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Olympic Games Paris 2024 - Paris 2024

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This official Olympics site includes everything you need to know to follow the 2024 Olympic Games and learn about the event's history, the participants, and the stories behind each...more
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This official Olympics site includes everything you need to know to follow the 2024 Olympic Games and learn about the event's history, the participants, and the stories behind each sport. Membership isn't required; however, free registration allows you to stream live events, follow the journey of favorite athletes and teams, and access exclusive Olympic news.

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Share this site with students and encourage them to learn more about the Olympics by reading informative articles and playing Olympic trivia games. Curate and share articles using Symbaloo, reviewed here or 3X3 Links, reviewed here. Ask students to research and share information about their favorite athletes or teams, then share it using one of the many tools found at Adobe Express for Education, reviewed here, such as posters, videos, resumes, and more. Integrate learning about the Olympics with your studies of countries worldwide as you learn about athletes and the country they represent.

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Going for the Gold - United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee

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Follow the United States Olympic athletes at this interactive website, including those participating in the Paralympics. Find current news about the athletes and discover athletes who...more
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Follow the United States Olympic athletes at this interactive website, including those participating in the Paralympics. Find current news about the athletes and discover athletes who qualify from your state. Use the links at the top of the site to quickly sort information by athletes, schedule, news, and sport.
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Share this site with students as an exciting way to learn about the sports and athletes participating in the Olympic Games. Find other Olympics resources to share with students on TeachersFirst's Olympics Resources, reviewed here. Use Netboard, reviewed here to create an interactive board of resources for students to explore by adding this site along with other favorite sites, YouTube videos, articles, and other Olympic resources. Ask students to create magazine covers featuring their favorite athletes or sports using Big Huge Lab's Magazine Cover Maker, reviewed here. Find free copyright-free images to use at Pixabay, reviewed here and Pexels, reviewed here. As you and your students follow the Olympic Games, use ChartGizmo, reviewed here to graph the number of medals collected by each country.

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OK2Ask: Engage & Inspire: Gamification in the Classroom - TeachersFirst

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This recording of an OK2Ask online professional learning session is from July 2024. You can register and immediately view the archive of the session.

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This recording of an OK2Ask online professional learning session is from July 2024. You can register and immediately view the archive of the session.

Are you looking for ways to boost student engagement and motivation? This session delves into the exciting world of gamification in the classroom! Learn how to harness the power of game design principles to create dynamic learning experiences that foster a love of learning. We'll explore the difference between gamification and game-based learning, and equip you with practical strategies and templates you can use to design engaging, independent, and group activities that seamlessly integrate game elements with authentic learning objectives. Discover resources to get you started and unlock the potential of gamified learning in your classroom! As a result of this session, teachers will: 1. Understand the difference between gamification and game-based learning approaches. 2. Identify resources that support the implementation of gamification in your classroom. 3. Develop a plan to integrate gamification into your curriculum. This session is appropriate for teachers at all technology levels.

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The archive of this teacher-friendly, hands-on webinar will empower and inspire you to use learning technology in the classroom and for professional productivity. As appropriate, specific classroom examples and ideas have been shared. View the session with a few of your teaching colleagues to find and share new ideas. Find additional information and links to tools at the session resource page. Learn more about OK2Ask and upcoming sessions here.

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OK2Ask: 3 Cool Tools for Images in the Classroom - TeachersFirst

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This recording of an OK2Ask online professional learning session is from July 2024. You can register and immediately view the archive of the session.

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This recording of an OK2Ask online professional learning session is from July 2024. You can register and immediately view the archive of the session.

Unlock the power of copyright-friendly images in student projects! In this engaging workshop, we'll explore innovative ways to integrate visually stunning, legally compliant images into your lessons. Dive into the world of digital literacy and learn how to equip your students with the knowledge and skills they need to navigate copyright laws and make ethical choices when using images. We'll introduce you to three amazing online tools brimming with high-quality, copyright-friendly images that are perfect for enhancing student projects and presentations. Discover how to leverage these resources to enhance your lessons while fostering critical thinking about copyright and fair use. As a result of this session, teachers will 1. Identify and learn how to utilize copyright-friendly images. 2. Explain copyright concepts to students. 3. Integrate copyright-friendly tools into lesson plans. This session is appropriate for teachers at all technology levels.

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The archive of this teacher-friendly, hands-on webinar will empower and inspire you to use learning technology in the classroom and for professional productivity. As appropriate, specific classroom examples and ideas have been shared. View the session with a few of your teaching colleagues to find and share new ideas. Find additional information and links to tools at the session resource page. Learn more about OK2Ask and upcoming sessions here.

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TeachersFirst: Differentiated Instruction Professional Learning Module - TeachersFirst

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This five-part learning model provides guidance and support to educators as they tailor instruction to meet the many differing needs of their students. Module one begins with a short...more
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This five-part learning model provides guidance and support to educators as they tailor instruction to meet the many differing needs of their students. Module one begins with a short overview of differentiating the learning process and shares several technology tools to support successful differentiation. Other models discuss differentiating the learning environment, products, and content; the final module helps pull all the information together as part of a cohesive learning unit. Professional learning credits are available; follow the provided link to receive a link to the course assessment.

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Take advantage of the many instructional ideas and resources to support differentiation in your classroom. Visit TeachersFirst to find many other resources for classroom differentiation, such as the archives of online professional learning sessions, OK2Ask: Playlists to Personalize Learning, reviewed here and OK2Ask: Engage & Inspire: Choice Boards for Differentiation Pt. 2, reviewed here.

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Nelson Mandela and South Africa - Teacher's Guide - Edsitement

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Edsitement offers this teaching guide about Nelson Mandela and South Africa. After a brief introduction to Mandela's life, you will find several Guiding Questions and drop-downs for...more
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Edsitement offers this teaching guide about Nelson Mandela and South Africa. After a brief introduction to Mandela's life, you will find several Guiding Questions and drop-downs for Materials, which have numerous links to more information about Mandela, Teaching About Madiba, Media Resources, and others. Under Seminar/DBQ Activity, find a link to''''''?"What is Nelson Mandela's Legacy?", a collection of primary sources.

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Include this guide with your other resources when teaching lessons about Nelson Mandela, Black History, or South Africa. Use Wakelet, reviewed here, to curate resources and videos. When sharing articles that contain difficult reading selections, use Read Ahead, reviewed here to transform the text into a Guided Reading activity that includes a focus on keywords and vocabulary found in the text.

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Nelson Mandela - Fought for All Children - The World's Children Prize

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The World's Children Prize Foundation page about Nelson Mandela shares how he fought for all children not to have to live under apartheid. Read about how he went to prison ...more
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The World's Children Prize Foundation page about Nelson Mandela shares how he fought for all children not to have to live under apartheid. Read about how he went to prison over this, won the Nobel Peace Prize, and became President of South Africa after his release.

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Share this site on your interactive whiteboard or projector as an introduction to your Civil Rights, Black History, or Heroes unit. To allow students to explore on their own, you may want to create a guided reading activity using Read Ahead, reviewed here. Enhance learning by having students create an infographic using Free Infographic Maker, reviewed here about Nelson Mandela's life using this article and others.

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The Power of Great Apps and Google - Google for Education

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Explore the many apps that integrate with Google to save time and increase productivity. Use the included filters to find apps by topic, age range, categories, and languages. Many resources...more
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Explore the many apps that integrate with Google to save time and increase productivity. Use the included filters to find apps by topic, age range, categories, and languages. Many resources are Google Classroom add-ons, allowing teachers and students to use the tool within Google Classroom. Not all tools are free; however, most offer a free component.

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Take advantage of the many apps available for integration with Google to enhance current tech tools used in your classroom. Use the provided filters to find "just right" resources for your grade level and content and to provide support for multilingual learners.

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Father's Day May Not Be Easy For Some Students - Share My Lesson

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Not all children have fathers in their daily lives, and Father's Day can be difficult for them. This PDF resource shares ways to present Father's Day activities that are less ...more
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Not all children have fathers in their daily lives, and Father's Day can be difficult for them. This PDF resource shares ways to present Father's Day activities that are less likely to be difficult for students without fathers.

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Share this resource or the PDF with fellow teachers, staff, and your administrators. You must be logged in and then click the download arrow on the right under Resources.

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Father's Day Activities - Share My Lesson

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Share My Lesson presents several activities to honor fathers, father figures, or other significant persons in students' lives. Each lesson has the suggested grade level, and titles...more
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Share My Lesson presents several activities to honor fathers, father figures, or other significant persons in students' lives. Each lesson has the suggested grade level, and titles include Father's Day Fun Facts, Kid Lit Crafts and Activities for Father's Day, a writing activity, and more.

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Choose an age-appropriate activity for your class and introduce it on your whiteboard. Include the activity on your webpage so parents can help students with ideas for the project.

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Origins of Father's Day - History

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See the left menu on this page and click Origins of Father's Day to learn the history of this holiday. Learn why it took 58 years after Mother's Day became ...more
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See the left menu on this page and click Origins of Father's Day to learn the history of this holiday. Learn why it took 58 years after Mother's Day became an official holiday for Father's Day to become an official holiday.

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First, create a reading guide for your younger students and weaker readers using Read Ahead, reviewed here. Next, introduce this article to the class on your whiteboard. Engage students by reading the title Father's Day: Controversy and Commercialism. Then, pair stronger readers with a weaker reader to read both articles and create a timeline using one of Canva's Timeline Infographic Templates, reviewed here. For older students, you could also have them create an AI timeline using MyLens, reviewed hereto compare their timeline to the MyLens timeline.

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5 Father's Day Ideas for Elementary Students - HMH

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Find a variety of Father's Day activities and lesson plans, including a list of books featuring fathers. These are intended for K-5 students but can easily be adapted for students ...more
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Find a variety of Father's Day activities and lesson plans, including a list of books featuring fathers. These are intended for K-5 students but can easily be adapted for students up to grade 8.

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Before school concludes, introduce this site to the class and let them know the link will be on your class website to share with their families after school is out. Try suggesting something interactive for the students to create besides the paper craft. For example, have students create online books about their fathers using Bookemon, reviewed here.

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Humy - Humy.ai

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Chat with over 1,000 historical figures, from Tutankhamun to Michael Jackson, with Humy's chatbots, or Humies. Create an account, then visit the Humies to search for specific characters...more
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Chat with over 1,000 historical figures, from Tutankhamun to Michael Jackson, with Humy's chatbots, or Humies. Create an account, then visit the Humies to search for specific characters or scroll through options that include diverse groups such as Greek Gods and Space Exploration. Select a character to begin your conversation and ask questions. Additional tools found on Humy include lesson planning and question generation tools. Visit the collections to find options to edit and share curated collections. The free subscription consists of 300 credits (approximately 25-30 chat conversations) and access to over 40 history collections; however, activating a collection uses many more credits than individual chat conversations.

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Take advantage of the free account provided by Humy to generate conversations on your interactive whiteboard with historical figures to introduce new lessons and units and engage students in upcoming activities. For example, before reading The Giver by Lois Lowry, select her name from the Humies to have a conversation to learn about her inspiration for writing the book and allow students to ask questions about her writing style and how she developed her storytelling skills. Use the chat conversations as a starting point for research projects on historical figures or periods. Ask students to share their projects by creating websites with Google Sites, reviewed here or by using Google My Maps, reviewed here to create an interactive story based on locations on the map.

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That High School Life - Joe Ticar

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That High School Life is a podcast hosted by Joe Ticar, a vice principal, IB Diploma Programme Coordinator, and guidance counselor at an international school in Germany. The podcast...more
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That High School Life is a podcast hosted by Joe Ticar, a vice principal, IB Diploma Programme Coordinator, and guidance counselor at an international school in Germany. The podcast explores various aspects of high school life, featuring guests such as students, teachers, professionals, and others connected to the high school experience. Episodes cover many topics, including life as an expat teacher, the International Baccalaureate curriculum, career aspirations, and personal anecdotes about high school adventures. The podcast is recommended as a valuable resource for high school English classrooms, helping to engage students in discussions about different aspects of high school life and providing insights from diverse perspectives.

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There are a few ways to leverage insights from the podcast. You can use podcast episodes to captivate students' attention and stimulate interest in various topics related to their day-to-day life as a high schooler. It would provide an excellent opportunity to build community and create student agency by pairing podcasts with thought-provoking questions, promoting lively classroom discussions and critical thinking. Assign projects where students create multimedia presentations or infographics based on podcast themes, allowing them to deepen their understanding and apply knowledge creatively. Considering many of the topics about graduating and insights from new grads, you could : form small discussion groups where students listen to episodes about new grads and their future plans. Have them discuss their own aspirations, fears, and expectations. If possible, invite recent graduates to speak to the class about their experiences post-high school, aligning their stories with podcast themes.

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Once Upon a Picture - Sam Daunt

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Once Upon A Picture is a dedicated platform aimed at enhancing classroom learning through visual stimuli, fostering creativity, and encouraging active student participation. It offers...more
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Once Upon A Picture is a dedicated platform aimed at enhancing classroom learning through visual stimuli, fostering creativity, and encouraging active student participation. It offers a vast collection of curated images and illustrations, carefully selected to inspire imagination and stimulate discussions in the classroom. Additionally, the site provides engaging writing prompts derived from the visuals, promoting creative writing skills and literacy development among students of all ages. Alongside these features, Once Upon A Picture offers reading comprehension activities, including literal, inference, deduction, and prediction questions designed to improve critical thinking and analytical skills.

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Incorporating Once Upon A Picture into classroom activities can amplify any lesson! Utilize Quizlet, reviewed here for vocabulary-building exercises. Teachers can create vocabulary sets based on themes or elements in the Once Upon A Picture images. Try Book Creator, reviewed here for digital storybook creation. Students can draw inspiration from Once Upon A Picture's visuals to craft engaging narratives combining text, images, audio, and video to share with the broader classroom community!

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Crayola Education Sustainability Resources - Crayola

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Crayola Education Sustainability Resources is a comprehensive platform designed to support educators in integrating sustainability and environmental consciousness into their teaching...more
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Crayola Education Sustainability Resources is a comprehensive platform designed to support educators in integrating sustainability and environmental consciousness into their teaching curriculum. With a wide range of colorful and engaging materials, this site empowers teachers to help students learn how to take action toward a more sustainable future. The site features interactive lesson plans, printable activities, and creative projects encouraging students' recommendations. Additionally, it provides resources for teachers to incorporate art-based learning strategies into sustainability education, fostering students' creativity and critical thinking skills. Reviewing and aligning any materials or activities from external websites with your school's policies and guidelines, including considerations for student privacy (FERPA) and online safety, is always recommended.

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Elevate your STEM lessons by incorporating Crayola's comprehensive lesson plans and resources. This connection strengthens the understanding of concepts related to sustainability in science and technology. Immersive Experiences: Take learning to the next level with interactive simulations or virtual field trips. These engaging tools provide opportunities for students to explore environmental concepts more immersively. Want to extend this beyond the classroom walls? Organize eco-friendly art exhibitions or community projects that showcase the sustainability themes explored through Crayola's resources. If you have the bandwidth and resources, consider partnering with local environmental organizations to involve caregivers and the broader community.

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LeVar Burton Reads Podcast - Stitcher Studios

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LeVar Burton Reads is a podcast where LeVar Burton brings short stories to life through engaging narration. The purpose of the site is to provide access to a curated selection ...more
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LeVar Burton Reads is a podcast where LeVar Burton brings short stories to life through engaging narration. The purpose of the site is to provide access to a curated selection of captivating short stories read by the acclaimed actor and host to entertain and inspire listeners. The podcast features a diverse range of stories from various genres, including science fiction, fantasy, and literary fiction, allowing listeners to explore new authors and narratives. Each episode includes a high-quality reading, followed by Burton's personal reflections and insights on the story's themes and characters. The site also offers an easy-to-navigate interface, making it simple for listeners to browse episodes, read summaries, and access additional content such as author interviews and behind-the-scenes details. One consideration is the need to review each episode beforehand to ensure the content is suitable for a specific student audience, as some stories may contain mature themes or language.

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Play episodes of "LeVar Burton Reads" during class to spark interest in literature. Pair the podcast with Padlet, reviewed here to facilitate class discussions where students can share their thoughts and reactions to the stories. Additionally, you can incorporate the podcast into your curriculum by assigning specific episodes that align with your current topics. Follow up with a writing assignment where students analyze the story's themes, characters, and narrative techniques. Utilize tools like Google Docs, reviewed here for collaborative writing and peer reviews! Lastly, welcome students to listen to the podcasts at home and share them with caregivers, family, and friends. You could suggest specific episodes or themes that tie into what they're learning and provide guidance for initiating discussions or activities based on the podcast.

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iGradePlus Online Gradebook - iGradePlus

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iGradePlus Online Gradebook offers an easy-to-use, FERPA-compliant interface with many options for busy educators. Create a grade book, add classes and students, and then assign students...more
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iGradePlus Online Gradebook offers an easy-to-use, FERPA-compliant interface with many options for busy educators. Create a grade book, add classes and students, and then assign students to the appropriate courses. iGradePlus includes several options to modify or set custom grading scales, such as grade weights for exams, quizzes, or other assignments. Free accounts include adding grades, tracking behavior and attendance, parent/teacher communication tools, custom report generation, and more.

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If your school doesn't provide a required gradebook, consider using iGradePlus. This resource is also helpful for sharing feedback for after-school programs or with tutors to share information on student progress. Modify class information as needed to adjust grade weights to fulfill requirements for special needs and gifted students.

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