Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Upload your files from your desktop: It's easy to get started and it's free!
Access anywhere: Edit and view your docs from any computer or smart phone.
Share your work: Real-time collaboration means work gets done more quickly.
Check out what is new, as of today, at http://www.google.com/google-d-s/whatsnew.html
Sunday, May 22, 2011
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You can also find the Citation Builder resource (along with over 20 000 other resources in the OERB) by searching for it, either by typing in "Citation Builder" or by searching for it by it's ELO number, which is ELO1198120
Thursday, May 19, 2011
HOW TO ACCESS LEARN 360
1) Access the OERB (Ontario Educational Resource Bank) through the STAFF PORTAL.
2) Click on the OERB Icon and
then choose the Search Icon.
3) For this example search for "Combustion Engines"
Next Choose LEARN 360 in the Data Base to Search line.
4) A list of resources that matched your search will appear. Click on a video of your choice to view it.
Depending on how your computer is setup you may choose between Quick Time and Windows video formats
The video will appear in a browser player like the one below. Full Screen, and volume options are available.
Each video has information tabs below it containing an
overview, list of related segments, teacher resources,
provincial standards covered and citations.
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
There are basically 3 options:
* it opens most files created in Notebook software and maintains all of the features! (links, interactive objects, and even Flash objects)
Create a New Notebook file
* many of the features are not currently available, but this is likely to improve
Download the Notebook Express software
* this will allow you to use the software without an Internet connection
Take a look at: http://express.smarttech.com/
Monday, May 9, 2011
The Mission of the Math Open Reference Project is simple:
A free interactive math textbook on the web.
Using interactive tools and compelling animations, Math Open Reference provides an engaging way to learn and explore mathematics. Teachers will have new ways to teach, and the students a new way to learn that is fun and engaging.
Topics include: Plane Geometry, Coordinate Geometry, Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, Several Tools (Function explorer), Scientific calculator, and much more!
Great Extra: Step - by - step instructions for more than 30 different constructions
The Quadratic Function explorer (one of hundreds of interactive applets)
Thursday, May 5, 2011
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Please access the latest version of Summing It Up, a newsletter that serves the mathematics community of the WECDSB.
Please feel free to navigate around the rest of the site for useful resources and ideas.