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Kids Have Fun While Learning History with Samsung SUPERHERO Video Contest

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Written by Goran   
Thursday, 03 November 2011 23:09

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“My students had fun!” said Cynthia Dale, a teacher from New York. “The contest was great because it allowed us to combine research, writing, speaking, and technology all in a creative manner.”

Samsung, a leader in document camera technology, is continuing its fall SUPERHERO competition. Students can submit an entertaining video portraying their favorite hero in history – and the student who wins gets $500 and their class receives a SAMCAM 860 document camera. By getting into character they gain a better knowledge and understanding of who their chosen pioneer was and the impact they left on our country. Years from now when they think of Pocahontas or George Washington, they can remember how much fun they had participating in the competition. Take a look at the past winner’s videos and find out more information on how to post your entry in the current competition. http://samsungk-12.com

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 November 2011 20:02
 

Kids' Lab

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Written by Hunter   
Sunday, 14 December 2008 22:08

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The Kids' Lab present reading workouts that are designed for parents and teachers to work with students who need some practice with their reading skills.

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They are designed to be done with an adult because the student can get confirmation when he or she is right and may be corrected when there is a misunderstanding. The reading workouts are available for these grade levels : kindergarten, first grade, second grade and third grade. The workouts put the emphasis on vocabulary development, phonics and phonemic awareness and reading comprehension. The workouts are not easy to find on the website at first. You need to use the "GO" menu in the top left corner of the screen.

 

QUIA - Physical or Chemical Change

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Sunday, 14 December 2008 22:07

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Here is a great quiz to teach your students the difference between physical and chemical changes. The quiz contains 20 questions including examples such as breaking glass, a rusting bicycle, spoiling food, bleaching your hair and burning leaves. Very simple but efficient.

 

Fifty Sneakers: The Secret Behind Easy Online Testing

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Thursday, 03 November 2011 23:06

Fifty sneakers: The secret behind easy online testing

Fifty Sneakers is free to use with additional premium features available for a small monthly fee.
The website: http://www.fiftysneakers.com

Fifty Sneakers, now allows teachers to:
- Create, store, and print worksheets, studysheets, exams, and quizzes online, just as Quizinator did, but with a significantly improved interface and options.
- Build secured and safe online tests for their students, complete with images and video.
- Track student performance with automatic grading and analysis for online tests.
- As well as the ability to create, manage and join communities to exchange resources, ideas and discussions with other teachers. This makes it easy for teachers to have access to large amounts of contents that are not their own.
- Among many other features, such as: management of classes, students, notes, discussions and messaging between members.

It is really an extraordinary application, and it is fully translated into Spanish. Because, our members are from all around the world and from different cultures, we are moving towards globalization into other languages, as well.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 November 2011 20:03
 

ZisBoombah’s Teacher’s Toolkit

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Written by Goran   
Monday, 22 August 2011 10:15

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Well-intentioned efforts to create healthier school environments by promoting good nutrition are abound, no doubt. School meal programs are slowly getting better. Teachers manage to integrate nutrition education into their already packed curriculum.

But when you look at the upcoming exciting new school year this fall, what is on your mind?  Reality!? The limited resources, time and support teachers have on educating their class about food and being active. ZisBoomBah.com, an award-winning food educational website,  wants to help teachers achieve this by providing an easy, fun, integrated online solution.

A Curriculum Created by a Teacher For Teachers
The ZisBoombah’s Teacher’s Toolkit has fun and engaging tools and resources to make incorporating nutrition and health into your curriculum a piece of cake!  We understand that time is limited and all the expectations put on teachers already, so they can find lessons that can be used that target health standards as well as the common core standards for reading, writing, mathematics, speaking and listening.  

Each lesson plan is printable and provides materials as well as connection questions, a downloadable activity and ideas on reflection on the topic. In addition, ZisBoombah.com has tons of engaging food and indoor/outdoor activities and printables all at your fingertips.

ZisBoomBah.com, Where It’s OK to Play with your Food!
At ZisBoomBah.com, it’s actually OK to play with your food.  Learning about food is no longer boring. We focus on children between the ages of 5 and 13 because these are the most critical years in forming healthy habits. We integrate online technology fused with health and nutrition expertise to inspire and empower children and parents to eat right and be active.

We encourage you to go to http://www.zisboombah.com/teachers and explore the resources we are offering free for teachers. 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 November 2011 20:03
 
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