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Google Tools And Teacher Websites


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  • 1. Google Tools and Teacher Sites
    By Crystal Barletta
  • 2. Web Based Learning
    With the growth of online learners, it is necessary that we address web-based learning and how individuals can utilize the Internet to learn and apply new skills. This category will help guide web-based learners and provide them with a link to social networking, interactive learning, and current information.
    Content based and general websites
  • 3. Google Tools and Sites
    Google Search
    Google Docs
    Google Sites
    Google Translate
    Google Timeline
  • 4. Google Apps for Educators
    Google Apps for Educators
    Create and share documents
    Communicate 5846122823606579512&ei=ivyBSpTfAo7EqgL7s9DhDg&hl=en
    Google Docs
  • 5. General Teacher Websites
    Create a website for each department
    Website example
    Create quizzes, word puzzles, and jeopardy with quia.
  • 6. Content Based Websites
    Content Based Sites for every subject
    Technology should be used as a teaching tool to enhance learning
    Engage students
  • 7. Hebrew & Judaics
    Hebrew Alphabet
    Israel News
    Texts of Judaism
  • 8. History
    Tour Historical Sites can experience by interacting with this site in the development of the Jamestown Colony in the 17th century. The site is ideal for upper elementary and middle school students.
    Map it Out courses require various maps to illustrate changes in society or to demonstrate why a battle was fought. This website provides links to multiple maps that pertain to American history from exploration through the 19th century. Also, each provides additional links to various databases that include historical maps. Various exercises can be used within a Social Studies classroom that can use this website as an excellent resource.
  • 9. History Continued
    Tour through Time via the Library of Congress
    Meet Amazing Americans
    Jump Back in Time
    Explore the States
    Join America at Play
    See, Hear and Sing.
    Create lessons and WebQuests
  • 10. Economics
    Learn How the Market Works
    The site allows students to buy and sell shares based on a portfolio. Also, teachers can organize students into a class to keep track of the gains and losses. Thus, students will be able to discuss their rationale for purchasing a stock and gaining a deeper understanding.
  • 11. Math
    Math lessons, tutorials, and help
    Graphing help and animations
  • 12. Science
    View animations of dissections and life cycles
    Biology Explanations & Tutorials
  • 13. Health and Fitness
    Connect to a Health Hub of Information short videos that discuss diseases to body systems. 
    Learn about Health Issues for Kids and Teenshttp://kidshealth.orgLinks on the site provide students with information regarding: staying healthy; illness and injuries; staying safe; and health problems (to name a few). 
    Sports Training
  • 14. English
    Read, Research, Plan, & Study
    Grammar and Writing
    Free Audio Books
    Full Text Books
  • 15. Humanities
    Compose Music
    National Association for Music Education
    Theater play scripts online
    Theatre games and exercises
  • 16. Humanities Continued
    Virtual Art Galleries
    National Art Education Association
    Photo Editing (this is also great for Yearbook)
  • 17. Conclusion
    Google tools as well as the free websites and resources help increase productivity and make learning more interactive
    Try at least one of these sites and create new lesson plans based on technology integration
    Crystal Barletta’s websites:
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