Thursday, February 03, 2011

February FETC highlights

100+ Free Internet Resources for Real Teacher in Real Classrooms!
Pamela Kenney

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Programming Wizards: Teaching Future Engineers With

How to view YouTube videos while at school
for playback without an internet connection or mashup

Voice Thread
have students build discussions that can be shared with others

iTunes – search “florida” choose iTunes U

Online videos for kids to learn from

An online app for creating “word clouds” from text you paste in or test from a URL that has an RSS feed. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes.

After checking out the above resources, please post your favorite new site and how you could use it in your classroom to integrate technology into your curriculum.


Friday, January 07, 2011

Reminder - Atomic Learning Webinars on Web 2.0 tools

Online Webinars for Atomic Learning are now being offered. Learn how to use the latest Web 2.0 communication tools such as Google Docs, Blogs, and Wikis. To register online in ESS.
First Class: Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Other Dates:January 19th and 26th

Happy New Year! January Follow Up

Hope you found something useful while exploring Atomic Learning. It really is a great tool in the classroom or at home. For your January follow up, please log onto Atomic Learning, via BEEP, and look for a project based on the Sunshine State Standards. Fina a project that you may be able to use in your classroom and post a description here on the blog.

After you sign in...scroll down to the link (image below)

Once you find a project, save it to your favorites by clicking the button on the left side of the screen.

Don't forget to post your comment to this blog post.

PS...Notice the use of my screen shots :)


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