Black History Month,
Children's Dental Health Month,
American Heart Month,
National Inventors' Day,
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This month's blog is
How to Overcome Camera Shyness for Remote Learners
Over the past couple of months, learning has taken a different turn.
Due to the global pandemic, students and teachers have now evolved
from classroom-based learning to a completely new way of learning.
Video conferencing platforms like Zoom have made it possible for
students to remotely connect with their teachers in real-time.
However, distance learning has not been going smoothly for every
student out there, as this is completely new to most of them.
Camera shyness is one of the major issues for remote learners, and
here are some tips to help you overcome it.
Guest Blogger Cathy Abbot is a former teacher and currently a
passionate freelance writer at DoMyHomework123. She loves hiking with
her friends and reading Jane Austen, but in the evening you'll most
likely find her on the couch, watching The Crown.
Things To Celebrate This Month
February brings Black History Month, Children's Dental Health Month, Valentine's Day, President's Day, and much more. You never know what wonderful resources you can find to enrich your classroom experience. Let's get started:
Black History Month
Children's Dental Health Month
American Heart Month
Groundhog Day (2/2)
National Inventors' Day (2/11)
Valentine's Day (2/14)
Presidents' Day (2/15)
Celebrate two presidents that have February birthdays- Abraham Lincoln (2/12) and George Washington (2/22). Find lesson plans, history, timelines, reading exercises, and quizzes on both Abraham Lincoln and George Washington. Celebrate Presidents' Day with these puzzles,
printable fact cards, printable biographies and prompts, coloring pages, web quests, and more.||
Internet4Classrooms now offers Online Practice Tests and Interactives, covering Kindergarten to Sixth Grade Common Core Mathematics. Look for a rapidly growing variety of thousands of practice quizzes tied to the Common Core State Standards, School Subjects, Activities, and Holidays.
New Online Practice Quizzes Made Available in AUGUSTWe have released many new online quizzes during the last months supporting the Common Core Standards.
Try them out, and then use them with your students as:
- Bell Ringers,
- In Class Assignments,
- Homework or
- Extra Credit.
Here is a list of the newest quizzes by grade.
Internet4Classrooms now offers printables, covering Kindergarten to Sixth Grade Mathematics. Look for a rapidly growing variety of thousands of practice worksheets tied to the Common Core State Standards, School Subjects, Activities, and Holidays.
New Printables Worksheets Made Available in AUGUSTWe have released thousands of new printables worksheets during the last months supporting the Common Core Standards.
Try them out, and then use them with your students as:
- Bell Ringers,
- In Class Assignments,
- Homework or
- Extra Credit.
Here is a list of the newest worksheet sets by grade:
New Worksheet Answer Keys Made Available in AUGUST
We have released thousands of new answer keys for our printables worksheets during the last months supporting the Common Core Standards.
Remember that you can sign up for answer key access here: https://i4c.xyz/n89msyv.
Here is a list of the newest answer key sets by grade:
|Every month we are going to feature a different iPad/iPod/iPhone educational application.
Visit our ever-changing app page. (www.internet4classrooms.com/links_grades_kindergarten_12/apps_web2_tools.htm)|
The App of the Month for February is Google Arts and Culture By Google LLC. ( iOS / Android ).
Are you curious about what Van Gogh's Starry Night looks like up close?
Have you ever toured the ancient Maya temples or met the inspirational
figures of Black history? Do you want to learn about Japan's unique
food culture or incredible Indian railways?
Google Arts & Culture puts the treasures, stories and knowledge of
over 2,000 cultural institutions from 80 countries at your fingertips.
From the suffragettes who fought for women's rights, to performing
arts at the Paris Opera, to NASA's archive of stunning images,
discover stories about our cultural heritage. It's your doorway to
explore the art, history, people and wonders of our world.
- Art Transfer - Take a photo and transform it with classic
- Art Selfie - Discover portraits that look like you
- Color Palette - Find art by using the colors of your photo
- Art Projector - See how artworks look in real size
- Pocket Gallery - Wander through immersive galleries and get up close
- Art Camera - Explore high-definition artworks
- 360° videos - Experience culture in 360 degrees
- Virtual reality tours - Step inside world-class museums
- Street View - Tour famous sites and landmarks
- Explore by time and color - Travel through time and see the rainbow
- Art Recogniser - Point your device camera at artworks to learn more
about them, even when offline (at select museums only)
- Exhibits - Take guided tours curated by experts
- Favorites - Save and group your favorite artworks into galleries to
share with friends or students
- Nearby - Find museums and exhibitions near you
- Notifications - Subscribe to receive weekly highlights or favorite
- Translate - Use the translate button to read about exhibits from
around the world in your language
Google Arts and Culture
- Location: used to recommend cultural sites and events based on your
- Camera: used to recognize artworks and provide related information
is available for Apple
Compatibility: Requires iOS 13.0 or later on Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch and Android version 5.0 and up on your Android device.
Focus On: Teacher Resources|
Internet4Classrooms offers a wide variety of informative online resources, tips, tools, and tutorials regarding your classroom needs. There is always something you can utilize with your students. Each month we'll feature a few links to useful topics.
Many historical events happened this month which you can cover in your classroom. Check out I4C's History page for lesson plans, videos, activities, and other resources to supplement your lessons.
Get all of your assessment assistance needs here sorted by grade and subject.
Need online interactive games and activities to reinforce the day's lessons? We have it.Kids can practice in the computer labs and at home.
School may be in full swing but teachers still need organizational help, worksheet ideas, bulletin board inspiration, and lesson plans throughout the year. Our Teacher tools page has it all.
February honors Black History Month. As we mentioned in the section above, I4C has a large page of resources dedicated to Black History month and African American History. Take our online Black History Quiz. Discover 500 Famous African American Mathematicians. Click on the many links to timelines, historical exhibits, and Black History teacher resources.
In need of project ideas for the second half of the school year? We have them: subject areas, inventors, biographies,
middle/high school level projects, and countries and continents.
Keep your students and yourself healthy this cold and flu season. Here are some great tips to share with your students and their parents.
Looking for lesson plans to bring in the new year? We have a whole page dedicated to lesson plans by grades and subjects.
Are you using our Site Map? Don't forget it's an easy and quick way to search alphabetically by topic.
We now have answer guides for our Common Core Math Printables. Request teacher access here.
Remember to visit our Teacher Tools section
. This homepage contains all the topics you may need to use during the school year.
Common Core State Standards
Check out our Common Core English Language Arts Standards. Each Grade Level is full of resources for every individual standard. Students can take control of their own learning by clicking on the page with the standard number, and choosing their own resource to practice that skill. Click on your Grade Level to find English Language Arts Standard Resources and learning tools.
Also, check out our Common Core Math Standards. It's hard to find sites that have math standards examples that follow the specific criteria, but they're here. Click on your Grade Level to find Math Standard Resources and learning tools.
| Focus On: Parent Resources|
In addition to our teachers, parents can take advantage of our online resources as well.
I4C already has Vocabulary Quizzes and Math Quizzes in our ACT/SAT Test Preparation Guide.
We're looking for new ideas for quizzes and informational resources that you'd feel are useful to you and your students. Please email us and let us know what you could use to make your teaching experience better.
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Tech Tip #1: Google Arts & Culture Turns 10
On 2/1/2011, the Google Arts & Culture team began a project and to
take the first step toward making more art and culture more
accessible. Together, with 17 cultural institutions from 11
countries, they took a leap into the unknown without quite knowing
where this journey would lead them.
Today, millions of people from across the world have come to Google
Arts & Culture to learn more about our shared history as humanity.
To this day, over 2,000 museums, archives, world heritage sites and
local communities have come together on Google Arts & Culture to
share, curate and contextualize their treasures in a way that was
unimaginable 10 years ago.
Google Arts & Culture features an expertly curated reservoir of
culture that also shows the paradigm shift in how people can access
Learn more in the article found: HERE
Tech Tip #2: Google Arts and Culture - GTP124
Google Arts & Culture features content from over 2000 leading museums
and archives that have partnered with the Google Cultural Institute.
The Google Arts & =
Culture mission is to preserve and bring the world's art and culture
online so it's accessible to anyone, anywhere. Matt Miller and Kasey
Bell go through the latest aspects of the Google Arts and Culture app
in one of their latest Google Teacher Podcasts.
Learn more by visiting: HERE
Tech Tip #3: Hidden Worlds of the National Parks by Google Arts & Culture
Follow rangers on a journey to places most people never go in stunning
360° vid. This link is an excellent example of the range of
activities available using Google Arts and Culture.
You can find out more: HERE
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