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You are a computer teacher and you've just been told the computer lab will be unavailable for a week for online testing. Nevertheless, you are still expected to teach computers in the cafeteria. What do you do? Buy these five puzzles in *.pdf
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A recent headline stated “Students Believe Everything They Read Online, Warns Researcher”. Could this be true? Do today’s students have the ability to distinguish between the truth and an internet hoax? Download this lesson and conduct your own
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The building principal was proud of the work the eighth graders had done on their Immigration PowerPoints and asked me to sit in on a presentation session. A majority of the slides had unreadable text, overlapping pictures, annoying backgrounds,
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Do your students think before they post pictures and text on the internet? Do they realize that once they post content the information is largely out of their hands? Do they consider the “worst possible scenario” before hitting the send button?
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Being a part of an online social network can be fun for kids, but are they aware of the dangers? Can they keep their passwords to themselves? Do they know how to protect their personal information? Are they aware their browsing history is often
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On project due dates do students constantly say, “I can’t find my files!” Do students save their work in a vast wasteland of hundreds of files? Do the filenames Document1.doc, Presentation1.ppt and Book1.xls seem all too familiar? Download “Files
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Are you looking for a lesson that combines survey taking and creating graphs on the computer? Are you concerned some students don’t have access to the required software? This lesson is for you! Learn how to create professionally looking graphs
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Turn down the lights and turn up the volume for the Rainforest Animals Talking PowerPoint! This slideshow highlights 48 found in the rainforest. Each slide is narrated so students can progress through the presentation in a computer lab setting.
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Turn down the lights and turn up the volume for the Age of Exploration Talking PowerPoint! This slideshow highlights 48 people, events, documents and artifacts of the period. Each slide is narrated so students can progress through the presentation
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How do you make your PowerPoint presentations talk without recording your own voice? Use a free online utility to type in your sentences, select an English, Spanish, French, German or Italian voice, and download the text as sound files. Import
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Take your students on a virtual field trip back to an 1830’s rural New England village. This 125 slide PowerPoint contains original pictures taken at historic Sturbridge Village in Sturbridge, Massachusetts. A few of the locations depicted include
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You’ve found the perfect online video, the projector is ready and the students are seated. You hit the play button …. and wait …. 15 seconds of video …. buffering …. 20 seconds of video …. and more buffering. Before long the students get restless
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Turn down the lights and turn up the volume for the Ancient Rome Talking PowerPoint! This slideshow highlights 48 people, events, documents and artifacts of the period. Each slide is narrated so students can progress through the presentation in a
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Turn down the lights and turn up the volume for the Revolutionary War Talking PowerPoint! This slideshow highlights 48 persons, events, documents and more. Each slide is narrated so students can progress through the presentation in a computer lab
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“Math & Car Bingo” is a game you can play in the classroom to reinforce addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, square root and exponent skills. Instead of drawing ping pong balls, the teacher randomly draws clue cards which provide
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Turn down the lights and turn up the volume for the Musical Instruments Talking PowerPoint! This slideshow highlights 48 musical instruments and the sounds they make. Each slide is narrated so students can progress through the presentation in a
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Turn down the lights and turn up the volume for the Westward Expansion Talking PowerPoint! This slideshow highlights 48 people, events, documents and artifacts of the period. Each slide is narrated so students can progress through the presentation
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Turn down the lights and turn up the volume for the Ancient Egypt Talking PowerPoint! This slideshow highlights 48 people, events, documents and artifacts of the period. Each slide is narrated so students can progress through the presentation in a
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You are a computer teacher and you've just been told the computer lab will be unavailable for a week for online testing. Nevertheless, you are still expected to teach computers in the cafeteria. You have already used all my original set of puzzles.
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The walls are dominated by an egg shell white. The bulletin boards are adorned with posters and borders filled with twelve years of tack holes. Open house is next week and you have the drabbest room in the wing. What do you do? Download this
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