See how the thinking routine "I see, I think, I wonder" comes to life in a grade 3 classroom with iPad and the most versatile app Explain Everything!
A blogpost about how a teacher is using Explain Everything in her classroom.
There are many aspects to Read and Write, but two of the features that are very exciting are the ability to have text read to students and now with the addition of Read Text Aloud students can record themselves reading. The second feature is the ability to have text read to them.
In this video Jeffrey Heil demonstrates how to use Google My Maps to gather and share information. With My Maps students can add docs, videos and images.
In the second episode of the Adventures of Kara, Winstoon and the Smart Crew, we discover what it means for information to be reliable. You can view the entire program series by clicking here.
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In this resource you will find ways to infuse the curriculum into your instructional practice. Resources include English, Math, Science,Social Studies and Language Arts. Source: Manitoba Education
In this lesson, student learn to define plagiarism and discuss its consequences. Students are introduced to acceptable use. Source: Common Sense Media
Discussions and graphics are used to help students understand that while the internet is not a 'real' physical space it is made up of 'real' people. Graphics are used to show real life connections extended to the online world. Source: Common Sense Media Inc.