This is a cool website that is a mindmap of mindmap websites. Redundant? You decide.
Its kind of dry but a good replacement for KhanAcademy (because Youtube doesn't pass our filtering). Try it out. http://www.virtualnerd.com/
Oh look, I am presenting at Fall CUE.org professional conference on Tux Paint with the programmer, Bill Kendrick, who developed Tuxpaint.org. Tickets are sold out for the conference. http://fall.cue.org/event/62b079710ae10a42efabf8101e3a0fa5#.Ul7d-BZQok8
Conference Presentation: http://susie.com/cue.html
Tux Paint: Open Source Fun for the Elementary Classroom
Ever wonder how Open Source software is made? Or how you can integrate Open Source tools in your classroom? We will be exploring the design of Tux Paint with programmer Bill Kendrick and learning about using it in your classroom from technology teacher Susie Kameny. Come “paint” with us!
I wanted to share with you a really great website to get bilingual glossaries. ELL students can use them on most math testing.
1. Beacon Center Apps Club (Tues & Thursdays) run by Jason Dare aka designedbyyouth.org