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Links You’ll Love – 9-11-12

MathMovesU  is, as you might guess, a math site created by the folks at Raytheon. It’s slick, it’s free, and its goal is to excite kids about math. There are math games, free worksheets, and links to scholarships and grants.

I remember the job board from my elementary school days very well. It included jobs for kids like erasing the chalkboard, feeding the fish, and writing out the date in cursive. Inquiry Live in the Classroom has a timely blog post with jobs for the 21st century here.

Need your students to record audio? You may remember me telling you about Vocaroo, the terrific website where students can record audio and email it right to you. There are a number of different websites to accomplish that – all with different features. Check out the list here.

Did you know that 70% of students ages 2-5 can use a mouse? That 40% of elementary teachers use computers during in-class instruction? Check out this most interesting infographic on tech use in class.

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