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4. Epson Interactive Projector
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4. Grants and $ for Technology
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Apps for Education
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Other Helpful Educational Materials
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Other Educational Areas
- Special Report on a Special Education student who launched a nonprofit to help out other Special Education students!!! A Must Read.
Guidance Class -
Helping Children Cope After a Natural Disaster
Bully Grant $100,000
Bullied: You are strong and empowered
Character Education lesson -
Read it Again, Set ONE
is a web based collection of 25 children's stories that can easily be personalized to teach young children.
These stories can be helpful for young children who are developing typically as well as for children with autism, a speech/language delay, or any type of delay or disability. A Social Story™ is a concept developed by Carol Gray to improve the social skills of an individual with autism. It is a proven method that uses short stories or narratives written in first person to help him or her understand why and how to behave appropriately in social situations. The
Read It Again Set ONE
stories use that same concept, but expands the stories to make them more like children’s picture books.
We are launching an antibullying application called Bully Tag on August 6, 2012 with commercial launch date Spetember 10, 2012. This is a free application available on the App Store and on Android aimed at empowering students to report bullying incidents and get rewarded for reporting incidents that are otherwise ignored. Notifications of bully incident reports are provided to specific persons of authority to aid in decision making. If your interested in learning more please sign up on our landing page or send me an email and I will provide additional details. This is not another online reporting tool. This is a mobile application combined with state of the art reporting and notification technology.
BullyTag tells, so you don't have to.
BullyTag is a free, mobile anti-bullying application, which empowers those who are most likely to experience bullying and help prevent bullying - the students themselves.
The CyberBully Hotline is pleased to announce that it will be awarding up to $100,000 in grant money during the 2012-13 school year. The program is designed to target schools and districts that are affected by high-poverty or low-income conditions where regular school funding might not readily support the implementation of an anonymous bullying reporting program. The goal of this program is to introduce a pilot implementation of the CyberBully Hotline to help reduce and prevent bullying and cyberbullying episodes at financially deserving institutions under a no-cost or reduced-cost program. Due Date: All applications must be received by October 31, 2012 in order to be considered for implementation during the 2012-13 school year.
Cyberbully Hotline -
Bully Song -
Ideas to stop bullying -
- Newest Bully Deterrent System
I Know how to deal with a bully MUSICAL -
Creating Safe and Positive Learning Environments -
STAR- School Technology Action Report - Tackling School Bullying -
52 Character Building Thoughts for Children -
Kids helping Kids take a stand on Bullying -
- Powerpoints on feelings
- a game about feelings
- on Social Skills
- Anger Lessons
- Games can teach kids Empathy
Tips to Address Bullying in Schools
- Bully Hotline
Board games that teach
such as The Picnic Basket Manners Game (by Playskool Noodleboro),
(by Successful Kids), Don't Pick Your Nose (by Bambini), and
(by Griddly Games)
Project Happiness: Social and Emotional Curriculum -
Anti-Bully Oganization -
BULLY Trailer -
- Stop Bullying Me rap
Stand Up for the Victim -
High school Bullying video - Too Late to Apologize -
High school girls made a Bullying video -
12 minute video with Rascal Flatts singing in background..very powerful with pictures of those who hav taken their life -
MTV celebs Anit-Bullying -
This is a federal website for parents, educators, other caring adults, and kids themselves, created by the U.S. Department of Education. Here, you can find information about how to identify, prevent, respond to, and report bullying.
School Safety Advocacy Council
The School Safety Advocacy Council, based in Lawrence, Mass., is made up of some of the leading experts in the field of school and child safety. Its staff and nationally certified instructors have trained more than 100,000 police, college, and school officials from the United States and abroad. On the group’s website, you can get the results of the 2012 National Bullying Survey and information about its next national school safety conference.
Cyberbullying Research Center
Directed by Sameer Hinduja of Florida Atlantic University and Justin Patchin of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, the Cyber Bullying Research Center is an information clearinghouse for all aspects of cyber bullying among adolescents.
Home Economics or Consumer Science -
Cooking and Food resources -
- Learn how to type
- Wiki with a bunhc of typing sites for students
- Keyboard teaching strategy for K-4th grade
(Not free, but has a 30 day free trial)
Photography Class -
5 key roles for the 21st century librarian.pdf
5 ONLINE LIBRARIES
Using Emerging Technology To Improve Your School Library Program through the Common Core Standards
- Media Center wiki for a school
If you are looking for a professional learning community with free monthly webinars for librarians, check out edWeb's Emerging Technology For School Librarians program! It is free and a great collaborative and interactive resource for school library professionals -
- Classic stories read to students, pictures to follow
Brush of Truth is a reading app for kids 8-12 that lets kids choose what happens next in a story. It is a full text book, with 125 pages of story, 65 decision points and 20 possible endings. Free CCSS lesson plans that go with the app are available at
You can take a look at Classroom Library's leveling program. They have recommended books by genre, theme, authors, etc. They also have an excellent content management tool, Book Retriever. Books are offered at a 30% discount and mention promo code B2SSHIP for free shipping.
The app can be found at:
Please take a look at LessonWriter.com
It's a simple fast and free way to differentiate instruction, teach literacy-across-the-curriculum, and help struggling readers and ELLs.
And it's free.Teachers can copy and paste any content into LessonWriter and it automatically generates literacy support (vocab, pronunciation, word building, syntax) to help students understand the reading. Then it guides the instructor through composing higher order thinking tasks and offers a number of graphic organizers.It saves a lot of time and makes it much easier to offer really comprehensive reading support. Teachers all over the world have been making lessons about the Olympics every day. Imagine that: you watch an event, go on the web and find an article about it, and in a few minutes are delivering it to students in class.There's an 83-second video on
France, Spanish, and Latin, OH MY!
- France Tumblr site for teachers
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