I am currently involved in book inventory, with weeding taking place simultaneously. Currently in the biography section, I came across Lance Armstrong's book entitled "It's Not About the Bike", which details his battle with cancer. Thinking about Mr. Armstrong's recent fall from grace involving steroid use, (and his decision not to cooperate with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's investigation of performance-enhancing drug use in cycling) I am trying to decide whether or not to pull his book from the shelf. I found these opinions on the web:
Last week I received an email from someone who was looking to send a really large video file to another educator. I have personally used Google Drive to share really large photos and it has worked really well. But what if you have one file which is 5G? The free Google Drive account houses a max of 5G, which is usually enough for most people, but could create a problem for those with many huge files. The list below specifies the max file size you can send.
I am continuing to add subject areas to my resources. The next page will be for World Language teachers, and today's entry will assist Spanish teachers. As usual, please add any suggestions at the end of this post.
RESOURCES Casa Notes- teachers can create typical notes which are given to students or sent home to parents; templates allow for customization EspañOlé!- "THE On-line Resource for Students and Teachers of Spanish!"
Free is always good, and what better way to receive PD credits than to attend a webinar! You can sit in the comfort of your own home and communicate with teachers all over the world. NOTE: This listing has been added the the "FREE" tab at the top.