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Interdisciplinary Learning

One of the best ways to engage students is to cross boundaries and shake things up.

Build a simple robot, maybe using nothing more than construction paper. Then explain what it would do and how strong it would need to be. Show on the map where the robot would be working. Write a story involving the robot.

One simple project covers art, math, physics, geography and creative writing.

Here you will find a wide variety of ideas for for interdisciplinary projects.

Resources for Interdisciplinary Learning ...

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Computers in the Classroom

Check out videos and resources showing how computers have been successfully integrated into the classroom.

It's not as hard as these guys are making it.  → 

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School Video Production

We have a whole section on how to get started and incorporate it into the classroom.

With the advent of inexpensive production tools and free video hosting like YouTube, the idea of the school film has been turned on its head.  → 

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Tools

Everything from classroom automation and making a class web site for free to creating videos and 3D printing.  → 

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Professional Development

Check out the wide variety of professional development opportunities and resources.  → 

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Teacher Support

Find an affinity group or a good laugh.  → 

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Classroom Resources

Find a lesson idea, video or activity for your classroom.  → 

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Partners

Develop partnerships and engage your students, their parents, and the community.  → 

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