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OpenCourseWare is course materials created by universities and shared freely with the world via the internet. As educators, this provides us with valuable resources for personal ongoing learning, lecture preparation, additional student resources, etc.
OpenCourseWare is provided by universities such as MIT, Berkley, Harvard, Notre Dame, Michigan, University of Washington, and Yale. Every subject is represented and comes with syllabus, complete lessons, lectures, assessments, and resources.
Google has announced that it has added a graphing calculator to its search function. More information on the Official Google Search Blog.
By MichaelDFlint @EdTech
When it comes to Project Based Learning, most teachers are asking for and looking for sample projects. The Buck Institute for Education has a playlist on their YouTube channel that provides just that – project samples!
When students help each other, they develop better social skills, learn to think empathetically, and improve their communication skills.
This site is designed to make it easy to turn any lesson in to Project-Based Learning. By creating lessons to teach their peers, students do creative work that has a true benefit beyond just a grade.
Here are games you won’t mind your students playing in class! Fun and challenging educational games covering History, Geogrpahy, Science, Math, and much more.