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Direct Access to Project Web Sites
Ms. Ceferno's tip not only introduces students to websites she has chosen to support their work, and it also reduces paper waste.
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Independent Technology Time
Ms. Mims likes to distinguish between "busy work" and using free time wisely. She offers these "computer time" ideas to keep your students engaged while they wait for others to finish their work.
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PBS TeacherLine
Professional development courses are wonderful, if you can fit their schedule into yours. Ms. Lo found a website that is rich in development content, but that you can work on as your time allows.
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Periodic Table Web Site
Mr. Sharp like likes to use a Periodic Table resounrce that shows basic element information as well as real-life uses. Read more about it, here.
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Pimp Up Wikis or WebPages
Ms. Burton offers soem great websites for educators looking to "pimp" their wikis or websites.
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Professional Discussions
Classroom needs are different. Ms. Lo found a website that provides a way for her to share ideas with teachers who share the same interests and concerns.
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Quia.com
Ms. Lillskau found a great website on which ot post her weekly schedules. She says it's easy to do and it allows her to create games to help students master material. Best of all, she gets positive feedback from parents. Read more about her tip, here.
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Reading and Writing Site
Ms. Airy wants to share a website she found with you. Read her tip and see why she calls it "spectacular"!
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School Notes
Ms. Ramsey found a great way to communicate easily with parents and students off school hours. It's easy, fun and best of all - free!
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Schoolnotes.com
Ms. Peterson help parents connect with their child's school experience by posting the week's plans and messages on this website. Read more her tip and parents' appreciation for this resource.
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