Wonderful Wednesday Weblinks

Hi everyone,

Another busy week for us all, so chin up, keep smiling and don’t let the timetable get you down.

The newest way to put flyers online and it’s free.  You can also print it out which is great.  Might be good for Garage Sales, etc.

An interesting blog post about the benefits of using new technologies and using them mindfully, so as not to suffer from the “butterfly brain” effect.  Some great links to YouTube videos too.

Do you worry about the effect of texting on our grasp of grammar?  Here’s some interesting statistics.

This is JellyCam, a free stop-motion film maker that’s free and just a bit of fun.  You can maybe use it for those family Xmas dinners that are so much fun!

This looks like a fresh new way to chart your own timelines of events.  It’s free and you can use it for your own life or other events within specific time periods.

Some interesting research findings from 2012 in the USA about the level of technology integration and positive results in schools.

Want to get ahead with your Asian languages?  Try this site to any number Asian and other languages to start learning.  Looks good.  I tried three words in the French section and already I’m fluent in them!

Read this if you are planning to visit New York some time soon.

The new NASA website link for all things astronomy related.  Wonderful stuff.

This is a great article/blog about the importance of teaching your students how to ask good questions. The comments are good too as is using “Today’s Meet” to track questions.

This is a quirky little blog exploring the secret lives of scientists.  If you have a look at the first video link listed close to the bottom of the first page, there is a short clip from a neurologist who learned to see in 3D at the age of 48. Very inspiring woman!

Here is a link to 50 awesome chemistry videos.  Our Science boffins may enjoy these.

If you think you’re tech savvy and have a great Professional Learning Network, watch this short clip and think again.

Brainy Quote for this week is:

So, keep working on those tasks!



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