Професионалният блог на Антоанета Миланова (by Антоанета Миланова)
Хубаво е да има едно място в огромното Интернет пространство, където може да се намерят образователни материали за децата, посещаващи българските неделни училища. Какво по-хубаво от това да протегнеш ръка и да избереш от виртуалната лавица онзи свитък, който ще те поведе из дебрите на красивото българско слово, из величието на родната история или из красотата на нашата природа?
I would like to continue again this year! For each visit to my blog during November, I would donate a penny to help baby Adam Maldonado and his family. Adam has been through more surgeries and procedures in his short life time, than most of us have been through our entire life.
What is school? #whatisschool was again at 6pm EST this week and again we rocked it! Although we had many of our faithful away celebrating...
ExamTime is a service that students can use to create flashcards, mind maps, and practice quizzes to help them study. After I published my chart of free mind mapping tools, the folks at ExamTime shared with me a mind map about creating mind maps.
Resources for the Primary School Teacher
A blog about using iPads to enhance teaching and learning in the classroom, especially Primary Education.
SpeechTechie will help you find speech language pathology and technology resources for your lesson plans and therapy. This blog shows you the best free internet sites and apps related to speech and language goals
Langwitches, The Magic of Learning. Modern learning that transforms education in the 21st century. Finding new forms and redefining learning for the challenges of the future .
For information on how to get your ad or logo placed here on our site, please click here to view our Media Kit. is a teacher, author, and parent who has earned her Master's of Education in Curriculum and Instruction and currently teaches second grade. She has previously taught first, sixth, and seventh grade.
Education musings, technology, and lessons; my life as a teacher by Pernille Ripp. (by Pernille Ripp)
Stories of learning and leading
They dig, and rest, and eat their cookies and drink their milk. In hopes of finding something "spectacular", they come across nothing, but readers see what is nearby in the dirt -- a diamond. And the story continues, as the two get so close to the diamond, but keep digging in opposite directions.
Do you play video games? Lucy (7) and I are playing Civilization Revolution (CivRev) on PS3 with great gusto. Sarah (4) plays this same game on the iPad and we all enjoy each others company [...] cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo shared by Darcy Moore I am currently listen to the live stream from TEDxLondon of the #EducationRevolution.
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This morning I read a post from a higher education educator about the negative effects of Tech in lectures. The author was perplexed when he realized a great many students in his lecture hall were paying attention to Facebook, or attending to email during the course of a two-hour lecture.
Finally, I challenged my students to design their own Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons based on our favorite library books. I lamented that often the balloons are based on movie and cartoon character, which is fine, but wouldn't also be fantastic if the balloons reflected popular children's books!
During a conversation with my father over the Thanksgiving week, I realized that he had no idea what my job actually was. Now this may sound strange but truthfully when you hold a support role and you don't occupy a classroom for seven periods a On Friday I had the opportunity to teach coding to 5 kindergarten classes for STEM day at Eanes Elementary.
I've been meaning to write this for some time. A year after starting the blog seems like a good time (!), especially as I've just finished the DELTA and have had the opportunity to reflect a bit more on lesson planning and materials selection. So, as you'll know if you've read the 'About' page, this [...]
This story is as close as I can get to a parable. I have written it to illustrate just one of the aspects of what happens when children with vastly different learning needs, such as SEN and EAL, are lumped together.
Critical Thinking: After researching, organize the information as questions in a logical order. To add an extra element to the research, have students make a list of the states that fits the question and add it to the map.
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