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Today I was asked by a teacher about creating some Anchor Charts to help student learning in mathematics. It got me exploring and here are some of the initial findings from my search. (On a side note, if you haven’t heard of Pinterest yet, it is like a digital corkboard that many teachers are using to share visuals on all sorts of educational topics. Think “Live Binder” but with images as opposed to website/documents.) Here are a few to get you started…
Ever have that moment where you’re so excited over a new discovery that you can’t stop your brain from exploding? When the possibilities seem endless? That’s how i felt upon an initial look at the following web based way of categorizing and organizing sites or favourites online.
Check it out for yourself…here’s the original message below from the source i got it from.
This is a new take on bookmarking. I think it has considerable merit and is easier than using deli.icio.us or Diigo in the first instance. Here is what they say about themselves:
LiveBinders is your 3-ring binder for the Web:
•Collect your resources
•Organize them neatly and easily
•Present them with pride
•Best of all, it’s free!“
Check out bookmarking with Livebinders.