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My Google Earth virtual field trip was designed for my 7th grade students, in collaboration with their social studies and English writing curriculums. Standards: Social Studies: 7.1, History of Ancient Civilizations English: 7.2, Comprehension and Analysis of Nonfiction and Informational … Continue reading
As a Technology Coordinator, I really wanted to find a resource that encompassed all the different areas that I work with. The blog, “Ask a Tech Teacher”, has been a really great find for me! This blog is written by … Continue reading
I discovered the global project called “Debunking Stereotypes” while going through the iEarn catalog of collaborative projects, and I can’t wait to use it this year with my middle-school students. In this project, students research stereotypes that people outside of … Continue reading
To set the stage for educators to encourage students to use and develop their creating mind, we need to do a few things. First, we need to be ready to model creativity in our presentations and teaching to them. Secondly, … Continue reading
iEarn stands for the International Education and Resource Network. Begun in 1988, iEarn is an internet-based, not-for-profit organization that enables teachers and students from around the world to collaborate on interesting, creative, and meaningful educational projects. Participants come from over 125 … Continue reading