Let’s go Digital and make our lessons interactive and fun.
- Check out Free Technology for Teachers, by Richard Byrne. On his site he offers free resources and lesson plans for teaching with technology, as well as tutorials on how to create blogs and websites and how to get the most out of google. Winner of the 2010 Best Individual Blog Award from Edublogs.
- Here’s an interesting post from Idex Tech that explores 57 New Digital Resources You May Have Missed.
- Internet4classrooms.com is a site that is devoted to providing internet resources to teachers, administrators and students. In their own words, they are “a free web portal designed to assist anyone who wants to find high-quality, free Internet resources to use in classroom instruction, developing project ideas, reinforcing specific subject matter areas both in the class and at home and even for online technology tutorials (internet4classrooms.com).”
- Serendip is an incredible site that is organized into 7 main subject areas: playground, brain and behavior, complex systems, biology, science education, science and culture, and art exhibitions. Each of these subject areas contains interactive exhibits, articles, links to other resources, and a forum area for comments and discussion. Here is the link to their site map. Have fun!