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Weekly Resources 2013-2014

Lesson Plans from the Library of Congress - Lesson plans for a variety of subject areas that center around primary source materials found on the Library of Congress website.

Piktochart - An easy way for students to display what they know by creating an infographic.  (Information and link provided on the Revitalizing Research Website created by Ellen Lawrence and Katie Aquino at Hinsdale South High School).

Metta - Create Multi-Media Presentations and Quizzes Online: Posted in the Free Technology for Teachers Blog by Richard Byrne -  Use Metta to flip a lesson or have students use it to create their own presentations.

A Snappy Visual Dictionary and Thesaurs by Richard Byrne posted in the Free Technology for Teachers Blog - A visual dictionary and thesaurus that creates word webs, helping students make connections between words and build vocabulary.

50 Ways to Leave Your Paper by Joyce Valenza posted in the NeverEnding Search Blog - Great ideas for creatively assessing student learning.  Includes project ideas and links to webtools.


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