A Plagiarism Infographic - Use this resource to make decisions about when you can include someone else's work with your own.
LucidCharts -. it's a diagramming tool for graphic organizers, etc. Log into your Google account with your laptop username @students.susd12.org then select
Drive > More > LucidCharts .
Download the app and it will be available anytime you Create a new document, presentation, etc. in your Google Drive. It's great for presentations, graphic organizers, posters and more. Ms Bejarano-Espino's students could really rock this and make their own graphic organizers- be sure to share them with your other teachers!
Have you tried Quizlet, a resource for simple study tools, like flashcards and quizzes? You can make your own, or use card sets made by others.
Check out Quizlet at http://quizlet.com/
Click here for a sample Quizlet on the periodic table for you to explore.
Click here for a Quizlet on alternative energy sources.
A logic puzzle for you:
A local hardware store sells stick-on letters, but the letters are not all the same price.
Suppose you go to the store to buy all the letters for the number 12 (T-W-E-L-V-E).
You know that a friend of yours bought 1 (O-N-E) and was charged $2. Another bought 2 (T-W-O) and paid $3. A third bought 11 (E-L-E-V-E-N) and paid $5.
So, how much it will cost to buy 12?
Click here to check out more logic problems from Math Counts.
Do you know about the resource Illuminations? Click here to try the activities and manipulatives.