Here are some articles to explore, which focus on the moving plates on Earth. Convection Currents Pangea Living in the Ring of Fire NewsELA: Earth’s continents might grow by 1 as scientists consider adding Zealandia National Geographic: Continental Drift
Photo credit: The iMums iMums & SlimCricket has put together several videos to teach students the multiplication tables by using visuals. An example of number 4 can be found as a video here. There is a free iPad App that students use to practice number 4. It looks like the full version, which includes the […]
Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC This video from Nessy provides visual mnemonics to help students remember which version of their/there to use. I also remember that all three words start with the word “the”. This helps students keep from flipping the “e” and the “i” in the word their. Photo credit: Teach Starter I […]
Photo credit: Turnitin, LLC iThenticate is a software developed by Turnitin.com, which checks for plagiarism. Their software checks over 155 million published items in search of duplicate materials. This article that they have published, titled, “6 Consequences of Plagiarism” discusses the incredible importance of academic and professional honesty, as well as the consequences assigned for […]
Students use the instructions found at this link to create a model wedge of the Earth to learn about the layers of the Earth.
Photo credit: babbel.com Learn a new language with babbel.
Photo credit: Speechnotes Speechnotes is a free speech-to-text software which will allow students to speak into the microphone and have their conversation dictated and turned into text. Disclaimer: with this type of software, it is important to clearly say where the punctuation goes as well as where to start a new line or add a […]
Photo credit NaturalReader Natural Reader is a free text-to-speech software that can take pdfs, Word documents or text that is copied and pasted, and it will read it aloud. Disclaimer: sometimes the formatting gets skewed when the text is pasted into the box.
Photo Credit: https://climate.nasa.gov/resources/global-warming/ I modified a Kahoot from larabl to help students study for a climate change quiz.
Photo credit: Senator Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) In a survey (from Leiserowitz, A., Maibach, E., Roser-Renouf, C., Rosenthal, S., & Cutler, M.) published as Climate change in the American mind in May 2017, 90% of Americans understand that their is a scientific consensus that global warming is occurring. Arguments exist which deny that climate change is occurring. […]