TL2014 – Resources you may find useful… 08/10/2011
Top 20 Social Networks for Education
Are you an educator looking to build your own professional learning network (PLN)? Look no further. This blog post offers up a host of resources you can use to deepen your PLN. Which will you start with?
Math Pickle features mathematics videos for students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. The videos feature real students engaging in inspiring math problems and puzzles. The videos often speak to unsolved math problems throughout history that students work to solve. In the unsolved problem, students must use developmental level appropriate math to work out the problem.
Google Web Search Education
A space dedicated to improving the skills of searchers from middle school through adult. An excellent resource for teaching information literacy.
TED Blog | What TEDTalk would you play to open the school year? We counted your (almost 1,000) responses …
This is a great question that has led to a listing of many excellent talks. Check out as many as you can. What is your favorite?
Digital Citizenship in Schools
A collection of resources focused on digital citizenship. Resources have been collected by Judy O’Connell.
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.