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TechnologyforTeachers

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Looking for information and ideas for using Web 2.0 applications in the classroom?  Check out these pages.  Please use the comments section on this page to make suggestions about other pages that you would like to see.

 

 

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HOW DOES HAVERFORD USE TECHNOLOGY?


WEB 2.0 RESOURCES:

The following links connect to tutorials that will help you better understand how you might use each application in the classroom.

Introduction to 21st Century Teaching and Learning with Web 2.0

Writing and Discussion Tools

 

Creating a Web Presence

Making Research Easy

 

Videos

Photos

Collaborating with Other Classrooms Using the Web

Interactive Lessons

Keeping Track of Resources

Using Cell Phones in the Classroom

  • Text Mark can send a text to your students of thier daily homework

  • Polling using text messaging

Misc.

 


LESSON PLANS: 

If you find or create a lesson plan that promotes 21st century learning - problem solving and critical thinkin skills, higher order thinking, collaboration, authentic assessment, engagement with technology - please link them here. Please email me to request access to post, or you can post in the comments section below. 

 

  • English/Language Arts

    • Delaware County CFF English Collaboration Day Wiki - each session is linked to notes and presentation materials for that topic.

    • Evaluating Web Sources Wiki

    • CFF English Wiki - A ton of lesson plans and tutorials submitted by English CFF teachers across the state

    • Literature Circles - a wonderful online resource for how to establish and facilitate literature circles which includes handouts and lesson plans.

    • Literature Learning Ladders - a wealth of information about how to encourage active reading through book to online connections

    • Learner.org - tons of interactive lesson plans organized by content area

    • Curriki- This site links interactive social studies lessons for all content areas and grade levels.  Use the search boxes at the top of the page to limit your search and find the curriculum area you are looking for.

  • Social Studies

    • Delaware County CFF Social Studies Collaboration Day Wiki - each session is linked to notes and presentation materials for that topic.
    • CFF Social Studies Wiki - Lesson plans and tutorials put together by social studies CFF teachers across our state
    • Learner.org - Tons of interactive lesson plans organized by content area
    • Curriki - This site links interactive social studies lessons for all content areas and grade levels.  Use the search boxes at the top of the page to limit your search and find the curriculum area you are looking for.

 

 

 

I also use my Delicious page to keep track of new lesson plan websites I find.  You can subscribe to my links at http://www.delicious.com/msward/lessonplans

 

 

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