This is a good infographic on the contributions of certain inspirational Americans to the world.
— Maqsood (@MrMaxood) August 29, 2012
I NEVER collect resources for science. So, here’s one for all of the missed tweets related to science, which I never retweeted. You can once again thank Mr. Ferlazzo for these, in the words of Mr. Watson, “Wunnerful Wunnerful” science sites:
— Terie Engelbrecht (@mrsebiology) August 29, 2012
This could frame’ conversations with teachers with regards to creating “common core-style” tasks and questions. “…engage students in more complex, prolonged exercises.”
Figuring out text complexity is very difficult. However, this article introducing an addendum to Common Core’s Appendix A may be helpful. There are links to useful resources in this regard.
A very short list of high quality book clubs online. Ye,s goodreads.com is on there. But, there are a few good ones that were new to me and hopefully will be new to you as well.
Check them out:
— isteconnects (@isteconnects) August 15, 2012
These are great tools for creating charts and graph online. Mind mapping and organization tools are included.