Author Archives: Lee Hall

Great Google Drive Add-ons for Teachers – A PDF Handout

Richard Byrne, the author of Free Technology for Teachers, used this handout with his webinar bearing the same title. The webinar is available, too. I find a handout is faster for me, but you might prefer the webinar. It is … Continue reading

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100+ Chemistry Experiments

These 100+ chemistry experiments are being developed for teachers to use in their classroom. Students can see experiments the teacher may not be prepared to actually do at school. Chemistry Experiments

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Plickers

Use Plickers for formative assessment. It is a free tool. You download and print the answer cards that look like puzzle pieces. They are numbered 1 – 63. You give each student a card. They turn the card to answer … Continue reading

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Plot Generator

Hilarious short story generator. Write your own short story using their interactive form. You answer a few short questions or let them suggest the answer for you. In no time you click submit and it creates a short story for you … Continue reading

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38 QUESTION STARTERS BASED ON BLOOM’S TAXONOMY

Here is an easy way to find question starters for all 6 levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy for you to use with your students. Make sure you are including all levels in your classroom instruction and on assessments. They are listed … Continue reading

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Wikimedia Commons

A database of 26 million, freely usable media files and more coming every day. Anyone can contribute. They have images, sounds, and videos for you to use Just check whether the artist wants you to acknowledge them, a few do. … Continue reading

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8 Notes

This a wonderful site. It provides free sheet music for beginners to experts for more than 25 instruments. You can get free lessons and tools to help. Most of the site (90%) is free, but subscriptions that open the entire … Continue reading

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Bloom’s Taxonomy Verbs Poster

Use the link below to find a poster of 249 action words to use for you or your students. You can easily print it out and use it as a poster or make it smaller and use it for personal … Continue reading

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60 Ways Math Teachers Can Use Google Classroom

Alice Keeler on her blog, Teacher Tech, posted 60 ideas for using Google classroom with math teachers and students. You will find numerous ideas for your classroom. 60 Ways Math Teachers Can Use Google Classroom

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Paper Toys: Flextangles

Thanks to Babble, Dabble, Do, just print out the template (make sure it is going to print Landscape) and let your students follow the pattern to color each triangle. Follow the instructions to fold and you have a moveable toy.  … Continue reading

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