Author Archives: Lee Hall

Create a Graph

Try this easy, interactive site with your students. It allows you to create Bar, Line, Area, Pie, and XY charts using their step by step instructions and templates. Create a Graph

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FlipQuiz

Free game show style boards to use with your students. You can make your own or choose from ones that are already made. FlipQuiz

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Innovative Ideas for Using Google Forms

Molly Schroeder, a Google Certified Teacher, has posted a list of ideas for using Google Forms. Most of the ideas are links to examples of the type of use it mentions. There are uses for the classroom,  students, teachers, administrators … Continue reading

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60-Second Civics

Join the Center for Civic Education for its daily sixty second podcast for listeners to learn about our nation’s government, the Constitution, and our history. You can listen to the day’s topic or you can choose from previous broadcasts. There … Continue reading

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Google’s The Peanut Gallery

The Peanut Gallery has to be accessed using the Chrome browser. First, you choose from a gallery of old black and white silent film clips. Then, you add the silent movie placards that go between scenes with the words on … Continue reading

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Animaps

Make your own informative, animated map or enjoy watching the maps made by others. You do not need an account to watch, but you do need an account to save your own.  To create an account all you need is … Continue reading

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Six Virtual Field Trips to Give Lesson Plans a Boost by Allie Gross

Are you looking for a virtual field trip for your classroom? One or all of these may just fill the bill. Six Virtual Field Trips to Give Lesson Plans a Boost

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Seven Ways to Increase Student Engagement in the Classroom by Stacy Hurst

This is an excellent article with an infographic to help you remember the seven steps. We all want our students to be more engaged in our classrooms. These are easy steps to incorporate into your instruction to increase your student … Continue reading

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Fund for Teachers

The grant application for the 2015 summer will be available October 1, 2014. Last year 19 Alabama teachers from 14 different schools were awarded grants. You can go here, http://www.fundforteachers.org/mini-posters/2014/Alabama-2014.pdf , to see all the different things that were funded … Continue reading

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How to Email into Evernote

If you are wondering what is Evernote and why would I want to email into it, let me send you to this previous post on Evernote. For those that know about Evernote but did not know they could email their … Continue reading

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