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March 31, 2012

31 Mar
Cover of "The Lorax (Classic Seuss)"

Cover of The Lorax (Classic Seuss)

I wished to pass along a cute site that had lots of free lesson plans and other information that was provided by HP.  The link below shows several lessons from the Lorax by Dr. Seuss.  These seem timely with the recent movie release.  Many grade levels and topics are touched by these lessons.  Hopefully, you will find these useful.  If not, pass them along to others with whom you work.

http://h30411.www3.hp.com/projects?categoryId=&difficulty=&maxTime=-1&order=&page=1&q=Lorax&x=0&y=0&mcid=Twitter

Another great site for those who teach a health science type of program is from the Inner Body website.  This is a free resource as well.  Students can go to the Inner Body and look at various body parts within different body systems.  As the mouse hovers over the body part, it is highlighted inside the body and information is shown.  Very cool!

http://www.innerbody.com/image/digeov.html

Keep in mind that our summer conference is in July.  If you have not registered or marked your calendar as yet for this, please do so.  There will be important information shared that you will not want to miss.

For those who need to get COOL certified before the school year ends, we are opening a section of COOL that will begin April 11.  You must have completed Basic and Advanced Blackboard though before you can register for COOL.

Upcoming sessions that may be of interest:

  1. COOL – April 11 (must have completed Basic and Advanced Blackboard)
  2. Advanced Blackboard – April 18
  3. First Aid in the School – April 9
  4. Grant Writing for Education – April 18

 

 

 

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