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Top 3 Paragons of the Week – Episode 4

Attribution: "a star is born" http://www.flickr.com/photos/28801512@N00/2971701469Paragons of the Week is a reoccurring post highlighting resources that I find to be worth mentioning. I come across 100s of useful tools for educators each week. Below are the top 3 “paragons” that I found this week that I feel teachers might dig. To view previous Paragons, click here.

1. Academic Skill Builders

Thanks to The Innovator Educator for turning me onto this site. Academic Skill Builders is a research-based and standards-aligned free educational math games and language arts games website that will engage, motivate, and help students improve their academic skills. There are many interactive games to choose from and they’re all pretty fun, have decent graphics/sound effects, and offer great practice to specific skills.

2. 100 Coolest Science Experiments on YouTube

I learned about this site from The Cool Cat Teacher Blog. Stellar resource for science teachers that has, as the title suggests, links to 100 cool science experiments. If your district has YouTube blocked, you can download any of the videos using 3outube. There are some really cool videos here and it’s well worth a gander.

3. MathTV

Brought to my attention by Kevin Jarrett, Math TV is an amazing collection of how-to videos in a variety of math subjects. Checking it out, I watched a video on how to multiply fractions and I (a teacher) learned a new method.  Imagine what your students can learn. This site is free, but it does require you to register to be able to view the videos.

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One response to “Top 3 Paragons of the Week – Episode 4

  1. Shelly Terrell February 16, 2010 at 10:22 pm

    Great resources! Thank you for sharing! I have already bookmarked them!

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