New Year’s Eve edition of the What Did They Tweet weekly series!
2010 is around the corner! Through my PLN on Twitter, I have found some fantastic tips, tricks, and projects. If you are viewing this from an RSS reader, you may want to check the homepage to see the embedded videos and frames.
Be the Hit of Your New Year’s Eve Party
Several of us will be attending parties, perhaps with our educator friends. @RiptideF shared this video, Top 10 Quirky Science Tricks for New Year’s Parties, which is filled with cool ways to liven up the party. Try these if you dare, then share them with your students to motivate them to learn the science behind these incredible feats!
Tips on Becoming a Creative Teacher
@ahrenfelt created this wonderful Wallwisher of tips to becoming a creative teacher. Use these suggestions from various educators to help you become more creative as an educator or add your own sticky note. Wallwisher is one of my favorite tools that you can read more about in this previous post!
Bloom’s Taxonomy Poster
In the New Year, most of us will be updating our curriculum objectives. @Nharm shared this beautiful Bloom’s Taxonomy Butterfly poster which is a nice touch to any classroom as well as an important reminder of what our students should be doing daily- remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, evaluating, and creating. Click on the image to access the pdf of the poster!
The Blooming Butterfly poster by Learning Today is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.
8 Easy Web 2.0 Tools
Skype Around the Classroom
One goal for the upcoming year should be to get your students connected with other students around the world. The easiest way is through Skype, a free service that can be downloaded on the Internet. @GiseldaSantos shared Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano’s K12 Online Conference presentation, Around the World with Skype that provides several ideas and tips on how to use Skype in the classroom.
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riptideF, ahrenfelt, nharm, EdtechSandyK, GiseldaSantos, larryferlazzo, kalinagoenglish
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