Monthly Archives: March 2012

Collaborating for Conservation

The Sun Bear Rock! Project is campaign inspired by Kenny Peavy to raise awareness for endangered sun bears living in South East Asia. When I got a message from Kenny about the project, I jumped in. Teaching in Borneo, the home of … Continue reading

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Voila! Voki the Vocabulary

I have been searching for an interesting, student-friendly tool that will allow my students to audio record their weekly vocabulary words (Wild Words). At last, I think I found one. At Ms. Burton’s Blog, blog, blog, blog, blog some more, I discovered … Continue reading

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Glued to Glogster

Looking to visually spice up the wiki page for the collaborative  Sun Bear Rock! project between our school and grade 7 science classes at ISKL, I started tinkering with Glogster. Glued to the Glog is probably a better way to describe it. … Continue reading

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