Free resource for math and science simulations K-12
Sharing web links for parents and students alike are helpful but can result in having to pass along some pretty long and cumbersome URLs. I
The Tip: Are the number of educational technology resources growing in your classroom or home? Going a little crazy trying to keep all those cords
Are you excited about your school moving towards or being a 1-1 school? Advocate for more programming (coding) in the classroom, want to see districts leverage technology across subject matters? Want to learn more about Makerspaces, Fab Labs, and how to empower students to be the leaders of their learning? Would you believe NONE of these movements are new? The MIT Media Lab has been the pioneer in all of these areas and it just might surprise you for how long.
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The Winter Olympics is a great reminder that we are all global citizens. Beginning Thursday, February 8, 2018, the Winter Olympics provides a great jumping point to integrate real world events into your curriculum no matter the subject area. Following are classroom ideas and resources that can integrate within your curriculum.
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Do you have Makey Makeys at your school and not sure where to get started? Have you done the banana piano and wondering what to do next? Looking for resources to take your Makey Makeys to the next level? Download the FREE Makey Makey Educators Guide from JoyLabz/Makey Makey just released today. The guide contains easy step by step instructions with pictures to get you started. Also, lesson ideas that go “beyond the piano”, storage and organization tips, and Makey Makey community resources. Additionally a section detailing how Makey Makey supports a variety of educational standards including CCSS, ISTE, STL, NGSS, and 21st Century Learning. Makey Makey is a great tool to diversify learning through technology across the curriculum.
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