Friday’s Findings – January 25, 2013

25 Jan
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For a short week, this has been a seriously busy week with lots of meetings incorporated with the regular work load. Whew! TGIF!

There have been several websites that I have come across since I last posted. Many of them are just down-right interesting, but others are related to my work with online learning and professional development. Let me share some of these with everyone.

Plagiarism – Best Practices and Resources

20 Ways High Schools Are Using Twitter In The Classroom

Math Exercise Kid HD (Addition & Subtraction) Tutorial

Integrating technology in PE!/2013/01/integrating-technology-in-pe.html

Math History Timeline

Take a Virtual Tour Inside Bones With This iPad App

Brain-Based Online Learning Design

5 Brilliant Ideas for EdTech Scavenger Hunts

10 Hilarious Hoax Sites to Test Website Evaluation

A Cyberbullying Lesson for Elementary Students

Professional Development for Elementary Teachers Using TPACK

How Technology Is Changing Education For Students With Disabilities

How Math Is Getting Its Groove Back

5 Tips From Successful Online Students

6 Education Conferences To Check Out This Year

4 Great Rubrics to Help you Select Educational Apps

Top 20 LiveBinders you should not Miss ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Have a great weekend!

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One response to “Friday’s Findings – January 25, 2013

  1. Aditi Rao

    January 25, 2013 at 7:28 pm

    Thanks for sharing my site! 🙂 Really enjoying yours too!


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