|Posted by mrsabato on August 15, 2009 at 10:24 AM||comments (12)|
http://oliverkwoodman.com/map-project ; This is a nice marraige of a book and an interactive map project. You make a copy of Oliver K. Woodman and include him in a photo. Then you post your image onto a world map. It is a great global collaboration that will make map studies fun for kids.
Schooltube has 35,000 videos. howstuffwork.com is a great source of video clips for history--from Discovery.
http://schools-wikipedia have articles that have been checked for accuracy and appropriateness .
Now there is http://twitter4teachers.pbsworks.com which allows teachers to share lessons...
Have you tried out all the Google tools from GMail, Google Talk(new to me!), Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Sites...that are all free.
The eNature site is awesome with field guides, Sibley Guide to Birds, search 5000 species, Ask an Expert...all at http://www.enature.com/home/
I am always adding something new to my site.
Please email your suggestions for site to [email protected]
|Posted by mrsabato on July 4, 2009 at 2:20 PM||comments (0)|
View my Blog on Social Studies in the World of Web 2.0 at
|Posted by mrsabato on July 2, 2009 at 6:05 PM||comments (6)|
Welcome to my Best of the Web for Education Site. I have developed this site from my own search and discoveries and from contributions from people across the planet.
Please feel free to offer your suggestions for additions. I also appreciate it when people notify me that a link is dead or has move to a new location.