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"DonorsChoose: A Guide to Writing a Project and Getting it Funded!"

For some public school teachers in the United States, DonorsChoose.org has become a fantastic way to obtain classroom resources. If you have never tried writing a DonorsChoose.org project, or if your project did not fund, this webinar is for you!

Francie Kugelman's passion is helping teachers get their DonorsChoose.org projects funded. She will provide step-by-step details on how to write a project that will get funded, and will also share how you can write projects to help cover your conference expenses, field trip, and visiting artists projects too! To help inspire you to submit a DonorsChoose.org project, Francie will be selecting lucky teachers that will receive $25 donations to their new projects, and will also tell you about $50 and $500 bonus funding opportunities!

Francie Kugelman is a third grade teacher in Los Angeles. She has taught 6th, 5th, and 3rd grade for 16 years. Francie first began using DonorsChoose.org in 2006, and now has funded over 215 projects for her classroom and her school’s organic garden.

Francie is a co-administrator of the Caring Classrooms giving page with Laura Candler. For the past four years, the Caring Classrooms giving page has helped teachers get over 3,680 projects funded, and has raised more than $353,000 in donations for DonorsChoose.org projects! Francie loves to help teachers get their projects funded, and shares ideas and funding opportunities on the Caring Classrooms Facebook page. She helps DonorsChoose.org by screening projects that are field trips, professional development, and visitor projects.

More information and session details are at http://live.classroom20.com. If you're new to the Classroom 2.0 LIVE! show you might want to spend a few minutes viewing the screencast on the homepage to learn how we use Blackboard Collaborate, and navigate the site. Each show begins at 12pm EST (Time Zone Conversion) and may be accessed in Blackboard Collaborate directly using the following Classroom 2.0 LIVE! link at http://tinyurl.com/cr20live. All webinars are closed captioned.

On the Classroom 2.0 LIVE! site (http://live.classroom20.com) you'll find the recordings and Livebinder from our recent ”Global Collaboration Day, Global Ed Fair & Global Ed Conference" session with Lucy Gray. Click on the Archives and Resources tab.

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Google Classroom + Plagiarism Checker

Started by Deborah Tolley in Reviews of Software Tools and Services. Last reply by Nancy Lin 5 hours ago. 5 Replies

Do you know if there is any plagiarism checker integrated with Google Classroom? I'm waiting for this feature but I can't find detailed info(Continue

Tags: checker, plagiarism, classroom, google, integration

Do you use LMS (learning management system) in the school\college? If yes - which one?

Started by UreyL Lynn in Reviews of Software Tools and Services yesterday. 0 Replies

Do you use LMS in your educational institution? Which one?We are looking for the best option. Thinking about Google Classroom, Canvas and Schoology. These are the most popular.Share your experience!Continue

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15 More Ways Real Teachers Recover From a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Started by Karen Cameron in Introductions. Last reply by UreyL Lynn yesterday. 7 Replies

We love our job, but that doesn’t mean that teaching is easy. There will be bad days and classes that don’t go the way we planned them—there may even be days when things go so wrong that we question whether or not we are in the right profession.We…Continue

Getting absent students make up work

Started by Aaron Locken in Introductions. Last reply by UreyL Lynn yesterday. 4 Replies

I teach a home room class and two sections of science.  It always becomes a problem when kids are absent from science and I'm trying to get them their make up work.  Any suggestions??Continue

The Future of Education

Started by Michael Yarborough in Reviews of Software Tools and Services. Last reply by UreyL Lynn on Monday. 2 Replies

Do you think that Google Classroom is the Classroom of the Future? If yes, why?I believe that GC helps to make learning process easier and more paperless. Education should be connected with modern technologies.But maybe there are some pros and…Continue

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Global Issues

Started by Nancy Lin in Reviews of Software Tools and Services on Monday. 0 Replies

Dear colleagues, could you please advise some interesting ways or tools to tell students about global issues? Want to tell them about it in an unusual way to entice them with these problems. Thanks in advance. Continue

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