the network for middle school math and science teachers
Latest Activity: Jan 10
Started by Richard Varner. Last reply by Richard Varner Jun 14, 2012.
Started by Roger Jones. Last reply by Kim Lightle Oct 12, 2011.
Started by Mary Henton. Last reply by Paul D. Boyer, Ph.D. Sep 25, 2011.
Thanks! I'll check it out....
That's why you would like diigo. You can search your bookmarks. You can annotate them also and search these.So, I annotate them with how I used them in class and then it makes it easy to find. I'm sure there are other services.
I just create folders to organize the type of bookmarked source...Student Resources, Teacher Resources, Sci Videos, etc. Even then, I need to remember to scour a folder when I'm scratching my head over a topic.
On that note, what do people use to organize their bookmarks? I've been using diigo. I really like being able to access my bookmarks from the cloud, but it also has nice organization features, annotations and I like that I can share with a group.
I know what you mean, Sandra. I find a great source, bookmark it, then forget I have it!
Ohh, thanks for reminding me. ACS's Middle School Chemistry website got lost in my abundance of bookmarks. I really like the activities they have associated with chemical change. I'm using right now with my 7th graders
Kim, middleschoolchemistry.com is a great find! Thanks!
Just stumbled upon fascinating site for anyone interested in astronomy: eso.org
Virtual tours of the facilities, images, educational materials, SpaceScope (astronomy news for kids), information...Wow!
Also check out recent time lapse video from the Very Large Telescope (VLT) at the ESO site in Chile: http://youtu.be/wFpeM3fxJoQ
Welcome toMiddle School Portal
Sign Upor Sign In
5 Fatal Pay-Per-Click Mistakes You Never Want to Commit
5 Ways to Prevent Outliving Your Retirement Savings
Want To Stay Fit? Check Out the Best Smartphone Apps
Africa Needs Science, Not Aid
Back to the Cave of Altamira in Spain, Still Controversial
Peter Marler, Graphic Decoder of Birdsong, Dies at 86
Courageous Hearts: Teachers Write about Their Work
Secrets of Instruction: How to Teach for Real Life
Reaching and Teaching ELA Students in Middle School
A New Toolkit for Classroom Rigor
Making Science Relevant in the Middle Grades
© 2014 Created by Middle School Portal.
Report an Issue |
Terms of Service
Please check your browser settings or contact your system administrator.