This site is full of good information, including links to other excellent resources sites.
This year I flipped my honors class and by the end of the year, I had found eduCanon.com which allows me to embed questions into any video to assess student understanding as they watch. I use the videos I create. With Schoology and putting my whole course online, I’m very excited for the start of the new year; my students will have access to material to review or advance like never before. I hope it is helpful to my students and to the parents of my students. Most especially, I want it to aid student understanding. And I believe it will.
I saw this a few years ago, but finally tried it for the first time today. In just a few seconds, the PaintFont website will turn your handwriting into your very own font – for FREE! So cool. I have decent handwriting, but when I write a lot, the words become more cursive like and then slanted and squished so that it can be hard to read. You can definitely tell when I get tired. 🙂 Now I can type with my own handwriting and it looks as good at the end of the message as it did at the beginning. I love it!
We visited the Mo Math Museum of Mathematics when we were in NYC in December 2013. We enjoyed exploring the many different activities they had for us to try.