There are so many ways in which we are both teachers and learners. Visit the wonderful resources here to discover, learn and share more about well, lots of stuff.
Haven't downloaded the Teacher Toolbar yet? Here's an sample of the robust resources we hand-pick, scouring the Internet for you:
Added by Ellen on December 20, 2007 at 5:28pm — No Comments
Thanks for your suggestions!
This new section includes links to collections of "stuff" that can be used to build and enhance engaging online experiences for student learning. I know there are more out there, please keep your recommendations coming in and thanks again!
Added by Ellen on December 20, 2007 at 2:44pm — No Comments
What started out as a software tool for his son who has autism, Homeboy has become a cool tool for many children to develop, write and read stories. This program uses three-dimensional characters (wizard, parrot, genie and robot) in combination with Microsoft's text-to-speech application.
When my child clicks on the start-up icon, he sees his favorite character and hears "Hello ______________. Would you like to play?"…Continue
Added by Ellen on December 18, 2007 at 11:45am — No Comments
Artsonia seems to have mastered showcasing student's masterpieces.
Create art. Take photo. Upload. Exhibit to the world. The site is available for FREE as it relies on revenue generate from art enthusiasts when they can't resist t-shirts, mugs, cards and other chotchkas by young Rembrandts.
Added by Ellen on December 15, 2007 at 2:24pm — No Comments
This is a little bit of an experiment...the goal is to have a place where I can blog about the latest and greatest additions to the Teacher Toolbar.
The most recent latest and greatest sites, links, resources and more will be featured in this space. Of course they will become a part of the Teacher Toolbar as well.
Don't have the Teacher Toolbar yet?
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Added by Ellen on December 15, 2007 at 2:11pm — No Comments