We are noticing changes outside our windows. The season is changing and soon the trees will lose their leaves. Please enjoy reading about why this happens each year at this time on the page created by using a creative site called Bounce. If you like it, try creating your own page. It’s so easy to do.
CLICK ON THE TREE and BE SURE TO SCROLL OVER AND CLICK ALL OF THE RED BOXES ON THE PAGE TO SEE THE VIDEOS AND PICTURES.
CLICK to access the PPT Slides for “Follow the Bounce N Ball”
Here are the PPT slides for the TCEA Tots and Technology Conference presentation ,”Follow the Bounce N Ball”. Discover a way to combine information in a fun and engaging way by using the free Web 2.0 tool, Bounce. Originally designed as a way to “bounce” feedback from one individual to another, Bounce is quickly becoming an invaluable educational tool. Take an informational webpage, or uploaded image, and customize it by embedding questions, comments, links, additional images, videos, Vokis, etc. Learn how students can work together on PBL projects or presentations. Bounce provides a perfect opportunity for students to collaborate creatively and share with each other in an online environment.
The Eagle is our national bird and here we have the rare opportunity to see one on the nest. We know thousands of you have been watching the live nesting video feed from Decorah, Iowa through KLTV.com. We thought you would like to know one of three eggs hatched Saturday morning. The second and third are expected to hatch soon. These eggs have been in this nest since late February/early
PLEASE CLICK http://www.kltv.com/Global/story.asp?S=14360982 TO WATCH THE LIVE FEED.
Questions Written by Laura Odom
If you have not visited the page at the top of our blog, ASSIGNMENTS, then you are missing out on a great opportunity to incorporate those Technology Application TEKS seamlessly right into your core curriculum.
Each month, we try to write some questions in a PDF format that will provide students direction when utilizing our annual subscription to FACTS4ME. Just click on the tab at the top of the blog and you will be taken to the research page of our blog, Probe, Dig, Find. The topic of the questions is listed underneath the image of the globe. You will then see three buttons: A, B, C By clicking on each letter, a document for printing opens. Students then login to FACTS4ME by following the directions listed on the page and answer the 5 questions.
- Group A questions are Multiple Choice.
- Group B questions are Short Answer.
- Group C questions are Essay.
Consider the levels of your students and assign them to the appropriate level of questions.