Thursday, February 2, 2012

Some Of My Favorite @Livebinders

'Round these parts lately, Livebinders have been all the rage. Well, actually they have been with our group for a while now. We use the for everything. From organizing thoughts to presenting information in workshops.

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Do you not know what Livebinders are?

Well you should read this post Melissa did a while back about them. It's filled with lots of great information. After that you can read this one I did a while back too.

I want to highlight a few of my favorite binders to give you a taste of what you can do with them:

Web Tools for the Classroom- This is a great binder filled with lots of great tools, tips and tricks for using Web 2.0 in you classroom.

STEM Engineering Resources-This binder is full of some amazing STEM resources for understanding and learning about what STEM means for kids.

Developing a Culture of Reading Using Technology-In this binder there are some powerful tools and readings about how technology can help develop good reading skills.

Edmodo – Extending Learning Beyond the Classroom-Are you using Edmodo? Or maybe you want to get started? This binder will walk you through the process and show you all you need to know to make it a wonderful part of your classroom.

An Educators Guide To Twitter-Ok, so yes, this is mine but its got a ton of resources learning about Twitter and how to use it both in the classroom and for your own professional growth.

These are just a few of my favorites. There are tons more binders on some wonderful and current topics. It is always a great place to start when looking for teaching resources. Always head over to the Featured Binders section. There you will find binders related to current events and happenings highlighted and you can always find something new and exciting.

Your the 2 posts from above. Then go over to Livebinders, create an account if you don't have one and create a binder. Then come back here and share it in the comments. (Ok, I will let you share your favorite binders if you don't want to take the big step and create one.)

Now, go forth and great some Livebinders!

1 comment:

Melissa said...

Thanks Steven for sharing my LiveBinders Post in your post! I agree that it is a great tool with so many possibilities!