ITRT Diigo site: Scroll down and access
Lists on lower right (teacher resources mostly)
Staunton City PortaportalsMath and Literacy Sites (Interactive, use with students)
Internet 4 Classrooms: Helping Teachers Use the Internet Effectively
Multiple Intelligences:Interactive SiteMath Resources for Math Coaches
Lure of the Labyrinth: http://labyrinth.thinkport.org/www/
Site with videos to explain how to use the website with students
For the puzzle explanation, scroll down the page to Puzzle Play to hear how teachers use the puzzles in the classroom
Screencast to show an actual puzzle (This download is a large file and may take several minutes to download)
Lessons and Public TV Free Resources
Go to the webpage, click on Take a Test Drive, on the next screen, scroll down to pick your subject, pick your subject on the next screen as well. You will then have resources on your subject, lesson plans and videos.
This Cyberchase link is a good example of what is available.
This is problem solving, but not necessarily real world (snelfus instead of dollars)….but it is fun! I could see this done at the smartboard with whole or small group or in the lab as individuals, or perhaps a center.Cyberchase http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/lucky_star/launch.html
Do you have some awesome websites or resources you would like to
share with your fellow teachers? Email them to Meneta