The SMART Board was by far my favorite tool in my Reading/ESL classroom. However, two downsides to the SMART Board (or similar products) are portability and expense. I wanted to find smaller, more portable, solutions that are less expensive.
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Kathrese McKee started life as a Systems Engineer at EDS, spent time in real estate, taught middle grade Reading and ESL in Texas, and settled down to blog and write speculative fiction for Young Adults.
As a teacher, she fell in love with books written for Teens and Young Adults. Her favorite books are “coming of age” stories about young people on the difficult road of self-discovery.
Momsread.com is all about reading and education, so it’s only natural to urge all of our readers to take precautions to preserve their sight and promote eye health. Impaired vision directly affects a students ability to absorb information in the classroom, and early detection of eyesight problems is crucial. Eye exams can also detect signs [...]
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Watch the 15 minute short film, “The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore (2011).” Click this link to go to Skip Prichard’s (@SkipPrichard) blog post, When Books Fly: Lessons from Lessmore | Skip Prichard Leadership Insight. The story in the film is so fantastic and well-produced that I wanted to pass it on. The short [...]
I’ve chosen two topics today that may interest parents who want to boost their child’s technology skills. Education Technology Conference, Tech Toys for Teachers The post, Education Technology Conference Shows Off New Tech Toys for Teachers, written by Ida Szkovsky @IdaZL for StateImpact Ohio, highlights a handful of new tools for teachers. A few, like the Lego windmill ($99.95) and the Lego [...]