Great Smart Board Sites
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Engaging Learners the SmartBoard Way
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Used by thousands of schools and colleges, with over 700,000 registered users and over 1.3 million monthly visitors (March 2009), TESconnect is the central focus for the UK teaching community to share their ideas, thoughts and views outside the staffroom. TESconnect is a social network that allows teachers to network, share resources and search for jobs. It is the world's largest social network for a single profession and allows teachers to connect with other professionals to find and share their best classroom resources and advice. Split into five user-friendly sections including jobs, community, resources and My TES, the site gives teachers access to tools that have the potential to transform lesson planning and the quality of lessons taught.
TES Connect - Teaching Jobs, Resources & Community
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The Parade of Games web site was created to provide educators and trainers with easy-to- assemble educational games in a technology- enhanced environment to support key learning points. The site demonstrates the creative use of popular game shows and other familiar games to reinforce learning.
April 20, 2009Collaborative writing software online with Writeboard. Write, share, revise, compare. Writeboard makes it easy to... Write without fear of losing or overwriting a good idea Compare different versions of a document Collaborate with colleagues on copy, proposals, memos, etc. Subscribe to documents via RSS and be notified of changes Keep your writings organized with Backpack integration Stop Disasters is a game designed for students to learn about natural disasters, disaster prevention, and city design. There are five game scenarios that students can play. Students can plan to prepare for hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, wildfires, and tsunamis. The scenarios are set in geographically accurate contexts of Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Caribbean.
For teachers Stop Disasters provides fact sheets to distribute to students about each type of natural disaster. Stop Disasters also provides teachers with teaching guides, lesson plan ideas, and links to additional reference materials.
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Notebook Applications - The Magic Cat's Eye
March 30, 2009an easy-to-use, no password needed, synchronous shared notepad with all revisions stored
EtherPad: Realtime Collaborative Text Editing
March 26, 2009
These resources are provided FREE for all Georgia Educators and other educators worldwide by the Educational Technology Center housed at the National Science Center in Augusta, Georgia.
ETTC @ NSC Interactive Whiteboard Links
February 12, 2009Reading, Math, Science, Social Studies, Music, Art and PE Interactive Sites
February 11, 2009Teachers Love SMART Boards: SMARTBoards and Jeopardy, Jeopardy, and More Jeopardy FOX Broadcasting Company: Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? SMARTBoard Lessons Podcast Podcasts
The Smart Schools Program is a community service initiative of Smart Communications Inc. that promotes Information and Communications Technology in basic education through partnerships with public high schools, its officials and parents-teachers-community associations (PTCAs). Specifically, it aims to provide public school teachers with Internet access through the PLDT group's wide range of communications solutions, access to online content and teacher training. It is implemented through the Philippine Business for Social Progress, with the support of the Department of Education and Microsoft's Partners in Learning Program.Smart Schools : SmartTools - SMARTboards for SMARTstudents SMART Board
Some people think of interactive games as "low level." However, it depends on how they are used. Are students making a good use of their time? Are the activities realistic, yet challenging? Can you use the games to promote learning in another area? Are the sights reinforcing curriculum goals? Can you write about the activities?
January 30, 2009
Too bad SK is not on here yet..but this is still cool!
I view hundreds of websites and links to websites everyday so when a site grabs my attention and sucks me in like Newseum's Today's Front Pages did today, I have no choice but to share it with all of you. Newseum's Today's Front Pages application is a series of nine maps that display the current front page of major newspapers around the world. Little orange colored dots on each map correspond to the publishing location of each newspaper. Placing your mouse pointer on one of the dots generates a preview of that newspaper's current front page. Click on the preview and you can read that front page or click through to the newspaper's website. The screenshot below is of the US Newseum mapNewseum | Today's Front Pages | Map View