Monday, February 18, 2013

Instructional Websites

My favorite website list could go on forever. I have a certain routine I go through everyday when I log on the World Wide Web. I first check my work email, then school and personal email where I have them both conveniently synced to my gmail. I then check Facebook and Twitter. After that, I'll surf the web for a while, checking ESPN, NFL, Uni-watch, MSN, Yahoo, and CNN.

A lot of these may seem like a waste of time, but I am actually learning a lot. On my personal and work email, I subscribe to a lot of newsletters. I'll scroll through to see what I get and what catches my eye. Some of the newsletters I subscribe to are ASEE which is the American Society of Engineering Education and then PLTW action bulletin.

On ESPN I look for the sports science videos. They are really cool and really integrate science, technology, engineering and math into 5 minute sport clips. They feature all different sports so all the students can find something that they are interested in.

MSN, Yahoo, and CNN are awesome resources because they are always posting technology related articles that I can share with my students and connect to my curriculum.

Other websites I Look at are:

1 comment:

  1. Isn't funny how we all have are internet routines? I think these are good resources and I am interested in looking into a few to incorporate into my teaching!