Posts tagged free
Posts tagged free
If you love music, you might be interested in Rolling Stone’s daily download. A new song every day. Music is such a wonderful thing in my own life.
Nothing like a great song, wind in your hair, and
driving out to who knows where! ;-)
Dress like a Pirate on Talk like a pirate day and get a free box of Krispy Creme Dougnuts. ;-) Next Wednesday
Free Donuts For Pirates of the Day: Avast! At participating Krispy Kreme locations, you can receive an entire free dozen donuts on this Wednesday’s Talk Like A Pirate Day — if you dress up in full swashbuckling regalia.
So, dress like a pirate on September 19 = A DOZEN FREE DONUTS. Simple enough.
No costume? No sweat. Just talking like a pirate gets you one free donut, but donning duds really sweetens the plunder.
On this page you will find the best 166 free Windows programs for all your needs. We’ve taken the effort to categorize the apps and picked only those we believe to be the best ones and which will most likely be useful to you.
See on makeuseof.com
166 free Windows programs - really? If you want to install all of these you can never use your computer again because of the registry edits and memory leaks. If you’re a glutton for punishment go ahead.
IF you have free content for teachers with no log in required to access the resources, you should consider becoming a tes “content partner.” It is a great way to share your resources with the world of teaching. They can help you by getting feedback from the teachers and they can give you stats on how your resources are doing. It can help you drive traffic back to your site. Just be aware that quite a few US-based teacher resource providers are starting to join the TES network as they expand.
We need some alternatives to Khan Academy for many reasons. Here are some free tutorials for teachers and students on just about every kind of math imaginable.
I love this set of boards for teachers on Pinterest. You’ll find some great ones here.
More than 9,000 clips from the BBC on many topics available for free and organized. You can peruse this list of clips which are also attached to lesson plans and activities. If you’re looking for high quality video, this is a great free resources.
Brainpop is a partner with TES out of the UK (that I write about all the time) here are some resources from them linked from the website. IF you love brainpop, you’ll want to go here to access and share the free resources. The two most popular right now are a movie/ quiz/ and activity about smoking and another one on probability. They also have some bullying resources that you may want to integrate.
This tool helps you evaluate Open education tools to see how they align to Common Core state standards. By using this rubric, you can demonstrate how resources that are free can be integrated into your curriculum. There are 7 of the 8 already created. IF you want to save money while you align standards you must share this with your curriculum directors and administrators. Use this as an opportunity to increase quality AND save money (that is a win for everyone.)
Free open textbooks that are peer reviewed to be of higher calibre. Free online and low-cost in print. If you’re looking at options, this is where you should go (if you’re curriculum director or administrator.) Start here for free open textbooks.