Articles Archive for May 2012
The Bunnies want YOU – We’re looking for Guest Bloggers to share their thoughts, advice and expertise with our readers. Whether you’re a seasoned blogger or just getting started, here’s a great opportunity to showcase your work. The content of your post is up to you – but it must be related to the field of education.
Guest Bloggers will be introduced to our readers – over 50,000 teachers and education leaders around the world. Our readers are used to receiving good, quality content so we’ll be selecting the …
Constant communication between staff and administration is vital… but does it effectively happen? Something as simple as communication can often be overlooked, which brings up a couple questions… Are Principals being kept out of the loop? Do they know what teachers really want (and need)?
Not too long ago, I shared 13 very important teacher insights to help administrators discover what their staff really needs. (Click here to see my list now.) Over the last few months, my Personal Learning Network (PLN) has helped add to my list.
Administrators … here are …
Are you getting the most our of your interactive whiteboard? Come find out!
Join me and Grace at our upcoming webinar and learn a few of our favorite free resources perfect for any interactive whiteboard brand.
Click here to register for the free interactive whiteboard webinar.
These interactive whiteboard resources will not only be fun AND easy to integrate into your classroom, but they’ll cover all areas of the core curriculum.
And that’s not all! This interactive whiteboard webinar is just the kick-off session for an entire Day of Learning.
This is your chance to pick and choose from back-to-back presentations …
Have you ever wonder “how do we learn”?
Of course you have… you’re an educator.
A teacher. A learner. An explorer.
You want to know the answers – especially to this question. And you dedicate your life to it.
Do you know what babies are thinking?
OR what we learn before we’re born?
Have you ever wondered about the birth of a word?
Or how fear can keep you from learning something new?
All of these interesting questions are answered or discussed in a collection of TED talks. This collection of over 70+ TED talks is focused on how …
Not too long ago, I shared with you the Spanish translation of one of our blog posts, “21 Signs You’re a 21st Century Teacher.” (Missed it? Click here to see it now.)
But not all of our blog readers are teachers … we have a lot of Administrators too! I didn’t want my Principal friends to feel left out, so our Twitter friend, Jose Popoff, was kind enough to translate this blog post too.
Here are “21 Signs You’re a 21st Century Principal” …this time in Spanish.
Hope you enjoy!
21 Señales …
If you (or your teachers) work with assistive technology devices, here are 15 great examples of how you can use these tools with students.
These ideas are taken out of the course “Aiding Students with Assistive Technology” which is found inside of the Teacher Learning Community. If you are interested in learning more about this topic, you can access the online course inside of the Teacher Learning Community.
Help Visually Impaired Students
Create a curriculum page of Web sites that you want your students to visit in order to complete a …
I can’t wait to tell you what you’ll be learning about at our next Day of Learning!
SimpleK12 is bringing in more experts to teach you about…
creating interactive online content to engage your students
alternative, effective ways to assess student learning
the easy way to get your students organized
collecting and storing data with Google forms
how technology can assist in the formative assessment process
the top 10 tech skills that every teacher …