Conducting lab experiments was my favorite part of every science class that I had in middle school and high school. There was something about the
Chalkup is a neat service that combines the concepts of Google Drive and Edmodo into one slick package. In Chalkup you can create classes to
We’re getting to the time of the school year in which most high school U.S. History courses and World History courses are studying the end
One of my favorite uses of the Internet in school is blogging. Blogging allows students and teachers to share their ideas with an audience that
Connected Classrooms uses Google+ Hangouts On Air to take students on virtual field trips to museums and zoos. In these Google+ Hangouts On Air students may
Decisive Moments at the Battle of Gettysburg is an interactive map hosted on Smithsonian.com. The map details events of the battle and the decisions made
Last week I shared with you the #mathphotoaday challenge. That challenge asks students to take pictures of objects that represent concepts in mathematics. This morning
Thank You Readers for 14 Amazing Years!