Yay!! I have finally caught up with all of the sites I have previously found and been trying to post for awhile. Now to go through pinterest, webinar notes etc. to find more sites to share! Look for more posts in the next couple of weeks. Until then, check out my Pinterest page or simple K-12!! Good things are happening :-) I'm also in the process of working on some handout type materials(app list), site form etc. and will be putting everything on a Live Binder or a Google Doc which I will share when ready. If you have concept/skill that you are looking for a site or an app for, let me know and I will work on trying to find.
Have a great week!!
Monday, February 11, 2013
List of various Autism blogs(all links have not been checked out, but this looked like a good resource)
One of my FAVORITE special ed resources! Best thing about this is that it runs off of a flash drive, so no need for a tech person to "install". Has resources to help students that may need visual or auditory support
Sample of some visual cards to help with students who may need help with this
My favorite site, follow on facebook and it is how I find out about apps for sale or "free" for a certain time.
Free download to help students deal with Autism.
Now to catch up on the sites I've saved already, so I can move on to all of the new ones ;-)
Great website with some practical tips for using Evernote in the classroom. If you are not using the Evernote app now for yourself, START! It is such a time saver in so many ways.
I found this site last summer off of Pinterest...I wish I could say I have looked at all of the resources, but I haven't. I have glanced through it and it looks like a wonderful resource.
Allows you to create handwriting worksheet for single words, multi-word, and paragraphs.
Great site for introducing the elements of a story
A great visual of Bloom's
Great site with math games!
Go Math Resources ;-)
The resources on this page are endless!
Interactive White Board resources and the directions to import into other software ;-)
Great website with lots of Reading Comprehension resources!
Saturday, January 26, 2013
I am so sorry it has been so long since I posted on here, but I have been so busy. I have a lot of different things in the work, so I will be updating a lot on the blog soon. I will also be posting an updated Ipad app list soon. I've been working on going through the apps and weeding out the ones that the kids really don't use(I needed the space ;-)). I've also been presenting for Simple K-12 and doing webinars for them. So stay tuned, I promise there is a lot more to come! Check out my Pinterest site in the mean time, LOTS of new resources there!!
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Saturday, September 29, 2012
Here are just a few I-pad resource sites that I have found that were useful. I have more that I will share soon. As always if you are looking for a particular app or need help with something, just comment and I will do my best to help you find your answer.
List of 40 apps dealing with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
List of 50 different tutorials for Ipad use in the classroom, great resource!
List of 107 Favorite Ipad apps divided by category/subject
How to set up the ipads and some starting off basics to teach the kids
Another site with a list of free and paid for apps by subject/category
Great article with lists of apps according to Bloom's taxonomy
I love the I can statements for the Ipad that this teacher uses.
List of special ed apps divided by category etc.
One more link to check out
I will be adding a non-picture list in the next couple of weeks.
Stay tuned more updates to come this week! I'm almost caught up ;-)
Monday, September 24, 2012
This is just a sampling of the common core resources I have found. I'll post more after I get caught up with a few more posts, but for now enjoy what I've found. Comment if you need something else or are looking for a particular resource...I love to hunt ;-)
One version of Kid friendly standards which may help parents to understand what the common core is targeting.
Another version of Kid friendly standards for Language Arts and Math. These take the standards and reword them into I can statements.
Math common core resources divided by grade level and standard.
Love this resource! Has lessons and activities already uploaded for various standards
Activities, lessons, and ideas for grades K-3 English Language Arts and Math Common Core standards
There was a blog post(see screen shot above) on August 14, 2012 that was titled 8 Tech Tools for Common Core. When working on this blog post, I couldn't get their blog to load. Hopefully it was just a glitch tonight, so try it later. The post was really good.
Link for their curriculum is up at the top to search for lesson plans etc.
Scroll down to a link for free interactive and web 2.0 resources. The post goes through how to sign up for a free account to Classroom connect in order to have access to these activities and lesson. She is constantly updating, but not every standard for every grade has something yet(last time I looked). Take a look though, she may have what you are looking for! Great resource;-)
Common core ideas, make sure to check out more recent posts
Hope this gives you something to get started! As I said, more resources to come as soon as I get caught up on a few posts. Stay Tuned! Comment if you are looking for something particular and I'll be on the look out.
Thanks for reading!