Now that the communities you belong to feed directly into your everything stream, it is easy to see when new resources and discussions pop up. Yesterday, a wonderful parody video about the Declaration of Independence was shared in the Social Studies Community. Almost immediately, other teachers chimed in with how they had used it or will use it in their classrooms. The video got us thinking about how many good things are being shared in these communities and we wanted to spend a blog post highlighting some of our favorites. The first few are links to the resources and the rest are directly embedded into this blog post for your viewing and learning pleasure.
- The iCivics Democracy Lab – Games and Learning Resources
- An Interactive Scale of the Universe
- A Virtual Owl Pellet Disection
Here is the Video we referenced earlier:
A video of the science behind a flying car:
If You would like to explore these community resources and the people sharing them, simply head over to https://www.edmodo.com/communities
Share your own resources, start a discussion, or simply browse the treasure that is already there.