Reach your digital learners with a FREE technology tool from Microsoft!

22nd June, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

In the June 2010 issue of eSchool News, a new program called Mouse Mischief was announced.  Microsoft announced a free download and addition to their PowerPoint software that allows up to 25 students at a time to participate in classroom presentations and interactive activities. This program sounds perfect for a review session in the computer » Read More

Use the law of reflection to change the direction a light ray travels

21st June, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

Thank you BBC for sharing this wonderful interactive game! How can you change the direction that a light ray travels? After playing this game in your classroom technology center, use the reply box below to share what you learned about reflecting light and how light travels. Read More

How do I use “I Teach Inquiry” as a technology resource in my classroom?

2nd June, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - 11 Comments

At Carolina Curriculum, we value collaboration between students and teachers.  Join the NEW I Teach Inquiry® Network to unite with other classrooms committed to teaching inquiry today. This FREE website provides a forum for teachers and students to share ideas and develop techniques to improve student learning.  In addition to its purpose as a meeting » Read More