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Thursday, October 13, 2011

This has been on my mind quite a bit recently. Understandably, I'm sure. But there's great stuff here, not just for graduates, but for everyone.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Sites to See---Website Round-up

Interactive bulletin board hosted online. Use this for an interactive word wall or to review before a test. Students could respond via sticky note to a question posted for discussion, or you could use this to frame a lesson. To view a WallWisher in action visit mine

105 Classroom Uses for WallWisher
Jump start your thinking about the possibilities.

Teenage Brain
National Geographic October 2011 article about the ins and outs of the teenage brain…and just why they do what they do

Budding Scientist
A new blog from Scientific American aimed at interesting science for curious children—and their teachers and parents!

Food in Every Country
Includes recipes and a cultural history of foods in different countries and groups. The food alone is interesting, but all the other information makes it a valuable tool.

Eyewitness to History
Primary Source type articles from the ancient world through World War II.

Documentary Heaven
More than 1600 documentary films from across the Internet. Find something on just about every topic you could think of.

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