I also have exciting news! I have officially joined the "cool kid club" as it is being called on Twitter and bought my very own iPhone! I've already been using it in my classes and it is incredibly helpful, especially since I am trying to document my student teaching for both my blog and for my teaching portfolio.
My screen is already dirty from how much I have been using it but don't you love the case! I knew that I would never survive without an Otter Box as I've dropped my old phone so many times I've lost count (plus it is pretty and the students love it!) Although my iPhone is a wonderful resource on it's own, here are some other resources to start off your week. As always, I will be adding these to my lists of resources under the Fav Websites heading.
1 ) Intercontinental Cry
- Intercontinental Cry features important information about the many
Indigenous groups around the world including current news, biographies,
videos, maps, and more.
- This website is very comprehensive and features information on over 470
groups from every part of the world! I am impressed with the variety of
information they have on SO many Indigenous groups and am using this
website as a starting point for an inquiry project in our Grade 11 World
2 ) Science Netlinks
- This website features science lesson plans, tools, resources and news
updates for every class from K-12. Science Netlinks has a very user-
friendly search option that allows you to select the grade, subject, type
or research and put in any keywords you need.
- I really like how much information is included in the resources! Some lesson
plan search engines can have material uploaded by anyone but the standards
put in place by the website's teams really shows through in the material they
Happy Monday everyone!