See educational technology links and videos on the Classroom Web and on multiple Wiki pages. This blog is no lobger being used by kids because Mr. Smith has moved to higher education - Western Illinois University. Please browse through the articles here to see how many different ways that kids can learn with blogging around the world. Oh, for rock and roll fans, here is a vdeo from our annual Winter Air Guitar Party AIR Guitar Link
Kidlink Landmark 2014 Games - The Project starts again in February. Last year we had so many participants that we had to create Group A and group B in the primary Games. We still had only one section in the Challenge Group (older students). Let's see what happens this coming year in the 2014 Games!
We're always talking about how to be creative in our classroom and how to put our ideas together into even bigger ideas (synthesis). Well, just imagine if you were asked to help someone understand seat belt safety. And you were asked to make a meaningful family connection. What would you do? The following video is one way to do this. What would you do to get the same message across? What main ideas would you use? Would you do a video or a photo slideshow or a cartoon or an MP3? Or something totally different?
I like the part when the colorful thing flew it also teaches ppl (people) about seat belt safety.
Comment Posted on June 4, 2010 at 03:07 PM by
That is such a cool video!
Comment Posted on April 16, 2010 at 01:36 PM by
Thats a good way to teach people to wear there seat belts.
Comment Posted on April 15, 2010 at 01:36 PM by
I love that back round music and that vidio.
Comment Posted on April 14, 2010 at 03:48 PM by
I don't know if students would react the same way as adults but this video brought tears to my eyes as I watched! I think that the message was very moving.
Thank you, Mrs. Black. I also felt is was very dramatic -- Mr. Smith
Comment Posted on April 13, 2010 at 01:17 PM by