Friday, July 31, 2009
As an incentive, I’m offering a prize for the best comment (probably a book voucher). Ask your students to add their first name only, grade/year level and the name of their school. Hope to read plenty!
Here’s the direct link: http://bookweek07.edublogs.org/
You may be interested in checking out the progress of our Yr 4 collaborative writing project (with neighbouring Waniora PS) via another blog-click the link above
(the kids love to see the number of visits and where they are from!!)
TL, Thirroul PS
Focus: Kindergarten to Year 12
Workshop no: 8168 Date: 21 August Location: Ballina
Curriculum Directorate's professional learning 2009 to access the link to register.
Thursday, July 30, 2009
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Passing on this message to all TL's out there....
Have you checked out the discussion about envisioning school libraries at http://schoollibraries21c.edublogs.org/?
The discussion has now been extended till 31 July 2009. Don’t miss the opportunity to participate! All are welcome. You might like to contribute individually, or join with teacher or principal or computer coordinator colleagues for joint posts. Print the online Guide for discussion participants if you wish.
ManagerSchool Libraries and Information Literacy unit
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Sunday, July 5, 2009
Art Gallery - displays information about each artist and many examples of each artists work.
Outlines Impressionism and Post Impressionism and places each artist into their period.
Check out: Teach your students about wikis by doing at Wikijunior on my Teacher Talk blog.
You are invited to join in and write, edit, and rewrite each module and book to improve its content. Wikijunior is a collaborative project and there are many ways to help.
Wikijunior books are produced by a worldwide community of writers, teachers, students, and young people all working together.
iPhoneapplications work in the classroom!!" so I've been told...
- I know there is a lot of interest out there..I hope this articles may help you adopt this technology into your teaching.
iPhone: 3 Features That Will Impact Education
(Jeff VanDrimmelen, EduTechie.com, 12 June 2007.) This blog post describes three features of the
iPhone– multi-touch display, widgets, and iPhoneapplications with full Internet access.
- Newer article: iPhone 3G S In Depth: Why the 'S' means more than 'Speed'
- See HORIZON PROJECT Moblies
Image via Wikipedia
Educate Educate is an
Thought of the day