Posts Tagged ‘education’

Recommended Language Arts Books for Elementary Financial Literacy

List of Recommended book for K-3 – Financial Literacy Making Money – By: Abby Jackson On Market Street – By: Anita Lobel The Supermarket – By: Gail Saunder-Smith What Can I Buy? – By: Susan Vaughan Managing Your Money – Be a Wise Consumer – By: Barbara Simons Managing Your Money – Planning Your Budget…

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State Education Hashtags

Would you love to connect to educators from around the United States? I have a great list of education hashtags from each of the 50 states!  The best way is to create a Personal Learning Network (PLN). I would start in your own building and then branch out to the world of Twitter. Here you can…

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Technology in Education Hashtags

Need to stay on top of the technology education world? The best way is to create a Personal Learning Network (PLN). I would start in your own building and then branch out to the world of Twitter. Here you can use hashtags to find the newest of the new, participate in Twitter chats and advance your profession. I…

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Education Hashtags – Elementary & Secondary

Want to stay on top of the elementary or secondary education world? The best way is to create a Personal Learning Network (PLN). I would start in your own building and then branch out to the world of Twitter. Here you can use hashtags to find the newest of the new, participate in Twitter chats and…

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Go Noodle – Brain Breaks for your Students

I truly believe that if your students aren’t engaged in learning that they will not be available to learn. Even the quietest students in your class need to get up and move around, they just might not show it as much. As educators, we sometimes forgot we have been trained to sit for a longer…

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What is a storyboard? & How would I use it in my classroom?

There are many reasons why someone might want to create a screencast to give/show directions. It is not an easy task if you don’t know what to say or how to navigate through your computer to show the user where to go during your screencast. A great way to help your screencast become professional and well…

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Ahoy There Matey!

“You can get help from teachers, but you are going to have to learn a lot by yourself, sitting alone in a room” -Dr. Seuss This is my first post ever! I am very excited to be starting my very own resource blog! There are a lot of good things in store for you! My original…

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