Browsing Posts published in September, 2010

TodaysMeet is a simple application that will open an outlet for student feedback. It creates a temporary chat room that users may instantly join without the need to register.

Here’s a look back at some of the best post from September 2009: Instructifeature: Reach special-needs students using a Voki and Trailfire mashup Send your students on a twenty-first century scavenger hunt Kids can create movies, drawings and more with Kerpoof Make sense of copyright with this handy Classroom Copyright Chart Stop a global pandemic: […]

A project known as “One Day on Earth” seeks to document the ways in which people live and work and play on the day our calendar points to the 10th day of the 10th month of the 10th year in the millennium. Almost 450,000 students at more than 500 locations around the globe have signed up to participate

Instructify is looking for practicing teachers and media specialists to write feature-length (1,500 word) articles on technology integration.

LEARN NC, Instructify’s parent organization, will hold its Fall Interactive Conference on Thursday, October 14. Registration is now open to virtual participants.

PolarTREC will send 36 teachers to the Arctic or Antarctic to work with polar research teams. They’ll take a mittens-on approach to learning about atmospheric chemistry, biology, history and culture in the coldest places on earth.

These fall science festivals can allow you such an opportunity in your classroom in the upcoming weeks.

Breaking News English publishes fully-featured lesson plans every 1-3 days. Each plan is based on current events and includes audio support and extra activities.

What plot could be more alluring than a murder mystery? Whether you’re teaching about the Roman Empire or just want to give your students an exercise in logic, the BBC game Death in Rome will bring CSI-style detective drama into your classroom.

Here are today’s updates from the Instructify Twitter account.