TL2014 – Resources you may find useful… 10/03/2011
How Science Works – Clip Bank
How Science Works – Clip Bank is a new free interactive Science/Chemistry resource from the BP Educational Service. It provides students aged 11-16 with some very useful examples of real-life science in action.
121resources – 1 to 1 Resources
This is a wiki with some links to resources pertaining to 1:1. Of particular interest are the resources for classroom management.
Desmos Graphing Calculator
Use this calculator for graphing, for calculating, for sharing, for creating.
A Visual Representation of Bloom’s Taxonomic Hierarchy with a 21st Century Skills Frame.
dotEPUB — download any webpage as an e-book
dotEPUB is a free service that allows you to convert the content of a webpage into an ePub format to read on your tablet, phone, or other ereader device. dotEPUB can be used as a browser bookmarklet in Firefox, Safari, Opera, and Chrome. In Chrome you can also use the dotEPUB Chrome extension. With the bookmarklet or browser extension installed just click it to activate, convert the webpage, and send it to your ereader device.
Social networking helps students perform better, professor says | California Watch
“Can spending time on sites like Facebook actually help kids in school? That’s what new research from the University of Maryland suggests. Professor Christine Greenhow has found that students build important bonds when they connect with school friends on social networking sites.”
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.