edWeb.net and the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation present new, live interviews with Medal of Honor recipients in the Lessons of Personal Bravery and Self-Sacrifice professional learning community (PLC).
American history takes on new and personal meaning for students when they assume the roles of teens in our country’s most pivotal times, from the American Revolution to the turbulent early 1900’s, as we evolved further as a nation of immigrants.
History is everywhere! It is part of our past, present and future. Attendees learned about a wide variety of web tools and apps that spark excitement in the classroom, and help kids better understand the world around us. Say “goodbye” to mindless worksheets and “hello” to engaged students who cannot wait to get to class.
We all launch into a new school year with enthusiasm and determination: “I’ll get good grades, have perfect attendance”…then reality sets in: This is HARD! How can we engage students in active learning and help them to maintain that September momentum throughout the entire school year?
How you begin a unit of inquiry can make or break participation, engagement and student motivation to learn. In this webinar for the LMC @ The Forefront community, author Leslie Maniotes shared 5 engaging ways to get you off to a great start for opening guided inquiry units.
Empower students to publish one-of-a-kind books using photos, text, drawings and audio with Shutterfly’s Photo Story for iPad App. This free app is ideal for Project Based Learning and enriching your classroom literacy program, while enabling students to achieve many of the College and Career Readiness Standards in English Language Arts, Science, Math, and Social Studies.