Digital Learning Day – how will you participate?

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The Art of Storytelling

Khan Academy is filled with useful tools to help students of all ages learn all types of things. Just this week, a free storytelling class from Pixar was added that many should be able to use: creative writing to digital storytelling.

https://www.khanacademy.org/partner-content/pixar/storytelling

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Lesson Plans to Fight Fake news

Fake news is everywhere in the news these days! Vicki Davis (CoolCatTeacher) has developed 3 lesson plans appropriate for teaching students about fake news and how to avoid inadvertently spreading it. The plans are available both online (http://www.coolcatteacher.com/3-fast-free-lesson-plans-fight-fake-news/ ) and in pdf format.

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The American Presidency Project

This site is a searchable archive of over 123,000 documents pertaining to U.S presidents. For a page of available documents, go to: http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/index_docs.php

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Google Drawings

One of the most overlooked apps in the Google Suite is definitely Drawings! I developed a site to share some examples and instructions for using this wonderful tool.

https://sites.google.com/shelbyed.org/draw/home

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Grammar Infographic

This infographic will lead you to many useful sites related to English grammar. Fromgrammarpic basic rules and phrases to hundreds of words to use instead of “very” or “said.” Lots of lists that will be useful to anyone who teaches (or uses) English grammar.

http://www.grammarcheck.net/infographics/

 

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Google Transformation Center

Google Transformation Center

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Visit the Transformation Center for ideas from other school leaders for how to start transforming your school, resources, and connecting with others. Be sure to click on the Resource Directory to see curated, featured resources.

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Interactive Language Arts: Analogies

Here’a a whole page of games that teach/review analogies. Intended for middle school age students.

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http://www.internet4classrooms.com/skill_builders/analogies_language_arts_seventh_7th_grade.htm

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Tools for teaching Algebraic Functions

Do you think “Algebra vs Cockroaches” might sound more interesting to your students algvscockroachesthan “Writing equations in slope-intercept form?” Internet4Classrooms has assembled a page of tools that deal with Algebraic functions. Check it out and find something you can use!

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Telling Time

Internet4Classrooms has SO many resources! They have 40 different sites that will help students learn how to tell timeclockworks

 

 

 

http://www.internet4classrooms.com/skill_builders/telling_time_math_second_2nd_grade.htm

 

 

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