Public Domain Poems – Selected Public Domain Poetry from the Great Public Domain Poets – Yeats, Shelley, Whitman, Frost,Tennyson,Wilde, Browning, Hardy and many more!
This is a great place for students to explore the works of favorite poets, from Oscar Wilde to Percy Shelley. All of the poems are in the public domain and are open and accessible for classrooms. The Poetry Foundation also features an immense collection of more than 12,000 poems that are searchable by topic, occasion, author, etc.
4 Strategies for Teaching Students How to Revise | Edutopia
” The classroom writing process involves: Brainstorming (Think About It) Drafting (Getting It Down). Revising (Making It Better). Editing (Making It Right). Publishing (Sharing It!). At the beginning of the writing process, I have had students write silently. For it to be successful, in my experience, students need plenty of topics handy (self-generated, or a list of topics, questions, and prompts provided). Silent writing is a wonderful, focused activity for the brainstorming and drafting stage of the writing process. I also think it’s important that the teacher write during this time, as well (model, model, model). However, when it comes to revising, and later, editing, I think peer interaction is necessary. Students need to, for example, “rehearse” words, phrases, introductions, and thesis statements with each other during the revision stage”
Teaching Geography – A Unit on Liveability for 5/6/7Australian Curriculum Lessons
“Summary of Unit: Students will explore features of a range of countries and the factors that influence where and how people live. Students will investigate the inquiry question: ‘How liveable is Australia?’ Students will compare life in another country and will choose from Europe, North America, Asia and Europe. Throughout the inquiry students will be collecting a variety of data and information, recording and representing data with the focus of maps, tables, charts and graphs”
10 Teacher Tools to “Techify” Your Classroom – Learn2Earn Blog
“Thereis a vast array of technology tools that can be used in the classroom to increase student engagement. Sometimes, however, the world of educational technology can seem daunting and extremely overwhelming. The list of of teacher tools listed here will hlp to “techify” your lessons one step at a time. Each one has the potential to enhance your classroom biome and get students excited about your content.
How Minecraft could help teach chemistry “Minecraft is more than just a game and used carefully it can also be a powerful educational tool. It allows young people to create and explore places that are completely inaccessible by other means. Within the blocky world, they can roam around historical sites, delve into the geology beneath their feet or fly through the chambers of a heart, and much more besides.
The rich resources of these virtual worlds, coupled with the educational version of the game, allow teachers to immerse young people in a comfortable but exciting learning environment. Minecraft has the ability to bring just about any conceivable structure to the classroom, and beyond.
100+ Great Google Classroom Resources for Educators “Google Classroom allows teachers to easily manage student work and teaching with Google Docs, Google Forms, Google Spreadsheets and anything Google. This handy tool has opened up the doors of blended learning and collaborative classrooms like never before. Teachers wanting to implement Google Classroom can use these resources to get started, level up their learning, or become a pro at all things Google. Vicki Davis spent several weeks combing through resources and has picked some of her favorites.”
graphite | The best apps, games, websites, and digital curricula rated for learning
A free service from the terrific Common Sense Education site that makes it easy to discover the best apps, games, and websites for classroom use. There are many reviews of tools such as Edmodo, Kahoot, ClassDojo, and LightSail put up by educators. Assists in finding the best edtech tools by providing reviews written by teachers in the classroom and experts in the field. “On Graphite, you can learn best practices for teaching and connecting with our growing community of educators.”
These Two Buttons in Google Drive Will Help Keep You Organized | The Gooru “To help locate files more quickly, Google has relocated two buttons in Drive to help you organize your files and avoid spending time searching for a document. These buttons will appear when you are in Shared with me, Recent, Starred, or looking at Search results in Drive. When you select a document in one of these views, the below bar will appear at the top of your Drive page.”
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