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Leveled Book List
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Pdf to word Converter
Tags: pdf, word, conversion, web 2.0, Converters
Cramberry: Create & study flash cards online
Tags: flashcards, web2.0, cramberry, vocabulary
Scifri Videos: How The Arch Got Its Shape
Vídeo sobre la catenaria
Tags: catenaria, arch, catenary
Web 2.0 Tools | Social Studies Central
Tags: Web, links
technology4kids [licensed for non-commercial use only] / FrontPage
Tips for using technology with kids
Tags: technology4kids, wiki, web2.0, K-12
N°1 Free online Video Converter
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MasteryConnect – Plans & Pricing
Tags: common_core, assessment
Fold3 – Historical military records
Tags: History, military, research, records, primarysources, Documents
A pinterest board with iPad lessons
101 Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers You Should Know About
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Think-Pair-Share Variations | Learning is Growing
How to run an unconference | The Lanyrd Blog
Tags: unconference, how-to
Learning STEM in Classrooms Modeling the Future | Getting Smart
BBC – Radio 4 – In Our Time – Archive by Genre: History
Lots of podcasts on history topics. Interviews with historians. Also has links to related programs.
Everyday Math Online
Euler y el teorema fundamental del Álgebra
Tags: pdf, resources, Euler, Álgebra
We Give Books: Visit, Read, Donate!
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eighty Alternatives to YouTube.pdf – Google Docs
HABITS OF A MATHEMATICIAN: Take One – DOING MATHEMATICS
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ChronoZoom – Microsoft Research
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A great article on the future of education with a view to a digital education – one where learners are not learning rote facts and figures but rather learning to engage and interact on a deeper level with the content and knowledge.
Tags: education, TCRecord, PhD, learningdesign, learning&teaching, educationreform, digital literacy, digital life, modernity
In which the professor expresses her frustration with the perennial bashing of her occupation. | Adventures in Ethics and Science
Counter to “posit that college professors do not work hard enough” and by extension the lack of teaching/teachers below this echelon
Tags: professor, frustration, occupation, adventures, ethics, blog
Maths and Stats by Email activity archive
A reasonable number of Maths activities developed by the children’s arm of the Australian group, CSIRO.
You can get them delivered regularly by email if you subscribe.
Tags: maths, stats, activity
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