This page contains links to valuable resources in the form of Symbaloo webmixes. You do not have to obtain an account to use the webmixes listed below, but I encourage you to consider creating an account, so you can create your own webmixes to share with others.
- This webmix includes links to web browsers, browser plugins, and other free-to-download software that teachers might use in their classroom or recommend to students.
- This webmix links to a variety of sites useful for Clark County School District Employees.
- This webmix links to a variety of sites with tutorial videos for students and for teacher professional development.
- This webmix shows a variety of web 2.0 tools for students and teachers. Several links along the left feature websites with web 2.0 tool recommendations. Several links along the right feature sites with copyright free or creative commons media that student or teachers could use to complete educational projects. Also notice the “Submit an Idea” and “View Submitted Idea” links at the bottom. Share your ideas with colleagues using the “Submit an Idea” that links to a Google form for sharing your idea for a web 2.0 tool and lesson idea. View the ideas of your colleagues using the “View Submitted Ideas” link to the Google spreadsheet of all submitted ideas.
- View this small collection of links to organizations that develop and support educational standards for a variety of academic areas.
- This collection of links pairs a Google Tool with the Google Support page to help you get started using the tool. I have also included a few links about using Google in the classroom with students.
- This webmix contains links to video tutorials that I have created and posted on CCSD TV. It is still a work in progress. Check back as I will be adding additional tutorials for both the desktop and iOS version of First Class.
- Using social media can be a great way to expand your professional network. I have listed the social media networks to which I belong below. Check out each one to see which networks are a best fit for your teaching role and sign up to try them out. Some of these social networks can be used for personal networking as well. For those services, it may be best to sign up for separate professional and personal accounts. Always use your professional email address for professional accounts and your personal email address for personal accounts. The links below will take you to the main page for each of the social networking sites so you can login and create your own profile. You can view my social media profiles and connect with me online by clicking the links in the Follow Me! sidebar to the right. See you online!
- This webmix contains links to tutorials, templates, and graphics for using Microsoft Office in the classroom.
- This webmix contains resources and articles about BYOD and mobile learning.
- This webmix contains links to student response hardware, online assessment tools, and Bloom’s Taxonomy question stems.
- This webmix contains links to QR code generators, QR code readers, and articles about using QR codes in the classroom.
- This webmix is a collection of sites related to improving literacy.
- This webmix contains links to teacher lesson plans, parent resources, and students resources related to digital citizenship.
- This web mix of iOS apps is my short list of my favorite go-to apps. Many of these apps can be used with multiple subjects and grade levels. There are also many on the list that are totally free or low cost.
- This collection of Parent Resources is geared toward parents of elementary school students.