Monthly Archives: May 2011


Access DropMocks and drop your photos in.  One photo is profiled while the others appear faded in the background.  A classroom presentation can be created using 5 images from FCIT, for example.  In my sample, I chose to use photos … Continue reading

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Join Florida Thinkfinity

Perhaps you’ve noticed several blog posts with related Verizon Thinkfinity resources. Please consider joining the newly formed Florida Thinkfinity. Here’s a link for directions on joining the Verizon Thinkfinity Community. Then go to Florida Thinkfinity and join the Florida group. … Continue reading

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Virtual Sticky Notes

Web based sticky notes, such as those at PrimaryWall and WallWisher, allow for quick and easy communication of ideas and collaboration.  PrimaryWall is simple and user friendly and works well in an elementary classroom.  WallWisher is a bit more like … Continue reading

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Main Street

Main Street, by Sinclair Lewis, is a tale published in 1920.  It is a book on small town life. This novel, from Lit2Go, would be a good choice to share with secondary students during American History class.  Using Lit2Go, students … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson

Annual Message to Congress December 15, 1802, is part of the collection found on Lit2Go .   Many of the stories and poems found on this site are a means for sharing the classics.  However, there are also many political type … Continue reading

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