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Each book and app are linked below. Have fun exploring the links.
Facebook Groups--from your facebook page search for groups by name
AVID Educators (private) AVID teachers et. al. share ideas, ask questions and celebrate successes...
A sampling of my YouTube Playlists & Subscriptions Linked
Art for Kids Hub
Ditch that Textbook
Google Classroom: Getting Started
Jelle's Marble Runs
Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems
Math Learning Center
Merge Cube teacher ideas
Number Rock Math Songs
Pocketful of Primary
Rick Morris TV
#napalearns @NapaLearns find out what is happening in education here in Napa County
#NVUSD @NVUSD get the latest news from the district
#TouroUniversity @TouroUniversity - explore lifelong learning opportunities
@barbnemko - Superintendent of Napa County Office of Education
@alicekeeler- edtech leader and innovator
@joncorripo- edtech leader and innovator
@rushtonhurley- edtech leader and innovator
@haldavidson- edtech leader and innovator
@ports @portsprogram @CAStateParks connect to virtual field trip ideas
#sketchnotefever @sylviaduckworth -great ideas for visual note taking
@empatico - connect w
ith a class in another part of the world!
@mrscottmarsden - connect to the twitter universe!
BrainsOn - audible resource for children
The Bedley Bros. - Two teachers who are brothers interviewing influencers in education
10 minute Teacher Podcast with Vicki Davis - current trends in education
The Ditch that Textbook Podcast with Matt Miller
The Chromebook Classroom Podcast - find out the latest info pertaining to the Chromebook
The Google Teacher Podcast with Matt Miller & Kasey Bell - final episode 2/1/2021, still worth checking out. There are lots of episodes accessible online that will help in learning google tech for the classroom.