BY AARON FOWLES Have you ever scrambled to find a game or activity for your students to use to practice a particular skill? Mr. Nussbaum, created by a 6th grade teacher in Virginia, is home to dozens of free games, activities, and online stories that will solve that problem in no time. When you enter […]
Moonbase Alpha puts students in the role of astronauts living on the first human base on the moon. A meteorite has debilitated the life-support system, and they’ve got 25 minutes to fix it before everyone runs out of air.
WolfQuest puts you in the role of a lonely wolf in the wild with two things on your mind: survive and start a family. Along the way you’ll learn about how a wolf perceives the world around him with “scent view” which shows trails of recent creatures and other territorial markers.
BY REBECCAH HAINES I have never been a big fan of physics. I’m more of a biology gal. However, if I did like physics, or if I were required by law to teach it (which of course, I am), I would definitely check out this website: Physics Central. I have to admit, despite my lack […]
Let me start off by saying InterroBang is both ambitious and potentially time-consuming, but it’s also a really cool idea. In a nutshell, InterroBang is a game that sends you on real-life missions of discovery and learning.
BY JASON DON FORSYTHE Any time there is a good merger of the study of history and the use of technology, it’s a surefire Instructify post. This is the case with the site Show Me from our friends on the British Isle. Show Me is a cataloging of the best (and most fun) resources from […]