Wednesday, 28 October 2009

Latest Sites2Review-Finally Finished

This is another " post-in-waiting" that I now have time to complete.

What do they have in common? The short answer is they have:
  • value to teaching particular subjects
  • relevance to esafety
Britney Wilkins wrote: Chartophiles and students, have you heard that Google has made it incredibly easy to generate your own slick-looking charts? It’s true, and all it takes to make one is the ability to read and edit a URL. This has made it possible to get creative with charts and wow the audience for your next classroom presentation. Read on to see what’s been done, and how you can easily do it yourself.

Creating Learning Platforms

This useful wiki resource states: There is a growing desire to rethink education and learning, and the phrase "School 2.0" is being used to think about what schools will look like in the future.

The edorigami is a very valuable resource blog and should be followed to maximise professional and student learning benefits. This is just one example, check out the whole site, especially the work on Bloom's Taxonomy.

Subject-related Learning Links, will enhance teacher learning.

Last but not least, this website provides a wealth of resources for K-12 science educators, Science NetLinks is your guide to meaningful standards-based Internet experiences for students.

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