"I mentioned sumdog in my post above - since then I have written these instructions for students (on a new blog for students).
Also seriously worthy of a mention is Manga High - not just for the games but the Prodigi Quizzes - for schools with an…"
"Have you tried xtramath.org or sumdog.com? xtramath starts with addition and students move through subtraction, multiplication and division. Both of these sites are free, but sumdog offers to provide tracking for a price."
"We have a list of skills which we include into projects for the core subjects.
We start with the basic desktop applications and as they get older we begin to incorporate Web 2.0 applications (Google Docs, Animoto, eduGlogster, etc)
"Here are a few tech resources I have gathered recently:
Really Cool! Guided tours of FotoFlexer, Animoto, & Typewith.me http://budurl.com/j9ru
Web 2.0 site to create awesome student portfolios via interactive digital books.…"
Happy New Year! I was wondering if you, your educator contacts or students would be interested in participating in a nationwide Vocab Video Contest @ MIT university. We'd really like to get more students involved from Missouri!
You can view contest details at BrainyFlix.com Please let me know. Thanks!
Have you thought about using web based white boards ? If you're looking to go online with classes I recommend you take a look at Wiziq's virtual classroom. It has an excellent white board, though obviously online and a buch of other features. since power points have become so integral to white boards I recommend you take a look at authorstream's web based power point presentation platform. Again its web based but could prove to be a useful tool for teachers and students.