End of the year TemplatesI like several of these, including the reflection one and the prioritize your work one.
Wonderopolis posts a 'wonder' each day, meaning one of the questions is answered in article format with words, images, and videos as part of the explanation. Usefully, the sources are also provided, in Wikipedia-style, to allow readers to explore the topic more, or check accuracy of the answer.
The site is sponsored by the National Center for Family Literacy (NCFL) so it has a vested interest in providing genuinely valuable learning resources to kids. A number of other philanthropic partners are involved, which allow this to be a free offering.This is another site like the Wondering one I sent last week. It has short video segments answering questions. Geared towards elementary students but could be used anywhere!Math ResourcesGoogle Training ResourcesSeesaw ResourcesOther Resources
10 Sources of Free Interactive Content for Your ClassIlluminations - NCTM - Math Resources
Arts Edge - Art ResourcesKhan Academy - All subjectsEnd of Semester Project Ideas - Posted 1/26/22Love that the administration is looking out for technology support! Carrie sent me this Google Sheet of tutorials. I will also post this to the Technology Resources webpage.Check it out to find out how to do things like utilizing slides, docs, sheets, drawings, forms, classroom, etc.Professional Development OpportunitiesGroup WorkRubricsSocial Emotional LearningDistance LearningStopping Cheating in Distance Learning (added 12/9/20)Building Relationships in Online Learning (added 12/9/20)Fact Checking Sites for Studentshttps://www.techlearning.com/
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