April 19th, 2011
(photo via Pink Sherbet Photography at Flickr’s Creative Commons)
Since I run more than one tumblr, it’s hard for me to separate my educational interests from my personal interests when it comes to “liking” posts here on tumblr.
(For those of you who are not familiar with tumblr, you can “follow” any number of tumblr accounts, and the content they post is brought to your home page in the form of a real-time newsfeed. You are given the option to “like” any number of posts, and those “likes” are collected in a separate tumblr-space that you can access at any time.)
I’ve made it a habit of saving educational posts as drafts here at earthandspacequest, but now I have a PILE of posts that are waiting to be sifted through! I’ve decided to compile a list of resources for educators that I’ve been sitting on for a while. Here goes…
THINGS THAT COUNT:
5 questions for education reformers (Cooperative Catalyst)
5 killer classroom management tips (soyouwanttoteach.com)
7 award-winning education apps (From blogger NspireD2)
7 social media tools to use in the classroom (Knewton EdTech blog)
10 obvious truths we shouldn’t be ignoring (Alfie Kohn on education reform)
11 things I’ve learned from subbing (via tumblr novicephoenix)
15 tricks to transform yourself From classroom bully into a favorite teacher (soyouwanttoteach.com)
20 technology skills that every educator should have (guide2digitallearning.com)
25 best websites for teachers (Scholastic’s superlatives)
30 ideas for teaching writing (National Writing Project)
More than 1000 tech tutorials for teachers! (freetech4teachers.com) 
Keep questioning,Sara

(photo via Pink Sherbet Photography at Flickr’s Creative Commons)

Since I run more than one tumblr, it’s hard for me to separate my educational interests from my personal interests when it comes to “liking” posts here on tumblr.

(For those of you who are not familiar with tumblr, you can “follow” any number of tumblr accounts, and the content they post is brought to your home page in the form of a real-time newsfeed. You are given the option to “like” any number of posts, and those “likes” are collected in a separate tumblr-space that you can access at any time.)

I’ve made it a habit of saving educational posts as drafts here at earthandspacequest, but now I have a PILE of posts that are waiting to be sifted through! I’ve decided to compile a list of resources for educators that I’ve been sitting on for a while. Here goes…

THINGS THAT COUNT:

Keep questioning,
Sara

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