Five Friday Finds

As usual, finding good web resources can be the hardest part of the job for an educator.  With all the demands on a teacher's time, who has time to spend searching?  If this is you, here are some resources you may found useful.  Please feel free to share with others!

Discussion Board Etiquette:
With so many people becoming involved in online learning experiences-which often include discussion boards- it is important to both model and teach good etiquette. This piece from the University of Wisconsin summarizes many points very concisely.

Useful Blogs Created By & For Language Teachers:
A list to several blogs created for language teachers (this is located in the middle of a huge module; the link should take you right to the section, but there is a lot of other information on the page).

Create A Graph:
Select from five different graphs and charts to create, design and use.

Direct Anatomy:
“The purpose of this completely free site is to familiarize more people with the human body,
using an interactive interface that allows you to navigate through the body, annotate the anatomic plates, and check your knowledge.”

Social Studies-
Interactive site with 36 different aspects (6 “sides” with nine sections each) having to do with geography & geographers.  Each section includes pictures, videos and text to give detail to the topic.

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