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Hi Readers! I’m very excited to tell you that KB..Konnected has just reached 1,000,000 page views. How cool is that. Never in a million years did I envision this happening when I started this blog.
I sincerely want to thank all my readers, past, present and future, for making this possible. Special thanks to my family and friends for their love and support through this amazing journey. I’ve learned so much along the way and I’m happy to share what I learn on my blog.
So….I hope you participate in my celebration raffle. It’s a $50 Amazon Gift Card. All you need to do is fill out the form below. Entries can be submitted until Feb. 3, 2013. Then I will announce the winner. Good Luck!
«<Update»> I think I have the problem fixed with Rafflecopter. I have never used Rafflecopter before and I kept skipping over one option that they require. After quite a bit of time I think I have it working. Sorry for the delay and inconvenience.
3 Great Differentiation - Assessment Tools!
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Great generator for creating engaging lessons. Just plug in your topic and click for results.
The Learning Event Generator 2500+ Permutations (different arrangements)
Also check out the Homework Generator. Great idea!
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Did you know that there’s a Writing Prompts Tumblr run by a teacher?
Pinterest Linky Party! Find some awesome resources.
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Looking for some educators to follow on Pinterest? Then head over to "Michelle’s Math in the Middle" blog. She’s having a Linky Party and 60+ educators have joined. If you have a blog or website and are on Pinterest make sure you join too. Pinterest is a fantastic way to find amazing resources. I love it!
Don’t know what Pinterest is? Check mine out for an example. www.pinterest.com/kbkonnected
Click on the “pin” below to check it out.
Ever wished you had access to the filecabinets of other teachers in your school? Added to Terrific Teachers Sharing Ideas LiveBinder
Consider it done! Real classroom Ideas is a fantastic collection of all the activities and ideas Mrs. Uppman has collected over the past five years, available for your use. It contains many great ideas as well as very useful printables.
Added to Terrific Teachers Sharing Ideas LiveBinder
The Perfect Free Gift for all of the Teachers on your List…LiveBinders!
The holidays are upon us and this year’s economy has not been the greatest. But don’t despair…I have great a gift idea for all of the teachers on your list. And it’s a gift that keeps on giving and that they will really use. LiveBinders!
Why not put together a LiveBinder that features websites and blogs that you know they will use and enjoy. I recently put together a couple of LiveBinders for a few personal friends and this got me to thinking about my educator friends. Creating a LiveBinder, personalized with their name, would be something a teacher would like and definitely use.
Here are just a few LiveBinder Ideas for Teachers
- Make one specific to the subject matter they teach.
- Fill the binder with blogs that they will like. (They will update all of the time)
- Fill the binder with quick and fun lessons they can use when needed in an emergency.
- Fill the binder with games they like to play.
- Make a binder filled with blogs that share recipes for the teacher who likes to cook.
- Make a binder centered around photography for the teacher who likes to take pictures.
- Make a binder about Twitter for someone who is just starting to tweet.
You get the idea. Make your binders special and personal. Add things that offer great looking photos and graphics. Look beyond the typical and usual websites/blogs and find some things they have never seen before. There are so many resources out there that you won’t know when to stop.
I bet you have a great time making the binders, learn something about your colleagues interests and will be appreciated for taking the time to put together something so personal and thoughtful.
Share some more ideas for making “LiveBinders for Teachers” here.
Read more about LiveBinders here.
You may want to create a cute little card with the name and URL of the binder, to give to them so that they could keep it inside their wallet or on their desk for reference. Try to think of a clever name for their Binder which will make it more personal.
***Click here to view my entire LiveBinder shelf.