Sila? It means 'climate' in the Inuit language. This colorful, interactive site geared to younger researchers profiles all aspects of climate change. Information is presented in a clear and attractive way. "Educators" section includes three school programs with downloadable PowerPoint
After practicing counting pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters, students are prompted to make exact change using a combination of coins provided. Additional activities on stamp values, using vending machines, and counting money back are also available.courtesy of netTrekker
Today, Amplify announced a deal for the deployment of 21,215 tablets to Guilford County Schools in North Carolina.
80 Days That Changed the World You won't be able to stop clicking through these 'days that changed the world.' Time Magazine provides powerful pictures and just enough narrative to tell the story. These events are great examples of how the world can be changed in just one day starting in 1923 with the
The Digital Citizenship and Creative Content program is designed to help teachers address student issues surrounding the ethical use of digital content, from music downloads to text and images. Lessons in the program deal with both "what" and "why," that
This IdeaLab allows users to do a virtual analysis of prehistoric leaves to explore climate change that happened millions of years ago. By examining the leaves and performing based on formulas that are provided, users can determine the average temperature of
Women Who Changed History There are wonderful stories to explore about amazing women who changed the course of history, such as Dr. Mae Jemison, the first African-American female in space; Amelia Earhart, pioneering aviator; and Melba Pattillo, one of the nine students who volunteered to