Useful Information In and Out of the Classroom 6/18/21
Note: Each resource is labeled with a level and subject area to make it easier to use.
Levels: E: Elementary; M: Middle; H: High; G: General, all levels; SN: Special Needs; T: Teachers
Subject Areas: LA: Language Arts, English, Reading, Writing; M: Math; S: Science; Health; SS: Social Studies, Current Events; FA: Fine Arts; Music, Art, Drama; FL: Foreign Language; PE: Physical Ed; C: Career; A: All
Be a Game Changer - “The Change The Game Design Challenge is Google Play’s initiative to build a more inclusive future through gaming and education. Gaming has the potential to inspire creativity, connect people, build communities, and serve as a gateway to new worlds, passions, and professions. We aim to inspire more teens as players and empower them as creators to drive meaningful change in the industry.”(L:M,H;SA:A)
If/Then Collection - We are pleased to offer the IF/THEN® Collection, a digital asset library of women STEM innovators, for educational and other noncommercial use. (L:G;SA:A)
Multiplication Games - free multiplication games (L:E;SA:M)
River Runner - “Click to drop a raindrop anywhere in the contiguous United States and watch where it ends up” (L:G;SA:S)
Simple Truths: 212 The Extra Degree - a video; “212º the extra degree is one Simple Truths book that is a must have in every personal and business library. A Simple Truths #1 bestseller, the concept is this: At 211º water is hot. At 212º, it boils. And with boiling water, comes steam. And steam can power a locomotive. The one extra degree makes the difference. This simple analogy reflects the ultimate definition of excellence. Because it’s the one extra degree of effort, in business and life, that can separate the good from the great. The 212º concept is vividly illustrated for every aspect of your life through powerful stories that will inspire and motivate yourself or your team to the next level of success. Join the people, businesses and schools that have taken action and adopted the 212º concept and attained their goals.” (L:G;SA:A)
Original photo by Pat Hensley
Posted on the Successful Teaching Blog (http://successfulteaching.net) by loonyhiker (successfulteaching at gmail dot com).