Good afternoon! I hope you are staying warm. The air is frigid, but this is setting the mood for the holidays. Whoo whoo! They are upon us.
Today’s message is not only to wish you an early “Happy Thanksgiving” but also to share some ideas with you for consideration in your classrooms. If you have some time to allow students to participate in virtual field trips, check out these sites. One is for the first Thanksgiving.
The First Thanksgiving – lots of videos
Virtual Field Trips around the World
Polar Husky (since it is so cold at the moment!)
This is an interactive site for Thanksgiving.
Do you need some help with teaching students how to communicate appropriately and effectively with email? Look at this site. It is downloadable.
Do you need to help students learn how to evaluate online information for quality? Look at this article from Edutopia.
Thinking ahead for Christmas yet? Well, here are some science ideas related to Christmas.
Interested in electricity?
To find more awesome ideas among 200 topics, look at this Pinterest link.
If you are needing a course for licensure (COOL, Methods, etc) before June 30, you need to register quickly for them. Many of our courses are filling. The spring schedule is posted and additional courses are not scheduled for completion by the June 30 deadline.
Remember to send ALL requests for help of any type (Canvas, courses, assessment, or whatever) to the Help Desk. Please do not email or message a person individually. The Help Desk email is firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also call the RCU at 662-325-2510.
Again, have a wonderful, blessed Thanksgiving. Stay warm. Enjoy your time with family and friends. Most of all, don’t forget to count your blessings and be thankful for them.