as well as other disciplines. AdViews is a digital archive of thousands of vintage television commercials dating from the 1950s to the 1980s. Check out these Old Spice ads from the 60s and compare them to today’s Old Spice commercials. What’s changed?
- I know I’ve shared this before, but if you have an interactive whiteboard you need to add Teachers Love SMART Boards to your list of resources. You don’t have to have a SMART brand whiteboard to find amazing activities, resources, and strategies for using your board effectively.
- TypeWith.me is a cool site that has a lot of potential for collaboration. Create an online document, invite others, and then everyon can type simultaneously. Great for classroom brainstorming. I love the Time Slider button which replays everything in the order it was typed. Here’s a demo video. Sorry it’s in YouTube, I couldn’t find one anywhere else.
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