This week tip comes from two resources that I subscribe to and find very useful - Free Tech for Teachers and iPad Apps for Schools.
Both are blog pages that I follow, but instead of me going to those sites each day to read what has been posted, I get a daily email from the site and the post is feed and read directly in my email client.
If you go to each of those websites, you can find the subscribe button for email. It will look like the screen shot below. Click on the "mail" button icon and then you can add your email address to the feed. Once your email address is submitted, you will get a daily email from the site.
5 free iPad apps to help students learn to spell." So, if spelling is something you work on, then there might be an app that you might like.
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
This week's tech tip comes from Learn360 (online video collections) and from Washington, D.C. Learn360 announced some new content as well as links to resources happening in the month of April. I always get excited to read what they are up to. Every teacher within ESU 4 can get a free account to these resources. You can view the online newsletter by clicking the link below.
Secondly, the museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. has a virtual tour available via a desktop link. Click on the link below to see the museum.
Until next time...enjoy,
Posted by Gregg Robke at 11:01 AM