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Links You’ll Love

I am a huge fan of Google Drawing. Interested in learning more about this little-used Google feature. Here’s a good start.

Nobelprize.org is a very cool website – and, yes, it’s the official site of the coveted Nobel Prize. On this site, you can find inspirational videos, facts about the Nobel Prize and prize winners, and a bunch of fun educational games, too. If you’re interested in right brain/left brain stuff, check out The Split Brain Experiments. Unfortunately, much of the site relies on Flash, so I’m not sure about Chrome or  iOS support.

The Open Education Resources Commons is a searchable, browsable, customizable collection of open education resources. Let’s say you’re looking for a unit on bridges for your 4th graders… put in your search parameters and poof! 14 results show up.

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May 17, 2017 Posted by | Links You'll Love, Uncategorized | , | Leave a comment

   

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