As promised, we’re making available several poetry curriculum resources for mobile devices (or desktops or laptops) available. You can download them here. Enjoy!
I am happy to announce my new podcast “Karen’s Educational Mashups.” This podcast is a compilation of excerpts from podcasts and other free audio and video content of interest to educators. Shows will air twice a month, and each show
There are two more new free, Open Source curriculum content resources coming on line: Schools Without Limts OER Commons As these repositories get fleshed out, look for an upcoming review in my blog. In the meantime, if you have a
Well, NCCE was a great conference this year as always. I consistently find the sessions at this conference to be a step ahead of most other conferences. I’m on the plane on my way home now, and here are a
Looking for a good ID3 tag editor for Windows? Check out AudioShell. (If you aren’t familiar with ID3 tags, they include metadata that tells your media player things like the track name, the artist, and the genre. That’s how your
I’ve been working on a geography unit for handhelds and have been looking for a good Windows Mobile paint program with flood fill, etc. for activities with maps. I’d found one: PocketPicture. This is free Open Source software. Depending on
In celebration of February as African American History Month, K12 Handhelds presents a FREE handheld curriculum unit on African American history. This unit includes an ebook with historic photos, profiles, a timeline, a linked glossary, and more; a virtual field
Over the holiday break, I did a lot of recording in Audacity for a reading practice series of videos we’re doing, and I picked up a few tips that might be helpful to those of you who us Audacity: The
Open Source content is all the rage and provides a great resource for educators worldwide. I’ve been thinking recently that there is a real opportunity for some kind of curriculum wiki — a place to gather all the great curriculum
Martin Luther King Day is Jan. 15 this year. Here are some resources related to this great American hero. Ebooks: “I Have a Dream” speech “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech Letters from the Birmingham Jail Martin Luther King Jr.