Saturday, June 7, 2014

The Rearview Mirror 6-7-2014

For those of you who may have missed an EDge21 featured post or who didn't have the opportunity to look at some of them during this past week, here's a second chance.



Created for teens and tweens, Smithsonian's Q?rius (pronounced curious) is intended to help students make sense of the connections between nature, the planet, the universe, and their  everyday experiences.


Create gameshow-type boards for use in the classroom quickly and easily with FlipQuiz™.


TeachUNICEF is a collection of free interdisciplinary global education resources for grades PK-12.


European Schoolnet Academy is a website where you can learn about innovation in education through online professional development courses for teachers in primary and secondary schools.

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