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PBS Kids Interactive Whiteboard Game Resources

Posted by kcaise on January 31, 2017 in apps and gaming, curriculum, Digital Media |

I found out about these fantastic resources from Miguel Guhlin’s blog, Around the Corner, from PBS Kids. PBS Kids has curated a variety of interactive whiteboard games into curriculum categories. According to PBS Kids’ website, which is full of digital media resources including the interactive whiteboard games: Here is our collection of interactive whiteboard games […]

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Creating Org Charts and Diagrams

Posted by kcaise on January 30, 2017 in apps and gaming, blogging, Digital Media |

One of the lessons my online students have to complete requires the use of a diagram like an organizational (org) chart or diagram. I found several resources that the students can use to accomplish task. First is Grafio 3. It is an iOS app that is fantastic! It has a variety of tools, shapes, and […]

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Homework Helper – PBS LearningMedia Students

Posted by kcaise on November 5, 2016 in blogging, curriculum, Digital Media |

PBS has great resources for teachers and students to assist with teaching the curriculum. Teachers can create assignments surrounding the many resources of the PBS LearningMedia platform. Students can also access the resources and others to help them with home as part of the PBS LearningMedia area for students. New Student Portal PBS LearningMedia now […]

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Looking for Election Resources for 6 to 8 Year Old Students?

Posted by kcaise on September 21, 2016 in curriculum, Digital Media, online learning |

If you have been looking for age appropriate election resources for students aged 6-8, then ‘PBS Kids You Choose’ is the place to go. They have quality resources for younger students and the press release states describes the resource area as the following: PBS KIDS YOU CHOOSE aims to teach kids about the Presidential election […]

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Boston Tea Party Virtual Field Trips

Posted by kcaise on March 8, 2016 in Digital Media, global projects, online learning |

If you are teaching the Boston Tea Party and the American Revolution, you can do so and ‘visit’ the Boston area without leaving your classroom! You can Skype with the museum and have the students experience the American Revolution ‘in a Revolutionary’ way! If you are visiting the Boston area or teach in the area […]

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Teachers Google Wants You!

Posted by kcaise on October 2, 2015 in blogging, Digital Media |

Google Expeditions are virtual field trips that teachers can participate in with their students. Currently they are looking for schools to serve as content partners. According to the Google information page: Expeditions Pioneer teams will visit selected schools around the world, starting with the United States, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and Brazil. Each […]

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Are your Students 13-18 years old and like to Create Videos?

Posted by kcaise on September 14, 2015 in curriculum, Digital Media |

Are your students 13-18 years and like to explain math or science concepts? Then Khan Academy is looking for new video creators. Between now and October 7th, Khan Academy and Breakthrough Prizes are looking for video creators to create a video Khan Academy style about a ┬áchallenging and important concept or theory in mathematics, life […]

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One Tweet Cost this Student Everything

Posted by kcaise on September 8, 2015 in blogging, Digital Media |

One athlete lost everything because of one tweet that he posted online. It is so important to teach students about developing a positive online presence, that whatever is posted is never really deleted, and create an digital footprint that one can be proud of and not worry if it is searched by recruiters or employers. […]

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Students’ View of International Dot Day – You Gotta Check this out!

Posted by kcaise on August 22, 2015 in blogging, Digital Media |

Terry Shay, FableVision Ambassador, came up with the idea of International Dot Day based on the book, “The Dot” by Peter Reynolds. Classrooms around the world, on or near the date of September 15, celebrate International Dot Day with a variety of activities based on the book. It is so exciting to see and hear […]

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International Dot Day is Fast Approaching

Posted by kcaise on August 19, 2015 in curriculum, Digital Media |

International Dot Day is September 15th-ish and began when fellow FableVision Ambassador, Terry Shay, introduced the book, “The Dot” written by Peter Reynolds, to his students. The book is very motivating and inspiring and I highly encourage you to explore the book if you have never read it. “The Dot” Since then, teachers around the […]

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