This month we feature nine fascinating topics from around the internet. From space to grammar and calendars to cheese fires, there’s something here to intrigue any student!
The public domain is a rich collection of creative works whose copyrights have expired. More than ever we have incredible access to this art and literature. Public domain images and writings add depth to lessons and expose students to classic works.
Seven recent Tweets featuring: slow-mo ladybugs, avalanche on mars, 99 life hacks, dragon evolution, sleep, Skype, and a puzzle.
We begin our year with an ancient tools projects. Students build the tools that early man would have access to. Naturally, many students want to build spears. We type “spears” into Google. Guess what comes up? That’s right: page after page about Britney Spears.
Seven gifted education resources from around the web. Learn about the eight gripes of gifted kids, read about introversion, and understand students’ moral development. Plus, start a back–to-school snowball fight.
Nine interesting resources from around the web to inspire your classroom and ignite some creativity!
Another list of links bursting with ideas for your gifted classroom. Learn to develop creativity and curiosity, be inspired by photos of gifted kids’ work, and the implications of incredibly incorrect predictions from some very smart people. Something here’s sure to pique your interest.
Eight education related resources from around the web. Math treasure hunts, chess puzzles, enrichment ideas, and how to test in a way that benefits student learning.
Articles from the Wall Street Journal, University of North Carolina, Davidson Gifted, and Psychology Today mingle with YouTube videos, Flickr pictures, and teacher blogs in this resource wrap up. Dive into everything from curiosity to math doodling!
Nine helpful links to gifted education resources. This time you’ll find an interview with Dr. Tomlinson, ten great blogs, math resources, Anti-Happy Meal legislation, powerpoint advice, and “would you rather” questions.