Thankful for education this weekend:
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” ~ Nelson Mandela, 1918-2013
This website offers Thanksgiving printables on Abraham Lincoln’s Proclamation on Thanksgiving
This Prezi presents reasons to be thankful for education
This website offers 20 Thanksgiving writing prompts to use in the classroom
The New York Times is cheaper than ever for college students. The Times is now offering new student subscribers a $1 a week digital package, which grants full access to NYTimes.com and its apps.
Any student who is interested needs to sign up using a valid school email address and their graduation year.
Information Source: Fishbowl
The important thing in science is not so much to obtain new facts as to discover new ways of thinking about them.—Sir William Henry Bragg, Nobel Prize winning British physicist, chemist, mathematician
Students encounter difficult situations online every day. (“Should I be looking at this?” “This Snapchat seems offensive.”) To help students develop appropriate, well-reasoned, and self-protecting actions and reactions for these situations, educator Matt Harris shares a list of nine internet safety scenarios that teachers can play
out with their students. Maybe they should make a digital citizenship version of Whose Line