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Wonderopolis is an exciting site where the 'Wonders of the Day' will help teachers and students find learning moments in everyday life.
This multi-discipinary approach to content aligns well to the STEM Educational Framework and Bloom's Digital Taxonomy.
The Daily Wonders can be used as a springboard or stimulus for creative thinking. There is a collection of wonders that relates to specific themes and interests.
Teachers can search by subject matter or year level.
This resource is well worth a look!
For example, search 'wonders' about animals
Embedded example: Do Animals Play Hide and Seek?
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Here is a taste of some of the best Educational Websites for P-12 Educators. There are thousands to choose from of course! Let us know what YOUR favourite is, and for which year levels or subject areas.
There are simply amazing educational resources on the internet. From simple skill and drill games, class blogs, research resources, scientific simulations and digital tools right up to collaborative and creative resources that can redifine what learning looks like.
Use the search box or links below to find an array of 21st century resources are mentioned in various sections throughout this site that support teachers, students and parents with:
If you are a teacher with a passion for teaching, ThingLink is an essential tool for your toolkit. This flexible tool is well-suited for helping students dig deeper into content as they create. Learning to use ThingLink is an adventure worth exploring.
Integrating technology in the classroom and engaging students in higher order thinking creates the ultimate learning experience for students. Bloom’s Taxonomy and digital tools creates an innovative learning environment where students are engaged in their assignments.
The following is a list of digital tools as it relates to Bloom’s Taxonomy.
Also worth a visit is Kathy Schrock's resources on Bloom's Taxonomy
Working in a BYOT with ICT integrated across all subject areas, we are always looking to find ways to find new tech tools to use in our classrooms and enhance our (already great!) lessons.
Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy levels are familiar to our teachers, and provide a great framework within which to view tech tools alongside the thinking skills we are constantly developing.
The chart includes some software /apps that may be available on our school network, the web and/or on students' BYOT. Teachers are encouraged to provide a list of recommended or essential apps they require for learning in their class in their class webpages or in their periodical newsletters and notices to parents.
- BYOT at CC
- STEM - STEAM
- Blog - ICT News
- Digital Citizenship
- 3D Printing
- Mobile apps - BYOT
- Digital Storytelling
- Stories with Tech themes
- Web Tools
- Minecraft Home
- Movie Making
- Creating with Code
- Just for Fun!
- Future of Technology