Interactive Resources Interactive Web Resources for Educators The Internet is filled with resources educators and students can use to create interactive information such as puzzles, quizzes, games, treasure hunts and more - all of which can be generated online to enhance and support student learning. Come to this half-day workshop and explore these free online resources!
Interactive Web Resources for Educators
Defining goals and expectations: What do you already know? What are your expectations?
Definition of "interactive": "of or relating to a program that responds to user activity"
Exploring websites that allow the teacher to have control over the information in which they or their students will use.
For games that other users have developed, explore:
Classroom Materials Makers - rich with resources! Scroll to the bottom of the page to find resources that can generate: certificates, BINGO cards, lesson plan generator, time line generators, and more!
Teachnology - use the category "Teaching Tools" to explore all of these resources
Track Star - a starting point for online lessons and activities where you collect Web sites,
enter them into TrackStar, add annotations for your students, and you have an
interactive, online lesson called a Track
What2Learn - use Flash to create your own resources
Exploring resources created by students that produces material that is saved on the remote server. People can access it later, to interact with or view information: