http://www.graphite.org Launched by Common Sense Media, the nonprofit known by parents, teachers and librarians for its high quality, nonpartisan reviews and its popular Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum, Graphite promises to be the go-to platform for helping teachers make sense of an exponentially evolving number of digital learning tools. The site is not only free, it’s also ad-free. Now […]
More MELS videos on teaching practices. Both Lisa Mosher and I have checked and they are not available in English. Sorry. Bonjour, Dans le cadre de ses activités visant à promouvoir les connaissances issues de la recherche en éducation auprès du milieu scolaire, la Direction de la recherche et de l’évaluation du MELS vient […]
Hi Everyone, Here is a website that offers some interesting educational materials & activities for students. Check it out. Thanks to Lavergne Fequet www.gg.ca/eduzone
For those of you who I have shown Prezi to or just use it regularly, they are hosting a competition right now, you could win a lifetime license to their pro version. http://promoshq.wildfireapp.com/website/6/contests/312640 Good luck.
Prezi: Prezi is a new way of doing a presentation. Much more visual than a powerpoint, with the great feature of zooming in and around from frame to frame, it is exciting to watch. While it has some limitations, it is worth taking the 15 or so minutes to learn it and about teh same […]
The Flipped Classroom is an exciting relatively new concept more and more teachers are discovering. While probably best with Secondary students, it can work for other levels as well. The concept is that students would sit through the lecture portion of their studies through some form of technology, e.g.: online videos, power points, etc. and […]
Try this blog out for size! I found it while browsing Education Beyond Borders site. The Titanic, Anatomy and Top 18 Teaching and Learning Websites are amazing. 8-most-read-articles-in-educational-technology
Hi everyone, Adobe has a great site that links teachers together in the use of their numerous tools. Lots of interesting lesson plans that use creativity and adapt well in our classrooms. Its free with just a simple registration. Enjoy: https://www.adobe.com
Join the new “RECIT in Eastern Shores” Facebook page to connect with colleagues and to keep get the latest news online. I know. I know. Facebook is blocked in the Eastern Shores School Board. However, social networking via Facebook is possible after hours! Otherwise, why not join the conversation on the ever-popular Twitter?
I’ve been working on overhauling the website. Please have a look and leave me your feedback. If you spot any bugs, please let me know. If you want to contribute, that’s great! You’ll see a number of pages that read “Coming soon!” If you want to keep up to date of these changes, just subscribe […]